Liquid helium is the lifeline of tens of thousands of scientists and engineers across the global discovery and innovation landscape, including universities, industries, and national laboratories. [...]
When using a cryogenic probe station, wafer mounting methodologies are a key element of wafer-level characterization. The mounting materials and approach will influence device temperature, sample [...]
If you’re interested in using a vibrating sample magnetometer to measure the vector components of magnetization and torque curves for magnetically anisotropic materials, then be sure to read our [...]
Interested in knowing more about how to correctly install a sensor in a cryogenic application and to avoid common installation errors? Then be sure to join us for our June 18 webinar, "Cryogenic [...]
If you’re interested in learning more about Hall effect measurements, be sure to download our new Hall Effect Measurement Handbook: A Fundamental Tool for Semiconductor Material Characterization.
There are some new exciting things happening over on our Instagram! We are thrilled to share more about our company and the people behind it whose innovation, passion, and determination are what [...]
NASA recently released a map of the American companies involved in the James Webb Space Telescope. Lake Shore excited to be one of them, supplying cryogenic temperature sensors to the project.
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 [...]
A paper published this month on the ASC Photonics website (subscription required) highlights work of University of Minnesota and University of Glasgow, with the assistance of our own Dr. Cosmin [...]
There's a new addition to the Lake Shore Academy: "How Does it Work?" video education series. This introduction [...]