FastHall Station aids wide-bandgap semiconductor research at Georgia Tech

A new paper detailing the work of Georgia Tech researchers developing wide-bandgap semiconductor devices references the use of our new FastHall™ measurement technology for validating conductivity [...]

8425 system used for anomalous Hall effect study of graphene/magnetic nanoparticle device

This recent paper published in ACS Nano Letters (subscription required) leveraged the automation and flexibility of our Model 8425 Hall system with vertical-field, cryogenic probe station in order to [...]

Cryogenic sensors for monitoring in superconducting RF cavities of linacs

Cryogenic sensors are used worldwide in a number of particle accelerators, including the world’s most powerful one, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, where sensors are used to monitor the [...]

Evaluation kits available for Model 240 input modules

With the release of the 240 Series input modules, we are receiving lots of requests for modules to test in user facilities. To make the process of evaluation easy, Lake Shore recently introduced a [...]

New article and app note on sensor wire length of 240 Series modules

In large-scale high-energy physics applications, cryogenic monitoring electronics have traditionally been placed close to the temperature sensors, mainly because of the very small signals used to [...]

How gaussmeters are being used in biomedical research

Gaussmeters are frequently used in manufacturing QC and test applications. Another area where we are seeing an increasing amount of use is in the medical field. These instruments are being used not [...]

Virginia Tech team unveils Hyperloop pod design

We blogged earlier about us partnering with and supplying a gaussmeter and Hall probe to Virginia Tech students competing in the Hyperloop pod design competition. As a follow-up, last week, the [...]

New video presentation on using cryogenic probe stations for device R&D

To learn more about temperature-dependent characterization for device research, particularly as it relates to the use of our cryogenic probe stations with the Keysight Technologies B1500A [...]

Cryogenic monitoring in Fermilab’s Muon g-2 application

We recently linked to this article in our social media: a look at how scientists at work on the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab have been “shimming” a large magnetic ring to create “a magnetic field [...]

Advancing a HyperLoop pod design at Virginia Tech

Even if you have never heard of the HyperLoop pod competition, you are likely familiar with SpaceX, the company who launched the competition last year. They’re hoping this open-sourced initiative, [...]

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