报告题目：Manipulating Light at the Nano-Scale： Lenses, Holograms and Vortices
报告题目:Smart Optical Materials by Nanoscale Assembly报 告 人:殷亚东教授 加州大学河滨分校邀 请 人:张勤远教授报告时间:7月3日15:00报告地点:发光材料与器件国家重点实验室402会议室欢迎广大师生参加！材料科学与工程学院2018年6月29日报告摘要：Smart materials hold great promises for many intrigue applications as they exhibit chemical and physical responses to the applied external stimuli. This presentation will focus on nanostructured materials with responsive optical properties that can find applications in printing, sensing, signage, security documents, and displays. We will discuss our recent progresses on the development of chemical and assembly approaches for the fabrication of various nanostructured materials whose optical properties can be dynamically tuned by controlling the spatial arrangement of the nanoscale building blocks. Many novel optical materials could be developed by manipulating the diffraction, refraction, birefringence, and electronic resonances through controlling the interaction between light and the nanostructures.报告人介绍:Prof. Yadong Yin received his B.S. and M.S. in Chemistry from the University of Science and Technology of China (with Prof. Zhicheng Zhang), and PhD from the University of Washington, Seattle (with Prof. Younan Xia). In 2003 he became a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Prof. A. Paul Alivisatos, and then a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 2005. He joined the faculty at the Department of Chemistry, University of California, Riverside as an Assistant Professor in 2006, and then he was promoted to Full Professor in 2014. His research interest focuses on the synthesis, self-assembly, and functionalization of nanostructured materials for catalytic, analytical, and photonic applications. His recent recognitions include Cottrell Scholar Award , DuPont Young Professor Grant , 3M Nontenured Faculty Grant , NSF CAREER award , and NML Researcher Award . He was ranked by Thomson Reuters among the Top 100 Chemists and Top 100 Materials Scientists in the world in the period of 2000-2010, as well as the Highly Cited Researcher in Chemistry (2014-2016) and Materials Science , based on the citation impact. He is currently an associate editor of the Journal of Materials Chemistry C, and also serves on the editorial board for Research, NPG Asia Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, SCIENCE CHINA Materials, and ChemNanoMat.
报告题目：LiquidCrystal-Enabled Tunable Micro/Nanophotonic Devices
报告人及题目：1.Peng Chen (Microneedle-Based Theranostic Patches) 2.Hongwei Duan (Surface-Engineered Plasmonic Nanostructures for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications) 3.Kanyi Pu (Semiconducting Polymer Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications) 主 持 人：王均 教授报告时间：2019年4月12日14:30-17:30报告地点：大学城校区B2-101会议室欢迎广大师生踊跃参加!生物医学科学与工程学院2019年4月9日报告人简介：After receiving bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Zhejiang University , Dr Peng Chencompleted his doctorate in electrical engineering with research focus on electrophysiology at University of Missouri - Columbia in 2002. Then he did his post-doctoral training in Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University where he conducted research on nanopore based single-molecule sensing and rapid DNA sequencing. In 2005, Dr. Chen joined Division of Bioengineering at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) as an assistant professor. He is now a full professor of bioengineering in school of chemical & biomedical engineering and a fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry. Dr. Chen’s group works on nanomaterials and biomedical engineering. He has published ~200 papers in reputable journals such as Advanced Materials, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, Physical Review Letters, Advanced Functional Materials, Chemical Society Reviews, etc., which have received >13000 citation counts according to Web of Science.Hongwei Duan is an associate professor in the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Nanyang Technological University . He received his B.S in applied chemistry and M.S. degree in polymer chemistry and physics from Fudan University, and completed his PhD thesis at Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in 2005. Before joining NTU in 2009, he had his postdoctoral training at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology. His current research focuses on understanding surface/interface properties of micro- and nano-structures for tailored optical, electronic, magnetic, and catalytic properties, and exploring their biomedical and environmental applications. Dr. Kanyi Puhas been an Associate Professor in the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Nanyang Technological University since June 2015. He did his MS at Fudan University in China, and his PhD at National University of Singapore in Singapore. He moved to Stanford University School of Medicine for his postdoctoral study in 2011. Dr. Pu has published more than 125 journal papers, 3 book chapters and 6 patents. With a h-index of 56 (March 2019). He has won a number of awards for his creative work, including the Distinguished Lectureship Award from the chemistry society of Japan, Wiley award for contribution in bioscience, young investigator travel award, and young innovator award in nanobiotechnology by Nano Research. Dr. Pu serves as the associate editor for ACS Applied Polymer Materials, and sits on the editorial advisory board of Advanced Functional Materials, Bioconjugate Chemistry, ACS Applied Bio Materials, Advanced Biosystems, and ChemNanoMat.
