Our powerful infrastructure permits us to study photoexcitation dynamics in advanced electroactive materials by means of time-resolved and quasi-steady-state optical spectroscopies. We benefit from the equipment outlined in this page. It was acquired by grants from the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, as well as start-up funding from the Université de Montréal. We also benefit from access to shared RQMP infrastructure.
Experimental capabilities of our laboratories