Howzat! the fifth Qnami ProteusQ I N S T A L L E D and the first in the UK!
Being a center of excellence in the field of materials science at the nanoscale, the CNM is at the forefront of Physics research not only in the United Kingdom, but worldwide.
The research carried out in Kumar’s lab focuses on functional materials such as ferroics. The latters have attracted a lot of attention lately due to their strong potential for applications in memory, energy harvesting/storage, spintronics, and other multifunctional devices.
Qnami ProteusQ will enable the team to unveil magnetic properties of ferroelectric materials to push the frontiers of novel devices. Thanks to its extremely high spatial resolution and magnetic sensitivity, ProteusQ will unlock the possibility to characterize the domain walls in ferroic materials that often have unique functional properties.
Marcelo Gonzalez (Quantum Engineer at Qnami), had a blast during the installation of the system. He reported: “I was very excited about this installation at Queen’s University Belfast, the first Scanning NV Microscope in the United Kingdom! It was amazing to listen to new ideas of how and where our technology could be used.”
Qnami ProteusQ is a complete quantum microscope system. It is the first scanning NV (nitrogen-vacancy) microscope for the analysis of magnetic materials at the atomic scale. The Qnami ProteusQ system comes with state-of-the-art electronics and software. Its flexible design allows for future adjustments and scaling, expansion and capability upgrades. The proprietary Qnami ProteusQ quantum technology provides high precision images for you to see directly the most subtle properties of your samples and the effect of microscopic changes in your design or fabrication process.
Are you interested in the Qnami ProteusQ microscope for your own lab? Do you have questions about applications for your own research? Contact our Technical Sales Manager, Joerg Lenz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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