In the latest press release from Aalto University about the announcement of the prize Professor Davis states that ‘When you build your own tools, you’re more likely to find something interesting’. At Bluefors, we can relate to this statement since we build tools for scientists. Bluefors heritage comes from science and with strong emphasis on experimental physics, including designing and building of own setups. Anssi points out that Bluefors want to offer the best possible tools to the customers. ‘We want to take the (once so challenging) problem of reaching mK range temperature away and enable users focus on the other aspects of their experimental setup. Thus, we listen closely to the community and learn to continuously improve the tools we can offer.’
The Olli V. Lounasmaa Memorial Prize was awarded on September 4, 2020 during the virtual CMD2020GEFES, a large international conference covering all aspects of condensed matter physics. Watch Professor Davis plenary talk during CMD2020GEFFES from here.