FACILITIES

I. Popmintchev LABS – San Diego

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO – Physics Department and Center for Advanced Nanoscience

Advanced laser labs, >2200 sq. ft. cleanroom space:

 

  • Ultrafast femtosecond lasers
    Mid-infrared range: 1100 nm – 2400nm
    Near-infrared range: 800 nm
    UV range: 270 – 400 nm

 

  • Coherent extreme UV – X-ray attosecond light:
    2.2 nm – 80 nm (550 eV – 15 eV)

 

II. Popmintchev LABS – Vienna

VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY – Photonics Institute

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  • Ultrafast femtosecond lasers
    Mid-infrared range: 1400 nm – 4000 nm
    Near-infrared range: 1030 nm

 

  • Coherent extreme UV – X-ray attosecond light
    0.7 nm – 10 nm (1600 eV – 120 eV)

 

 

 

III. SAN DIEGO SUPERCOMPUTER CENTER

SDSC San Diego Supercomputer Center
Comet Supercomputer
Gordon Supercomputer
TSCC Supercomputer

IV. CENTER FOR ADVANCED NANOSCIENCE

CAN Center for Advanced Nanoscience

V. CALIT2 and NANO3 – NANOSCIENCE AND CLEANROOM FACILITIES

Giving the changing climate of competitiveness, the University of California has leveraged its strong research and technical capabilities to create a secret weapon: the California Institutes for Science and Innovation (Cal ISIs), which have the ability to drive innovation. Calit2 is taking ideas beyond theory into practice, accelerating innovation and shortening the time to product development and job creation. Where the university traditionally has focused on education and research, Calit2 extends that focus to include development and deployment of prototype infrastructure for testing new solutions in a real-world context.

NANO3 Cleanrooms

VI. CAMPUS RESEARCH MACHINE SHOP

CRSM Campus Research Machine Shop

 

 

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