Quantum nanoPhotonics Lab, University of Southampton

Quantum nanoPhotonics Lab

Facilities

 

The QnP Laboratory 

The QnP Lab is a 45 mt2 temperature-controlled lab, completely refurbished in 2013. The laboratory is furnished with three ultralow-vibration optical tables placed in a U-shape configuration and surmounted by a full-lenght overhanging rack for electrical equipment. The optical tables are equipped with lasers (Ti-Sapph, Tunable), spectrometer, microscope, waveguide characterization setup and Helium cryostat for low-temperature measurements.   

The Southampton Nanofabrication Centre

NRC

The Southampton Nanofabrication Centre is a state-of-the-art facility for microfabrication and high-spec nanofabrication, as well as a wide range of characterisation capabilities housed in the new Mountbatten Complex at the University of Southampton. One of the premiere cleanrooms in Europe, the Centre has a uniquely broad range of technologies, combining traditional and novel top down fabrication with state-of-the-art bottom up fabrication.

Interactive Map

Walkthrough

 

The Nanomaterials Rapid Prototyping Facility

The NanoMaterials Rapid Prototyping Facility is a semi-cleanroom environment equipped for the fabrication and analysis of NanoMaterials (Physics, Building 46).