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Chemistry Seminar: Functional Nanophotonic Devices Created by Multi-Photon Lithography
Start Date: 10/6/2017Start Time: 11:00 AM
End Date: 10/6/2017End Time: 12:00 PM

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Stephen Kuebler , PhD, University of Central Florida

 

“Functional Nanophotonic Devices Created by Multi-Photon Lithography”

Nanophotonics involves the development of fundamental science, materials, and applications that leverage the interaction of light and matter on the nanometer to micrometer length scales. This growing and highly interdisciplinary field involves chemistry, materials science, physics, engineering, and bio-science. In this presentation Dr. Kuebler will introduce the field of nanophotonics and describe some work done by his group in this area. The talk will focus on the development of materials and processes for multi-photon lithography (MPL) and show how they have used MPL to create functional nanophotonic devices. He will also show how his team has used MPL to create micro-optics on the tip of optical fibers and spatially-variant photonic crystals that can bend light through extremely sharp turns. These devices can be used to create new integrated photonic devices, including low-profile sensors.

Contact Information:
Name: Haifeng (Frank) Ji
Phone: 215.895.2562
Email: hj56@drexel.edu
Location:
Disque Hall 109
Audience:
  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff

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