Application until May 3rd
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology and Friedrich Schiller University Jena cordially invite you to this public lecture by Prof. Isao Noda from the University of Delaware/ USA.
The research work focuses on the potential of optical effects on plasmonic nanostructures. The design and synthesis of metal nanoparticles and nanostructures with desired defined optical properties (localized surface plasmon resonance, LSPR) in combination with (bio)molecular components (e.g. DNA) forms the technological basis.
The generated functional nanostructures allow applications as optical markers and sensors. In sensor technology or sensory bioassays (colorimetry), plasmonic nanostructures act as optical signal converters. Such passive plasmonic nanostructures allow applications in medical diagnostics, food and water analysis, and environmental technology. On the other hand, active nanostructures can convert energy introduced as optical antennas, which can be used for the targeted manipulation of biomolecules as well as for applications in catalysis and materials processing.
Passive molecular plasmonics
Active molecular plasmonics