Nanophotonics and Plasmonics

Invited Speakers:

  • Gilberto Brambilla, University of Southampton, U. K.
    Glass nanowires for nonlinear optics and sensing: a top-down approach
  • Wei-Shun Chang, Rice University, USA
    Optically Launched Acoustic Phonon Modes Reveal Adhesion Strength to Substrate Supported Gold Nanodisks
  • Brian Julsgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark
    Light emission from group-IV nanostructures in silicon
  • Michael A. Filler, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    Taming the Blackbody: Thermal Radiation Spectrum Engineering with Plasmonic Semiconductor Nanowires
  • Lasse Karvonen, Aalto University, Finland
    Investigation of optical nonlinearities in graphene and layered semiconductors by multiphoton imaging
  • Ken Knappenberger, Florida State University, USA
    Nonlinear optical imaging of plasmonic nanostructures at the limits of temporal resolution and spatial precision
  • Katsuyuki Nobusada, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
    Spatiotemporal near-field excitation dynamics in nanostructures
  • Shanlin Pan, The University of Alabama, USA
    Surface-enhanced solar energy harvesting and conversion using plasmon active nanostructures
  • Kevin L. Shuford, Baylor University, USA
    Plasmonic nanostructures for sensing and energy applications
  • Isabell Thomann, Rice University, USA
    Light Management in Extremely Thin Photoelectrode Architectures
  • Ventsislav K. Valev, University of Cambridge, UK
    From nanojets to threading plasmonic nanoparticle strings with light
  • Fabrice Vallee, CNRS – Universite Lyon 1, France
    Optical response of a single deposited metal nano-object
  • Nianqiang Wu, West Virginia University, USA
    Resonance energy transfer and hot electron transfer from plasmonic metal to semiconductor: Applications in solar energy harvesting
  • Hui Wang, University of South Carolina, USA
    Bridging the Particle Size Gap for Nanoplasmonics and Nanocatalysis
  • Sanshui Xiao, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    Enhanced light-matter interaction in graphene-metal hybrid system
  • Yujie Xiong, University of Science and Technology of China, China
    Boosting the photocatalytic efficiency of semiconductors via design of charge-transfer hybrid structures



Workshop Chair:

  • W. David Wei, University of Florida, USA


Operating Organization



University of Electronic Science and Technology of China