|Laser Precision Engineering of Large Area Hybrid Structures: From 2D Nanoparticle Array to 3D Nanowires
Presented by Minghui Hong, Chair of Asia-Pacific Near-field Optics Conference, OSA Fellow and SPIE Fellow.
Time: 10:00 a.m., Dec 24, 2013
Location: A718, SINANO
Laser precision engineering has unique advantages as a non-contact process with flexible setup and high speed processing in air, vacuum or liquid environment. In the last decades, we have witnessed its extensive applications in various production lines. In this talk, our recent research progress on laser precision engineering of large area hybrid micro/nanostructures for self-cleaning surface, broadband antireflection black Si surface, multi-layer and 3D THz metamaterials tube and high sensitivity optical sensor will be reported.
Prof. Hong Minghui specializes in laser microprocessing & nanofabrication, optical engineering and applications. He has co-authored 10 book chapters, 24 patents granted, and 300+ scientific papers in Nature, Chemical Reviews, Advanced Materials, Nature Communications, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, and Laser & Photonics Reviews etc., and 50+ plenary/keynote/invited talks in international conferences. He is a member of organizing committees for Laser Precision Micromachining International Conference (2001~2014), International Symposium of Functional Materials (2005, 2007 and 2014), Chair of International Workshop of Plasmonics and Applications in Nanotechnologies (2006), Chair of Conference on Laser Ablation (2009) and Chair of Asia-Pacific Near-field Optics Conference (2013). Prof. Hong is invited to serve as an Associate Editor of Science China, International Journal of Optomechatronics, Editor of Laser Micro/nanoengineering, Guest Editor of Applied Physics A and Industrial Laser Users. He is Simon Industrial and Professional Fellow, the University of Manchester, UK; Guest Professor of University of Science & Technology of China; Guest Professor of Xiamen University and Visiting Professor of Institute of Optoelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Prof. Hong is OSA Fellow and SPIE Fellow.