The J.A. Woollam Company was founded in 1987 by Dr. John A. Woollam. Starting
as a spin-off from the University of Nebraska, the J.A. Woollam Company has
rapidly grown to become a worldwide leader in spectroscopic ellipsometry. We
have been perfecting our technology for 20 years and have secured over 50 patents.
The company employs more than 40 people, the majority of whom are engineers
and scientists dedicated to the advancement of ellipsometry. We pride ourselves
on the quality and workmanship of our products. Each system we sell is hand-assembled
using custom- machined aluminum and high quality optics and electronics.
Strongly Bound Excitons Found in Anatase Single Crystals and Nanoparticles
J.A. Woollam M-2000-Series Spectroscopic Ellipsometers
J.A. Woollam IR-VASE Spectroscopic Ellipsometer
J.A. Woollam alpha-SE Spectroscopic Ellipsometer
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