Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


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Past Seminars

Friday  Sep. 16, 2016
General electromagnetic eigenstates and the field of an oscillating dipole in a flatslab composite structure
Asaf Farhi
PostDoc
Tel Aviv University, Israel


Tuesday  Apr. 26, 2016
Plasmonic excitations in unusual materials: doped semiconductors and topological insulators
Dr. Stephanie Law
Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor
Materials Science and Engineering University of Delaware


Monday  Apr. 11, 2016
Metamaterials: Bringing back the magic
Durdu Guney
Assistant Professor
Michigan Tech Univ


Friday  Apr. 01, 2016
Light-Matter Interaction: from Weak to Strong
Dr. Mikhail Noginov
Professor
Norfolk State University


Tuesday  Apr. 14, 2015
Making the Mid- and Far-IR Nano with Designer Plasmonic and Phononic Materials
Dan Wasserman
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign


Monday  Jan. 26, 2015
Recent explorations in whispering-gallery-mode microresonators for functional devices
Dr. Lan Yang
Professor, Elec. and Systems Engin
Washington University, St. Louis


Thursday  Oct. 30, 2014
Emerging Opportunities of III-Nitride Nanostructures: From Deep UV Nano-optoelectronics to High Efficiency Artificial Photosynthesis
Zetian Mi
Assoc. Professor, Dept. Elec and Comp Engineering
McGill University


Wednesday  Jun. 25, 2014
Nonlinear Nanophotonics
Dr. Irfan Bulu
Research Scientist
Schlumberger-Doll Research Center, Cambridge, MA


Thursday  Feb. 27, 2014
How small can one shrink a laser?
Dr. Jacob B. Khurgin
Professor, ECE
Johns Hopkins University


Thursday  Feb. 13, 2014
CANCELED-Aluminum Oxide as a Self-Organizing Template for Heterogeneous Photonic Crystals
Dr. Igor Melnikov
Head, Photonics Lab
Nat Res Univ of Electronic Technology, Moscow


Tuesday  Nov. 19, 2013
Hyperbolic Metamaterials: What the density of photonic states can do
Dr. Mikhail Noginov
Professor, Department of Physics,
Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University

 

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