Functional Materials Technology Group
Optical Nanocharacterization Group
Inverse Materials Design Group
Next-Generation Energy Systems Group
Biophotonic Applications Group
Solar Energy Conversion Group
Oxide Single Crystals Group
A3B5 Compound Semiconductors Group
Functional Materials Laboratory
Oxide Single Crystals Laboratory
Materials Characterization Laboratory
III-V Compound Semiconductors Laboratory
Ensemble3 sp. z o.o.
133 Wólczyńska St.
Our Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Spectrometer enables us to perform highly-sensitive, non-label analysis for the interaction of chemical species (e.g. biological molecules) on a surface in real time by utilizing the surface plasmon resonance phenomena. Surface Plasmon excitation is achieved with a 633 nm HeNe laser, while a sensitive silicon detector senses the reflected light. Polarizers allow easy selection of p- or s-polarized light; the measurement cell is specifically optimized for small sample volume. The system is equipped with a Si photodiode detector paired with lock-in amplifier and goniometer (angular resolution 0.005o).
(joint lab UW – L-IMiF)