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Hosted By: Nanophotonics Technical Group
4 September 2019, 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Nanolasers generate coherent light at the nanoscale. In the past decade, they have attracted intense interest, because they are more compact, faster and more power-efficient than conventional lasers. Thanks to their fundamentally new capabilities, nanolasers are now an emergent tool for a variety of practical applications.
In this webinar, hosted by the OSA Nanophotonics Technical Group, Dr. Ren-Min Ma of Peking University will explain the intrinsic merits of nanolasers and assess recent progress on their application, particularly in the directions of optical interconnects, near-field spectroscopy and sensing, optical probing for biological systems and far-field beam synthesis through near-field eigenmode engineering. The scientific and engineering challenges that remain for forging nanolasers into powerful tools for nanoscience and nanotechnology will also be highlighted.
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