Take a look at the facilities we offer.
Ultrafast Laser Laboratory
The Ultrafast Laser Laboratory houses laser systems which emit light pulses with ultrashort duration of less then 100 femtoseconds (1 femtosecond is 10-15 seconds). A pair of parametric amplifiers simultaneously generates two light pulses which are independently tunable from the ultraviolet to the mid-infrared. These light pulses are used to study the dynamical and nonlinear properties of materials and devices.
- Excited state dynamics of perovskite solar cell absorbers
- Exciton lifetime in two dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides
- Low temperature, electrically detected FTIR of implanted donors in silicon
Hydrostatic Pressure Laboratory
The Hydrostatic Pressure Laboratory is used to vary the lattice constant of crystals in a controlled manner, mimicking the effect of changing composition.
Research using our laser systems
Our laser systems can be used in conjunction with an optical access 7 Tesla magnet for the study of spin related phenomena. Recently, we have demonstrated magnetic control of electron spin relaxation mechanisms in a number of semiconductor heterostructures.