In recent years, a variety of plasmonic materials and devices have been developed, because we can control light on the micro- and nanoscale while exploring the fundamental limits of light manipulation. The session will cover major topics of plasmonic materials including synthesis and fundamental plasmonic properties in both metallic and heavily doped semiconductor structures and their applications. An emphasis will be placed on how materials can be designed, formed, and engineered to achieve high functionality. One of the goals of the session will be to get together experts in the field of physics, chemistry, and biology to have a fruitful discussion on relative merits for future collaborations and applications.
- plasmon-exciton coupling
- plasmon propagation
- hot carriers
King's College London
- Jwa-Min NAM, Seoul National Univ.
- Jianfang WANG, Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong
- Shangjr GWO, National Tsing Hua Univ.
- Hiromi OKAMOTO, IMS
- Hajime ISHIHARA, Osaka Pref. Univ.
- Cheng-Wei QIU, National Univ. of Singapore
- Keiko TAWA, Kwansei Gakuin Univ.
- Eiichi TAMIYA, Osaka Univ.
- Jakub DOSTALEK, AIT Austrian Inst. Technol. GmbH
- Kei MURAKOSHI, Hokkaido Univ.
- Wenlong CHENG, Monash Univ.
- Fabien PINAUD, Univ. Southern California
- Jill MILLSTONE, Univ. Pittsburg
- Toshiharu TERANISHI Kyoto University
- Tatsuya TSUKUDA The University of Tokyo
- Jwa-Min Nam Seoul National University
- Jill E. Millstone University of Pittsburgh
- Keiko TAWAKansei Gakuin University
- Tatsuya TSUKUDA, The University of Tokyo Email: firstname.lastname@example.org