Photonics Core Facility


The Photonics Core Facility is a shared-user facility offering several lasers, light sources, measurement instruments as well as optical and mechanical hardware to support photonics research. A laboratory support room is available with mechanical tools, allowing users to rapidly create experimental setups. The facility also maintains several photonics-related software packages for computational work.



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Facility Structure



The Photonics Core facility houses various equipment to support photonics research. It has the available instrumentation: Coherent Mira Hp-f V18 High Power Titanium: Sapphire Tunable, Ultrafast Femtosecond Laser(powered by 18w Verdi-g Semiconductor Laser), Coherent Harmonic Generator for Mira Hp (Second And Third Harmonics), Astrella Integrated Ti:s Amplifier, Horiba Scientific Ihr550 Imaging Spectrometer, J.A. Woollam IR-vase Ellipsometer, NKT Photonics Supercontinuum System, Neaspec Near-field Scanning Optical Microscope, and an Angular Resolved Transmission/Reflection System. To view the instruments available in the Mass Spectrometry Core Facilityplease click here, and to view the equipment rates, follow here.  

Last Updated: 09/22/2023 14:03