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.
- Mar/2024 08/03/2024 - 22/03/2024 | 08:00 Ciência por elas, pra elas
- May/2024 06/05/2024 - 10/05/2024 | 08:00 INTERMAG - International Magnetics Conference 2024
- Jun/2024 03/06/2024 - 07/06/2024 | 08:00 18th Brazilian Workshop in Magnetic Resonance/16th MR FOOD - AUREMN 2024
- Sep/2024 30/09/2024 - 03/10/2024 | 08:00 XXII Brazil MRS Meeting - 2024
- Diamond quantum memory with Germanium vacancy exceeds coherence time of 20 ms The color centers of diamond are the focus of an increasing number of research studies, due to their potential for developing quantum technologies. Some works have particularly explored the use of negatively-charged group-IV diamond defects, which exhibit an efficient spin-photon interface, as the nodes of quantum networks. Read More
- CERN researchers measure speed of sound in the quark–gluon plasma more precisely than ever before Neutron stars in the universe, ultracold atomic gases in the laboratory, and the quark–gluon plasma created in collisions of atomic nuclei at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC): they may seem totally unrelated but, surprisingly enough, they have something in common. They are all a fluid-like state of matter made up of strongly interacting particles. Insights into the properties and behavior of any of these almost-perfect liquids may be key to understanding nature across scales that are orders of magnitude apart. Read More
- A novel technique for creating superhydrophobic surfaces Superhydrophobic surfaces, characterized by their ability to repel water with a contact angle above 150° and a sliding angle below 10°, offer a range of applications from self-cleaning and anti-corrosion to oil/water separation and droplet manipulation. Traditionally, creating such surfaces has been challenging, requiring complex, time-consuming, or material-specific methods. Read More
- Scienta Omicron MBE Systems
- PPMS® DynaCool™
- SuperTran-VP Continuous Flow Cryostat Systems - Sample in Vapor
- Pressure Cell II
- MicroWriter ML3 Baby
- VNF-100 Cryostat System - Sample in Flowing Vapor
- OptiCool - 7 Tesla Optical Cryostat
- ST-100 Optical Cryostat
- Scienta Omicron HiPP-Lab