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Design of motorized optical system used for focusing of a laser beam
Zobač, Evžen ; Novotný, Karel (referee) ; Novotný, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the structural and optomechanical design of automatization of focusing laser beam for a remote laser spectroscopy device. The chosen solution uses an active rangefinder and a rotary unit to control the change of the focus plane of the device's optic system. The dependence of the focus plane’s change on the shift of lens in the focus plane was practically measured. For proper control of the rotary unit, this dependency is needed. Structural parts were made based on the created drawing documentation. The structural parts were mounted in the existing assembly of the device together with the purchased components. The proposed solution enables a change of the optical system, for example, in order to obtain a more appropriate range of focal planes.
Time-resolved spectroscopy of wide-bandgap semiconductors
Martínek, Miroslav ; Trojánek, František (advisor)
In this thesis experimental samples of multiple quantum wells in the InGaN/GaN structures will be compared using methods of laser spectroscopy. In particular, the optical properties of the samples will be investigated. The samples were prepared under different conditions; therefore one of the aims is to compare them. The knowledge of the influence of preparation enables utilization not only for fundamental research, but also for the construction of radiation sources or scintillation detectors. Measurements of absorption and photoluminescence will be carried out and their dynamic properties will be measured as well. There will be examined the effect of different excitation power and different excitation wavelength on the intensity of photoluminescence. From dynamic properties there will be examined the effect of different excitation wavelength on the lifetime of the absorption and how does temperature influence the lifetime of the photoluminescence. Individual quantities will be compared amongst samples and their suitability for further applications will be discussed.
Laser spectroscopy of crystalline and nanocrystalline diamond
Zukerstein, Martin ; Trojánek, František (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is a study of NV centres in crystalline and nanocrystalline diamond by laser spectroscopy methods. In the theoretical part we discuss the laser spectroscopy methods, the studied material - diamond and the NV colour centres. In the experimental part we discuss the influence of nanoparticle size on luminescence spectra. We measure the luminescence of samples at room and also at low temperatures depending on the intensity and wavelength of the excitation. We study the photo-conversion of negatively charged state of NV centres to the neutral in detail. We make the time resolved measurements of the luminescence on streak camera for characterization the dynamical properties of the studied samples. The result is the comparison of lifetimes of the states in NV centres in selected samples.
Time-resolved spectroscopy of wide-bandgap semiconductors
Martínek, Miroslav ; Trojánek, František (advisor) ; Žídek, Karel (referee)
In this thesis experimental samples of multiple quantum wells in the InGaN/GaN structures will be compared using methods of laser spectroscopy. In particular, the optical properties of the samples will be investigated. The samples were prepared under different conditions; therefore one of the aims is to compare them. The knowledge of the influence of preparation enables utilization not only for fundamental research, but also for the construction of radiation sources or scintillation detectors. Measurements of absorption and photoluminescence will be carried out and their dynamic properties will be measured as well. There will be examined the effect of different excitation power and different excitation wavelength on the intensity of photoluminescence. From dynamic properties there will be examined the effect of different excitation wavelength on the lifetime of the absorption and how does temperature influence the lifetime of the photoluminescence. Individual quantities will be compared amongst samples and their suitability for further applications will be discussed.
Laser spectroscopy of crystalline and nanocrystalline diamond
Zukerstein, Martin ; Trojánek, František (advisor) ; Preclíková, Jana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is a study of NV centres in crystalline and nanocrystalline diamond by laser spectroscopy methods. In the theoretical part we discuss the laser spectroscopy methods, the studied material - diamond and the NV colour centres. In the experimental part we discuss the influence of nanoparticle size on luminescence spectra. We measure the luminescence of samples at room and also at low temperatures depending on the intensity and wavelength of the excitation. We study the photo-conversion of negatively charged state of NV centres to the neutral in detail. We make the time resolved measurements of the luminescence on streak camera for characterization the dynamical properties of the studied samples. The result is the comparison of lifetimes of the states in NV centres in selected samples.
Modular System for Elemental Analysis using Laser Spectroscopy
Klempa, Tomáš ; Polach, Pavel (referee) ; Křupka, Ivan (advisor)
This diploma thesis is solved for AtomTrace Company and describes mechanical design of modular system for elemental analysis using laser spectroscopy. Object of this thesis is to create at once compact and modular system, with addition of liquid analysis module. System described in this work came out from current solution and is capable of interaction of new and previous modules. New solution is more economical both in budget and mass, whole system is fully functional and liquid analysis module with flat jet has 40 % stability, as described in experiments. The benefit of this work is possible future integration of system or separate modules into the AtomTrace portfolio and industry applications.
Modification of Targeting Camera for a Remote Laser Spectroscopy
Klempa, Tomáš ; Ficza, Ildikó (referee) ; Brada, Michal (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the modification of targeting camera for remote laser spectroscopy. Targeting camera will be used on remote laser spectroscopy unit to study its features in laboratory of Institute of Physical Engineering on University of Mechanical Engineering Brno and to study the affect of external environment to analytic ability. The thesis contains a brief overview of the current stage of knowledge, designs of stroctural variations and the description of parts of designed device.
Focusing system for Ti:Sa laser in the LIBS+LIFS setup
Vémola, Tomáš ; Křupka, Ivan (referee) ; Kaiser, Jozef (advisor)
In this work, the problem of focusing Ti:Sapphire laser beam into LIBS+LIFS interaction chamber is resolved. The task is to design an optical setup with demanded properties. Short theoretical description of the basic principles of atomic spectroscopy, mostly for LIF experiments in LIBS plasma, is also discussed.