Montana Instruments is excited to be attending the March meeting of APS. Visit booth 902 to talk with our team about how we can help you with your cryogenic applications. Our systems have been designed to allow for easy setup and push button cooling to <4 Kelvin. We look forward to seeing you at APS.
Research into quantum science takes precision and doesn’t lend itself to terms like “quick” and “convenient.” Montana Instruments listens to their customers to undertake these painstaking investigations, saving time and money without loss of precision and effectiveness.
Atlas Copco has completed the acquisition of Montana Instruments Corporation, which was announced in August. The company provides cryostat solutions for customers involved in physics research and low temperature technology solutions.
Atlas Copco has agreed to acquire Montana Instruments Corporation. The company provides cryostat solutions for customers involved in physics research and low temperature technology solutions. Montana Instruments Corporation is a privately owned company with 38 employees, located in Bozeman, Montana, USA.
The supply chain that will support and expand the quantum ecosystem will be complex, but is key to nurturing and even accelerating progress in quantum tech, according to a pioneer in that emerging quantum ecosystem.
"The sample is mounted on a xy piezopositioning stage inside a dry optical 4K cryostat Montana Instruments Cryostation s50." Read more about how Montana Instruments was a partner in the journey in "Nanomechanical Probing and Strain Tuning of the Curie Temperature in Suspended Cr2Ge2Te6-Based Heterostructures."
As conference begins on the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (S. 1260) and the America COMPETES Act (H.R. 4521), Montana Instruments strongly supports inclusion of the NIST for the Future Act in the final bill.
Montana Instruments founder, Luke Mauritsen, has been part of the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee since its inception because of his cryogenic expertise and passion for quantum's future. Read more about these developments.
Just like guitarists can simply say Gibson, or Fender, or Martin to instantly signal rock star quality, most businesses hope for a one-word brand that can sum up their company. It turns out there is a quantum equivalent.
Montana Instruments Corporation announces the upcoming Spring 2022 release of their brand-new cryogenic nanopositioner, The Rook™.
Just when you thought you couldn’t lose any more sleep over supply chain issues, here’s more bad news: the pace of technology development may get worse before it gets better without a workforce of trained men and women who know what they’re doing with the widgets.
Montana Instruments is a partner in the MonArk Quantum Foundry, which received a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation in September 2021 and will create tools to accelerate the development of quantum materials and devices.
Watch this concise presentation/Q&A with Montana Instruments CEO Mark Carroll as he shares more about Montana Instruments' continuing role in the quantum ecosystem as part of the Quantum Economic Development Consortium's (QED-C) Marketplace webinar.
Montana Instruments Corporation, the pioneer of the first high-precision, fully-automated closed-cycle optical cryostat, announces the release of CryoAdvance™ — a 3.2k configurable, low-vibration, variable temperature environment to accelerate advances in quantum science.
With a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Montana State University and the University of Arkansas will establish the MonArk Quantum Foundry to accelerate the development of quantum materials and devices. The foundry will team with industrial partners, including Montana Instruments.
"We utilize a closed-cycle cryostat designed for mechanical stability for our operation (Montana Instruments Cryostation s200). This cryostat features low levels of vibration despite the mechanical motion of the GiffordMcMahon cryocooler."
This April, Montana Instruments Corporation, a manufacturer of high precision, fully automated closed-cycle optical cryostats, introduced CryoCore™, a new streamlined cryogenic platform built for high-throughput electrical and optical materials characterization.
The CryoCore™ cryogenic platform from Montana Instruments is built for high-throughput electrical and optical materials characterization.
Industry (including Montana Instruments) calls for the protection of intellectual property and research security from cyberattack to be made a priority as the Senate debate progresses.
This article is based on the webinar delivered by Dr. Craig Wall of Montana Instruments and Dr. Benjamin Pingault of the Laboratory for Nanoscale Optics at Harvard University.
CryoCore is Montana Instruments’ most affordable cryogenic system. The equipment can create ecosystems as low as 4 Kelvin, or about -452.47 degrees Fahrenheit.
Montana Instruments started in 2010 looking to be a leader in the state and hopefully the country for cutting edge scientific equipment design and manufacturing.
Montana Instruments just launched a new product called CryoCore. What does the new product do? What is the focus of the NQIAC? Plus, we get to learn a little something about quantum technology and "the next space race."
Montana Instruments Corporation announces CryoCore™ – a new closed-cycle optical cryostat designed for entry-level cryogenics.
Montana Instruments, a leading global provider of cryogenic systems for the quantum computing industry, has appointed former Blackmore Sensors & Analytics board member and ILX Lightwave-Newport GM, Mark Carroll, to lead the company.
A select group of experts gathered in Bozeman to assess needs and develop a roadmap for cryogenic technologies to accelerate QIST R&D and commercialization.
With the quantum technologies industry, as well as research into it, growing ever bigger, Montana Instruments is sure to see a pick up in demand for its state-of-the-art products.
According to Senator John Thune, chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, "America is now in a race with China and Europe to develop the next technological breakthroughs based on the power of quantum science. It's a race we must win."
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the members of the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee (NQIAC), which will counsel the Administration on ways to ensure continued American leadership in quantum information science (QIS).
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and over a dozen top U.S. industry and academic leaders launched the National Q-12 Education Partnership, a groundbreaking new initiative to expand access to K-12 quantum information science (QIS) education.
CEO Luke Mauritsen discusses Montana Instrument's role in quantum information science in an interview with the Quantum Economic Development Consortium.