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Image of the Month
Posted Date: July 1, 2012
institution

Microscope:
RHK Technology, ATM 300

Controls:
RHK SPM 1000

Contributors:
C. Meier, M. Roos, D. Künzel, A. Breitruck, H. Hoster , A. Gross, R. J. Behm, U. Ziener – University of Ulm, Germany

K. Landfester –  Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany

Reference:
J. Phys. Chem. C 2010, 114, 1268-1277

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Image of the Month
Posted Date: June 1, 2012
institution

Abstract:
See Abstract

Microscope:
RHK Technology, UHV 300

Controls:
UHV SPM 100

Contributors:
Miki Nakayama, Natalie A. Kautz, Tuo Wang, and S. J. Sibener

Reference:
dx.doi.org/10.1021/la204986n | Langmuir

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Press Releases
Posted Date: May 21, 2012

RHK is proud to announce the launch of their new website. The latest release includes major updates in product information and a new image of the month. Check back for frequent software updates as well as FAQs.

Further updates in progress, more changes coming soon

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Press Releases
Posted Date: March 14, 2012

TROY, MI, March 14, 2011

RHK Technology, Inc. has hired Dr. Ryan Murdick as a Staff Scientist, further boosting its expertise and resources for innovative SPM products. Dr. Murdick brings over six years of hands-on experimental materials science experience, including measurement techniques, cryo-cooling applications, and semiconductor physics and nonlinear/ultrafast optics. He is already deeply involved with several breakthrough product-development projects at RHK.

Formerly with the University of Washington Nano-Optics Physics group, Dr. Murdick specialized in both non-linear optics and SPM. At UW he constructed a low temperature/high vacuum atomic force microscope (AFM) coupled to a pulsed infrared laser source for scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy.

His previous experience also includes PNNL, where he led the complex s-SNOM (apertureless) system project. He brought this project to completion two months ahead of schedule and 30% under budget. At PNNL he also led a successful project for cutting-edge preliminary measurements on metal oxides undergoing metal-to-insulator phase transitions.

Dr. Murdick earned his Ph.D. in Physics at Michigan State University in 2009.

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