“Time-resolved super-resolution microscopy to image photoluminescence lifetimes and energy transport in semiconductor nanoparticles”

Professor Alan Van Orden

Monday, January 23rd at 4:00 PM

120 Engineering (Hammond Auditorium)

Time-resolved super-resolution microscopy is a technique to image photoluminescence lifetimes and other optical properties of nanoscale emitters with nanosecond time resolution and nanometer spatial resolution. This presentation will discuss the application of this technique to image multi-emitter semiconductor nanostructures in which the proximity of the emitters gives rise to electronic energy transport pathways that can be directly imaged using this technique.  [Read More…]

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