Past seminars 2008

Date

Speaker

Topic

10
December

Prof. Mark Stockman

" Ultrafast, Nonlinear, and Quantum Nanoplasmonics

3
December

Edward Rogers

"Modelling of capillary high harmonic generation."

26
November

Prof. Enzo Di Fabrizio

"Nanofabrication for novel plasmonic devices for few/single molecule detection based on Raman spectroscopy"

19
November

Prof. Steve Elliott
University of Southampton - ISVR

"Research in the ISVR: Sound waves in aircraft engines and in the ear"

12
November

Prof. Duncan Graham
Strathclyde University

"DNA Detection by Surface Enhanced Resonance Raman Scattering, SERRS"

5
November

Matthew Praeger
University of Southampton, ORC

"Development and Spatio-spectral mapping of a capillary high-harmonic source"

29
October

Weijia Yang
University of Southampton, ORC

"Femtosecond laser writing in transparent materials"

29
October

David Banks
University of Southampton, ORC

"Femtosecond Laser Induced Forward Transfer Techniques for the Deposition of Nanoscale, Transparent, and Solid-Phase Material."

22
October

Prof. Laura Lechuga
Research Center on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Photonic nanobiosensors for lab-on-a-chip applications

15
October

Prof. Jeremy Frey
University of Southampton - Chemistry

Blogs, Log and Pods -The Future of Laboratory Notebooks

8
October

Prof. Victor M. Orera
ICMA, Univ. of Zaragoza, Spain

Photonic effects in dielectric eutectics

8
October

Dr. Dorota A. Pawlak
ITME, Warsaw, Poland

Materials for Metamaterials: self-organized eutectic micro- and nanostructures

3
October

Hazel Hung
University of Southampton - ORC

An Adaptive Mid-infrared Ultrashort Pulse Source for Applications in Coherent Control

1
October

Dr Chris Emslie
Fibrecore

Speciality optical fibre manufacture and development

10
September

Prof. Roy Taylor
Imperial College

High Power Fibre Integrated Supercontinuum Sources – What’s new!

30
July

Prof. Lajos Hanzo
University of Southampton - ECS

OFDM: Myths, realities and signal-processing challenges in optical and wireless communications

4
June

Fredrik Laurell
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

"Spectral control of coherent light sources using volume Bragg gratings"

21 May

Prof. Liam Barry
Director, RINCE, School of Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University

"Applications of Tuneable Lasers in Future Fibre Networks"

7 May

Alistair Muir

Pre-viva talk
Interactions of Single Crystal Lithium Niobate Surfaces with Ultra-Violet Laser Radiation

30 Apr

Vladimir A. Lobastov
California Institute of Technology

Laser-Driven Ultrafast Electron Microscopy: recent advances, challenges and opportunities

30 Apr

Eric Braddom
Texas Instruments

Introduction to TI DLP® Products and overview of emerging markets and trends

24 Apr

Dr Vasilii Klimov
Lebedev Physics Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Nanoplasmonics
ORC seminar room, Building 46, room 4051

23 Apr

Prof Josep Prat
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Technical advances towards next-generation FTTH networks

9
Apr

Prof Anders Bjarklev
Director DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

Research at DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering

2
Apr

Prof Anatoly Grudinin
Founder and CEO of Fianium Ltd

The next big thing?

1
Apr

George Goussetis
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Analysis, synthesis and applications of 2D periodic planar metallo-dielectric metamaterials

26
Mar

Emmanuel Desurvire
Thales R&T France

Fibre bandwidth finiteness

18
Mar

ORC Colloquium

 

5
Mar

Prof Pascal Besnard
ENSSAT

Synchronisation using optical injection

27 Feb

Maxim Bashevoy
ORC

Plasmon excitations in metallic nanostructures

20 Feb

Prof Thomas Lippert
Paul Scherrer Institut

Laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT) of polymers using a sacrificial layer

12 Feb

Dr Ingo Breunig
University of Bonn

The taming of the continuous wave optical parametric oscillator

12 Feb

Dr Joerg Heber
Senior Editor of Nature Materials

How to publish in Nature

6
Feb

Dr Allan Evans
Sharp Research Laboratory

Open problems in display technology

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