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Highest Resolution Midwave Camera

ImageIR® 10300 – Over 2.9 Mpixels With the ImageIR® 10300, users from industry and science for the first time can use a radiometric infrared camera whose cooled photon detector permits images in the format (1,920 × 1,536) IR pixels. Full HD resolution of about 3 Megapixels Pixel pitch of 10 …

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Theta-SE Ellipsometer for Semiconductors

Since the 1960s, as ellipsometry developed to provide the sensitivity necessary to measure nanometre-scale layers used in microelectronics, interest in ellipsometry has grown steadily. Today, the range of its applications has spread to the basic research in physical sciences, semiconductor and data storage solutions, flat panel display, communication, biosensor, and …

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The Lock-in Amplifier explained and reimagined

Measurement of electrical signals, voltage, and current is one of the most important methods used by researchers to characterise electronic materials. But electrical signals are often at very low levels and in the presence of noise — which can be as large as or even larger than the signal itself. …

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The technology behind the M81-SSM’s precise signal synchronisation

One of the most unique features of the new modular Lake Shore MeasureReady™ M81-SSM synchronous source measure system is its patent-pending MeasureSync™ signal synchronisation technology. This real-time sampling architecture enables simultaneous source module update and measure module sampling timing across all channels, regardless of signal types for frequencies up to 100 kHz. Because …

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INSPECTRA – Bringing fresh ideas to food quality inspection

Inndeo, a Spanish company founded in 2016, uses Specim’s hyperspectral imaging technology to improve the quality inspection processes in the food industry by increasing automation. With this new technology, they can detect contamination and defects in the production lines and characterise different food quality parameters. From opportunity to an industrial …

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Disinfection of high touch/traffic areas

SteriLumen was founded in 2016 with the goal of helping hospitals combat HAIs (healthcare associated infections) with their patented UVC-based disinfection solutions. Each year millions of people contract an infectious disease from a hospital, assisted living, long-term care facility, or other healthcare environment; and nearly 100,000 die. These infections cost …

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Case Study: iSMART Research Group and Woollam IR-Vase II

Quantum Design UK and Ireland (QDUKI), in collaboration with the Medical Technologies Innovation Facility (MTIF) and Nottingham Trent University are proud to present this case study from the iSMART (innovation in Surfaces, Materials and Related Technologies) research group, led by Dr. Nikolaos Kalfagiannis and co-workers from Université de Poitiers, Sheffield …

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J A Woollam CompleteEase Software Training Course 2021

Date: 14-16 September 2021 Venue: Rooms CTLP09,10 & 11, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Campus This course will introduce the fundamentals of data analysis at a beginner-to-intermediate level. All details will be described using the latest CompleteEASE software. Each registered participant will be invited to participate in sessions, and to view …

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21st Annual J A Woollam Spectroscopic Ellipsometer Workshop

Date: 13 September 2021 from 9.00am to 4.45pm Venue: Rooms CTLP09,10 & 11, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Campus Quantum Design UK & Ireland is celebrating 21 years of Spectroscopic Ellipsometry workshops with its partners, J A Woollam. This free of charge workshop is aimed at both experienced ellipsometry users as well as …

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Contactless and Non-Destructive Stress Analysis with Thermography

Would you like to know more about the advantages of thermography for thermo-elastic stress analysis? Join a free online event with Quantum Design UK & Ireland‘s partners at InfraTec. At a glance, the webinar, taking place on 19 May 2021 from 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm, will cover: Theoretical Background …

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