Your research has a huge contribution towards technological advancements that positively impact many disciplines from novel optoelectronics and quantum technologies to advanced materials that could enable an energy efficient future.
We are proud of the ground-breaking R&D our customers are doing on our systems and we want to help you increase your scientific impact by spreading the word of your work, improving the reach and discoverability of your published research.
To avail of this opportunity, share your research with us, by submitting an abstract and publication link in our new dedicated technical area on our website. Your abstract should also articulate how Oxford Instruments deposition or etch systems and processes were used in the course of your work.
All the research papers will be promoted to our global customer and collaborator network through our social media or other channels. Also, you will get the chance to enter in a draw to WIN £200 of Amazon vouchers. Every 3 months one paper will be drawn randomly to win the Amazon voucher.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
Complete the online form with your details
Submit an abstract* of your published research (300 words).
Submit the publication link
* The abstract should include how Oxford Instruments deposition and etch systems were used in achieving your results.
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