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Time Monday, May 22, 2017 (GMT+8)
08:00-09:00 Registration
Room: International Conference Hall (4F)
Session: MON-SC01
Chair: Ekmel Ozbay
09:00-10:00 SC-1 Martin Moskovits
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
SERS and Plasmons: Background and Perspectives
10:00-10:10 Coffee Break
10:10-11:10 Session: MON-SC02
Chair: Yu-Jung Lu
SC-2 Peter Nordlander
Rice University USA
Introduction to Quantum Plasmonics and Hot Carrier Generation
11:10-11:20 Coffee Break
Session: MON-SC03
Chair: Yun-Chorng Chang
11:20-12:20 SC-3 Din Ping Tsai
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Applications of plasmonics and metasurfaces
12:20-14:00 Lunch
Session: MON-SC04
Chair: Greg Sun
14:00-15:00 SC-4 Mark I. Stockman
Georgia State University, USA
Nanoplasmonics: Fundamentals and Advanced Developments
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
Session: MON-SC05
Chair: Greg Sun
15:30-16:30 SC-5 Jacob B. Khurgin
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Enhancement of Optical Processes in Metals, Semiconductors and Dielectrics: the limits of possible
16:30-17:00 SC-6 Nadya Reingand
Patent Hatchery LLC, USA
Intellectual property protection in the global industrial integration
17:00-17:30 SC-7 Rachel Won
Nature Publishing Group, UK
Nature Photonics and you
17:30-19:30 Welcome reception

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Date Tuesday, May 23, 2017 (GMT+8)
Room: International Conference Hall (4F)
08:45-09:00 Opening
Session: TUE-PL01 Chair: Luis Martín Moreno, Takuo Tanaka
09:00-09:45 PL-1 John Pendry
Imperial College London, UK
Controlling light on the nanoscale
09:45-10:30 PL-2 Xiang Zhang
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Soft Plasmonics: imaging, self-corrected assembly, and non-equilibrium matter
10:30-11:00 Group Photo & Coffee Break
International Conference Hall (4F) 1st Conference Room (3F) 2nd Conference Room (3F)
Session: TUE-IC-S1
Chair: Igal Brener
Session: TUE-R1-S1
Chair: Pei-Kuen Wei
Session: TUE-R2-S1
Chair: Martin Aeschlimann
11:00-11:30 IN-1 Nikolay Zheludev
University of Southampton, UK & NTU, Singapore
Merging Metamaterial and Fiber Technologies
IN-2 Yoshimasa Kawata
Shizuoka University, Japan
Deep-UV Surface Plasmon for Bio-Imaging
IN-3 Martin Moskovits
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Plasmon-accelerated electrochemical synthesis
11:30-11:45 Oral-1 Yuri Gorodetski
Ariel University, Israel
Anomalous Polarization of Accelerating Plasmonic Vortices
Oral-3Yonatan Sivan
Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
STED nanoscopy assisted by small metal nanoparticles – new advances
Oral-5Tien-Chang Lu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
From SPP Nanolasers to SPASERs
11:45-12:00 Oral-2 Jer-Shing Huang
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany
Goos-Hänchen Shift and Plasmon Coupling of Whispering-gallery Modes in a Self-assembled Fluorescent π-conjugated Polymer Sphere on
Oral-4 Wei Ru Wong University of Malaya, Malaysia
Long-range Surface Plasmon based Biosensor for Dengue Virus Antigen Detection
Oral-6 Ruggero Verre
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Cathdoluminescence nanoscopy of plasmonic nanostructures
12:00-13:20 Lunch
Room: 1st Conference Room (3F)
Session: TUE-SP01
Chair: Chih Wei Chu
12:20-12:50 SP-1Simin Feng
Office of Naval Research Global, USA
Introduction of Office of Naval Research Global
International Conference Hall (4F) 1st Conference Room (3F) 2nd Conference Room (3F)
Session: TUE-IC-S2
Chair: Alain Dereux Kuo-Ping Chen
Session: TUE-R1-S2
Chair: Anatoly Zayats Yung-Chiang Lan
Session: TUE-R2-S2
