Van de Graaff accelerator Van de Graaff electron accelerator
An electron accelerator that produces pulses of electrons with an energy of 3 million eV with pulse durations ranging from 0.2 ns to 50 ns. The accelerator is mainly used to study the properties of charges (mobility, optical absorption) of charges in opto-electronic materials.


Solarium Laboratory Solarium laboratory
Tunable nanosecond laser system that can produce 3 ns excitation pulses with wavelengths ranging between 200 and 2200 nm. The facility is used for photoconductivity measurements and the study of exciton and charge transport in photovoltaic systems.


Ultrashort pulsed laser and electron accelerator Ultrashort pulsed laser and electron accelerator facility

    • Ultrafast laser laboratory
      Pulsed femtosecond laser facility that is used to study the dynamics of charges and excited states on a time-scale of a few picoseconds. Both optical detection and terahertz conductivity measurements can be performed combined with optical excitation.
    • Picosecond electron accelerator
      A 4.5MeV picosecond pulsed electron accelerator is currently being constructed that will
      make it possible to study the properties and dynamics of charged species on a much shorter time-scale than possible with the Van de Graaff accelerator.

Computational Facilities Computational facilities
A parallel cluster of PCs is used to perform electronic structure calculations in order toincrease the understanding of the properties of charges and excitons in opto-electronicmaterials.
























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