Quantum Design has been active in Latin American since 1998. In 2010 the Latin America office was opened in Brazil to meet the needs of the sizable and growing research base using Quantum Design Equipment.
The office is fully operational where new features are continually being added to facilitate activities for researchers.
We are fortunate to be able to represent a very good line of other scientific instrumentation companies to service Latin America.
- Jul/2022 04/07/2022 - 08/07/2022 | 08:00 XV EFITA - Encontro de Física do ITA
- Aug/2022 08/08/2022 - 12/08/2022 | 00:00 XLIII Congresso Brasileiro de Aplicações de Vácuo na Indústria e na Ciência (CBrAVIC)
- Aug/2022 14/08/2022 - 19/08/2022 | 00:00 XXX International Materials Research Congress (IMRC2022)
- Aug/2022 22/08/2022 - 24/08/2022 | 08:00 XIII Congresso de Física Médica da Unicamp
- Sep/2022 25/09/2022 - 29/09/2022 | 00:00 XX Brazilian MRS Meeting
- Quantum sensor can detect electromagnetic signals of any frequency Quantum sensors, which detect the most minute variations in magnetic or electrical fields, have enabled precision measurements in materials science and fundamental physics. But these sensors have only been capable of detecting a few specific frequencies of these fields, limiting their usefulness. Now, researchers at MIT have developed a method to enable such sensors to detect any arbitrary frequency, with no loss of their ability to measure nanometer-scale features. Read More
- Magnetic superstructures as a promising material for 6G technology When will 6G be a reality? The race to realize sixth generation (6G) wireless communication systems requires the development of suitable magnetic materials. Scientists from Osaka Metropolitan University and their colleagues have detected an unprecedented collective resonance at high frequencies in a magnetic superstructure called a chiral spin soliton lattice (CSL), revealing CSL-hosting chiral helimagnets as a promising material for 6G technology. The study was published in Physical Review Letters. Read More
- International team visualizes properties of plant cell walls at nanoscale To optimize biomaterials for reliable, cost-effective paper production, building construction, and biofuel development, researchers often study the structure of plant cells using techniques such as freezing plant samples or placing them in a vacuum. These methods provide valuable data but often cause permanent damage to the samples. Read More