Chair: Kannan Ramaswamy Koji Hatanaka
13:20-13:50 IN-4 David R. Smith
Duke University, USA
Film-Coupled Plasmonic NanoPatch Metasurfaces
IN-6 Pierre Berini
University of Ottawa, Canada
Plasmonic Colours on Bulk Metals: Laser Coloring of Large Areas Exhibiting High Topography
IN-8 Federico Capasso
Harvard University, USA
Surface plasmon polaritons at 2D materials-metal interfaces
13:50-14:05 Oral-7 Tengfei Li
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Imaging limits of multilayer hyperbolic metamaterials
Oral-10 Ji Chen
Nanjing University, China
Plasmonic holograms by polarized scattering of propagating surface
Oral-13 Bi-Shen Lee
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
A High-performance Multifunctional Substrate of Ultra-Thin Layer Chromatography (UTLC) and Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) for Rapid Biochemical Mixture Screening
14:05-14:20 Oral-8 Ngoc Bao Nguyen
Imperial college london, UK
Hybrid Gap Plasmon GaAs Nanolasers
Oral-11 Taras Hanulia
Shizuoka University, Japan
Lifetime measurement of fluorescence excited with surface plasmon resonance
Oral-14 Jonathan Bar-David
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Tunable metasurfaces
14:20-14:35 Oral-9 David Albinsson
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Single Particle Nanoplasmonic Sensing in Individual Nanofluidic Channels
Oral-12 Michael Nielsen
Imperial College London, UK
Adiabatic nanofocusing in hybrid gap plasmon waveguides
Oral-15 Ajay Nahata
University of Utah, USA
Encrypting Multi-Color Images on Terahertz Plasmonic Metasurfaces
14:35-15:05 IN-5 Francesco De Angelis
Italian Institute of Technology, Italy
3D plasmonic metamaterials and devices for biosensing
IN-7 Romain Quidant
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
On-a-chip biosensing with optical nanoresonators: from biomolecules detection to cell screening
IN-9 Cheng Wei Qiu
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Metasurface-boosted TMDCs
15:05-15:25 Coffee Break
Session: TUE-IC-S3
Chair: Tadaaki Nagao Chen-Bin Huang
Session: TUE-R1-S3
Chair: Alexandra Boltasseva Jer-Shing Huang
Session: TUE-R2-S3
Chair: Cheng Wei Qiu Jiunn-Woei Liaw
15:25-15:55 IN-10 Reuven Gordon
University of Victoria, Canada
Functional Quantum-Plasmonic Metamaterials and
IN-12 Martin Aeschlimann
University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Revealing the subfemtosecond dynamics of surface plasmon polariton propagation
IN-14 Sergey Bozhevolnyi
University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Light Scattering by Random Metal Nanostructures
15:55-16:10 Oral-16 Yu-Jung Lu
California Institute of Technology, USA
Actively Tune the Transition from Spontaneous Emission to Lasing by Gating Titanium Nitride Plasmonic Heterostructure
Oral-20 Adrian Agreda
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté France
Electrical Command of the Nonlinear Photo-luminescence of Plasmonic Gap Antennas
Oral-24 Jiayuan Wang
Xiamen University, China
Optimal Focusing of SPPs with a Rectangular Grooves Arrayed Plasmonic Lens
16:10-16:25 Oral-17 Euclides Almeida
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Multilayer Metasurfaces for RGB Light Control
Oral-21 Sylvain Damien Gennaro
Imperial College London, UK
Second Harmonic Generation from Gold Nanoantennas: The Interplay of Symmetry and Scattering Phase
Oral-25 Martin P. van Exter
Leiden University, Netherlands
Surface-plasmon laseing in hexagonal hole arrays
16:25-16:40 Oral-18 Yehiam Prior
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Digital Nonlinear Metamaterials
Oral-22 Zsuzsanna Pápa
ELI-ALPS Research Institute, Hungary
Measuring nanoplasmonic field enhancement with ultrafast photoemission
