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|Description||Low Temperature Laboratory (LTL) of Aalto University is one of the world centers in ultralow temperature physics and nanoelectronics. The main research fields of LTL are ultra-low temperature physics (35%; started in 1965) and low temperature quantum electronics (65%; started in 1996). LTL infrastructure serves both local scientists and it is recognized as an important national and international access-giving service site. Our ultra-low temperature (ULTI) infra was funded by EC in FP4 and FP5 as European transnational access site. In 2006−2008 our ULTI access program was continued in FP6 as one of only 25 European single-site infrastructures. In 2009−2013, the LTL coordinated a network of 12 European low temperature laboratories in a FP7 project MICROKELVIN: LTL served as one of the three transnational access-giving sites. Furthermore, since 2009 LTL(Cyohall) has been on the national infrastructure road map of Finland.|
|Status||Operational since 1973 Being upgraded (2010 - 2012)|
|Scientific Domains||Physical Sciences and Engineering|
|RI Categorization||Extreme Conditions Facilities|
|Location||Puumiehenkuja 2B Otaniemi, Espoo, 00076 AALTO, Finland|