Scientific Studies

The analytical instrumentation business deals with high-tech industries and studies at the frontiers of science.

Industrial users of analytical instruments include semiconductor companies dealing with modern nanostructures, biotechnology and pharmaceutical businesses investigating molecular and atomic properties of samples, companies exploring and designing modern materials such as graphene, and many others. Half of the instrument users are academic institutions and universities involved in direct science. All of them obtain complex data from physical measurements, which often requires a unique scientific approach to interpret the results.

Working closely with partners and their customers for over 20 years, Atomicus members have published around 300 articles in globally recognized, top-rated journals, books, and proceedings dedicated to scientific studies. Here you can see a partial list of publications by Atomicus employees. Springer has also published several books that present the mathematical methods and physical theories for analytical techniques. Of course, all published materials based on contracted work have been endorsed by our partners and do not interfere with IP protection, know-how, or nondisclosure agreements.

Several Atomicus employees deliver lectures in physics at European universities. The Atomicus team actively participates in and contributes to numerous scientific conferences, seminars, and trade shows in analytical science and business, where we present our technological achievements and the results of our scientific studies. These internationally recognized events include Material Research Society (MRS) meetings, the PITTCON conference and expo, the Denver X-ray Conference (DXC), American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) conferences, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meetings, the European Congress of Radiology (ECR), XTOP conferences, Analytica fairs, European Powder Diffraction (EPDIC), International Mass Spectrometry Conferences (IMSC), International Union of Crystallography congresses, CeBIT, and many others.