报 告 人：黄坤 研究员
报告人：Yanjun Liu,Southern University of Science and Technology
Centennial Physics Lectures at Peking University
主 持 人：李志远 教授
Lecture 5: Manipulating and Transforming Photons with Nanotechnology: From Photo-Physics to Emerging Technologies
By Prof. Paras N. Prasad
at the Institute for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics, Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Electrical Engineering and Medicine,
澳门威斯尼斯人手机版，Liquidcrystals are a class of anisotropic materials that possess the smallest elasticconstants and the largest birefringence among all known materials. By virtue oftheir organic nature, they can be chemically synthesized and processed on avery large scale. More importantly, they are also compatible with almost alltechnologically important optoelectronic materials. Here, I will briefly reviewour recent work on liquid crystal based active micro/nanophotonic devices,which could play an important role in the future development of nanophotoniccircuits, light sources, imaging and displays.
State University of New York at Buffalo
Dr. Yanjun Liu is currently anassociate professor at Southern University of Science and Technology ,China. He received his Ph.D. degree in photonics from Nanyang TechnologicalUniversity, Singapore, in 2007, M.S. degree in optics from Fudan University,China, in 2003, and B.E. degree in optoelectronics from Shandong University,China, in 2000. Before joining SUSTech, he was a research scientist in ASTAR,Singapore , and postdoctoral scholar in Penn State University and European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy . His research interests include liquid crystal photonics, activeplasmonics and metamaterials, etc. He is experienced in polymermicro/nano-photonic structures, liquid crystal devices, and laser holograms. Hehas authored/co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed journal publications and over30 peer-reviewed conference papers in his research fields. He is the recipientof Chinese government award for outstanding self-financed students abroad, ICTPTRIL programme fellowship in Italy, and the 12th thousand young talents plan.
Thursday, 02:00 pm, May 31, 2012
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报告题目：Manipulating Light at the Nano-Scale： Lenses, Holograms and Vortices
Sunny Hall, Yingjie Exchange Center
内容摘要：Benefitting from the rapid development of nanotechnology, nano-scale manipulation of light in terms of its phase, amplitude, polarization and wavelength is available and opens the door to metamaterials/metasurfaces and nanophotonics. This presentation is focused on three basic problems in nanophotonics. First, focusing light into a nanoscale spot will be discussed with the theoretical prediction of its real diffraction limitation, design methods of planar metalens, experimental realization and its applications in optical super-resolution imaging and nanofabrication. Second, shaping light to reconstruct a holographic image is another hot topic including metasurface holograms and nanosieve holograms that will be presented with simulated and experimental results such as having no high-order diffraction and twin-image issues, ultra-broadband operation, large angle-of-view, high uniformity, etc. Finally, nano-structuring light with a helical wavefront related to its orbital angular momentum provides a novel approach to realize the compact and polarization-sensitive vortex generator. The twisted focusing and continuous generation of optical OAMs will be demonstrated.
