Two doctoral students working on the nanospectroscopy of an artificially structured nanomaterial at the Institute of Applied Physics, 2011.
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Projects

NOA is divided into three project areas A, B, C and one service project area Z.
Two doctoral students working on the nanospectroscopy of an artificially structured nanomaterial at the Institute of Applied Physics, 2011.
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper (University of Jena)

A - Modeling nonlinear optics down to atomic scales

B - Nonlinear optics of atomically thin 2D systems

Day of Physics at the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics  in 2017.
Laboratory work on optically exciting an 2D material at the Abbe Center of Photonics, 2018.
Two doctoral students working on the nanospectroscopy of an artificially structured nanomaterial at the Institute of Applied Physics, 2011.
Lab work at the Institute of Applied Physics, 2018.
Experimental laser setup for the characterization of 2D heterostructures.

C - Plasmon-enhanced nonlinear optics in low-dimensional hybrids

Laser laboratory for nonlinear optics at the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics, 2015.
Surface analysis laboratory at the Institute of Solid State Physics, 2018.
Spectroscopy laboratory at the Abbe Center of Photonics, 2016.
Electron microscopy at the Institute of Solid State Physics, 2012.

Management of the CRC

Prof. Stefanie Gräfe and Prof. Ulf Peschel.
NOA spring school 2020 in Jena.
Gräfe, Peschel, Ronning, Staude
Customized, e-beam lithography-based wafer fabrication in the shared clean room of the Fraunhofer IOF Jena, 2018.