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.
- Aug/2023 02/08/2023 - 04/08/2023 | 08:00 XIV Congresso da Física Médica da Unicamp (ConFiMe)
- Sep/2023 19/09/2023 - 22/09/2023 | 08:00 108° Reunión Nacional de la Asociación Física Argentina - RAFA
- Sep/2023 25/09/2023 - 29/09/2023 | 08:00 19th NMR Users Meeting
- Oct/2023 01/10/2023 - 05/10/2023 | 00:00 XXI Brazil MRS Meeting - 2023
- Nov/2023 07/11/2023 - 10/11/2023 | 08:00 SBMM - 29 Congresso da Sociedade Brasileira de Microscopia e Microanálise e 17 CIASEM Interamerican Congress on Microscopy
- Two-beam ultrafast laser scribing of ultrafine graphene patterns The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014 was awarded for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy. Inspired by this work, scientists at Institute of Photonic Chips (IPC), University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST) have developed an innovative laser scribing pathway for the fabrication of ultrafine graphene patterns. Read More
- Non-contact microsphere ultrafast laser nanopatterning technology In recent decades, the development of nano-fabrication technology is driven by the need to increase the density of components and performance, which requires high accuracy in material processing and the capability of manufacturing in an atmospheric environment. Compared to other advanced processing methods, ultrafast laser processing has been recognized as one of the most extensively used tools for micro/nano-structuring. Read More
- Danish physicists make breakthrough quantum discovery In a new breakthrough, researchers at the University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Ruhr University Bochum, have solved a problem that has caused quantum researchers headaches for years. The researchers can now control two quantum light sources rather than one. Trivial as it may seem to those uninitiated in quantum, this colossal breakthrough allows researchers to create a phenomenon known as quantum mechanical entanglement. This in turn, opens new doors for companies and others to exploit the technology commercially. Read More