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For further explanation of technical terms, please refer to the attoMOTION glossary section

 
 
 
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S. Kolkowitz


Our experience working with attocube has been excellent.

In our experiment it is crucial to combine high spatial resolution with a large scanning range. The combination scanner/stepper attocube system allows us to position smoothly and precisely within a very large scan volume, and works great. We are also very thankful for how responsive, informative, and helpful the costumer support team has been.


(Center for Ultracold Atoms, University of Harvard)

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Dr. T. Salditt


Due to very limited space in our setup, the compact nanopositioning solutions of attocube were ideally suited for our X-ray experiments; highest positioning resolution and stability were essential for a precise alignment of our wave-guide with respect to the sample. A special thanks goes to the fast, elaborate and highly knowledgeable customer support attocube provides.
 


(Institute for X-Ray Physics at the University of Göttingen)

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Prof. M. Aspelmeyer


We highly recommend attocube for their excellent nano-positioning system and for their comprehensive and very forthcoming customer service.





(Quantum Optics, Quantum Nanophysics and Quantum Information, University of Vienna)

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Dr. B. Alén Milán


Thanks to the cryogen free operation and superb mechanical and thermal stability, unattended data acquisition overnight had never been so easy. This is very desirable when we perform photon anti-bunching experiments on a single quantum dot. Without any special effort, we have observed that the dot luminescence intensity remains constant within 14 percent over ten hours.


(Molecular Beam Epitaxy group, Instituto de Microelectrónica de Madrid)

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Dr. H. Ohldag

 

We use attocube linear stages with optical and resistive encoders for positioning of samples relative to high resolution x-ray optics in a Scanning Transmission X-Ray Microscope (STXM). The microscope operates in ultra high vacuum, in magnetic fields and at variable temperature. attocube stages provide the unique capability of high precision long term stability positioning under such conditions, which is crucial for the successful operation of a STXM microscope that serves a broad community of researchers. In addition, we appreciate the excellent customer service and friendly personnel at attocube, always willing to find the solution allowing the client to successfully address a challenge.


(Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)