Strong Light-Matter Coupling in Organic System: Crossing the Border Between Physics and Chemistry"
Dr. Tal Schwartz, Tel Aviv University
21.11.2013, 13:15, Room 424/8
Photonic nanostructures can confine light into tiny volumes and enhance its interaction with matter. When reaching the strong coupling regime, light and matter start to behave as a single entity and their interactions change dramatically, resulting in the formation of new quantum states which are a coherent superposition of photons and material excitations, called polaritons. In my talk I will discuss a new concept in light-matter interactions - that such hybrid photonic/molecular systems can be used to tailor the properties of organic dye molecules and to control their chemistry.
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Place: Holon Institute of Technology, Faculty of Sciences, Seminar .