revolutionizes near-field optical microscopy

full characterization of wave-attenuation, mode-profile & dispersion

by amplitude- & phase-resolved detection of local electromagnetic fields

guaranteed performance in the entire visible range

by patented 100% background-free detection technology & ultra-stable aberration-free focusing

coverage of the entire scope of plasmonics applications

by flexible illumination options, detection and focusing onto the sample or the tip

VIS-neaSCOPE+s is optimized for robust amplitude- and phase-resolved vector field mapping in the visible spectral range. It utilizes best-in-class s-SNOM technologies for near-field imaging and spectroscopy of plasmonic nanostructures and waveguide structures.

VIS-neaSCOPE+s provides the most flexible beam-path configuration capable of polarization resolved-measurements, side & bottom illumination synchronized with the sample motion. It is upgradable with IR and TERS capabilities.

Customer Feedback

Dr. Guy Bartal

Technion, Department of Electrical Engineering Haifa, Israel

Our neaSCOPE microscope supported us to be the first to develop the research field of optical skyrmions and set the stage for a new platform for information processing, transfer and storage applications.

Dr. Jiayu He

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics State, Key Laboratory of Catalysis, China

The neaSNOM is the most powerful tool for plasmonic studies. It provides both, the spatial resolution and the complex field mapping, which is essential to the success of our projects.

Prof. Huanjun Chen

Sun Yat-sen University, School of Physics and Engineering, China

The neaSCOPE microscope boosted my research in plasmonic properties of noble metal nanocrystals, optical resonances of dielectric nanostructures, and plasmon polaritons of graphene-like two dimensional nanomaterials.

Dr. Zhe Fei

Iowa State University, Department of Physics and Astronomy, USA

With its ultra-small & ultra-fast capabilities as well as the highly-compatible & user-friendly design, the neaSCOPE near-field microscope offers us unique opportunities to uncover the intriguing nano-optical phenomena of novel two-dimensional materials.