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WSMON4: Ultrafast Pump Probe Optical Microscopy Techniques and their Applications in Nanoscience

Monday, 17 May 2021 - 10:00
Zoom link will be provided (Virtual Workshop)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
17 May 2021
AM
10:00 Introduction/opening remarks by organizers   (Virtual Workshop)
10:05 Ultrafast Studies of Isomerization and Proton Transfer in Photoactive Fluorescent Proteins - Steve Meech (Dept. Chemistry, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)   (Virtual Workshop)
10:35 IMEC’s AttoLab adaptation of ultrafast pump probe spectroscopy and lensless imaging techniques to study nanodevice fabrication and high energy radiolysis of photoresists - John Petersen (IMEC, Leuven, Belgium)   (Virtual Workshop)
11:05 Synchrotron and Optical Probing of Mixed Halide Perovskites for Photovoltaics - Deidra R. Hodges (Electrical Engineering, UT El Paso, TX)   (Virtual Workshop)
11:35 --- Break ---
11:45 Pump-probe spectroscopy reveals fundamental excited state dynamics of noble metal nanoparticles - Eduard Fron (Dept. Chemistry, K.U.Leuven, Belgium )   (Virtual Workshop)
PM
12:15 Ultrafast Dynamic Microscopy of Exciton and Charge Transport - Libai Huang (Dept. Chemistry, Purdue University)   (Virtual Workshop)
12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 Ultrafast Pump-Probe Microscopy of Photocarrier Transport in 2D Materials and Heterostructures - Hui Zhao (Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Kansas)   (Virtual Workshop)
14:15 Low Energy Spectroscopies with Synchrotron Radiation: From Micro to Nano and Opportunities for Time-Resolved Methods - Larry Carr (NSLS-2 Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY)   (Virtual Workshop)
14:45 Poincaré engineering of the nanofemto topology of surface plasmon polariton fields - Prof. Hrvoje Petek (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh)   (Virtual Workshop)
15:15 --- Break ---
15:25 Unraveling fundamental processes in two-dimensional nanomaterials with ultrafast nonlinear optical microscopy - Rohit Prasankumar (Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM)   (Virtual Workshop)
15:55 Time-resolved hard x-ray diffraction microscopy for nanoscience - Haidan Wen (X- Ray Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory)   (Virtual Workshop)
16:25 Discussion on the future of the ultrafast/synchrotron field and concluding remarks   (Virtual Workshop)