PicoQuant for Materials Science
Investigating photoluminescence using steady-state and time-resolved techniques
Investigating the relationship between the atomic or molecular structure of materials and their macroscopic properties is a core aspect in the interdisciplinary field of materials science. The insights thus gained help in creating or modifying materials for improved performance.
PicoQuant provides powerful tools like steady state and time-resolved spectroscopy
to study a material’s excited state dynamics and processes.
We have a solution that allows combining a steady-state and time-resolved spectrometer with the scanning capabilities of a microscope. This kind of set-up opens the doors for exciting opportunities such as investigating spatial dependence of luminescence processes in many types of materials.
Thanks to its interface for remote execution of scripts, the FluoTime 300 can connect to third-party instruments, which extends its automation capabilities to simplify your work flow. See an example in motion by watching this video
Reference to: Pulsed Diode Lasers (PDL Series, LDH-Series, LDH-FA Series), PicoHarp 300