In recent decades, advances in growth and deposition techniques have provided the materials research community unprecedented command of an ever-growing ecosystem of device and sensor materials, functionalities, and device architectures. Often, temperature- and magnetic field-dependent characterisation provide key insight into new device and material parameters, such as transport properties, defect mechanisms, thermally-activated processes, and phase changes. Cryogenic probing platforms integrate a variable temperature/variable field sample environment with a variety of DC, microwave, and optical probes – adapting to the requirements throughout a research program from growth to device onto integrated circuits.
This presentation will introduce the Lake Shore cryogenic probing platform and discuss key applications, including wafer-level Hall effect, transistor characterisation, Raman studies, ferroelectric material and device measurements, and wafer-level microwave characterisation.
Matthias Müller – Product Manager Cryogenics & Materials Science at Quantum Design Europe
Dr. David Daughton, PhD – Application Scientist at Lake Shore Cryotronics
About Lake Shore Cryotronics
Supporting advanced scientific research, Lake Shore is a leading global innovator in measurement and control solutions. In electronics, clean energy, nanotechnology, and many other applications, Lake Shore provides the products and systems needed for precise measurements over a broad range of temperature and magnetic field conditions. Serving the needs of the research community since 1968 Lake Shore has grown its product solutions to keep pace with evolving interests in scientific exploration, from the physics lab to deep space.
This webinar is part of a series being run by Quantum Design Italy