Oral-26 Nobuyuki Takeyasu
Okayama University, Japan
Hydrophobic assembly of gold nanoparticles into dimers with Langmuir-Blodgett film
16:40-16:55 Oral-19 Pan Wang
King's College London, UK
Electrically-driven plasmonic nanorod metamaterials
Oral-23 Garnett W Bryant
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Atomic-Scale Quantum Plasmonics
Oral-27 Satoshi Ishii
NIMS, Japan
Hot electron excitation in titanium nitride
16:55-17:25 IN-11 Tao Li
Nanjing University, China
Plamsonic Holography from In-plane to Out-of-plane
IN-13 Oliver Benson
Humboldt University, Germany
Coupling of Quantum Excitations and Plasmonic modes: From Strong Coupling to Quantum Non-linear Devices
IN-15 Erez Hasman
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Multifunctional Geometric Phase Metasurfaces
18:30-20:30 Banquet

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Date Wednesday, May 24, 2017 (GMT+8)
Room: International Conference Hall (4F)
Session: WED-PL01 Chair: Uriel Levy
09:00-09:45 PL-3 Vladimir Shalaev
Purdue University, USA
Enabling Practical Nanophotonics with Plasmonics
09:45-10:45 Poster Session & Coffee Break
International Conference Hall (4F) 1st Conference Room (3F) 2nd Conference Room (3F)
Session: WED-IC-S1
Chair: David R. Smith
Session: WED-R1-S1
Chair: Martin Olivier
Session: WED-R2-S1
Chair: Quan Sun
10:45-11:15 IN-16 Naomi Halas
Rice University, USA
Sustainable and Molecular Plasmonics
IN-18 Alexandra Boltasseva
Purdue University, USA
MXenes for Plasmonic and Metamaterial Devices
IN-20 Mark I. Stockman
Georgia State University, USA
Real and Imaginary Properties of Epsilon-near-Zero Materials
11:15-11:30 Oral-28 Daniel E Gomez
RMIT University, Australia
Hot Carrier Extraction with Plasmonic Broadband Absorbers
Oral-30 Shinji Hayashi
Kobe University, Japan
Light-tunable Fano Resonance in Metal-Dielectric Multilayer Structures
Oral-32 Greg Sun
University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Landau Damping - Ultimate Limit on Field Enhancement in Deep Subwavelength Plasmonic Dimers
11:30-11:45 Oral-29 Matz Liebel
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Mapping molecule-plasmonic nanostructure interactions on the nanoscale
Oral-31 Roy Tuvia Zektzer
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Enhanced light matter interactions in plasmonic- molecular gas hybrid system
Oral-33 Lin Wu
A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
Modeling on-chip molecular electronic plasmon sources based on self-assembled monolayer tunnel junctions
11:45-12:15 IN-17 Andrea Fratalocchi
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Complex Epsilon-Near-Zero plasmonic materials: from fundamentals to applications in structural colors, energy harvesting and photocatalysis
IN-19 Ulrich Hohenester
Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Austria
Tomographic reconstruction of the photonic environment of plasmonic nanoparticles
IN-21 Wenshan Cai
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Electrically-Controlled Nonlinear Plasmonics
12:15-13:35 Lunch
Room: 1st Conference Room (3F)
Session: WED-SP01
Chair: Min-Hsiung Shih
12:35-13:05 SP-2 Sergiu Amarie
neaspec GmbH, Germany
nano-FTIR – imaging and spectroscopy at 10nm spatial resolution
Session: WED-IC-S2 Chair: Junsuk Rho Chih-Ming Wang Session: WED-R1-S2 Chair: N. Asger Mortensen Tien-Chang Lu Session: WED-R2-S2 Chair: Keiji Sasaki Shiuan-Yeh Chen
13:35-13:05 IN-22 Ekmel Ozbay
Bilkent University, Turkey
Metamaterial based nanobiosensors and nanophotodetectors
IN-24 Olivier Martin
EPFL, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Plasmonic Colors in Medieval Stained Glass Windows: Myth or Reality?
