The Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies extends over ~1000m2 of prime laboratory and office space, within the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and it hosts state-of-the-art shared facilities for nanofabrication and nanocharacterization. The list of laboratories and major equipment can be found under the relevant section.

The major equipment we have in CDPT are:

  • FEI Helios NanoLab™ DualBeam™, SEM/FIB
  • Beneq TFS 200Atomic Layer Deposition
  • UNIVEX 250 Benchtop, multi-purpose coating system
  • Jasco MSV-5200 Microspectrophotometer
  • Time-resolved Cathodoluminescence Electron Microscope (Attolight Allalin 4027 Chronos)
  • Neaspec scattering SNOM
  • Broadband femtosecond laser system
  • Horiba Fluorolog Steady state PL system
  • PicoQuant time-resolved micro-PL system/microscope
  • Bruker FTIR and Hyperion microscope
  • THz measuring system with femtosecond master oscillator
  • Microwave anechoic chamber
  • Microwave SNOM