First Floor Facilities

Prototyping Cleanroom

Rapid prototyping, inspection and testing of advanced nanophotonic devices.

Quantum Devices Manufacturing Facility

Manufacturing of quantum nanophotonic devices with on-demand positioning of quantum nanoscale light sources.

T-CEM Facility

Nanoscale, time-resolved, cryogenic, hyperspectral cathodoluminescence optical spectroscopy in UV-NIR spectral range.


Microspectral photoanalysis of nanophotonic devices, from the UV to the NIR spectral range.

Near-field Nanophotonics

Development and characterization of ultra-compact nanophotonic and optoelectronic devices at deeply subwavelength scale.

Ultrafast Nanophotonics

Probing light-matter interactions with femtosecond time resolution in nanoscale photonic platforms.


Atoms and Nanophotonics

Exploring interactions of atoms with tailored light using nanophotonics and metamaterial devices.

Quantum Nanophotonics

Design and exploration of coherent interactions of quantum light and matter in nanophotonic landscapes.

Infrared Nanophotonics

Novel infrared nanophotonic device architectures for classical and quantum nanoscale light sources, detectors and sensors.

Second Floor Facilities

Terahertz Photonics

Terahertz photonic devices for 6G communications, molecular sensing, and probing high temperature superconductivity.

Microwave Photonics

Rapid prototyping and characterization of microwave photonic devices, including automated field mapping and vector network analysis.


Raman Spectroscopy

High pressure Raman and photoluminescence studies of 2 dimensional and perovskite materials.

Quantum Materials

Molecular Beam Epitaxy-ARPES-Sputtering Cluster for the growth and characterization of topological and superconducting thin films.


Superresolution Microscopy Room

Superresolution Microscopy

Pushing the limits of imaging and metrology down to the molecular scale with topological light illumination and artificial-intelligence.


Project Room

Facilitating ideas exchanges and collaborations among CDPT projects and researchers.