PIERS 2017 in St Petersburg
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium 

PIERS 2017 in St Petersburg, Russia, 22-25 May, 2017

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PIERS2017 St Petersburg Focus/Special Sessions  
Ultra-thin Plasmonic and Photonic Structured Surfaces for Sensing, Energy Harvesting, and Spectral Engineering of Light
Organized by Prof. Junpeng Guo (University of Alabama in Huntsville)
Session's Information:
Deep subwavelength and nanoscale gaps in plasmonic resonance structures can focus optical energy, enhance optical field and light-matter interactions. Gap-plasmon resonance can be significant for biochemical sensing, enhanced optical energy absorption for energy harvesting, nonlinear optics, and spectral filtering. This session of the conference solicits papers on the subject of gap-plasmon resonance. Known gap-plasmon resonance structures include, lateral gap structures such as bowties, gap-coupled optical antennas, nanogap gratings, as well as vertical gap structures such as patterned metal-insulator metal structures for perfect absorption and sensing. Gap-plasmon resonance structures involving non-metal materials such as graphene and 2D materials are also encouraged to submit.

Invited Talks
Prof. Qing Huo Liu, Duke University
Prof. Songyou Wang, Fudan University
Dr. Daniele Lo Forti, University of Alabama in Huntsville
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