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Scanning tunneling spectroscopy

Published on 13 December 2018

Our institute has pioneered the development of near field microscopy at very low temperature. We developed a scanning tunneling microscope operating at 50 mK which has contributed important discoveries in the field of disorder-driven superconductor-insulator transition. Today it is also a key instrument for the study of 2D materials.

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy.

View of the inverted dilution fridge for STM measurements.