The 3rd Annual London Plasmonics Forum will be held on the 14th of June 2017 at King’s College London. It is open to all researchers and companies in London, UK, Europe and worldwide. Last year’s London Plasmonic Forum was a sell-out event with over 100 participants. This year young researchers (post-docs and PhD students) can apply to present either a poster or give a talk.
The keynote speaker will be James Dimmock from Sharp Electronics and his talk will be entitled “Thin metal layers for photodetectors and solar cells”. James is a lead researcher in semiconductor physics at Sharp Laboratories of Europe, where he has spent over 8 years investigating next generation optoelectronic technology. In 2014 he demonstrated a hot carrier photovoltaic cell in a semiconductor structure, based on resonant tunnelling of photogenerated hot electrons. He has recently completed an industrial fellowship at Imperial College London, investigating hot carrier photovoltaic cells with thin film metallic absorbers and their extension for use as photodetectors.
Registration is free but please book using the link below for logistical purposes.