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题目：Nanoplasmonics for Biosensing, Bioimaging and Energy Harvesting
报告简介：Nanoplasmonics studies the nanoscale light-matter interaction and applies the enhanced electromagnetic response of metallic nanostructure resonators in a wide range of applications such as nanoscale optoelectronics and energy harvesting. Of our particular interest here is the recently emerged nonlinear and chiral plasmonics research because it providestremendous opportunities for advancingthe biophotonics research and for developingnovel biochemical imaging and sensing platforms. In this talk, I will show our recent studies on applying the plasmonics concepts and nanostructures in such applications as biosensing, bioimaging and energy harvesting. I will also discuss briefly the future prospects of nanoplasmonics and nanophotonics in super-resolution imaging and light-triggered energy conversion.
报告人学术背景及科研方向简介:Dangyuan Lei received his BSc, MPhil and PhD degreesall in Physics from Northwest University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Imperial College London in 2005, 2007 and 2011, respectively. He has been an assistant professor with the Department of Applied Physics at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University since September 2012. His main research activities include nanophotonics and nanomaterials studies, with particular interest in plasmon-enhanced light-matter interaction at the nanoscale and their applications in energy harvesting, optoelectronic devices, and biophotonics. Since 2007, he has published 95journal publications,including 30 articles in Nature Communications, Light: Science & Applications, Physical Review Letters, Advanced Materials, Nano Lettersand ACS Nano etc., receiving 2850citations and an H-index of 32 (by Google Scholar as of May 2018). Two publications have been respectively selected in the RSC “Emerging Investigators” themed issue of Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2016) and the IOP “Emerging Leaders” edition of Journal of Optics (2017).He has received several prestigious awards, including the “Deputy Rector’s Award” (2008-2011) and the “Anne Thorne PhD Thesis Prize” (2012) both from Imperial College London, the “Early Career Grants Award” from Hong Kong Research Grants Council (2013), a Royal Society International Exchange award (2016), and a Key Technology Partner Visiting Fellow of University of Technology Sydney (2017).