A new, more sensitive method to analyse species and materials at a microscopic level
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) is an important tool in science, enabling researchers to gain deeper insights into the structure and function of different materials, yet classical methods have relatively low levels of sensitivity. The PETER project is developing a new, more sensitive method to analyse species and materials at a microscopic level.
Plasmon-enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy will mean a revolution in the field of EPR by opening new possibilities to in-situ study of wide variety of materials for scientific, technological and medical purposes.
Stories related to PETER project
Enhancing the optical sensing properties of semiconductors in the field of medical diagnostics, photovoltaics and light harvesting
Introduce a new generation of electron microscopes that will obtain images with no defects at a high resolution
Creating a tiny optical microscope that is capable of observing the interior of living cells in real time