Upcoming Events

Webinar: Time-resolved cathodoluminescence

22nd of November, 2019, 9:30 AM (CET)

Delmic would like to invite you to the first webinar on time-resolved cathodoluminescence! This relatively new technique, which can allow you to observe the time dynamics of cathodoluminescence emission process, is a great tool for those who want to study the material properties of semiconductors, single-photon emitters and (rare-earth) phosphor materials. During the webinar our Product Manager Dr. Toon Coenen will talk about the following:

  • what is cathodoluminescence?
  • what are the properties of light?
  • what is a lifetime imaging?
  • what is a g(2) imaging?
  • what is the difference between bunching and antibunching?
  • how and in which fields can these techniques be used?

This webinar is a great opportunity to learn about time-resolved CL and ask questions: Toon will make sure to answer them all during the webinar! Click the button below to register:
Register for the webinar

Cathodo­luminescence spectro­scopy (CL) Workshop in Australia

Tuesday, 12th of February 2019

As a part of the fifteenth biennial symposium, organized by Australian Microbeam Analysis Society (AMAS), we invite you to attend the workshop, which will take place on the 12th of February at Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy (MCEM). 

The workshop on cathodoluminescence spectroscopy will cover the fundamental aspects of electron-induced light generation in various materials classes, such as minerals, crystal orientation, bandgaps and defects in semiconductors, plasmon modes and photonic band structures in nanophotonic systems and metamaterials. The main purpose is to show and discuss what useful information can be obtained using cathodoluminescence, including such imaging techniques as time-resolved CL and angle-resolved CL

Experts from materials and minerals fields of research (Prof. Matthew Phillips and Dr. Karsten Goemann) will present and showcase the different applications of the CL to these fields. The workshop will have a hands-on sessions on the SPARC CL detection system

You can read more about the workshop and register on the official website of the AMAS XV here.