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理学院青年学术论坛第109期——Nonlinear Nanoplasmonics for Bioimaging and Biosensing
发布时间:2017-08-30

报告题目: Nonlinear Nanoplasmonics for Bioimaging and Biosensing

主讲人:雷党愿教授

邀请人宋钢博士

时间:2017831日(周四)下午15:00—17:00

地点:教三111

报告摘要: 

        Nanoplasmonics studies the nanoscale light-matter interaction and applies the enhanced electromagnetic response of metallic nanostructure resonators in a wide range of applications such asnanoscale optoelectronics, biosensing, bioimaging, and energy harvesting. Of our particular interest here is the recently developed nonlinear nanoplasmonics researchthat provides tremendous opportunities for the advancement of biophotonics and the development of biochemical imaging and sensing. In this talk, I willdiscuss how the nonlinear nanoplasmonicsconcepts and nanostructures can be used for the development of ultrasensitive molecular nanorulers for biosensing as well as highly efficient near-infrared multiphoton probes for bioimaging. I believe that the synergistic combination of nonlinear nanoplasmonics and biophotonics research willprovide a new paradigm forhigh-resolution, high-sensitivity molecular imaging, sensing and recognition. 

主讲人介绍:

        Dangyuan Lei received his BSc, MPhil and PhD degrees(all 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 surface plasmon-enhanced light-matter interaction at the nanoscale and their applications in energy harvesting, optoelectronic devices, biochemical sensing and biomedical imaging. Since 2007, he has published 82peer-reviewed journal publications including 26 publications in Nature Communications, Light: Science & Applications, Nano Today, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials,Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, Chemistry of Materials, Physical Review Letter, Energy & Environmental Science, and Nano Energy, with a total citation of 2280 times and an H-index of 28 (by Google Scholar as of July 2017). He has received several prestigious awards, including the “Deputy Rector’s Award” (2008-2011) and theAnne Thorne PhD Thesis Prize”(2012) both from Imperial College London, the “Early Career Grants Award” from the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (2013), the Journal of Materials Chemistry C Emerging Investigator from the Royal Society of Chemistry (2016), and a Royal Society International Exchange award (2016).