IN-26 Jacob Khurgin
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Photoexcitation of carriers in metals: from icy frigid to comfortably tepid to scalding hot
14:05-14:20- Oral-34 Alexander Dubrovkin
Nanyang Technological University, Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies, Singapore
Confined Surface Waves in van der Waals Dielectrics
Oral-37 Harish Natarajan Swaha Krishnamoorthy
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Optical range plasmonics around superconducting transition temperature of niobium metamaterial
Oral-40 Wei-Chang David Yang
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Room Temperature CO Dissociation on Selective Edges of Gold Nanoparticles
14:20-14:35 Oral-35 Renwen Yu
ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Electrical Detection of Single Graphene Plasmons
Oral-38 Henri Lezec
NIST, USA
High-performance Plasmonic Structures by Doped Silver
Oral-41 Quan Sun
Hokkaido University, Japan
Spectrally and Spatially Resolving the Near Field of Coupled Plasmonic Nanostructures by PEEM
14:35-14:50 Oral-36 Javier Garcia de Abajo
ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Quantum physics with graphene plasmons
Oral-39 Jianbin Xu
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Synergistic Effects of Plasmonics and Electrons Trapping in Graphene Short-Wave Infrared Photodetectors with Ultrahigh Responsivity
Oral-42 Paul Dawson
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Surface Plasmon Mediated Light Emission Driven by Tunneling Electrons: Macro- to Nano-scale over 40 Years
14:50-15:20 IN-23 Dai-Sik Kim
Seoul National University, Korea
Ångstrom and nanometer sized gaps for terahertz nonlinearities
IN-25Gennady Shvets
Cornell University, USA
Chiral Nanophotonics of Plasmonic and Dielectric Nanoclusters: From Landau-Lifshitz Constraint to Flat Blazed Gratings
IN-27 Francisco J. García-Vidal
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Extraordinary exciton transport and modifications of molecular structure under strong light-matter coupling
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
Session: WED-IC-S3 Chair: Hiroyuki Takei Tsung Sheng Kao Session: WED-R1-S3 Chair: Gennady Shvets Shuming Wang Session: WED-R2-S3 Chair: Francisco J. García-Vidal Ya Tang Yang
15:50-16:20 IN-28 Harald Giessen
University of Stuttgart, Germany
Merging micro- and nanooptics
IN-30 Frank Koppens
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Quantum plasmonics and polaritons in 2d materials
IN-32 David J. Norris
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Colloidal-Quantum-Dot Spasers and Plasmonic Amplifiers
16:20-16:35 Oral-43 Gad Bahir
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Vacuum-field Rabi Splitting at SWIR in Photocurrent of GaN based Quantum Cascade Infrared Photodetectors Coupled to Metamaterial Nano-antennas
Oral-47 Uriel Levy
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Silicon Plasmonic Schottky photodetectors: The Physics behind graphene enhanced internal photoemission
Oral-51 Emiliano Cortes
Imperial College London, UK
Mapping reactive-sites in plasmonic antennas with 15 nm resolution
16:35-16:50 Oral-44 Denis Garoli
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy
Beaming of helical light from plasmonic vortices via adiabatically tapered nanotip
Oral-48 Kok Wai Cheah
Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Mode Coupling of SPP and Fabry-Perot Cavity
Oral-52 Qin Chen
Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Multifunctional silicon optoelectronics integrated with plasmonic color
16:50-17:05 Oral-45 Dejiao Hu
Jinan University, China
Vivid plasmonic color printing by a tightly focused femtosecond laser beam
Oral-49 Kentaro Takatori
RIKEN, Japan
Surface-plasmon-induced ultra broadband light absorption ranged from visible to infrared
Oral-53 Jean-Claude Weeber
University of Burgundy, France
Colloidal integrated light sources for surface plasmon mediated excitation of photonic waveguides
17:05-17:20 Oral-46 Dmitriev Alexandre
University of Gothenburg, Sweden / Stanford University, USA
Magnetoplasmonics: Magnetic control of chiroptical plasmonic surfaces and transparent solar radiators
Oral-50 Andrea Marini
ICFO, Spain
Lasing without a cavity in graphene random metamaterials
Oral-54 Hiroaki Misawa
Hokkaido University, Japan
Ammonia photosynthesis using plasmon photoanode
17:20-17:50 IN-29 Junsuk Rho
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea
3D metamaterials at optical frequencies
IN-31 Philippe Tassin
Chalmers University, Sweden
Graphene Plasmonics: Physics and Applications
IN-33 Keiji Sasaki
Hokkaido University, Japan
Nano-Manipulation with Plasmonic Chiral Fields
