This unique technique allows acquiring hybrid multidimensional high-resolution angle-resolved hyperspectral datasets. To put it simply, it uses the principle of angle-resolved imaging but allows users to acquire high resolution datasets both in angle and wavelength, for any given location on the sample. The data gained with energy-momentum cathodoluminescence can be particularly beneficial in the fields of nanophotonics and materials science.
During the webinar Toon Coenen, our Product Manager and one of the authors of a recent paper describing energy-momentum cathodoluminescence for studying plasmonic bullseye antennas, will talk about:
- fundamentals of angle-resolved cathodoluminescence imaging
- principles of spectrally and angular-resolved CL imaging
- possible applications in the fields of nanophotonics and materials science
- studying plasmonic bullseye antennas with energy-momentum CL
Register for the webinar below. Even if you won't be able to attend, you will receive a post-webinar recording.