Venue: Tilton School, Tilton NH



Sunday, July 27
Molecular Excitations and SERS
7:30-9:30 pm

Hongxing Xu, State Key Lab, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Tip-Enhanced Processes in SERS

Luke Lee, Berkeley
Plasmon Resonance Energy Transfer and SERS Probes

Richard Van Duyne, Northwestern University
SERS Fundamentals and Outlook

Monday, July 28
Fundamentals - Localization, Single Plasmons, Ultrafast Processes
9:00-12:30 am

Hongkun Park, Harvard University
Detection of Single Plasmons and Plasmonic Biosensing

Louis Brus, Columbia University
Chemical Excited States in Enhanced Local Fields

Peter Nordlander, Rice University
Plasmonic Anderson Localization

T. Nagao, Natl Inst Mat Sci, Japan
Atom-Scale Plasmonic Wires

Refraction, Focusing and Microscopy
7:30-9:30 pm 

Xiang Zhang, Berkeley
Superlens and Hyperlens Prospects

Jennifer Dionne, Caltech
Plasmon Refraction and Lensing

N. Zheludev, Southampton
Coherent Plasmonic Meta-Materials

Tuesday, July 29
Plasmonic Metamaterials
9:00-12:30 am

Eli Yablonovitch, Berkeley
Plasmon Focusing and Circuit Description

Martin Wegener, Karlsruhe
Metamaterials at Infrared and Visible Frequencies

Nader Engheta, U. Pennsylvania
Plasmonic Circuit Models

Vladimir Shalaev, Purdue
Metamaterials and Cloaking

IR and THz Structures
7:30-9:30 pm

Gennady Shvets, U. Texas
Infrared Metamaterials

Stefan Maier, Imperial College
THz Plasmonic Wires

Toni Taylor, Los Alamos Nat’l Lab
THz Metamaterials

Wednesday, July 30
Active Plasmonic Structures and Devices
9:00-12:30 am

Martin Hill, T.U. Eindhoven
Metal-Clad Nanowire Lasers

Oskar Painter, Caltech
Dispersion Relations for Enhanced Photocarrier  Collection

A. Zayats, Queens U.
Nonlinear Plasmonics

Albert Polman, FOM Institute
Plasmonic Solar Cells

Plasmonic Systems and Ultrafast Processes
7:30-9:30 pm

M. Naruse, NICT
Hierarchical Scaling of Plasmonic Systems

Mark Brongersma, Stanford
Plasmonic Networks for Photonic Systems

Mark Stockman, Georgia State
Attosecond Plasmon Microscopy

Thursday, July 31 
Phased Arrays, Antennas
9:00-12:30 am

Federico Capasso, Harvard U.
Plasmonic Antennas and Fibers

R. Quidant, ICFO
Selective Trapping in a Plasmonic Landscape  

F. Koenderink, AMOLF
Plasmonic Antennas

Frontiers of Plasmonics
7:30-9:30 pm

Short talks on rapidly-breaking scientific developments in plasmonics

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