ADC presenting five publications at MEDSI 2012 at Shanghai, China Oct 15-19, 2012
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Lansing, NY, Oct 10, 2012 -- ADC, Inc. announced today that five technical papers based upon instruments designed and/or fabricated at ADC, were accepted at the 7th International Conference on Mechanical Engineering Design of Synchrotron Radiation Equipment and Instrumentation (MEDSI), to be held in Shanghai, China.
“This is testament to ADC’s staff ability to continuously innovate and develop latest cutting edge technologies for world class research and scientific facilities around the world,” said Alex Deyhim, President of ADC. He adds, "As a company, it is our passion to cultivate elite designs and work with staff scientists to carry out cutting edge research.”
The first MEDSI was hosted by the Swiss Light Source (SLS) in 2000. The conference was created for those interested in aspects of mechanical engineering as it relates to synchrotron radiation facilities. MEDSIs aims are to bring together people involved in the mechanical engineering design of synchrotron radiation equipment and instrumentation, in order to share mechanical engineering developments at the various synchrotron radiation laboratories as well as strengthen contacts between those involved in the widespread field of mechanical design; scientists, developers and companies that produce equipment and instrumentation for the synchrotron radiation community.
MEDSI 2012 will feature a balanced program; combining scientific talks, personal exchanges and visits. The following is a brief of the publications ADC will be presenting:
- Development of a series low noise & precise ion chambers capable of beam position monitoring
- Development of ultra-high energy resolution monochromator/analyzer meV prototype system
- Creating an EUV mask microscope for lithography generations reaching 8 nm (Jointly with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory & Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc.)
- Development of a nine axis custom design high precision motion system for Advanced Photon Source (Jointly with CARS at The University of Chicago)
- Development of ultra-high precision optical "nano slit"
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About the company: Founded in 1995, ADC, Inc. custom designs devices, integrated systems and a broad array of high-precision components and instruments for commercial, academic and government agencies, worldwide. The company’s work covers mechanical design, control instrumentation, control software, manufacturing and assembly, and installation and training.
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