The Laboratory for Nano and Micro Photonics is located at the Center for Discovery and Innovation (CDI) at City College. In addition, the group also has access to the newly constructed 3000 sq ft nanofabrication facility at the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC). The CDI and ASRC are a set of two new buildings that opened Fall 2014 in the south end of City College.
* Fourier space microscopy to map dispersion of photonic structures and radiation pattern of nanomaterials.
* Time resolved luminescenceTHE CDI and ASRC buildings on south campus of CCNY
* Confocal microscopy combined with quantum correlation (Hanbury Brown and Twiss)
* Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy
* Low temperature (4K) confocal microscopy and spectroscopy (steady state and time resolved)
* Angle resolved reflection and photoluminescence (10K)
* Photoluminescence Excitation (PLE)
* Single photon emission spectroscopy
* Near field scanning optical microscopy
* Structured illumination microscopy (under development)
* Ultrafast tunable laser (Toptica TVIS), NdYAG laser, variety of diode lasers, HeCd UV laser etc.

Fabrication facilities: The ASRC located steps from our lab on the CCNY campus has state of the art fabrication tools including electron beam lithography (Elionix 100 keV), Focused ion beam etcher, Reactive ion etcher, plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition, etc. In addition, our group also has access to the cleanroom and characterization facility at the Center for functional Nanomaterials at Brookhaven National Laboratories. In addition to the Nanofabrication facility at CUNY ASRC , we have facilities for
* 2D material exfoliation and transfer
* Spin coating and self-assembly
* Soft-lithography

Modeling: The group also has several computational tools for modeling of photonic structures and light-matter interaction including
* Finite Difference Time Domain Simulation software
* COMSOL Multiphysics
* Other in house developed simulation tools for designing photonic structures.

Shared Departmental Facility
* X-ray diffraction
* Scanning Electron Microscope
* Transmission Electron Microscope
* Confocal Raman microscope

Access to Facilities at Brookhaven National Laboratories
* Spectroscopic Ellipsometer
* Z-Scan measurement
* Ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy
* Confocal luminescence imaging set up
* Nanofabrication