Explore the Sub-Kelvin World
State-of-the-art cooling for science and technology
Cryogen-free. Simple. Flexible.
Top-loading cryostat for simple and fast low-temperature analysis
100 mK - 300 K
< 3 hours
Versatile, rack-mountable cryogenic platform
100 mK - 300 K
150 x 300 mm
Compact sub-Kelvin cryostat with free-beam optical access
800 mK - 300 K
> 30 hours
< 0.05 %
Technology is Key
Solid-state cooling. Cryogen-free. Hassle-free.
With our easy-to-use and cryogen-free tools kiutra leverages the benefits of cryogen-free magnetic cooling. As the world’s first and only commercial supplier we build cryostats that implement classical “one-shot” adiabatic demagnetization refrigeration (ADR) as well as continuous ADR (cADR) for permanent solid-state cooling at sub-Kelvin temperatures.
One Technology, Many Possibilities.
Learn how magnetic refrigeration can be used for various applications in science and technology
A better sub-Kelvin expericence
At kiutra, our mission is to provide our research and industry customers with easy-to-use, turnkey cryostats that give them the time to focus on their work rather than on their cryostats. We accelerate the development, testing and pre-characterization of quantum hardware and related electronics by means of fast-cooling tools and innovative sample exchange mechanisms. And our cooling platforms offer continuous sub-Kelvin cooling independent of liquid cooling media, notably independent of rare and costly helium-3. This is essential to provide cryogenic temperatures in a simple, compact, and cost-efficient way, and a prerequisite for a scalable application of quantum electronics.
A reliable partner for cryogen-free research
Our scientific background, our partnerships, and our active exchange with researchers from all around the world give us a good understanding for the difficulties and needs that arise in day-to-day laboratory work with cryogenic equipment. As an innovative university spin-off that is backed by trusted and expert deep tech investors, we are your reliable partner to support your cryogen-free R&D and commercial low-temperature applications.
Experts at your service
kiutra has gathered an excellent team of physicists, engineers, and software developers who bring in many years of hands-on experience in cryo-engineering and share their passion for cutting-edge technology and easy-to-use cryogenic equipment. It is thanks to this team that we can offer advice and in-depth technical support for our customers.
Dr. Alexander Regnat
During his diploma and PhD thesis, Alexander has extensively used and tailored ADR systems for low-temperature investigations of bulk and transport properties as well as high-pressure measurements. As Managing Director and one of kiutra's co-founders he supports many different activities with a focus on sales and business development.
During his diploma and PhD thesis, Alexander has extensively used and tailored ADR systems for low-temperature investigations of bulk and transport properties as well as high-pressure measurements. As Managing Director and one of kiutra's co-founders he supports many different activities with a focus on sales and business development.CEO, Co-founder
Iman has received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Tehran for his work on the microstructure of Si surface layers after He+ and Ar+ ion implantation. He studies Applied and Engineering Physics at TUM and joined kiutra as a Master Student. As part of his thesis he is characterizing and improving heat switches and refrigerants for the magnetic cooling of quantum detectors.Master Student 773
Max has received his bachelor’s degree for his work on the Implementation and Evaluation of a Method to Measure the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction. He joined kiutra in 2019 for his master’s thesis where he is working on cryogenic cable trees for the characterization of quantum devices.Master Student 770
After successfully completing his apprenticeship as a precision mechanic, Markus started studying Production and Automation at the University for Applied Sciences, Munich. At kiutra he is part of the development team, where he works as a CAD engineer.Bachelor Student 767
Veronika has finished her master’s degree in Medieval and Renaissance Studies in 2020 and gained experience in finance and project controlling when working at the Bavarian Research Alliance. She joined kiutra as team assistance in 2019 and is now in charge of accounting, purchasing, and supports the management in finance and grant administration.Accounting & Grant Administration 765
Rafael first completed a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with a focus on optimization and simulation. After additional studies in computer science, he joined kiutra in 2019. He is now in charge of device control and software integration, as well as customer application support.Software Development 763
Mario finished his master’s degree on a Robotic-assisted System for Eye Surgery and is working for kiutra as industrial designer since 2018. He is in charge of technical product design and the brand development to create a consistent corporate identity of kiutra.Industrial Designer 760
After finishing his PhD on complex magnetic textures and quantum criticality, Felix joined kiutra in 2019 as product manager. He coordinates the efforts of the hardware, marketing, and sales divisions to constantly improve our products for our scientific and industrial customers.Product Manager 163
After his diploma and PhD in physics, Tomek joined a tech consulting company gaining industry experience and leadership skills as a project manager and tech lead using agile, rapid prototyping and design thinking methodologies. In 2017, he joined kiutra as a co-founder and COO. His responsibilities cover finance, marketing, and HR activities, among others.COO, Co-Founder 158
Jan studied physics at the TU Munich before joining the Chair for Topology of Correlated Systems for his PhD, where he gained extensive experience in the design and operation of ADR systems for low-temperature research. As CTO and co-founder of kiutra, he leads the hardware development team and oversees IP creation.CTO, Co-founder 156
Phani has received his PhD from the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Innsbruck, in 2020 for his thesis on Josephson junction array resonators. He joined kiutra in 2020 as a quantum engineer and oversees the optimization of our cryostats for quantum technologies.Quantum Engineer 153
Professor Pfleiderer holds the chair for Topology of Correlated Systems at TUM. With his more than 30 years of experience and an excellent track record in low-temperature science at various research institutes worldwide, he supports and advises the kiutra team on all scientific and low-temperature related topics.Scientific Advisor, Co-Founder 151
Georg finished his PhD on the preparation and investigation of intermetallic magnetic compounds in 2020. During his scientific work he extensively used and improved crystal growth apparatus, and gained hands-on experience in working with cryogenic and high-vacuum equipment. He joined kiutra as a production engineer and leads our hardware production, testing and quality management.Production Engineer 149
Before joining kiutra in 2020 as production technician Jamie has worked in various industries from automotive to textile. Owing to his broad background he is experienced, e.g., in operating different kinds of industry machines, developing clay models, CNC milling and 3D digital scanning. At kiutra he is in charge of the manufacturing of our superconducting magnets and other cryogenic components, as well as assembly and testing.Production Technician 147
Klaus is a physicist with a strong background in electrical engineering. He worked on the development of a compact ADR cryostat for detector operation at kiutra as part of his thesis and received his master’s degree from TUM in 2020. After his graduate studies he joined kiutra as a cryo-engineer, where he is now in charge of the hardware development of our compact cryostats and related control electronics.Cryo-Engineer 135