One year ago a first time-resolved system was installed in Technical University of Braunschweig for time-resolved nanophotonics experiments and semiconductor analysis. This system combines the pulsed electron microscope, SPARC CL detector and a streak camera, which together allow performing a hyperspectral lifetime imaging with a very high spectral and time resolution (12 ps).
Another time-resolved SPARC system has just been installed at Peking University (PKU) in China. This system included a time-resolved module LAB cube for performing lifetime imaging and g(2) experiments for plasmonics and nanophotonics.
And just a few days ago we have completed the first installation in South America: the SPARC Compact system was installed in National University of Río Negro in Argentina. This system will be used for geological research.
These are just a few of our customers: more installations are being awaited in USA, Germany and China. If you would like to stay updated, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter.