The requirement for extreme-high vacuum (XHV) systems is increasingly common in advanced research and manufacturing.
Researchers at the University of Washington are working towards a sustainable and controlled fusion reaction with funding from the DOE to improve on their HIT-SI3 prototype.
In 2009, Markus Greiner demonstrated a quantum gas microscope, where each site of the optical lattice can be resolved. For the first time, researchers could directly image the physical patterns that emerge in the atom arrangement as they interact within the lattice.
Anderson Dahlen partners to develop an oversized vacuum chamber for researching the fabrication, design and properties of ultrathin films and nanostructures.
AVT produced the chamber and components used to construct an Ion Transfer Stage, in which ions passing through the chamber are focused by the optical components and then deposited.
AVT qualified a process to simplify design and reduce costs for long chamber by seam-welding 2 halves.
John Kestell was upgrading a spectroscopy instrument for his lab at BNL. He required a custom window mount that provided a 7 degree "tilt".