报告人简介：Dr. Kun Huang is currently a research professor at University of Science and Technology of China and selected as 100-Talent Plan of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He got his bachelor’s degree in optics from Wuhan University and Ph. D. degree in optics from University of Science and Technology of China. He then (from 2012 to 2015) worked as a research fellow in National University of Singapore and a research scientist at Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR, Singapore. His research interests are optics, nanophotonics, and their applications in optical nanofocusing, super-resolution imaging, metasurface holography, nanostructured vortex generators, and beam steering. Since 2010, he has published over 30 peer-reviewed publications (including Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, Light Science & Applications, Laser & Photonics Reviews, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Optical Materials, Optics Letters, Applied Physics Letters, etc) and owned four granted patents. He also serves as an international peer reviewer for Opt. Lett., Opt. Express, Sci. Rep., Appl. Opt. JOSAa, JOSAb, J. Opt., J. App. Phys. J. Phys. D., IEEE. Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, etc.
胡永云 (Yongyun Hu)，62754291，email@example.com
This lecture aims to provide a thought provoking account of recent breakthroughs in nanoscale manipulation of photons that create emerging opportunities for both fundamental research and revolutionary technologies with global societal impact.
Nanophotonics is a 21st-century emerging field created by the fusion of photonics with nanotechnology. New phenomena are made possible by confining optical interactions and their dynamics to the nanoscale which promotes new physical effects even in non-traditional photonic materials, such as metals. Historically, photonics has manipulated the oscillating electric field of propagating light, without paying much attention to the accompanying magnetic field. Metaphotonics is a rapidly emerging new direction in nanophotonics that deals with manipulation of both electric and magnetic fields with a particular focus on their coupling in nanoengineered materials to control the photon field distribution and propagation. These emerging dimensions of photonics will be discussed. Their applications range from telecommunications, to solar energy harvesting, to sensor technology, to biomedical technology and health care, in addition to more futuristic directions, such as cloaking, photonic black holes and focusing beyond diffraction limit.
关于举行中国科技大学黄坤研究员学术报告会的通知，山东大学博士研究生高端学术讲坛。This talk will conclude with a discussion of new opportunities.
CV of Prof. Paras N. Prasad
关于举行中国科技大学黄坤研究员学术报告会的通知，山东大学博士研究生高端学术讲坛。Dr. Paras N. Prasad is a SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Physics, Medicine and Electrical Engineering, the highest rank in the New York State university system. He also holds the Samuel P. Capen Chair at the University at Buffalo and is the Executive Director of the multidisciplinary Institute for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics. Dr. Prasad has published over 670 scientific papers, co-edited six books, and co-authored a monograph (with D.J. Williams), “Introduction to Nonlinear Optical Effects in Molecules and Polymers.” Dr. Prasad published “Introduction to Biophotonics,” the first monograph in this field, which authoritatively defines the field, details its scope and identifies emerging opportunities. He has also published another monograph, “Nanophotonics,” which includes its impact on Nanomedicine. Dr. Prasad also holds a number of patents.
Dr. Prasad has received much recognition for his pioneering contributions. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Fellow of the Optical Society of America. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Sloan and Guggenheim fellowships. Dr. Prasad has received the Schoellkopf Award of the Western New York American Chemical Society for his academic achievements. He was also awarded the Technology/Discovery award from the Western New York Health Care Industries Association for his pioneering work on “Nanoclinics” for Biophotonics. He has been awarded by the Chancellor of the State University of New York system the "Excellence in Pursuit of Knowledge" award. He was a recipient of the Morley Prize of the Cleveland Section of the American Chemical Society in 2004, a Fellow of the SPIE (2005) and has been chosen Scientific America’s Top 50 Scientists (2005).
Dr. Prasad has also been a leader in promoting international scientific infrastructures. He organized six “International Conferences on Frontiers of Polymers and Advanced Materials (India, 1991; Indonesia, 1993; Malaysia, 1995; Egypt, 1997; Poland, 1999; Brazil, 2001).” Each of these conferences brought together top level scientists, engineers and government representatives from more than 20 countries to develop a global infrastructure for advanced materials and emerging technologies.