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Wednesday, 28 December 2011 01:33
Seminar announcement
Title: Electromagnetic standing waves in nano-objects
By Dr. NAGAO, Tadaaki
(National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), JAPAN)
Place: 09:30, February 7th, 2012, International Training Institute for Materials Science (ITIMS),
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST)


Abstract: In the past decade, surface-localized electromagnetic waves as well as those of the low-dimensional variants have become increasingly important in nanotechnology since their optical properties are strongly dependent on the size and the shape of the small objects. Such feature can be utilized for tailoring optical properties for future nano-photonics/optics devices as well as high-sensitivity sensors and efficient catalytic materials.
In this contribution, we plan to introduce our recent results on the optical absorption spectroscopy by the excitations of standing-wave plasmons (1) in an array of Metallic atomic chains, atomically thin discs (2) Lithographically prepared nanoantennas (3) Wet-chemically prepared islands on silicon substrates. By tuning the preparation conditions, we tuned the size of these objects and the resonance frequency of the optical absorption was also systematically shifted as a function of their geometrical parameters. In some systems the observed behavior was found to be explained by the plasmonic resonators expected from surface plasmon polariton (SPP) scenario while in others the behavior was found to be different from the conventional SPP scenario. We also present our recent studies on the light-material interactions in efficient energy conversion and medical diagnostics.


Fig. 1:    Schematic illustration of the confined standing-waves in various metallic plasmonic structures.     

Dr. NAGAO, Tadaaki
Group Leader,  Nano-System Photonics Group, MANA/Nano-System Field/Nano-System Organization Unit, 
National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), JAPAN
Email: NAGAO.Tadaaki
Phone: +81-29-860-4746
1-1 Namiki, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-0044 JAPAN

Selected publications
T. Nagao, G. Han, C. Hoang, J. Wi, A. Pucci, D. Weber, F. Neubrech, V. Silkin, D. Enders, O. Saito, M. Rana : “Plasmons in nanoscale and atomic-scale systems” Sci. Tech. Adv. Mat. 11 (2011) 054506 -1-054506 -12
•F. Neubrech, D. Weber, D. Enders, T. Nagao, A. Puci : “Antenna sensing of surface polaritons” J. Phys. Chem. C 114 (2010) 7229-7301
K. Nomura, T. Nagao, B. L. Cho, H. Katsuda, T. Matsumura and C. Oshima : “Thermodynamically stable nanotips of Au–Mo alloy” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 27[6] (2009) 2432-2434
S. Yaginuma, K. Nagaoka, T. Nagao, G. Bihlmayer, Y. M. Koroteev, E. V. Chulkov and T. Nakayama : “Electronic Structure of Ultrathin Bismuth Films with A7 and Black-Phosphorus-like Structures” J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 77[1] (2008) 014701
C. Liu, T. Inaoka, S. Yaginuma, T. Nakayama, M. Aono and T. Nagao : “The excitation of one-dimensional plasmons in Si and Au–Si complex atom wires” Nanotechnology 19[35] (2008) 355204 

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Presentation about Atomic layer deposition by Tom Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 01 December 2010 09:11

Dear all,

We would like to invite you all for Tom' presentation:

The title is:

Atomic layer deposition
in a feasible home-built system

It will take place at 2.30 pm on Thursday (2/12/2010) in ITIMS.

Best regards.

Nguyen Van Hieu, PhD
Associate Professor
International Training Institute for Materials Science (ITIMS), Vice director
Hanoi University of Technology (HUT)
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Seminar: Research Activities of Advanced Materials in Nagoya Institute of Technology (NITECH), Japan Print E-mail
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Friday, 20 August 2010 13:42

Research Activities of Advanced Materials
in Nagoya Institute of Technology (NITECH), Japan
By Professor Masayuki Nogami

Contents: Inorganic materials, Glass and ceramics, Fuel Cells, Nonlinear Optics, Nanoparticles

14:00, November 11th, International Training Institute for Materials Science (ITIMS), Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST)

Professor Masayuki Nogami
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
The Institute of Ceramics Research & Education (ICRE)
Nagoya Institute of Technology (NIT)
Gokiso-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya, 466-8555, Japan
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Masayuki Nogami was born in Japan, he received B.S. and M.S. from Nagoya Institute of Technology (NITECH) and obtained his PhD from Osaka University. Now he is professor of Department of Advanced Materials in NITECH, President of The Japanese Sol-gel Society and Chair of Glass Division of Ceramic Society of Japan. His main research interests include ceramics, glasses, metal nanoparticles, hybrid materials, sol-gel chemistry, and synthesis of advanced materials for optic and fuel cell applications. He has authored over 400 academic papers.


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IWAMSN 2010: The 5th International Workshop on ADVANCED MATERIALS SCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 July 2010 12:14

  Vietnam is well-known for its rich culture, its delicious food and being an emerging developing country. Less than a century after moving the Kingdom to Thang Long (former name of Hanoi), in 1076, the third King of the Ly dynasty founded in this city the first Vietnamese University, named Quoc Tu Giam (situated in Van Mieu). Hanoi is now a city of preserved culture. It is also the largest center for science and technology of the country. In this year 2010, Hanoi is proud to hold the National Celebration of 1000 years of Thang Long-Hanoi Capital. 

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Monday, 31 August 2009 09:30

Location: Melia Hotel
September 8, 2009, Tuesday
17:00-18:00    Conference Registration
September 9, 2009, Wednesday
07:00-08:00    Conference Registration

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