The physicists’ guide to putting your scanning probe microscope into a dilution refrigerator
Sep 25, 2013
Sponsored by Janis
Join Vladimir Shvarts for a discussion of different options regarding UHV-compatible dilution refrigerators for scanning probe microscopy applications in high magnetic fields, with emphasis on the sample/tip delivery scheme, cooling power required and materials used.
Date: Wednesday 25 September 2013
Speaker: Vladimir Shvarts, senior cryogenic scientist at Janis Research
Schvarts has 34 years’ experience working in ultralow-temperature research. He is an expert in thermodynamic analysis, design and performance characterization of powerful dilution refrigerators (DR) for the temperature range 1 K – 5 mK, including pulse-tube-cooled cryogen-free DRs. Schvarts has a PhD in low-temperature physics from the Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Moderator: Hamish Johnston, editor, physicsworld.com