Attolight, a Swiss company that originated in the EPFL Laboratory of Quantum Optoelectronics (LOEQ), has revolutionized micro-cathodoluminescence (CL). Capitalizing on core expertise in the science of CL, advanced data analysis, instrument design and Swiss-quality production, they have built a line of next-generation full integrated CL-SEMs and CL-STEMs that image large fields of view, faster, and with expert options such as time-resolved spectroscopy, cryo staging, and electrical measurement.
Attolight’s new quantitative cathodoluminescence is targeted to set standards for in-line inspection in the semiconductor industry as well as in nanotechnology, geology, advanced materials and the life sciences/medicine.
We now have a global presence with systems in Europe, Asia, and North America. To learn more about the company and their products, click here.
Defect Counting and Visualization in Optoelectronic Materials Using Cathodoluminescene
Optoelectronic Device Hyperspectral Mapping with High Spatial Resolution Using Cathodoluminescene
Cathodoluminescene Applications on Quantum Heterostructures
Cathodoluminescene Applications on Photovoltaic Materials
Cathodoluminescene – What It is and How It Works
Pinhole Detection in Thin Film Battery and Photovoltaic Materials by Cathodoluminescene
Cathodoluminescene on GaN for Power Electronic
Cathodoluminescene on ZnO Nano/Microwire Materials
Pico-Second Time-Resolved CL – Chronos
Low Temperature Multi-Channel Cathodoluminescene Instrument – Allalin 4027
Cathodoluminescene for STEM – Mönch 4107
Attolight’s Quantitative CL-SEMs Offer “No Compromise” Large Field/Fast Scanning Simultaneous SEM Imaging with Hyperspectral CL Maps
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