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  • We were looking for a flexible research tool capable of characterizing our energy storage materials at the nanoscale. neaSNOM proofed to be the system with the highest spatial resolution in infrared imaging and spectroscopy and brings us substantial new insights for our research.
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

    Jaroslaw Syzdek PhD
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Environmental Energy Technologies Division
    Berkeley, USA

  • The neaSNOM microscope with it’s imaging and nano-FTIR mode is the most useful research instrument in years, bringing genuinely new insights.
    University of California San Diego, La Jolla, USA

    Prof. Dmitri Basov
    University of California San Diego
    Department of Physics
    La Jolla, USA

  • As a newcomer to the near-field optics I am very grateful for the prompt and competent support provided by neaspec’s experts.
    Imperial College London, UK

    Edward Yoxall
    Imperial College London
    Department of Physics
    London, United Kingdom

  • University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

    University of Illinois
    Material Research Laboratory
    USA

  • University of Texas, Austin, USA

    University of Texas Austin
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    USA

  • The neaSNOM new imaging technique offers me the right tool to unravel the fascinating world of protein folding in complex biological systems at the nanoscale
    Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

    Prof. Shinobu Hikami
    Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
    Okinawa, Japan

  • A unique advantage of the neaSNOM microscope is that it can be applied to many fields of scientific research such as Chemistry, Semiconductor Technology, Polymer Science and even Life-Science.
    Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München, Germany

    Dr. Fritz Keilmann
    Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München
    Co-Founder and Scientific-Advisor
    Munich, Germany

  • Université Paris Sud, Paris, France

    Université Paris Sud
    Institut d'Electronique Fondamentale
    France

  • I needed a flexible experimental platform with a high degree of optical access. The highly modular design of neaSNOM provides an ideal foundation for the development of my own experiments on top of it.
    University of Bristol, UK

    Dr. Ian Lindsay
    University of Bristol
    School of Physics
    Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Brown University, Providence, USA

    Brown University
    School of Engineering
    USA

  • Technion, Israel

    Dr. Guy Bartal
    Technion
    Department of Electrical Engineering
    Haifa, Israel

  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    Prof. Qijie Wang
    Nanyang Technological University
    Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies (CDPT)
    Singapore

  • Tel Aviv University, Israel

    Prof. Haim Suchowski
    Tel Aviv University
    School of Physics and Astronomy
    Isreal

  • Tokyo Institute of Technology (TITEC), Tokyo, Japan

    Tokyo Institute of Technology
    Quantum NanoElectronics Research Center and Department of Physical Electornics
    Japan

  • Nanjing University, China

    Prof. Xuejin Zhang
    Nanjing University
    National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures
    Nanjing, China

  • As a near-field expert I was quickly convinced that neaSNOM is the only optical AFM microscope completely satisfying the needs of demanding near-field experiments. It’s the best comercially available technology and in addition really easy to use.
    RWTH Aachen, Germany

    Prof. Thomas Taubner
    RWTH Aachen
    Metamaterials & Nano-Optics
    Aachen, Germany

  • The neaSNOM microscope boosted my research in plasmonic properties of noble metal nanocrystals, optical resonances of dielectric nanostructures, and plasmon polaritons of graphene-like two dimensional nanomaterials.
    Sun Yat-sen University, China

    Prof. Huanjun Chen
    Sun Yat-sen University
    School of Physics and Engineering
    China

  • Developed by the s-SNOM experts, the neaSNOM microsocope is the ideal tool for our demanding applications. We work on characterizing opto-electronic devices like LEDs, transistors based on GaN and SiC as well as nanocomposites in e.g. textile fibers.
    Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology, Germany

    Dr. Christoph Janzen
    Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT)
    Aachen, Germany

  • After many years of research and development in near-field microscopy, we finally made our dream come true to perform infrared imaging & spectroscopy at the nanoscale. With neaSNOM we can additionally realize Raman, fluorescence and non-linear nano-spectroscopy.
    CIC nanoGUNE Research Center, San Sebastian, Spain

    Prof. Rainer Hillenbrand
    CIC nanoGUNE Research Center
    Co-Founder and Scientific Advisor
    San Sebastian, Spain

  • neaspec provides an ideal and reliable near-field optical microscope. Their expertise has proved invaluable in setting up my experiments.
    California State University Long Beach, USA

    Prof. Yohannes Abate
    California State University Long Beach
    Nano-Optics
    Long Beach, USA

  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

    Prof. Katalin Kamarás
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences
    Wigner Research Centre for Physics
    Budapest, Hungary

  • Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Germany

    Prof. Gerhard Ulm
    Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
    Metrology Light Source (MLS)
    Berlin, Germany

  • College of William & Mary, USA

    Prof. Mumtaz Qazilbash
    College of William & Mary
    Department of Physics
    Williamsburg, USA

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