The OE1022D Lock-In Amplifier designed by SSI obtained an order from the Weizman Institute of Science in Israel. The team was satisfied with the performance of the instrument and indicated that they would have further cooperation with SSI in the future.
Jack Wang (associate professor, Ph.D.), founder of Sine scientific instruments, participate in the Nobel prize winner Samuel Ting’s research team AMS02 since 2003. (AMS02: a scientific instrument for detection of dark matter and antimatter used in the international space station) Dr. Wang participated in this project for over seven years, traveled to Switzerland, the United States, and Taiwan, attended and reported on AMS international conference for eight times.
Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) is an instrument used to detect material surface structure, base on the tunneling effect in the field of quantum theory. STM enables scientists to observe and locate individual atoms with higher resolution than its atomic force counterparts.
The 2019 MRS fall meeting and exhibit is the world's most prestigious international scientific conference on materials research. This meeting demonstrates interdisciplinary research in basic and applied fields by scientists from around the world.
At the APS (American Physical Society) Meeting from march 4th to 8th, Robert Cava of Princeton, member of the American National Academy and Royal Society, highly recognized OE series lock-in amplifiers of SINE Scientific Instruments.
The Weizmann Institute of Science is one of the world's leading Multi-disciplinary Research Centers in the world, with around 2500 scientists, postdoctoral fellows, PhD and M.Sc. students, and scientific, technical, and administrative staff working at the Institute. Researchers of this institute have received many outstanding awards and honors such as Nobel prizes, Fields Medal, etc. With numerous invention patents, the Weizmann Institute of Science receives the highest technology transfer revenue in the world ($35 billion a year)
The Asia-Pacific Workshop on Trapped Quantum Systems (APTQS) is a professional forum devoted to the development of atoms, trapped ions and bound photons. The first APTQS was held at the Wu Shunde International Academic Exchange Center in Zhuhai Campus of Sun Yat-sen University from December 8 to December 10.
Steve Mann is a tenured professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Toronto in Canada, a full time visiting professor of the department of electrical engineering at Stanford University. He is internationally recognized as one of the founders of the wearable computer, known as the “The Father of The Wearable Computer”. Steve Mann Dedicates to the integration of scientific research, invention, art and design. He is described by the industry as the modern Leonardo Da Vinci.
The 2018 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit is the key forum to present research to an interdisciplinary and international audience. It provides a window on the future of materials science, and offers an opportunity for researchers—from students and postdoctoral fellows, to Nobel and Kavli Prize Laureates—to exchange technical information and network with colleagues.
In September 2017, Sine Scientific Instruments held exchanges with University of Science and Technology of China, Anhui University, Nanjing Institute of Technology and Nanjing University, in the areas of weak signal detection, magnetic properties of nanomaterials and chemical solution electrolysis.
In 2012, Zurich Engineer Peter came to our R & D department.We talked about the key technologies of lock-in amplifier, performance improvements, special handling of weak signals, fast and high-precision measurement.
Sine Scientific Instruments received orders from University of Toronto for multiple lock-in amplifiers
Sine Scientific Instruments received orders from the College of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto for OE1022 lock-in amplifiers. The team was very satisfied with the performance of the instruments and expected further cooperation.
SSI co-sponsor the first Asia-Pacific Workshop on Trapped Quantum Systems with Huawei Technologies, Pioneer Technologies and other famous enterprises. The conference topics include: cold atoms, trapped ions and bound photons, quantum computers, quantum communications and other cutting-edge technologies.