Low Temperature Laboratory
The Low Temperature Laboratory is administered by the Department of Applied Physics. It is part of the national Otaniemi Research Infrastructure for Micro- and Nanotechnologies, OtaNano, and partner in the European Microkelvin Platform. Read more about us and find out how to contact us through the links below.
The Low Temperature Laboratory has advanced sub-Kelvin refrigeration facilities: two sub-mK (unique rotating cryostat and world record stationary cryostat) and more than 10 dilution refrigerators aimed for different type of experiments.
Low Temperature Laboratory has produced several world records of low temperatures in about thirty years' span and still holds the record for macroscopic condensed matter systems.
Historical highlights of LTL
List of completed PhD Theses
Annual reports of Low Temperature Laboratory