Optical Microscopy

Both the liquid helium flow cryostat and the closed cycle cryostat boast impressive vibration levels: <1nm and +/- 3-5 nm respectively. Low vibration levels, in combination with minimal drift during cooldown, make these the cryostats of choice for experimental setups. The continuously adjustable sample height and the ability to rotate the sample space add to the flexibility of the setup.

 
  CS-204-DMX-20-OM

CS-204-DMX-20-OM

Quantum Dots and Devices

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Ref: E. Pelucchi, Paper Link

Ion/Atom Trapping

Cryogenic Ion Traps are commonly used for conducting mass spectrometry and quantum computing experiments. On the right is a customer’s ion trap for optical characterization of quantum computers.
- Operation of the trap at <10K is key to preventing collapse of motional quantum state by thermal noise on the electrodes
- Cryogenic vacuum also allows for very low background pressure and stable Coulomb crystals to act as quantum registers, enabling operation.
- Suppressing mechanical vibrations particularly at low frequencies to the 10’s of nanometers prevents pointing errors in the addressing of the qubits.
-This level of isolation, noise, and temperature can be achieved through ARS UHV exchange gas cryostats.
Ref: J. Schmiedmayer, Paper Link
Ref: R. Blatt,
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  CS-210SF-GMX-20B

CS-210SF-GMX-20B

  Ultra-Low Vibration Cryostats

Ultra-Low Vibration Cryostats

Nano-Materials

This system will allow us to operate the single photon emitters at low temperature (Thus producing a high emission efficiency), whilst simultaneously achieving scanning capabilities. We plan to scan our devices to produce reflection maps as well as photoresponse maps when the devices are optically or electrically pumped.
Ref: (Need someone else) Luke Baker?