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Super-resolution Luminescence Microspectroscopy (SuperLuMS)

The idea of SuperLuMS is to study optical properties on a nano-scale with the aid of localization microscopy. Localization microscopy is a post-processing method which studies how the photoluminescence emission profile from an object (typically no larger than a few 100 nm in diameter) changes in space from one moment to the next. If such changes comes together with spectral, lifetime or intensity changes, one can say something about the excited state dynamics occurring within the object. Further, if one correlates this to the actual structure using electron microscopy, one can gain understanding if a particular structure gives rise to a specific photoluminescence behavior.





Ivan Scheblykin

People involved: Aboma Merdasa

Formerly involved: Rafael Camacho Dejay,  Matthias Meyer