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ResearchZernike (ZIAM)FYSNDBanerjee Group

Research Facilities

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.

Zernike NanoLab Groningen (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
Zernike NanoLab Groningen (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
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).

Ballistic Electron Magnetic Microscopy (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
Ballistic Electron Magnetic Microscopy (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
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.

Pulsed Laser Deposition (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
Pulsed Laser Deposition (Picture courtesy: Sylvia Germes)
Last modified:15 April 2019 2.34 p.m.