FR1000: Home–made in-situ FET/MBE system, photoelectrical measurement system in ultra-high vacuum (UHV) with tunable monochromatic light source.
FR1000 is able to conduct in-situ physical properties measurement for nanomaterials. The measuring processes on-site as they are occurring and under changing external stimuli is the paramount goal of in-situ technique with real-time response to the users. Moreover, multiple process can be done within one workstation so that the physical transfer of the sample from one instrument to another can be avoided. The material scope that can be investigated is largely broadened to include materials that are easily oxidized upon air exposure.
Fronka Tech is a NUS spin-off company in collaboration with the NUS Industry Liaison Office’s flagship innovation programme GRIP. “Fronka” means “frontier characterization”. We provide advanced characterization solutions for nanomaterial scientists.