Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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Graphene Nanophotonics

2013, Mar 03 -- Mar 08

L. Martín Moreno (ICMA, CSIC - U. Zaragoza)
Stefan Maier (Imperial College)

Monday, March 04
  • 14:45h
  • Welcome
  • 15:00h
  • Graphene plasmonics: hybrid devices.
     A. Grigorenko
  • 15:35h
  • The interaction of light and graphene: physics and applications
     F. Xia
  • 16:10h
  • Magneto-plasmonic effects in epitaxial graphene
     A. Kuzmenko
  • 16:45h
  • Broadband graphene room temperature photodetectors
     X. Cai
  • 17:40h
  • THz detection in graphene nanotransistors
     A. Tredicucci
  • 18:15h
  • Chemically functionalized graphene: a platform for plasmonics and photodetectors
     M. Craciun
  • 18:50h
  • Diffraction, absorption and scattering in structures with graphene plasmons
     A. Nikitin
  • 19:25h
  • Role of phonons on the optoelectronic and plasmonic response in graphene
     T. Low
  • 20:00h
  • Strongly Confined Gap Plasmon Modes in a Graphene Sandwich
     Y. Francescato

    Tuesday, March 05
    • 15:00h
    • Phonon and exciton localization in graphene and carbon nanotubes
       L. Novotny
    • 15:35h
    • Raman characterization of graphene-based systems.
       L. G. Cancado
    • 16:10h
    • Optomechanics of Raman active Graphene optical cavities
       V. Bouchiat
    • 16:45h
    • Enhanced Raman Scattering of Graphene using Arrays of Split Ring Resonators
       G. Sarau
    • 17:05h
    • Polarized plasmonic enhancement by Au nano structures probed through Raman scattering of suspended graphene
       S. Heeg
    • 17:45h
    • Near-field study of graphene plasmons: theory and experiment
       M. Fogler
    • 18:20h
    • Real-space mapping of graphene plasmons by near-field microscopy
       R. Hillenbrandt
    • 18:55h
    • Terahertz plasmon nanofocusing in graphene taper
       A. Davoyan
    • 19:30h
    • Plasmonics in double-layer graphene structures
       T. Stauber
    • 20:05h
    • Optical properties of non-symmetrical hyperbolic media, based on graphene multilayers
       I. Nefedov
    • 20:25h
    • Novel hyperbolic metamaterials based on multilayer graphene structures.
       I. V. Iorsh

      Wednesday, March 06
      • 09:00h
      • Nonlinear electrodynamic phenomena in graphene
         S. Mikhailov
      • 09:35h
      • Optical solitons in graphene
         F. J. Garcia-Vidal
      • 10:10h
      • Terahertz Mixers Based on Two-dimensional Electron Gas Transistors
         M. Ortolani
      • 11:05h
      • Momentum dependence and losses of graphene plasmons.
         F. Guinea
      • 11:40h
      • Plasmon damping in graphene
         M. Jablan
      • 12:15h
      • Spatial Dispersion and the Tensor Intraband Conductivity of Graphene
         G. Hanson
      • 12:50h
      • Lunch
      • 15:00h
      • Graphene Micro and Nano Plasmonics: Experiments and Theory
         F. Rana
      • 15:35h
      • Challenges to create graphene-based terahertz and infrared lasers
         T. Otsuji
      • 16:10h
      • Effect of strong radiation on conduction in graphene
         S. Syzranov
      • 16:30h
      • Superradiance, amplification, and lasing of terahertz radiation in an array of graphene plasmonic nanocavities
         V. V. Popov
      • 17:15h
      • Poster Session
      • Fabry-Perot enhanced Faraday rotation in graphene
         N. Ubrig, I. Crassee, J. Levallois, L. Nedoliuk, F. Fromm, M. Kaiser, T. Seyller, A. B. Kuzmenko
          Domains in zero resistance states
         I. Dmitriev, M. Khodas, A. Mirlin, D. Polyakov
          Dispersion Forces on Graphene Systems
         S. Ribeiro and S. Scheel
          Drude weight, cyclotron resonance and the Dicke model of graphene cavity QED
         L. Chirolli, M. Polini, V. Giovannetti, A. H. MacDo
          A new green, ascorbic acid-assisted method for versatile synthesis of Au-graphene hybrids as efficient surface-enhanced Raman scattering platformsAcknowledgements
         M. Iliut, C. Leordean, V. Canpean and S. Astilean
          Strong optical dichroism in graphene nano-ribbons
         F. Hipólito, V. M. Pereira and N. M. R. Peres
          Optical characterization of graphene layers using spectroscopic ellipsometry CORES CMYK
         P. S. André, R. A. S. Ferreira, M. K. Singh, R. Correia, D. Karpinsky
          Graphene supports the propagation of subwavelength optical solitons
         M. L. Nesterov, J. Bravo-Abad, A. Yu. Nikitin , F. J. García-Vidal, L. Martín-Moreno
          Near-field heat transfer controlled by plasmons in graphene and applications in thermophotovoltaics
         M. Jablan, O. Ilic, M. Soljacic and H. Buljan
          A microwave dielectric resonator for quality assessment of large area graphene
         O. Shaforost, K. Wang, Z. Guo, L. Hao, J. Gallop, N. Klein

        Thursday, March 07
        • 15:00h
        • Graphene plasmons and electrons: nano and fast
           F. Koppens
        • 15:35h
        • Interfacial engineering of graphene nanostructures
           C. Mattevi
        • 16:10h
        • Plasmon-mediated wideband Far-infared Absorption in Graphene
           D. Han
        • 16:30h
        • Guided-Mode Resonances of Graphene Plasmonic Waves
           Q. Xu
        • 16:50h
        • Ultrafast Electron-Electron Dynamics
           D. Brida
        • 17:30h
        • Classical and quantum effects in graphene plasmonics
           F. J. Garcia de Abajo
        • 18:05h
        • Light emission and detection in sigle layer MoS2
           R. S. Sanduram
        • 18:40h
        • Plasmonic excitations in a Topological Insulator
           M. Ortolani
        • 19:15h
        • Coherent and broadband enhanced optical absorption in graphene
           G. Piruccio
        • 19:50h
        • A coherent perfect absorber made from graphene
           R. Alaee

          Friday, March 08
          • 08:45h
          • Excitation of surface polaritons in graphene and other accompanying phenomena
             Y. Bludov
          • 09:20h
          • Graphene nanophotonics methods and devices: what can we learn from the microwave field?
             J. Perruisseau-Carrier
          • 09:55h
          • Many-Body effects in the Near-Field Optics of Graphene
             J.P.F. LeBlanc
          • 10:50h
          • Tunable metamaterials on graphene
             S. Cakmakyapan
          • 11:25h
          • Sample size effects on performance of subwavelength bolometers
             P. Renoux
          • 11:45h
          • Coupling light into graphene plasmons with the help of surface acoustic waves
             J. Schiefele
          • 12:05h
          • Enhanced Optical Dichroism of Graphene Nanoribbons
             F. Hipolito

            This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

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            • Gobierno de Aragón
            • Ministerio de educación y ciencia
            • DPH
            • Universidad de Zaragoza
            • Ayuntamiento de Benasque


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