Physics at Virginia
Picoquant will present an overview of its technology based on Time Correlated Single Photon Counting. We will illustrate how this technology is used for Time-Resolved Analysis. Dr. Michael Wahl will present recent TCSPC advances in concept and technology leading to a new modular architecture allowing scalability in terms of the number of input channels, while using one common synchronization channel. Real-time sorting in hardware ensures delivering a single output data stream that contains time-tag records for all events from all inputs in correct temporal order, even at very high photon rates.

Nick Bertone from OEC will provide an overview on Photon Counting Detectors, this will include detectors with High Detection Efficiency, Fast timing resolution, Arrays and new developments.

Atomic Physics Seminar
Friday, April 20, 2012
10:00 AM
Physics Building, Room 313
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