Qinu’s milli-Kelvin cryostat arrived

February 2, 2024

[Picture: Qinu GmbH]

We are excited to unveil our new setup, with the Qinu Cryostat LPO as its centerpiece. This advanced cryostat allows us to explore the study of samples at millikelvin temperatures while offering excellent optical accessibility, thanks to its seamless integration with our optical table. Its design also ensures low vibration levels, crucial for achieving high precision in our sensitive experiments. The capabilities of this cryostat are key in advancing our research into the tin-vacancy center in diamond at ultra-low temperatures, bringing us closer to its application as a node in quantum networks. We eagerly look forward to the pioneering quantum experiments this system will enable, not only with the tin-vacancy center but also with other color centers, expanding the limits of what is currently possible in the field.

If you are eager to contribute hands-on to the realization of quantum technologies, we are always on the lookout for motivated individuals, including bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. students, as well as postdocs.

Qinu’s milli-Kelvin cryostat

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