What you learn

  • time-resolved cathodoluminescence fundamentals
  • g(2) measurements in CL
  • analytical models and experiments for measurements done with continuous electron beam, pulsed electron beam and ultrashort (ps) electron pulses


Studying photon emission statistics with time-resolved cathodoluminescence

Are you interested in studying the dynamics of materials with time-resolved cathodoluminescence? In this webinar, our invited speaker, Magda Solà Garcia from AMOLF talks about how autocorrelation (g(2)(τ)) measurements are used to study electron excitation and photon emission statistics in a material.