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Manipulating light, mass and energy with plasmonic nanotechnology

Seminar

Chemistry

By: Yuebing Zheng
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
From: The University of Texas at Austin
When: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Dell Butcher Hall
180
Abstract: By coupling electromagnetic field to coherent oscillation of free electrons, surface plasmons can concentrate light into nanoscale beyond the free-space diffraction limit. We exploit plasmonic nanotechnology to manipulate light, mass and energy at the nanoscale for emerging applications. Herein, I present our progress in three areas: (I) user-friendly low-power optothermal manipulations of colloidal particles and biological cells [1-10]; (II) plasmon-induced resonant energy transfer and hot-electron injection at metal-molecule and metal-semiconductor hybrids [11-16]; and (III) moire metasurfaces and metamaterials [17-21].