报告题目：High-Q Integrated Nanophotonic Resonators for Lab-on-chip Sensing and Spectroscopy
报 告 人：Prof. Ali Adibi, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology,USA
The development of ultra-compact and sensitive sensing structures with minimal sample requirement for accurate sensing have been of great recent interest for multiple applications including bio and environmental sensing, chemical agent detection, and bio- threat detection. With recent advancement in the development of design and fabrication tools for photonic nanostructures, integrated photonic platforms are a strong candidate for the development of such sensing structures.
In this talk, the use of high-Q integrated photonic resonators for forming ultra-compact highly sensitive chip-scale multiplexed sensors and spectrometers for realization of photonic lab-on-a-chip sensing structures will be presented. Major challenges in realization of such devices including fabrication imperfections and errors due to environmental effects as well as reliable solutions will be discussed.
Ali Adibireceived B.S.degree from Shiraz University in 1990andhis M. S. andPh.D. degrees, from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech.)and California Institute of Technology (Caltech)in 1994 and 1999.Heis the director of Bio and Environmental Sensing Technologies (BEST) and aprofessor and Joseph M. Pettit chair in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering,Georgia Institute of Technology.He is the author of more than 150 journal papers and 400 conference papers. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Nanophotonics, and the nanophotonic program track chair of the Photonics West meeting. He is the recipient of several awards including Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, NSF CAREER Award, and the SPIE Technology Achievement Award. He is also a fellow of OSA, SPIE and AAAS.