Result of the Month (ROM)

June 2019

In this work, Kolmer et al. directly observe quasi-1D electronic transport channels provided by the unoccupied surface states running along the dimer rows on the Ge(001) surface. The experiments are made using a two-probe scanning tunneling spectroscopy approach allowed by an atomically precise STM probe positioning protocol with relative probe-to-probe separation distances down to 30 nm.

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Spring 2019 Newsflyer

Out now!

This issue features Materials Innovation Platform (MIP); HAXPES Lab – now available for lab use; the new DA20 ARPES Analyzer; breakthrough for spin-filtered momentum microscopy based on experiments by Dr. Christian Tusche using the NanoESCA end-station synchrotron Elettra, Italy; HREELS for the ARPES-Lab; TESLA JT SPM – a versatile 1K SPM; Autonomous Atomic Scale Manufacturing through Machine Learning; XPS-Lab; LT STM; and QSpeed AFMTM. 

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Materials Innovation Platform (MIP)

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Materials Innovation Platforms (MIP) integrate instrumentation for growth and detailed characterization of samples in-situ. The sample quality is preserved by maintaining UHV conditions, the analysis and growth can be done at intermediate process steps and performed far more rapidly compared to separated instrumentation.

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NanoESCA

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  • Live View energy-filtered real & momentum space imaging
  • Precise sample spot definition for small area ARPES
  • One-shot 180° ARPES overview without sample movement
  • LHe cooled microscope sample stage and dedicated light-sources
  • Excellent 2D imaging energy- resolution (< 25 meV)

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