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Ultrafast spectroscopy


Ultrafast spectroscopy uses ultrashort light pulse sequences to study photoinduced dynamic processes in molecules, nanostructures and solids. At SDU, we focus on time-resolved spectroscopy to trace dynamics in materials that detect light emission phenomena occurring in extremely short periods. Within this research field, we monitor and analyse the temporal decay of photo- and electroluminescence signals of organic materials and devices with sub-nanosecond time and diffraction-limited spatial resolution to improve the performance and device lifetime. Here, we investigate degradation processes or the interaction of thin organic layers and fibers with nanostructured substrates.


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Jacek Fiutowski

  • Associate professor at SDU NanoSYD since 2015
  • PhD in Physics from Jagiellonian University Cracow, Poland
  • Research interests: Nanophotonics, nanofabrication, nanoimaging, nanoparticles & sensors

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Till Leißner

  • Associate professor at the Mads Clausen Institute , SDU, since 2019
  • PhD in Physics from Kiel University
  • Research interests: Nano-optics, nanofabrication and correlated microscopy

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Last Updated 04.08.2023