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March 2018

01.03.

We are present with a poster presentation at the  LEAP 2018, the 13th Low Energy Antiproton Conference, March 12-16, 2018, in Paris, France.

January 2018

29.01.

Group photo of the cryolab team

Group photo of the cryolab team

News from the AVA project
Stahl-Electronics is a partner of the  project AVA (Accelerators Validating Antimatter physics), which enables an interdisciplinary and cross-sector program on antimatter research. Within AVA, the  project partners will carry out research across three scientific work packages: facility design and optimization, advanced beam diagnostics and novel low energy antimatter experiments.

At Stahl-Electronics the project  "Cryogenic Detectors for low Energy Particle Detection" will be carried out within a 3 year PhD position. At the end of 2017, Ilia Blinov (standing on the left in the group photo) joined our Stahl-Electronics team as a PhD student with the aiming at the development of novel super-sensitive charge sensors, which will be used in Ion and Antimatter research.

More information on the  AVA website and in the YouTube video  AVA - Nature (anti)matters.

October 2017

17.10.

NEW Broadband Cryogenic Buffer Amplifier released! NEW Broadband Cryogenic Buffer Amplifier released!

Key features:
  • Cryogenic High Impedance Buffer up to 1 GHz
  • Wide Temperature Range T = 300 K down to T = 4.2 K
  • Low Outgassing UHV Operation
  • Small Size, Small Heat Load

16.10.

Stahl-Electronics will be present as  "Silver Sponsor" at the  Spin Qubit 3, the 3rd Conference and Workshop on Spin-Based Quantum Information Processing, November 6-10, 2017, in Sydney, Australia.

March 2017

13.03.

PhD position at Stahl-Electronics
Stahl-Electronics offers a 3 year PhD position (start: August/September 2017) aiming at the development of novel super-sensitive charge sensors, which will be used in Ion and Antimatter research. Applicants should have high interest and skills in electronics and physics and like to push things forward. Our company close to Frankfurt works in frontier technologies on a international level. The applicant must have an excellent masters degree in physics, suitable for admission as a PhD student with the University of Heidelberg, Germany.
The project will be carried out in close collaboration with the atomic physics group ( PD Dr. W. Quint) at the nearby GSI facility. Just contact us at infoatstahl-electronics.com
The position is supported by an EU ITN-grant, see also on the  EURAXESS website.

January 2017

09.01.

NEW fast HV switch released! NEW fast HV switch released!
The MS-F 10 is a fast High Voltage Multiplexer Switch Array for selecting 1 of 10 input voltages (max. up tp 2kV) to route to the output. Achieving a fast switching time of approx. 1µs, typical applications are laser modulators (e.g. EOD) or small capacitive loads, including piezos. See User Manual of the MS-F 10 pdf, 1.69 MB

October 2016

28.10.

PhD position at Stahl-Electronics
Stahl-Electronics offers a 3 year PhD position (start: June 2017) aiming at the development of novel super-sensitive charge sensors, which will be used in Ion and Antimatter research. Applicants should have high interest and skills in electronics and physics and like to push things forward. Our company close to Frankfurt works in frontier technologies on a international level. The applicant must have an excellent masters degree in physics, suitable for admission as a PhD student with the University of Heidelberg, Germany.
The project will be carried out in close collaboration with the atomic physics group ( PD Dr. W. Quint) at the nearby GSI facility. Just contact us at infoatstahl-electronics.com
The position is supported by an EU ITN-grant, see also on the  EURAXESS website.

October 2015

29.10.

NEW RF Generator for Ion Traps released! NEW RF Generator for Ion Traps released!

Key features:
  • highly precise amplitude, stable on 5×10-5 level, PID loop regulated
  • DUAL versions are available, doubling the effective output voltage
  • USB remote control
  • Fast shut-off-option for ion ejection (<< 1 μs)
  • type HF-DR, 1.0 to 6.5 MHz, up to 1800 Vpp differentially
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