We are continuously expanding the lab. Currently we have three fluorescence microscopes (one wide field and two confocal) and a range of CW and pulsed lasers, covering the visible region. We also have a pulsed continuum laser. One of the confocal microscopes is equipped with a piezoelectric scanner, 2 avalanche photodiodes (APD) for single molecule fluorescence measurements and a Princeton Spectrograph to acquire fluorescence as well as Raman spectra. Signal from the APDs are collected by a Becker & Hickl SPC-830 time-correlated single photon counting card which allows to reconstruct fluorescence decay time profiles, intensity traces and intensity correlation (e.g. like F.C.S.)
Laser sources at wide field microscope setup.
Confocal microscope setup with piezo scanner.