About us

Summary

Laboratory activity

The long-term aim of the Laboratory of Raman Spectroscopy is to characterize the structure and quality of materials used in optoelectronics and photovoltaics. Its activities are focused on the study of silicon nanostructures' and nanocrystalline thin films' properties. We also investigate the properties of hybrid organo-metalic perovskites, which, thanks to their properties and simple preparation process, attract the attention of many scientists and companies. Furthermore, in cooperation with other groups within the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the laboratory instruments are used for research of nanocrystalline diamonds or graphene. A combination of Raman microspectroscopy, photoluminescence spectroscopy (Renishaw inVia Reflex) and atomic force microscopy (NT-MDT NTEGRA SPECTRA AFM) is available.

Arrangement of Laboratory of the Raman Spectroscopy with two Renishaw inVia Reflex spectrometers and possibility of measuring in a glove box with nitrogen atmosphere.
Description

Arrangement of Laboratory of the Raman Spectroscopy with two Renishaw inVia Reflex spectrometers and possibility of measuring in a glove box with nitrogen atmosphere.

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Raman lab creation

Expertise

  • Raman spectroscopy – RNDr. Martin Ledinský, Ph.D.  - Solid State Physics and Magnetism (BM)
  • Photo-response of Thin Semiconductor Layers on Local Scale (AFM)  – RNDr. Martin Ledinský, Ph.D.  - Solid State Physics and Magnetism (BM)

Students

Ph.D. students:
Ing. Aleš Vlk – Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, supervisor: RNDr. Martin Ledinský, Ph.D.

Other students:
Roman Dvořák – Czech Technical University in Prague

Past students:
Ing. Tereza Schönfeldová – Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, 2018
Ing. Kristína Ganzerová – Technical University of Liberec, 2016
Ing. Robin Schilhart – Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, 2013