Room: BEG.19
Telephone: 752
Responsible: Dr. Fei Ding
Substitute: Bianca Höfer

Micro-Photoluminescence Setup I
Micro-Photoluminescence Setup I

Micro-photoluminescence spectroscopy is a powerful tool for investigating the optical and electronic properties of single nanostructures. The lab is equipped with a frequency doubled continuous wave Nd:YVO4 laser (10 W power), a microscope, a variable temperature cryostat with optical access on motorized stages, a spectrometer with 500 mm focal length equipped with Si-CCD and InGaAs array detectors. It is used for studies in the visible-to-near-infrared (up to 1600 nm) spectral range and for laser microprocessing.

Room: BEG.20
Telephone: 305
Responsible: Dr. Fei Ding
Substitute: Dr. Jiaxiang Zhang

Micro-Photoluminescence Setup II
Micro-Photoluminescence Setup II

In addition to steady-state measurements (which can be performed in Micro-PL Setup I), this setup is used for high-resolution, time-resolved and photon-correlation spectroscopy studies. A mode-locked tunable laser is available in this lab together with a double spectrometer and single-photon avalanche photodiodes.

Micro-Photoluminescence Setup III
Micro-Photoluminescence Setup III

This micro-photoluminescence setup equipped with high magnetic field source. The system is  currently being set up for measuring nanostructures.

Professor Oliver G. Schmidt


Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
IFW Dresden
Helmholtzstr. 20
D-01069 Dresden


Kristina Krummer
office-iin (at) ifw-dresden.de
Phone:+49 351 4659 810
Fax:+49 351 4659 782