BaselCryogenics started in 2014 as a qstarter project from NCCR QSIT, a platform created by ETH Zürich to bring lab inventions into the world. Today, BaselCryogenics operates within the quantum coherence lab, located at the University of Basel. As such we profit from all the experience and expertize collected there in the last decade in cooling nanoscale devices down to the milikelvin regime. A brief list publications, shown below, underlines our expertize at cooling nanostructures.
Cooling nanostructures to 10mK and below
Low temperature experiments at University of Basel using standard MFTs
- 7.5mK electron temperature in Metallic CBTs, C.P. Scheller et al., APL 104, 211106 (2014)
- 7mK electron temperature in NIS tunnel junctions, A. V. Feshchenko et al., PRA 4, 034001 (2015)
- 10mK electron temperature in a GaAs quantum dot, D. Maradan et al., JLTP 175, 784 (2014)
- 4mK electron temperature NIS subgap states, (not published)
- 2.7mK electron temperature Metallic CBTs (not published)