The Laboratory for Imaging and Kinetic Spectroscopy (IMAKS) at NC State University is located in Partners III building on Centennial Campus and is a part of the Department of Chemistry. It was established by Professor Stefan Franzen in 2002 as a vibrational spectroscopy facility. Funding was provided by private foundations, the National Science Foundation and NC State University. In the summer of 2007 the facility took over responsibility for the microscopes that had previously been part of a research center and thus entered into the field of optical microscopy. With Professor Felix (Phil) Castellano joining the Department in 2013, the research scope of the facility expanded into the areas of time-resolved emission and transient absorption spectroscopy on subpico- to microsecond time scales.
Subpicosecond UVVIS-NIR Time-resolved Transient Absorption Spectrometer
Subpicosecond Mid-IR Time-resolved Transient Absorption Spectrometer
Nanosecond UVVIS Time-resolved Transient Absorption Spectrometer
Edinburgh Instruments Mini-Tau Fluorescence Lifetime Spectrometer
CW UVVIS Edinburgh Instruments FLS980 Fluorescence Spectrometer
Multi-purpose CW Raman/Laser Induced Fluorescence Spectrometer
CW General Purpose Mid-IR Bruker Alpha FTIR Spectrometer
Zeiss LSM Pascal Laser Scanning Inverted Confocal Microscope
Zeiss Axiovert 35 Inverted Confocal Microscope
Zeiss Axioplan 2 Upright Fluorescence Microscope
Leitz Diavert Inverted Confocal Microscope
For additional information about the facility please contact IMAKS Director, Dr. Evgeny Danilov (email@example.com).