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Low Temperature Laboratory of Aalto University

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.
URL http://ltl.aalto.fi/
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
MERIL URL http://portal.meril.eu/meril/view/facilitys/15652