Our tools are based on quantitative cathodoluminescence: a creative combination of electron and optical microscopy. Transition from fast, large scale characterisation, to nanometer scale inspection is seamless within the same tool.


The Internet of Things, Big Data, and Clean Tech rely heavily on performance and innovation in semiconductor materials and devices. We perform quality control during their development and production and help increase performance and accelerate innovation.


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Check out this paper : Nanoscopy of Aluminum Plasmonic Cavities by Cathodoluminescence and Second Harmonic Generation @ubarilan

New paper from @cu_mat and @DeptofPhysics: 'Using Cathodoluminescence from Continuous and Pulsed-Mode SEM to Elucidate the Nanostructure of Hybrid Halide Perovskite Materials'

Find out this paper from @STEM_LPS and @PennStateMatSE : Correlation of Atomic Structure and Luminescence of Two-dimensional MoSe2/WSe2 In-plane Nanodot Heterostructures

New paper from @STEM_LPS and @CharlesSadron institute: 'Longitudinal and Transversal Directed Overgrowth of Pentatwinned Silver Nanorods with Tunable Optical Properties' https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.jpcc.2c02846#.YvEbaNSPlow.twitter

Find out this new paper from @Cambridge_Uni, @UTORV, @PSI_UoM and @misis_uni : 'Sodium Diffuses from Glass Substrates through P1 Lines and Passivates Defects in Perovskite Solar Modules' https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/eem2.12459#.YsU3lwZNN9o.twitter

Samuel on the stage to present our latest innovations on #microled characterisation (CS International 2022-Brussels; ⁦@CS_Conference⁩)