Tuesday Physics Seminar: Nonlinear Optics

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 The event started -23 days ago

4:00 PM 5:00 PM

Optics Building

Room 234

Gapplasmon Resonance for Enhanced Wideband Light Absorption and Nonlinear Optics

Dr. Junpeng Guo (UAH)

Nanostructured metals are intrinsically plasmonic optical resonators that can store, confine, and dissipate electromagnetic energy at their resonance frequencies. Metal nanostructures can be designed to completely trap and absorb light at plasmon resonance wavelengths. In this talk, I will discuss the structured metal-insulator-metal gap plasmon resonance structure for perfect light absorption in visible and near-IR spectral range. Particularly, I will emphasize techniques for broadening absorption bandwidth of gap plasmon nanostructure surfaces and gap-plasmon resonance for nonlinear optics application.


Details

Category
Conference/Lecture
department
College of Science, Physics and Astronomy
Audience
Public, Students, Faculty and Staff, Alumni

Contact

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Venue

Optics Building

John Wright Blvd.Huntsville, AL 35899

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