We are excited to announce our first cathodoluminescence workshop, which will be hosted by the AMOLF Institute in Amsterdam on 31st of May.
The workshop will start with our application specialist Toon Coenen giving a broad explanation of cathodoluminescence imaging and its application in various spheres. The invited speakers: Prof. Albert Polman (AMOLF) and Dr. Ruggero Verre (Chalmers University of Technology) will focus on cathodoluminescence for nanophotonics and talk about their research done with the SPARC system. During the second half of the workshop, the participants will get a chance to see the SPARC cathodoluminescence detector at work, as well as have a facility tour at AMOLF. The participants will be offered lunch and dinner.
Cathodoluminescence (CL) imaging technique can be extremely useful in the field of nanophotonics. The application range is very broad: metallic, dielectric and semiconductor nanostructures, including nanoparticles and nanowires, metasurfaces and photonic crystals can be studies with CL. The SPARC is a unique cathodoluminescence detector, which enables fast and sensitive material characterisation at the nanoscale.
If you are interested in attending the workshop, please register below. The attendance is free, but the number of the spots is limited. Click the button below to register and see the preliminary program.