This package includes a set of functions for processing and graphing wavelength and time-resolved absorption data. This code was designed to process data created by the Helios Femtosecond Transient Absorption spectrometer produced by Ultrafast Systems, LLC. However, it will work with any data with a similar format.
This procedure is based on the File Access Demo in Matlab script written by Peter Kapusta, PicoQuant GmbH, September 2006.
It was ported to IGOR Pro so that the binary data files (*.phd) created by the PicoHarp 300 time correlated single photon counting module can be directly read and analyzed.
The Photonics Core Facility is a shared-user facility offering several lasers, light sources, measurement instruments as well as optical and mechanical hardware to support photonics research. A laboratory support room is available with mechanical tools, allowing users to rapidly create experimental setups. The facility also maintains several photonics-related software packages for computational work.
Coherent Mira Hp-f V18 High Power Titanium: Sapphire Tunable Ultrafast Femtosecond Laser, powered by 18w Verdi-g Semiconductor Laser
Coherent Harmonic Generator for Mira Hp (Second And Third Harmonics)
The Radio Frequency and Millimeter-wave Core is a shared-user facility. The core includes fabrication and measurement units.
Electronics Fabrication Facility
The fabrication unit offers a complete in-house PCB prototyping (multilayer rigid and flex) through high-end laser and mechanical equipment. Furthermore, the fabrication unit provides a complete component placement and rework cycle including high-end fully- and semi-automatic rework stations enabling desoldering, soldering, and residual solder removal of SMDs and BGAs as small as 01005.
The measurement facility offers an anechoic test chamber capable of measuring electromagnetic radiation, high-end spherical nearfield measurement system, planar nearfield scanner (all in frequencies ranging from 1-110 GHz), and high-end PNAs and other required equipment for a fully in-house measurement cycle.