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SPECS leads the way in state-of-the-art technology, cutting-edge components and individually designed complex systems for surface analysis.

SPECS GmbH headquarters are situated in the center of Germany’s capital Berlin with a subsidiary, SPECS Zurich GmbH, based in Zurich, Switzerland. SPECS forms a team of scientists and engineers with more than 150 employees engaged in the design and production of instruments for nanotechnology, material science and surface science in general.

For now over 25 years, know-how, experience, intensive contact to scientists from all over the world, customer orientation and reliable quality control have been the keys to SPECS success.


 

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 New Product: METIS
METIS is a new type of time-of-flight k-space Microscope for ultimate band mapping applications. Learn more in the METIS brochure or in our booth 69 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg.
   

    
 
 New Product: PHOIBOS 150 SAL
PHOIBOS 150 SAL is a new hemispherical electron analyzer with a scanned angle lens for band mapping applications. Learn more in the PHOIBOS 150 SAL brochure or in our booth 69 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg.
    

    
 
 New Product: Combined 2D-CCD/3D-Spin VLEED Detector for PHOIBOS Series
The 2D-CCD/3D-Spin VLEED Detector can be used in the PHOIBOS 150 and 225 hemispherical electron analyzers, allowing for state-of-the-art spin measurements in combination with band mapping applications. Learn more in the 2D-CCD/3D-Spin VLEED brochure or in our booth 69 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg.
    

    
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  Press Release – SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH and Oxford Instruments sign agreement for Nanonis TrameaTM quantum transport measurement system

SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH and Oxford Instruments have entered an agreement whereby Oxford Instruments NanoScience will be the sole distributor of SPECS Nanonis Tramea quantum transport measurement system (QTMS) for applications at ultralow temperatures below ... read more. Learn more in our booth 69 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg.
       

       
  AVS-62 EnviroESCA
  The official product launch of our new EnviroESCATM has taken place October 19-23, 2015 during the annual meeting of the American Vacuum Society (AVS) in San Jose, USA . It attracted many conference attendees into our booth and the official product launch presentation during the well-attended Exhibitor Spotlight Session . We are proud to announce, that the AVS awarded EnviroESCATM and its presentation as "Best in Show". This award is published in the January 2016 issue of Physics Today. Learn more in our booth 69 at the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg.
       



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International Workshop: On-Surface Synthesis
27.06. - 30.06.2016   
San Sebastian, Spain 
CCS 30
01.07. - 04.07.2016
Dalian, China 
ICC 15
03.07. - 08.07.2016
Beijing, China
VUVX 2016
03.07. - 08.07.2016
Zürich, Switzerland 
14th International Conference on Electrified Interfaces
03.07. - 08.07.2016
Singapore, Singapore
High-pressure XPS of Energy Materials
05.07.2016
Nottingham, UK 
 
 
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Thin films of pure vanadium nitride: Evidence for anomalous nonfaradaic capacitance > Publication
 
Bottom-Up Synthesis of Metalated Carbyne > Publication

Time-resolved photoemission study of the electronic structure and dynamics of chemisorbed alkali atoms on Ru(0001) > Publication
 
Magnetic anisotropy in Shiba bound states across a quantum phase transition > Publication  

End states and subgap structure in proximity-coupled chains of magnetic adatoms  > Publication

Quantum Confinement Drives Macroscopic Stress Oscillations at the Initial Stage of Thin Film Growth > Publication

An STM study of the initial oxidation of single-crystalline zirconium surfaces > Publication


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