Department of complex matter

Time resolved Spectroscopy


Time resolved optical spectroscopy in the pump-probe configuration is used to study femtosecond to nanosecond transient phenomena in various correlated electron systems. Laser systems used are several sub-50 fs diode pumped Ti:sapphire oscillators with Ti:sapphire amplifiers operating at 1 and 250 kHz, with UV, visible and IR optical parametric amplifiers, enabling studies of photoinduced transient changes in reflectivity-transmission in the range between 0.1 – 3 eV. White-light broadband probes are also available spanning 1.1-2 eV and 1.6-2.6 eV ranges. In collaboration with Center of excellence in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology pump-probe experiments in external magnetic field up to 7 T are also possible.

 

 

Responsible Person:

  • Asst. Prof. Tomaž Mertelj

    Department of Complex Matter
    Jožef Stefan Institute
    Jamova 39
    SI-1000 Ljubljana
    Slovenia

     
     

    Room: C 216
    Tel: + 386 1 477 3313
    Fax: + 386 1 477 3998
    tomaz.mertelj@ijs.si