Freiburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
FM 40.11: Poster
Dienstag, 24. September 2019, 16:30–18:30, Tents
A sustainable sub-Kelvin cooling technology for quantum electronics — •Klaus Eibensteiner1,2, Alexander Regnat1,2, Jan Spallek1,2, Tomek Schulz1,2, Christopher Duvinage1, Nico Huber1, Carolina Burger1, Anh Tong1, and Christian Pfleiderer1 — 1Physik-Department, Technical University of Munich, Germany — 2kiutra GmbH, Munich, Germany
Cooling devices providing temperatures well below 1 K are a key prerequisite for modern research and development, e.g. in materials science, quantum electronics and the cooling of sensors and detectors. Commercially available state-of-the art cooling solutions require typically the rare and costly helium isotope, helium-3. Here we present a versatile and compact demagnetization refrigerator for the cryogen-free, continuous generation of sub-Kelvin temperatures based on prevalent and affordable solid-state cooling media.