17:50-19:30 Dinner-Buffet

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Date Thursday, May 25, 2017 (GMT+8)
Room: International Conference Hall (4F)
Session: THU-PL1
Chair: Pierre Berini
09:00-09:45 PL-4 Shangjr Gwo
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
When plasmonic metasurfaces meet 2D semiconductor monolayers
09:45-10:45 Poster Session & Coffee Break
International Conference Hall (4F) 1st Conference Room (3F) 2nd Conference Room (3F)
Session: THU-IC-S1
Chair: Dai-Sik Kim Shangjr Gwo
Session: THU-R1-S1
Chair:Oliver Benson Hung-chun Chang
Session: THU-R2-S1
Chair: Jacob Khurgin Ta-Jen Yen
10:45-11:15 IN-34 Peter Nordlander
Rice University, USA
Plasmon-Induced Hot Carrier Generation and Applications
IN-36 Mikhail Noginov
Norfolk State University, USA
Control of Physical and Chemical Processes with Metamaterials and Metallic Surfaces
IN-38 Enzo Di Fabrizio
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Hot Electrons Nanoscopy and Spectroscopy (HENs)
11:15-11:30 Oral-55 Wakana Kubo
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Plasmon-assisted Phase Transition of VO2
Oral-58 Hailong Liu
Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
Chalcogenide Color-Changing Plasmonic Pixels
Oral-61 Enoch Y. Park
Shizuoka University, Japan
Localized surface plasmon resonance-mediated fluorescence signal in plasmonic nanoparticle-quantum dot hybrids for ultrasensitive Zika virus RNA detection via hairpin hybridization assay
11:30-11:45 Oral-56 Frank Wackenhut
University of Tubingen, Germany
Enhancement of Radiative Plasmon Decay by Hot Electron Tunneling
Oral-59 Ramon Paniagua Dominguez
Data Storage Institute (Agency for Science, Technology and Research, A*STAR), Singapore
Resonant dielectric nanoparticles with angle-suppressed, asymmetric scattering patterns: applications to flat-optics
Oral-62 Kai Chen
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Al nanoantennas for plasmon-enhanced infrared spectroscopy
11:45-12:00 Oral-57 Ai-Hua Li
Xiamen University, China
Cavity-mode tailored upconversion luminescence in Ag-capped NaLuF4:Yb,Er micro-rod
Oral-60 Giorgio Adamo
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Color Tunable Perovskite Metamaterials
Oral-63 Olga Borovkova
Russian Quantum Center, Russia
Magnetoplasmonic Structure Design for Sensing Applications
12:00-12:30 IN-35 Ho Wai Howard Lee
Baylor University, USA
Gate Tunable Conducting Oxide Epsilon-Near-Zero Metasurfaces and Perfect Absorbers
IN-37 Alain Dereux
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
Characterization of CMOS metal based Dielectric Loaded Surface Plasmon Waveguide at telecom frequencies
IN-39 Dangyuan Lei
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Gap plasmon enhanced optical spectroscopy in a plasmonic particle-on-film nanocavity
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Room: 1st Conference Room (3F)
Session: THU-SP01
Chair: Ta-Jen Yen
12:50-13:20 SP-3Lina Persechini
Nature Communications, UK
Publishing in Nature Communications
13:40- City Tour

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Date Friday, May 26, 2017 (GMT+8)
Room: International Conference Hall (4F)
Session: FRI-PL1
Chair: L. (Kobus) Kuipers
09:00-09:45 PL-5 Harry Atwater
California Institute of Technology, USA
Tunable Plasmonic Materials and Metasurfaces – from Quantum to Perfect
09:45-10:45 Poster Session & Coffee Break
International Conference Hall (4F) 1st Conference Room (3F) 2nd Conference Room (3F)
Session: FRI-IC-S1
Chair: Harry Atwater
Session: FRI-R1-S1
Chair: Dong Ha Kim
Session: FRI-R2-S1
Chair: Mikhail Noginov
10:45-11:15 IN-40 Martti Kauranen
Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Nonlinear Optics of Plasmonic Metasurfaces
IN-42Dong Ha Kim
Ewha Womans University, Korea
Surface Plasmons for Advanced Optoelectronic Nanomaterials and Devices
IN-44 Yasushi Inouye
Osaka University, Japan
Nano-Metal Structures for Bio-Sensing and Bio-Imaging
11:15-11:30 Oral-64 Yu Hung Hsieh
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
All-dielectric slow light nanolaser based on metamaterials
Oral-66 Benjamin Vest
Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d'Optique, France
Revisiting quantum optics with plasmons
Oral-68 Akira Baba
Niigata University, Japan
Gold Quantum Dots/Plasmonic Systems for Improvement of Organic Solar Cells
11:30-11:45 Oral-65 Emilie SAKAT
CNRS, Laboratoire Charles Fabry, France
Harnessing blackbody radiation of hot nanoemitters with plasmonic nanoantennas
Oral-67 Deng Pan
The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Exotic Thermal Vacuum Torque of a Nanosphere under Magnetic Field
Oral-69 Nicolae C Panoiu
University College London, England
