Molecular optoelectronics Laboratory

Equipment/facility: lab

    Description

    The Bashouti’s lab is a multidisciplinary lab of recent acquisition of advanced science and technology which are combined to explore the interactions between molecules and interfaces.

    In our lab we conjugate national and international experts in science (Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry) & in Engineering (Material, Electrical and Chemical) with cutting-edge research across a basic science and nanotechnology application in molecular interfaces/molecular opto-electronic and length scales ranging from sub-micro to a single nanometer.
    Techniques include X-Ray-Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), Photoelectron Yield (PYS), Kelvin Probe (KP), and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM). Research fields includes, material engineering, surface functionalization, energy transfer at interfaces, opto-electronic characterization, theoretical and simulations. Software includes Matlab, Python and COMSOL.
    The lab is located at the Swiss institute, at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Sede-Boqer campus, south Israel.

    Equipment (significant):
    Kelvin probe force microscopy, Photoelectron emission spectroscopy

    Details

    NameLab's Technician: Shlomo Kapalo
    Photo associated with equipment - Muhammad_Bashouti.jpg

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