brings terahertz analysis to the nanoscale
largest compatibility to broadband & single-frequency THz sources
with complete spectral coverage by using all-reflective optics
comprehensive correlative analysis with photo-current mapping, pump-probe spectroscopy & nano-FTIR
by modular system & multi-port beam-path design
low cost, compact and fully integrated THz nanoscopy
based on affordable THz TDS technology
THz-neaSCOPE+s enables THz imaging and spectroscopy at the nanoscale. A fully integrated, turn-key configuration based on a compact THz-TDS system allows immediate investigations of conductivity phenomena in semiconducting nanostructures, 2D nanomaterials and novel complex material systems.
THz-neaSCOPE+s also supports various free-space coupled THz and sub-THz sources and provides unprecedently large access to the probing tip. In conjunction with the most flexible software integration among all SPM instrument on the market, THz-neaSCOPE+s is the most flexible instrument for nanoscale THz analysis.
Prof. Daniel Mittleman
Brown University School of Engineering, Rhode Island, USA
The neaSCOPE near-field microscope and it’s user-friendly software offer us an incredible flexibility for the realization of our unique experiments – without compromises in robustness, handling and ease-of-use.
Aleksandar D. Rakić
University of Queensland, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Australia
Our neaSCOPE microscope contributes to the development of sensing and imaging systems exploiting the THz spectrum for applications from security and defense to in vivo biomedical imaging.
Prof. Huabin Wang
Institute of Green and Intelligent Technology, Chongqing, China
Our neaSCOPE powered with a THz TDS source enable us to open new routes to imaging single biomolecules with THz techniques.
Prof. Miriam Vitiello
NEST- CNR Istituto Nanoscienze, Pisa, Italy
neaSCOPE is one of the key tools of our interdisciplinary research centre dedicated to nanoscience and nanotechnology at the frontier of basic and applied research.