CCBPP
Nanolight

Organizers:

L. Martín Moreno (INMA, CSIC - U. Zaragoza), N. Van Hulst (ICFO, Barcelona)

Monday, February 26

14:00-14:50 Registration

14:50-15:00 Welcome

15:00-15:30 Extreme time modulation of material properties and Hawking radiation
J. Pendry
15:30-16:00 Mathematics at the speed of light: optical metasurfaces performing mathematical operations
A. Polman
16:00-16:30 Deep learning enabled design of programmable nanophotonic devices exploiting low-loss phase change materials
O. Muskens
16:30-16:50 Quantized quasinormal mode description of optical resonances and photon transfer between spatially separated cavities
R. Fuchs
16:50-17:10 A polychromatic theory of thermal emission based on the t-matrix
I. Fernandez-Corbaton
17:10-17:40 Coffee Break
17:40-18:10 Thermal photonics with low-dimensional materials
G. Papadakis
18:10-18:40 Molecular strong coupling and cavity finesse.
W. Barnes
18:40-19:00 DNA origami self-assembled high-index dielectric optical antennas for single-molecule fluorescence manipulation
M. Sanz-Paz
19:00-19:30 Lattice resonances in periodic arrays with complex unit cells
A. Manjavacas
19:30-19:50 Transversality-Enforced Tight-Binding Model for 3D Photonic Crystals aided by Topological Quantum Chemistry
A. Antonio Morales-Pérez
20:00-22:00 Welcome Reception

Tuesday, February 27

15:00-15:30 Unraveling Hot Carrier Processes for Advancing Plasmonic Energy Devices
G. Tagliabue
15:30-16:00 Nanoporous Resonant Cavities: Versatile Platforms to Explore Light-Matter Interactions
H. Miguez
16:00-16:30 Tracking excitons below sunlight illumination.
G. Brinatti
16:30-16:50 Extreme photochemical reorganisation of molecule-metal surfaces under room light
C. Guo
16:50-17:10 Enhancement and interferences of two-photon emission processes
G. Rosolen
17:10-17:40 Coffee Break
17:40-18:10 Quantum technologies with molecules
C. Toninelli
18:10-18:30 Magnetic-Light and Matter Interactions Mediated by a Plasmonic Nano-antenna
M. Mivelle
18:30-18:50 Plasmon-induced reversible switching between single-photon and multiphoton emission modes of perovskite nanocrystals and colloidal quantum dots
V. Krivenkov
18:50-19:10 Anti-ferroelectric dark modes in an inverted plasmonic lattice
J. Rodriguez-Alvarez
19:10-19:30 On-demand mid-IR to visible upconversion with a near-field optical microscope
P. Roelli
19:30-19:50 Ultrafast Processes in 2D Materials: Nonlinear Optical Response
F. Iyikanat
19:50-20:10 Ultrafast Processes in 2D Materials: Nanoscale Thermoelectric Effects
A. Gonçalves

Wednesday, February 28

15:00-15:30 THz quantum cascade lasers in strongly subwavelength metallic resonators: opportunities in nano-optics and quantum materials research
G. Scalari
15:30-15:50 Interpreting SEIRA as a scattering process
M.Schnell
15:50-16:10 Thermoelectric nanospectroscopy using magnetic substrates
B. Kastner
16:10-16:40 Deep Subwavelength Topological Edge State in a Hyperbolic Medium
F. Koppens
16:40-17:10 Time-varying and reconfigurable driven metamaterials
R. Sapienza
17:10-17:20 Coffee Break
17:20-20:00 Poster Session

20:00-22:00 Conference Dinner

Thursday, February 29

15:00-15:30 Plexcitonic nanorattles as ultra-efficient SERS-tags
C. Estévez-Varela
15:30-16:00 Single-molecule and collective molecular vibrational dynamics in SERS within a molecular optomechanics description
R. Esteban
16:00-16:20 Cooperative electron-vibron interactions in SERS
D. Martín Cano
16:20-16:50 Film of plasmonic and dielectric nanostructures: where biophysics meets nanophotonics
V. Krachmalnicoff
16:50-17:10 Bio-inspired building blocks for all-organic photonic structures and metamaterials
S. Núñez-Sánchez
17:10-17:40 Coffee Break
17:40-18:10 Giant optical anisotropy in Van der Waals materials: perspectives and challenges
V. Volkov
18:10-18:30 Multiple and spectrally robust photonic magic angles in reconfigurable MoO3 trilayers
A. Tarazaga
18:30-18:50 Observation of Naturally Canalized Phonon Polaritons in LiV2O5 Thin Layers
C. Lanza
18:50-19:20 Dirty and Messy Optomechanics
D. Garcia
19:20-19:40 Photoluminescence modulation in 2D hybrid metal-halide perovskite flakes by the formation of micro-domes
M. Barra-Burillo
19:40-20:00 Subwavelength Q-switch laser operation by integrating 2D materials and plasmonics on a lithium niobate platform
D. Hernández-Pinilla

Friday, March 01

09:00-09:30 Quantum Control of Levitated Nanoparticles
L. Novotny
09:30-09:50 Photonic structure design for controlled quantum levitation using casimir-lifshitz forces
S. Carretero
09:50-10:10 Metamaterial Plasmonic Arrays for Particle Trapping and Detection
S. Nic Chormaic
10:10-10:30 On-axis optical trapping with vortex beams: optical forces through multipolar decomposition
I. Gómez-Viloria
10:30-10:50 Coffee Break
10:50-11:20 Nonlinear nanoplasmonics with atomically thin materials
J. Cox
11:20-11:40 Generation of photon pairs in a photonic time crystal
J. Echave-Sustaeta
11:40-12:10 Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in diffraction
J. Abad
12:10-12:40 The power of nanoscience to explore the frontiers of neuroscience
A. Garcia-Etxarri