1. Zernike NanoLab Groningen
Zernike NanoLab Groningen is part of Zernike Institute of Advanced Materials and has the state-of the art facilities for nanofabrication, deposition, lithography, microscopy, scanning probes and variable temperature and magnetic field transport labs.
2. Ballistic Electron Magnetic Microscopy
State-of-the-art advanced scanning probe technique (RHK) to study spin transport on the nanometer scale across spintronic device interfaces (variable temperature and in situ magnetic field).
3. Pulsed Laser Deposition
TSST-UHV deposition system (248 nm KrF laser) for growth of oxide thin films with attached high pressure RHEED for in situ growth analysis.
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