
ECE 695s Lecture 10: Surface Plasmon Excitation
02 Nov 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 9: Introduction to Metal Optics
02 Oct 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 8: Photonic Crystals Fibers
02 Oct 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 7: Photonic Crystal Waveguides
02 Oct 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 6: Basic Properties of Electromagnetic Effects in Periodic Media
19 Sep 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 5: Photonic Crystals  Introduction
18 Sep 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 4: Electromagnetic Properties of Molecules, Nano and Microscopic Particles
05 Sep 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 3: Optical Properties of Insulators, Semiconductors and Metals
05 Sep 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Nanophotonics
30 Aug 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev
Welcome to the ECE 695S lecturesThe course will cover nanoscale processes and devices and their applications for manipulating light on the nanoscale. The following topics will be covered:Fundamentals, Maxwell’s equations, lightmatter interaction, dispersion, EM properties of nanostructures,...

ECE 695s Introductory Lecture
30 Aug 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 1: Light Interaction with MatterReview of Maxwell's Equations
30 Aug 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

ECE 695s Lecture 2: Dispersion in Materials
30 Aug 2006   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev

Nanotubes and Nanowires: Onedimensional Materials
17 Jul 2006 
What is a nanowire? What is a nanotube? Why are they interesting and what are their potential applications? How are they made? This presentation is intended to begin to answer these questions while introducing some fundamental concepts such as waveparticle duality, quantum confinement, the...

Nanosphere Optics Lab
19 May 2006   Contributor(s):: Jon Camden, George C. Schatz
Optical properties of nanospheres suspended in water, air, or other solutions

Random Lasers
19 May 2006   Contributor(s):: Mikhail A. Noginov
Random lasers are the simplest sources of stimulatedemission without cavity, with the feedback provided by scattering in a gain medium. First proposed in the late 60’s, random lasers have grown to a large research field.This lecture reviews the state of the art of random lasers,provides an...

A Gentle Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanoscience
13 Feb 2006   Contributor(s):: Mark Ratner
While the Greek root nano just means dwarf, the nanoscale has become a giant focus of contemporary science and technology. We will examine the fundamental issues underlying the excitement involved in nanoscale research  what, why and how. Specific topics include assembly, properties,...

Active Photonic Nanomaterials: From Random to Periodic Structures
06 Feb 2006   Contributor(s):: Hui Cao
Active photonic nanomaterials, which have high gain or large nonlinearity, are essential to the development of nanophotonic devices and circuits. In this talk, I will provide a review of our recent research activities related to the fabrication of active photonic nanomaterials and the...

Plasmonic Nanophotonics: Coupling Light to Nanostructure via Plasmons
03 Oct 2005   Contributor(s):: Vladimir M. Shalaev
The photon is the ultimate unit of information because it packages data in a signal of zero mass and has unmatched speed. The power of light is driving the photonicrevolution, and information technologies, which were formerly entirely electronic, are increasingly enlisting light to communicate...

Nanotechnology 501 Lecture Series
22 Feb 2005   Contributor(s):: Gerhard Klimeck (editor), Mark Lundstrom (editor), Joseph M. Cychosz (editor)
Welcome to Nanotechnology 501, a series of lectures designed to provide an introduction to nanotechnology. This series is similar to our popular lecture series Nanotechnology 101, but it is directed at the graduate students and professionals.

Curriculum on Nanotechnology
27 Jan 2005 
To exploit the opportunities that nanoscience is giving us, engineers will need to learn how to think about materials, devices, circuits, and systems in new ways. The NCN seeks to bring the new understanding emerging from research in nanoscience into the graduate and undergraduate curriculum....