Workshop Details
Plasmon-Exciton Coupling
06/11/2018 - 06/15/2018
Meeting Description:

Hybrid nanomaterials that incorporate plasmonic metal nanostructures with molecular or nanoparticle chromophores have become a rapidly growing focus of scientific research. The benefits of these hybrid materials arise from interactions between surface plasmons and excitons, which can facilitate a range of phenomena, including enhanced absorption and emission rates, electromagnetically induced transparency, coherent energy exchange, and cavity quantum electrodynamics. These materials are being targeted for a wide range of applications including solar cells, LEDs, lasers and biological sensors, but significant experimental and theoretical advances must be made before we can unravel the processes that develop from coupled plasmon and exciton states, understand the factors that control these interactions and harness them in future technologies.

This symposium aims to bring together experimentalists and theoreticians for a timely discussion of recent developments and challenges in this field. Sessions will focus on a range of topics including metal-semiconductor interfaces, coupling with quantum dots (II-VI, perovskite and others), 1-d confined materials (graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides and others), hot carrier transfer and photochemistry, surface state emission, enhancement of non-linear transitions and integrated devices including lasers, solar cells, etc.

Notes:

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Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Bharadwaj, Palash Rice University 6/11
6/15
Bryant, Garnett Woodruff National Institute of Standards and Technology 6/10
6/16
Daniel, Marie-Christine UMBC 6/10
6/15
Y
Frontiera, Renee University of Minnesota 6/9
6/16
Gray, Stephen K. Argonne National Laboratory 6/10
6/14
Y
Harutyunyan, Hayk Emory University 6/10
6/17
khurgin, jacob Johns Hopkins University 6/10
6/15
Li, Xiaoqin University of Texas at Austin 6/10
6/15
Manjavacas, Alejandro University of New Mexico 6/11
6/15
Narang, Prineha Harvard University 6/11
6/15
Pelton, Matthew University of Maryland Baltimore County 6/10
6/16
Y
Raschke, Markus University of Colorado and JILA 6/10
6/15
Y
Sheldon, Matthew Texas A&M University 6/10
6/15
Y
Shevchenko, Elena Argonne National Laboratory 6/11
6/15
Sorger, Volker George Washington University 6/11
6/14
Y
Sukharev, Maxim Arizona State University
Treguer-Delapierre, Mona U.Bordeaux 6/10
6/15

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