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University of Hamburg, Germany. Scanning Probe Methods group of Prof. Wiesendanger uses the Nanonis OC4-Station for nc-AFM measurements in combination with LT home-built microscopes and diverse controllers.

National Physical Laboratory, London, UK. At NPL the Nanonis OC4-Station is used for nc-AFM and Kelvin probe measurements in combination with RHK microscope and controller.

McGill University, Canada. The group of Prof. Peter Grütter uses the OC4-Station to control tuning fork oscillations with a home-built microscope at ultra-low temperature.

CEA, Saclay Paris, France. Oscillations of ultrasoft cantilevers for MRFM experiments under large magnetic fields and at sub-Kelvin temperatures are controlled by the Nanonis OC4-Station in the group of  Prof. Olivier Klein.

University of Pennsylvania, US. The group of Prof. D.A. Bonnell uses the OC4-Station in combination with a VT-AFM and Scala controller for combined nc-AFM and frequency modulation Kelvin probe measurements.

TAU University, Tel Aviv, Israel. The OC4-Station is used for nanoscale electrical characterization of semiconductors and semiconductor devices in the group of Prof. Y. Rosenwaks. nc-AFM and Kelvin probe measurements with an Omicron microscope are employed.

Jagiellonian University, Poland. The group of Prof. Marek Szymonski the employs  the OC4-Station for phase-locked loop measurements in combination with Omicron and Park microscopes.

Kanazawa Universiry, Japan. Frequency modulation atomic force microscopy (FM-AFM) revealing true atomic resolution imaging  in liquids by means of Nanonis OC4-Station and Asylum microscope.

University of Madrid, Spain. Studies of the variation of the AC drive amplitude and frequency of the interface related magnetic losses layer near the coercive field of permalloy are performed in the group of Prof. N. Agrait.The combination OC4-Station and LT home-built AFM is in use.

University of Warwick, UK. Dual OC4 setup is used in combination with Veeco Enviroscope and Nanoscope controller for multifrequency tracking by Dr. Neil Wilson.

Néel Institute, Grenoble, France. Dr. V. Bouchiat uses the OC4-Station for nc-AFM/MFM measurements in combination with Veeco Enviroscope and Nanoscope controller.

Osaka University, Japan. Phase-locked-loop measurements are preformed together with Agilent microscope and Nanonis OC4-Station in the group of Prof. K. Fukui .

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy. Electrostatic force and potentiometry of realistic nanostructured systems studies by means of Nanonis OC4-Station and LT Attocube microscope in the group of Dr. P. Pingue.

MLU, Halle, Germany. Phase-locked loop measurements are insured by Nanonis oscillator controller in combination with VT-Omicron microscope in the group of Prof. W. Widdra.

University of Duisburg, Germany. Friction and damping on the atomic scale studies by means of OC4-Station and RT STM/AFM Omicron microscope in the group of Prof. W. Möller.

University of Münster, Germany. Electrostatic, magnetic, chemical surface properties by means of dynamic AFM in the group of Prof. H. Fuchs. The oscillations of the VT-Omicron cantilevers are controller by the Nanonis OC4-Station.

NIST, Boulder, US. The group of Prof. J. Moreland focuses on new technologies for fabricating, controlling, and measuring nanometer-scale magnetic structures. Dynamic SPM techniques with a home-built microscope and Nanonis OC4-Station are employed.

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. Fabrication of nanostructures at surfaces and the characterization of their physical and chemical properties by means of dynamic SPM (Omicron microscope) in the group of Prof. P. Zeppenfeld.

Université de Bordeaux, France. Hydrodynamic of biological systems and membrane by means of SPM is one of the research topics in the group of is Prof. J.P. Aimé. The Nanonis OC4-Station is used for the characterization of such oscillatory systems.

Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, UK. Nanoscale optoeletronic properties of materials are subject of research in the group of Prof. Friend Richard. Kelvin probe with an Omicron microscope and the Nanonis OC4-Station is just one of the involved techniques.


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