JOLT: the cathodoluminescence intensity detector which enhances your research

March 23, 2020

The youngest member of our cathodoluminescence (CL) solutions family, JOLT is an entry-level SEM-based cathodoluminescence detector, which is ideal for CL intensity mapping. JOLT comes in two variations, a panchromatic and an RGB (colored CL) version, therefore you can choose one of the two versions which can help you most with your research.

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A comprehensive review on cathodoluminescence analysis of halide perovskites

March 06, 2020

A new comprehensive review on cathodoluminescence (CL) analysis of halide perovskites was published by researchers from National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Advanced Energy Materials. This review makes an argument of cathodoluminescence being one of the most powerful characterization techniques for studying optoelectronic properties of halide perovskite solar cells. 

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Early-bird registration for the demonstrations at Delmic booth during emc2020

February 27, 2020

The registration for the demonstrations at Delmic booth during the emc2020 is now open! emc2020 is the European Microscopy Congress which will take place in Copenhagen from the 23rd until 28th of August. If you have been looking for a chance to see Delmic systems in action and you are attending emc2020 this is your opportunity to secure a private demonstration!

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How to set up imaging conditions for cathodoluminescence?

February 20, 2020

Delmic continues the brand-new series of webinars "Cathodoluminescence Fundamentals" with the 2nd session, following the very successful first session "Cathodoluminescence processes". This session will be about Imaging conditions for cathodoluminescence, and it will take place on 25th, March at 9:00am (CET).

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Cathodoluminescence for studying shocked quartz grains: new white paper

February 06, 2020

A new white paper written by Delmic in collaboration with Maartje F. Hamers from Department of Earth Sciences of Utrecht University is now available for download. The white paper explores the possibilities of  using cathodoluminescence spectroscopy for studying shocked quartz grains.

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Delmic is coming to the EMC in August 2020

January 22, 2020

We are excited to announce that we are preparing to join the biggest European microscopy event of the year: European Microscopy Congress 2020, which will take place in Copenhagen from 23rd until 28th of August. 

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Hyperspectral CL is used to study optical signatures of single ion tracks in ZnO

January 15, 2020

A new paper was published in the journal Nanoscale Advances by researchers from the centre for materials science and nanotechnology of the University of Oslo. The authors explore optical signatures of single ion tracks in zinc oxide (ZnO) with depth-resolved hyperspectral cathodoluminescence(CL) and photoluminescence(PL) spectroscopy techniques. 

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Meet Delmic in the upcoming 2020 Q1 events

January 08, 2020

For those who would like to know Delmic better and talk to our experts in person, we are here to tell you about the upcoming events and conferences that Delmic will attend. Our experts are excited and ready to share our latest insights with you soon!

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Happy holidays from Delmic!

December 24, 2019

At Delmic we always take a moment to remember and celebrate our achievements, and we are always excited to share them with you. As 2019 is ending, we would like to highlight a few significant points of this year and share our plans and goals for 2020!

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Novel cathodoluminescence technique for studying diamond NV centers

December 20, 2019

A new paper was published in ACS Photonics by researchers from AMOLF and our product manager Toon Coenen. The paper investigates possibilities for studying nitrogen-vacancy(NV) centers in diamonds and NV- → NV0 conversion dynamics with a novel CL technique called ultrafast pump-probe cathodoluminescence spectroscopy. In this technique, a material is studied using a combination of ultrafast electron and light pulses of which the relative arrival time can be tuned with a high degree of accuracy.

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