New materials for electronics

Performing both experimental characterisation and theoretical analysis of the electronic/magnetoelectronic properties of various materials and devices

Keywords and applications

Lab-grown diamond thin-films; electronic materials (insulators, semiconductors, metals and superconductors); magnetoelectronic materials (magnetic semiconductors and magnetic metals)

Electronic devices; magnetoelectronic devices for magnetic field sensing


This laboratory hosts various state-of-the-art spectroscopy, general light measurement and characterisation setups. The research conducted in this lab focuses on the study of phenomena resulting from the interaction of light and matter on macro-, micro- and nanoscale and the development of novel devices based on such effects.


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Light measurements
Light source calibration, intensity measurements, LED measurements, spatial distribution of sources, total spectral and luminous flux measurements.
Time-resolved laser spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, reflection/transmission spectroscopy, temperature-dependent spectroscopy, diffuse reflection spectroscopy


Technical specification of equipment

  • Spectra Physics Tsunami Mode locked Ti-Sapphire Laser (sub 35 fs)
  • He-Cd Laser, 325 nm, Kimmon Koha
  • Laser Scanning Microscope, Nikon Eclipse TE2000
  • Streak Camera System for Time Resolved Spectroscopy, Model C10627; Hamamatsu Photonics
  • Custom-built Leakage-Radiation Microscope
  • Integrating Sphere, Lab Sphere RTC-060-SF
  • Spectrometer, Princeton Instruments Acton SP2150
  • 4 K Closed Cycle Refrigerator System, Janis
  • Spectrophotometer, UV-1200-PC Frederiksen
  • Custom-built Photogoniometer


Jacek Fiutowski
Associate professor, PhD
Mads Clausen Institute

T +45 6550 1678

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