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

Find out how cryogenic ultrafast time-resolved #cathodoluminescence contributes to the analysis of CsPbBr3 perovskites and mixed-phase microcrystals (@TechnionLive): https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.chemmater.2c00098#.YqxAZbxwC_8.twitter

Looking forward to seeing you at @CS_Conference (June 28-29, Brussels) to find out more on our latest innovations and attend the talk on 'Cost-Effective Probing in High Volume Manufacturing of #MicroLEDs' (S.Sonderegger)


In https://aip.scitation.org/doi/pdf/10.1063/5.0080486 N. Tappy shows best practices to analyze and avoid errors in cathodoluminescence hyperspectral maps; collaboration with @attolight , #Bridge program SNSF. PS: the #Respect inset does not appear in the printed version😉