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Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Some of the most advanced R&D is taking place today in university electrical engineering departments where researchers are focused on developing faster, more efficient electronic devices. Others are pursuing advancements in spintronics, optics, microelectromechanics, and nanotechnology, as well as research into alternative energy and storage technologies.

For this type of work, Lake Shore systems and instruments help maximize measurement performance while minimizing uncertainty of results. Our products can help you:

  • Analyze physical properties in semiconductors and other electronic materials
  • Observe performance changes from room temperature to cryogenic levels
  • Perform non-destructive testing of wafer-scale materials in a controlled environment
  • Resolve individual carrier mobilities and densities in multi-layer materials
  • Isolate defects in early-stage devices, including high-speed chip designs
  • Characterize electron mobility for accurate device construction
  • Make highly accurate resistance measurements
Electrical Engineering