Angle-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy (ARPES) has emerged as the most powerful technique to understand the electronic structure of materials and what can influence their physics and chemistry. The ARPES Lab is designed to maximize the advantages gained from the revolutionary DA30-L hemispherical high-resolution analyser with its patented in-lens deflector.More Information
LT STM Lab
Since its introduction in 1996, Scienta Omicron´s Low Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (LT STM) has set the standard for stability, performance and productivity for 4LHe bath cryostat STMs. It is a high quality all-rounder SPM delivering broad scientific output and regularly ground-breaking results employing usually more than one technique.More Information
The Lab10 MBE is a small sample deposition tool for explorative material research under UHV conditions. It is a flexible system platform suitable for a large range of MBE applications such as the growth of 2D materials, intermetallic compounds, oxide heterostructures or organic layers.More Information
Services & Support
Scienta Omicron has more than 25 people in its global service organisation, already the largest in the market, which in total has more than 400 years of experience in Nanoscience. Our global reach ensures we are close to our customers, providing rapid response via phone, email or on-site, while providing support in our customer’s native language.More Inforamation
Materials Innovation Platform
Materials Innovation Platforms (MIPs) integrate instrumentation for growth with sophisticated in-situ characterisation tools. Scienta Omicron’s broad portfolio enables us to act as a single source supplier and a reliable partner for the design, production and in-field support, ensuring a smooth delivery process and a high system uptime.More Information
Scienta Omicron Technology
Scienta Omicron SPM and the Sigma Surface Science SPM and XPS businesses are merging into one new business unit under the roof of Scienta Omicron.
Result of the Month, Jan. 2020
Kimura K. et al report a single-molecule investigation of electroluminescence using a scanning tunnelling microscope and demonstrate a simple method of selective formation of T1 excitons that utilizes a charged molecule. All experiments were conducted using a LT STM operating at 4.7 K under ultrahigh vacuum.
Scienta Omicron Newsflyer Fall 2019
This edition of the News provides an update on Scienta Omicron´s Global Service Meeting (GSM) held in September 2019, bringing more than 25 service personnel from around the globe. Furthermore, it includes information on the installation of a new NanoESCA for momentum microscopy and imaging XPS at MPI Stuttgart, and a HAXPES Lab at Meiji University, Tokyo, by Prof. A. Ogura to perform HAXPES measurements directly in their laboratory; specific analysis of quantum jamming transition using Scienta Omicron LT Nanoprobe; a glimpse on ARPES manipulators and 1 BAR XPS; a step-by-step analysis through sub-molecular imaging using the LT STM; ARPES Lab results on disordered TMDCs; and a quick glance on Gas Reaction Cell GRC 1300.
Ethernet Upgrade Package
We bundled all the necessary hard- and software components to bring your analyser up to date, as well as making sure you‘ll be PEAK compatible for the upcoming software launch.
47th Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces
From January 19th, 2020 - Until January 23rd, 2020
The annual PCSI conference is devoted to achieve a fundamental understanding of the physical, chemical, biological, structural, optical, magnetic and electrical properties of surfaces and interfaces. These studies include novel growth processes and interfacial phenomena, new characterization tools, transport, and functionality of the structures for future devices. Generous amounts of discussion time will be included in the program in order to emphasize the workshop character and to stimulate the exchange of new ideas.
From January 21st, 2020 - Until January 22nd, 2020
Physics@Veldhoven takes place each year in January. It is a large congress that provides a topical overview of physics in the Netherlands. Traditionally, young researchers are given the chance to present themselves and their work alongside renowned names from the Dutch and international physics community. The programme covers Light and matter, Atomic, molecular and optical physics, Nanoscience and nanotechnology, Statistical physics and Soft condensed matter, Surfaces and interfaces, Physics of fluids, Subatomic physics, Plasma and fusion physics, and Strongly correlated systems.
SAOG represents the Surface Science and Thin Films Community of Switzerland (January 30th, 2020)
The main activity of the SAOG group is organising the annual SAOG Meeting - a one day symposium covering newest developments in the field of surface, interface and nanoscale sciences.
APS March Meeting 2020
From March 2nd, 2020 - Until March 6th, 2020
From March 2 to 6, Denver will transform into the hub of physics as more than 10,000 attendees arrive for the 2020 APS March Meeting. In addition to the scientific program, the APS March Meeting offers fun social events, networking, career development opportunities, activities for students, informational booths, an exhibit hall, pre-meeting events, alumni receptions, journal events, and more.
Scienta Omicron is a leading innovator in surface science and nanotechnology. At our technology centers in Uppsala, Sweden and Taunusstein, Germany we develop and produce high tech instruments sold and serviced from our four regional hubs in USA, China, Japan and Germany to support top researchers globally.