The following equipment is available in our laboratory.

Page still under construction

femtosecond laser system (780 nm, < 1.5 mJ/pulse, > 160 fs (chirp-adjustable), 10-1000 Hz (variable), Clark MXR + PositiveLight)
oscilloscopes (Hewlette Packard + Iwatsu)
power meter (Molectron)
fs laser pulse width measurement systems (Swamp Optics + hand-made)
X-ray generation system for solutions (hand-made, patent pending [USA, Canada, Japan])
X-ray generation system for audio cassette tapes (hand-made)
X-ray generation system for solids with microscope (assembled)
solid state detectors for X-ray emission spectroscopy (Rontec [Si(Li)] + Amptek [CdTeZn])
GM counter for X-ray intensity measurement (health physics)
single-crystals for X-ray fine spectroscopy (Saint Gobain [LiF, Ge])
poly-capillary lens for focusing X-ray (Ifg)
metal foils for filtering X-ray (Nilaco)
double-input spectrometer (Ocean Optics, 300-1200 nm)
cooled CCD camera (Andor)
CCD cameras (Sony)
X-ray image intensifier (Hamamatsu Photonics)
streak camera system + high speed scanning unit (Hamamatsu Photonics)
optical delay lines (Sigma Koki + Chuo Seiki)
spectrometers (Otsuka)

Spectra Physics CGR 230 ns Nd-YAG laser + OPO
Quantel Brilliant Nd-YAG laser
Hamamatsu Photonics PMA 10 Detector and Spectrograph
Hamamatsu Photonics PMA 50 image intensified detector
Kaiser optics Holospec spectrograph
Home made Brewster angle Microscope
Olympus IX70 inverted microscope
Nikon Eclipse Fluorescent microscope
CW Nd-YAG laser
Jasco Near IR spectrometer
Quantel picosecond Nd-YAG laser

Scanning Tunneling Microscope (SOLVER P47, NT-MDT)

For combined with optical measurements
 Scanning Tunneling Microscope (SMENA, NT-MDT)
 Optical Microscope (IX-70, Olympus)
 Spectrograph (MS 3501 I, SOLAR TII)
 Cooled CCD (DU420-BV, Andor)
 Ar ion laser, 488 nm (CW) (2114-20SL, JDS Uniphase)

Shimadzu Absorption Spectrometer
Hitachi Emission Spectrometer