Giant Plasmon-Induced Enhancement of Third-Harmonic Generation in Double-Layer Graphene Gratings
11:45-12:15 IN-41 Pin Chieh Wu
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Light Control with Photonic Metasurfaces
IN-43 Na Liu
Max-Planck-Institut für Intelligente Systeme, Germany
Dynamic plasmonic colour display
IN-45 Jeongyong Kim
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Near-Field Investigation of Exciton-Driven Light Emission and Absorption in TMD Monolayers and Heterostructures
12:15-13:35 Lunch
Session: FRI-IC-S2
Chair: Zhijun Sun Hai-Pang Chiang
Session: FRI-R1-S2
Chair: Jaebeom Lee Akira Baba
Session: FRI-R2-S2
Chair: Jeongyong Kim Hung-Chih Kan
13:35-14:05 IN-46 Javier Aizpurua
Center for Materials Physics in San Sebastian (CSIC-UPV/EHU) and DIPC, Spain
Molecular optomechanics in plasmonic cavities
IN-48 Philippe Lalanne
) CNRS, France
Rigorous modal analysis of optical resonators
IN-50 Prabhat Verma
Osaka University, Japan
White Nano-Light-Source through Plasmon Nanofocusing for Background-Free NSOM and TERS Imaging
14:05-14:20- Oral-70 Wei-Shun Chang
Rice University, USA
Ultrafast Dynamics on Single Aluminum Nanostructures
Oral-73 Thang Duy Dao
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Spectrally-Selective Infrared Detectors using Hole Array Perfect Absorbers
Oral-76 Yao Zhang
Center for Material Physics (CSIC - UPV/EHU and DIPC), Spain
Atomistic treatment of Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for visualization of a single molecule
14:20-14:35 Oral-71 Gilad Rosenblatt
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Brewster Plasmons – The Second Plasmonic Degree of Freedom
Oral-74 Yi-Ciang Jhang
National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Tailored admittance and refractive index of a stratiform metamaterial for high efficient light absorption
Oral-77 James T Hugall
ICFO - Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain
Nanoscale optimization of cavity-coupling strength 𝒈 for ultrabright single photon sources
14:35-14:50 Oral-72 Yuan Zhang
Aarhus University, Denmark
Quantum theory for plasmonic nano-laser with multi-level molecules: optical pumping and molecular randomness
Oral-75 Igal Brene
Sandia National Laboratories, USA
III-V Dielectric Metamaterials: A New Platform for Linear and Nonlinear Optics
Oral-78 Thomas Phillip Darlington
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Developing High Performance Near-Field Optical Probes using Surface Plasmon Polaritons
14:50-15:20 IN-47 Cesare Soci
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Plasmonics in Topological Insulators
IN-49 Masanobu Haraguchi
Tokushima University, Japan
Fabrication of split ring resonator for near infrared region by nanosphere lithography
IN-5 Takumi Sannomiya
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Phase Measurement of Plasmonic Nanoparticles by STEM Cathodoluminescence
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
Session: FRI-IC-S3
Chair: Javier Aizpurua Wei-Shun Chang
Session: FRI-R1-S3
Chair: Masanobu Haraguchi Wei-Hsuan Hung
Session: FRI-R2-S3
Chair: Prabhat Verma Yu-Ju Hung
15:50-16:05 (15:50-16:20)
IN-52 Bert Hecht
University of Würzburg, Germany
Controlled strong coupling of a single quantum dot to a plasmonic nanoresonator at room temperature
(15:50-16:20)
IN-53 Kyoko Namura
Kyoto University, Japan
Microparticle handling method based on thermoplasmonic Marangoni effects.
Oral-83 Antonio Isaac Fernández-Domínguez
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Transformation Optics Approach to Plasmon-Exciton Strong Coupling in Nanocavities
16:05-16:20 Oral-84 Gerard Colas des Francs
ICB - CNRS/Univ. Bourgogne-Franche Comte, France
Dressed atom picture for a quantum emitter strongly coupled to a metal nanoparticle
16:20-16:35 Oral-79 Elizabeth Boer-Duchemin
Université Paris-Sud, France
Surface plasmon polariton beams from an electrically excited plasmonic crystal
Oral-81 Kenzo Yamaguchi
Kagawa University, Japan
Multiple hotspots from Ag nanowire on mirror
Oral-85 Alexey V. Krasavin
King's College London, UK
Nonlocal Nonlinear Plasmonics in Hydrodynamic Description
16:35-16:50 Oral-80 Volker Deckert
Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien (IPHT), Germany
High Resolution Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Current State of Theory and Experiment
Oral-82 Daniel Andren
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Nanoscale photothermal effects on optically trapped rotating gold nanorods
Oral-86 Ruzan Sokhoyan
California Institute of Technology, USA
Field Effect Modulation of Conducting Oxide Metasurfaces for Continuous Beam Steering
16:50-17:00 Break
17:00-17:20 Award & Closing Ceremony