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|Speaker:||Qiang Lin (University of Rochester)|
|Time:||2:00-3:30 PM, July 19,2017|
|Address:||Physics Building 616|
|Abstract:||In this talk, I will discuss our recent progress in developing chip-scale lithium niobate micro/nanophotonic devices for different applications. Lithium niobate (LN) exhibits outstanding material properties that have found many important applications. Scaling LN devices down to a micro/nanoscopic scale results in intriguing device characteristics that do not appear in bulk crystals or conventional waveguides. After a brief overview of the current state of the art, I will focus on discussing our recent efforts in exploring some unusual physical phenomena in these devices and in applying these devices for sensing, nonlinear optical, quantum optical, and optomechanical applications. I will provide a personal perspective of the future potential of LN micro/nanophotonics. Finally, I will give a general overview of the role and importance of material characteristics on the functionalities of micro/nanophotonic devices and their impacts on the application potential.|
|Address:||physics building 616|
|Abstract:||Zhipei Sun is Professor of Photonics and the head of the Photonics Research Group at the Department of Micro- and Nanosciences of the Aalto University, Finland. He earned his PhD from the
贺劲松，教授，博导。1999年7月研究生毕业于中国科大数学系，获得理学博士学位。留校任教至2008.12月，任讲师，副教授。2009年1月起，任宁波大学数学系教授。主要研究领域是可积非线性偏微分方程（组）的数学理论及其物理应用，多次应邀到 University of Cambridge (4次)，University of Sheffield (3次) 等大学访问和报告。负责国家国家科学基金4项（三项已经结题），曾参加973项目、国家自然科学基金项目、中科院项目多项。入选教育部2008年度新世纪优秀人才支持计划（2009-2011）。在国内外有重要影响的学术刊物上发表论文总计114篇(其中SCI 收录论文108，美国数学评论收录97篇)。 他近五年来在数学物理中有重要影响的刊物发表多篇论文,Proceedings of The Royal Society Series A. Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2篇), Letters in Mathematical Physics (2篇). Journal of Mathematical Physics (10篇), Nonlinearity (1篇),在非线性科学中有重要影响的刊物 Physical Review E 上发表论文8篇 。2011年以来，他的论文在Googlescholar中被引用1700余次。目前贺劲松的研究主要集中在怪波的数学理论及其物理机制， 已经发表大约30篇论文。
|Speaker:||Abdel I. El Abed（Associate Professor）Paris Saclay University|
|Time:||Tue, 2015-08-06 11: 00-12：00|
|Address:||physics building 616|
Droplet-based microfluidics technology allows for the production and manipulation of highly monodisperse microdroplets of fluids, with a high degree of control and reproducibility. The prospects offered by droplet-based microfluidics are numerous and concern many fields in biology, physics and chemistry. Three applications will be presented.1.Highly sensitive and quantitative detection of DNA mutations. 2. Formation and control of monodisperse LCs droplets driven by an alternating current electric field. 3. Real-time detection and analysis of whispering gallery mode resonances in fast flowing and steady monodisperse microdroplets .
|Speaker:||Prof. dr. Uros Cvelbar|
|Time:||Tue, 2015-06-09 10:30 - 11:30|
|Address:||physics building 709|
Prof. dr. Uros Cvelbar is currently a Professor in Nanotechnology and Senior Researcher at Department for Surface Engineering and Optoelectronics (F-4), Jozef Stefan Institute and International Postgraduate School Jozef Stefan in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Dr. Cvelbar received his B. Sc. degree in Physics in 2000 and Ph.D. degree in Material Science in 2005 at University of Ljubljana. The interest of his scientific research covers broad area from material science to plasma technologies including plasmas for nanofabrication, nanostructures and their applications in solar cells and gas sensors as well as biomaterials. Dr. Cvelbar has authored or coauthored more than 100 publications in refereed international journals, has presented many invited lectures at international conferences and universities worldwide, and holds more than 15 patents. In 2011, he received Puh Award, the highest Slovenian award given by Republic of Slovenia for inventions and research knowledge transfer into industrial environment.