Scienta Omicron is the leading innovator in Surface Science. The company provides top capabilities for the research community through its technology leadership in electron spectroscopy, scanning probe microscopy and thin film deposition. These capabilities are available in custom tailored solutions from one source with worldwide sales and service groups.
Scienta Omicron provides high service levels. Our aim is to be a partner for customer success in research and analysis. Our knowledge and experience are vast. We offer support for more than 30 different experimental techniques, and for each one you will find a number of specialists who can support project planning, assessment of technique suitability, system design, equipment training, applications support and system upgrades.
Scienta Omicron offers a wide range of standard modular solutions and continuous access to new technologies through significant investments in R&D. Along with our standard offerings; Scienta Omicron also maintains the unique flexibility, expertise and infrastructure to develop completely new concepts to meet any customer's possible special requirement.
Scienta Omicron is committed to an exciting and successful future in the field of world-leading surface science. There is an ongoing effort in place to improving operations and realizing synergies.
The main operations are based in Uppsala, Sweden and Taunusstein, Germany, with sales and service representation in all major markets around the globe.
Scienta Omicron was formed by the merger of two of the most renowned companies in the field of Surface Science: VG Scienta and Omicron NanoTechnology.
VG Scienta has a long tradition of building high performance electron spectrometers. The company's history in electron spectroscopy is based on a close affiliation with the Nobel prize-winning achievements at Uppsala University, and dates back to the early 1980s and the first available systems on the market.
Omicron NanoTechnology has been the world's leading supplier of analytical instrumentation solutions in nanotechnology research and development for decades. We have created innovative instrumentation with state-of-the-art performance and combined analytical tools into sophisticated multi-technique analytical systems. This is the foundation of the "multi-technique" philosophy.