Lake Shore Receives Air Force STTR Phase 1 Award to Advance Terahertz Materials Apr 15, 2013
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
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Lake Shore announced today that the company has been selected by the US Air Force to receive a Phase 1 STTR grant for a project called “Terahertz Frequency Materials Testing at Cryogenic...
...Temperatures and in High Magnetic Fields.” This project furthers Lake Shore’s efforts to commercialize a THz-based system for materials research.
The development and characterization of new materials is key to next-generation electronics, energy and aerospace research; however, while theory suggests promising results, measurement of these materials using energy frequencies in the Terahertz “gap” has remained an elusive frontier. Lake Shore is working on a multi-year program to develop an electronic and magnetic materials characterization system utilizing continuous wave terahertz (CW-THz) spectroscopy.
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