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Customer Interviews

We are always thrilled to talk with our customers about their research and the role our instruments play in their projects. This page gathers all interviews featured in our quarterly newsletters.

Dr. David Albertini

David Albertini

« What is clear is that for modes such as dual-frequency resonance tracking PFM, the HF2LI is precise, is characterized by very low noise and gives maximum performance. »

David Albertini - Research engineer at the Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon (INL) and the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) Lyon.

Dr. Heng Shen

Heng Shen

« The HF2LI outperformed the other instrument in terms of crosstalk suppression from high-order harmonics. »

Heng Shen - Principal investigator in the State Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics and Quantum Optics Devices at Shanxi University. He works on quantum simulation and computing with trapped ions and cold atoms.

Dr. Natalia Ares

Natalia Ares Group

« We used our UHFLIs to detect coherent nanomechanical oscillations driven by single-electron tunneling in a suspended carbon nanotube. »

Natalia Ares (standing in the center) - Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Materials Department at the University of Oxford. She leads a group researching quantum behaviour in nanoscale devices.

Dr. George Nelson

George Nelson

« The MFIA replaces three of the components found in a traditional DLTS system. »

George Nelson - Postdoctoral fellow at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). His work focuses on III-V solar cells for the satellite industry.

Prof. Christoph Stampfer

Prof. Christoph Stampfer, RWTH Aachen

« Recently, my group acquired an AWG from Zurich Instruments to help us understand the physics of potential spin and valley qubits in bilayer graphene. »

Christoph Stampfer - Head of the quantum device and 2D materials group at RWTH Aachen University. His research focusses on graphene and related 2D materials as well as on quantum transport and applications to quantum technologies.

Prof. Jérôme Faist

Prof. Jérôme Faist

« With the current and voltage inputs, the MFLI is ideally suited to transport measurements. »

Jérôme Faist - Head of the Quantum Electronics Institute at ETH Zurich. Jérôme played a central role in the invention of the quantum cascade laser.

Ying He

Ying He

« The MFLI is far more than a lock-in amplifier – the test and measurement tools that come with it are game changers. »

Ying He - PhD student at the National Key Laboratory on Tunable Laser Technology of the Harbin Institute of Technology in China. He researches novel trace gas detection techniques.

Prof. Behraad Bahreyni

Behraad Bahreini

« I like high-performance instrumentation that provides the flexibility to go beyond the original application. »

Behraad Bahreyni - Head of the Intelligent Sensing Laboratory at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada.

Dr. Qi Chen

Qi Chen

« The LabOne graphical user interface of the HF2LI makes it easier for my students to understand the whole process of signal processing. »

Qi Chen - Works at the Suzhou Institute of Nanotechnology and Nano-Bionics (SINANO) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on scanning probe microscopy for energy nanodevices.

Prof. Marcos Dantus

Marcos Dantus

« I saw that the UHFLI operated at 600 MHz and my first response was “That’s pretty amazing!” »

Marcos Dantus - Leads the Femtosecond Dynamics and Coherent Laser Control group at Michigan State University, USA, where he has carried out ultrafast science research since 1993.

Dr. Philip Moll

Philip Moll

« The MFLI is our workhorse lock-in amplifier, used daily for high precision, low-noise measurements of small signals. »

Philip Moll - Leads the Physics of Microstructured Quantum Matter (MPRG) group at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany.

Dr. Martin Rohmer

Martin Rohmer

« The work with Zurich Instruments was highly productive and a great experience for us, both on the technical and business side. »

Martin Rohmer - Leader of the SPM business section at Scienta Omicron.

Dr. Craig Prater and Dean Dawson

Craig Prater and Dean Dawson

« We love the Zurich Instruments software interface. Zurich Instruments has been superb in providing integration support and training when we needed help. »

Dr. Craig Prater and Dean Dawson - CTO & Co-founder of Anasys Instruments and VP Marketing & Business Development at Anasys Instruments.

Prof. Gaojian Wu

Gaojian Wu

« Not only can we enjoy the most advanced precision instrumentation, but also we do not need to spend too much time on learning how to use the equipment. We can then put more energy into the research and data analysis. »

Gaojian Wu - Works in the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Nanjing University of Technology, China. His main research area is condensed matter physics.

Dr. Malcolm R. Connolly

Malcolm R. Connolly

« The UHFLI fits in nicely as the 600 MHz input bandwidth is compatible with our typical RF tank circuits and the demodulator bandwidth of 5 MHz allows us to monitor fast processes. »

Malcolm R. Connolly - EPSRC Early Career Research Fellow in the Semiconductor Physics Group at the University of Cambridge, UK. Malcolm studies the quantum behavior of 2D materials such as graphene and topological insulators at low temperatures.

Ehsan Nasr Esfahani

Ehsan Nasr Esfahani

« In addition to the user-friendly LabOne interface, the support from Zurich Instruments made a valuable contribution to shortening the learning time and solving the challenges we were facing. »

Ehsan Nasr Esfahani - Splits his time between the Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington in Seattle, USA and the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.

Prof. Gary Steele

Gary Steele

« With the HF2LI you can do all the filtering and mixing in the digital domain. That made the difference between spending half a year getting the analog setup to work and just plugging in the HF2LI and start measuring. »

Gary Steele - Heads the Quantum Circuits and Mechanics research group at TU Delft.

Dr. Dalziel J. Wilson

Dalziel J. Wilson

« The frequency flexibility of the UHFLI comes in handy for a variety of bread-and-butter tasks. »

Dalziel J. Wilson - Works in the Kippenberg group at EPFL, Switzerland. His research deals with the measurement and control of mechanical objects with light.
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