New Interface between Nanoscience and Quantum Optics: the Bottom-Up Approach and Applications

题  目: New Interface between Nanoscience and Quantum Optics: the Bottom-Up Approach and Applications

讲 座 人: 欧阳敏教授 马里兰大学

时   间: 2018年7月3日上午10:00-11:30

地   点: 厦门大学卢嘉锡楼202

Min Ouyang is currently full professor in Physics department with affiliate appointment in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the University of Maryland at College Park. Min Ouyang received his B.S. (1996) and M.S. (1997) in Electronics from Peking University, M.S. (1999) and Ph.D (2001) in Chemistry from Harvard University, followed by postdoctoral research in Physics at the University of California in Santa Barbara (2002-2004). Professor Ouyang has broad interest in areas that intersect emerging materials chemistry, nanoscale ultrafast and single photon optics, and technology applications at the nanoscale, and has led to significant scientific impacts as recognized by numerous high profile publications and awards, including Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, NSF CAREER award, Ralph E. Powe award, ONR Young Investigator award, Beckman Young Investigator award, University of Maryland CMPS Discovery award, and Scialog Fellow of the Research Corporation.

In this talk I will present a few recent advances from my group, centering on new interface between nanoscience and ultrafast quantum optics through bottom-up materials design. I will particularly focus on development of emerging colloidal hybrid nanostructures and their assembly that can allow desirable integration of multiple functionalities in one single nanoscale unit to create novel synergistic interactions.1-3 By combining ultrafast optical spectroscopy with this new materials advance, precise control of quantum optical interactions can thus be achieved at the nanoscale. This has further led to all optical spin and phonon manipulation by light-matter interaction in well-designed hybrid quantum structures, which is crucial for understanding phonons mediated processes, many body spin physics and novel nanoscale quantum devices. 3-6 Potential applications of such bottom-up paradigm will also be described if time allows.
[1] J. Zhang, Y. Tang, K. Lee and M. Ouyang, Science 327, 1634, 2011.
[2] L. Weng, H. Zhang, A.O. Govorov and M. Ouyang, Nat. Commun. 5, 4792, 2014
[3] J. Gong, N. Steinsultz, and M. Ouyang, Nat. Commun. 7, 11820, 2016
[4] J. Zhang, Y. Tang, K. Lee and M. Ouyang, Nature 466, 91, 2011.
[5] S.J. Yu and M. Ouyang, Nano Lett. 18, 1124, 2018.
[6] P. Wang and M. Ouyang, Nature 2018.



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