What you learn

  • exciting results from CL imaging in the field of semiconductors
  • the hardware and imaging parameters involved
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Cathodoluminescence fundamentals: Sample preparation for cathodoluminescence imaging

Cathodoluminescence (CL) is a versatile technique for the study of optical properties with deep sub-wavelength resolution. CL spectroscopy, angle-resolved imaging and polarimetry are great tools, in particular, to probe and understand the many interesting properties of semiconductor materials both in bulk and micro/nanostructured form.

In this webinar, our Applications Specialist Sangeetha Hari will present exciting results from CL imaging in the field of semiconductors, and explain the hardware and imaging parameters involved.

Sign up for the whole CL series to be registered automatically for the last session and receive an overview of all the sessions by the end of the series. As promised, we will discuss new technical developments of CL in the last session, that you can expect in October: Correlative Cathodoluminescence Electron Microscopy (CCLEM)