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Nonclassical Plasmonics and Nonlinear Optics

Session Organizers

Fan Yang
Sichuan University
Dangyuan Lei
City University of Hongkong

Session Infomation

As a major branch of nanophotonics, plasmonics often concerns how light interacts with the electron oscillations in nanostructured metals. This interaction gives rise to the strong confinement of electromagnetic fields both spatially and temporally, leading to a myriad of new applications, such as wave guiding, sensing, imaging, energy harvesting and conversion. On the one hand, nanoscale plasmonic systems have provided an excellent platform for studying nonclassical effects, such as spatial nonlocality, electron spill-out, plasmon-exciton strong coupling and quantum tunneling etc. On the other hand, the strong field enhancement in the plasmonic systems can generate giant nonlinear responses, such as high-harmonic wave generation, Kerr nonlinearity, and optical rectification. In this context, the field of plasmonics nanophotonics can be substantially enriched and further developed by incorporating the nonclassical and nonlinear effects.

Submitted Articles

Note: The following submitted articles are not guaranteed to be scheduled in the final program at this stage. The final presentation type and arranged session will be decided by Technical Program Committee.
Note: +: Presenting Author, *: Corresponding Author
Presenting Author Talk Time Paper Title | Authors | Abstract Session Date / Room
Hypersonic Vehicle Near Wake Flow at Different Models and Angles of Attack
Jiachen Tong (Xidian University), +*Hai-Ying Li (Xidian University), Bin Xu (China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation)


Metasurfaces for Tomography and Distribution of Quantum States
+*Ru-Wen Peng (Nanjing University), Mu Wang (Nanjing University)


Mie Scattering of Disk-shaped Plasmonic Nanoparticle Metacrystals
+*Shao-Ding Liu (Taiyuan University of Technology)



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