Time-resolved SEM and TEM technology for nanophotonics

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We are developing femtosecond electron beam techniques, based on 3 GHz microwave cavities accurately synchronized to a mode-locked laser, for pump-probe electron diffraction and microscopy experiments. We propose to excite plasmons at the nanoscale with the femtosecond pulsed electron beam, and study both the emitted light, using nonlinear optical gating techniques, and the energy loss suffered by the electrons. The latter may be accomplished by a new time-resolved, TM110- cavity-based EELS technique we recently proposed. At TU/e a femtosecond SEM setup is currently operational. In the end of 2014 a femtosecond TEM will be installed in our lab as well.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Eventconference; EBSN workshop - AMOLF, 3 juni 2014; 2014-06-03; 2014-06-03 -
Duration: 3 Jun 20143 Jun 2014

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Conferenceconference; EBSN workshop - AMOLF, 3 juni 2014; 2014-06-03; 2014-06-03
Period3/06/143/06/14
OtherEBSN workshop - AMOLF, 3 juni 2014

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electron beams
transmission electron microscopy
cavities
scanning electron microscopy
plasmons
electron microscopy
electron diffraction
energy dissipation
pumps
microwaves
probes
lasers
electrons

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Luiten, O. J. (2014). Time-resolved SEM and TEM technology for nanophotonics. conference; EBSN workshop - AMOLF, 3 juni 2014; 2014-06-03; 2014-06-03, .
Luiten, O.J. / Time-resolved SEM and TEM technology for nanophotonics. conference; EBSN workshop - AMOLF, 3 juni 2014; 2014-06-03; 2014-06-03, .
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