学术报告:Breaking the 3D nano-imaging speed barrier with 3D Multi-resolution Microscopy. & Plasmonically Enhanced Nanoprobes for Biomedical Applications

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报告题目:Breaking the 3D nano-imaging speed barrier with 3D Multi-resolution Microscopy.

报 告 人:Prof. Haw Yang (Princeton University) 

报告时间:2018年11月6日(星期二)13:30-14:30

报告地点:嘉定园区学术活动中心一楼多功能厅

    

 

Haw Yang is currently a Professor at Princeton University Chemistry. He is an experimental physical chemist working on chemical dynamics in complex systems through single-molecule and single-particle studies. His current interests include: (a) Single-Molecule Protein Dynamics: conformation dynamics in protein-protein interactions; (b) Non-equilibrium Statistical Thermodynamics; (c) High-Fidelity Multi-resolution 3D Spectral Imaging: energy biosciences and cellular uptake; (d) Photon Nudging: 3D manipulation of nanoprobes and mesoscopic interfacial fluctuations. 

 

报告题目:Plasmonically Enhanced Nanoprobes for Biomedical Applications 

报 告 人:Prof. Jwa-Min Nam (Seoul National University)  

报告时间:2018年11月6日(星期二)14:30-15:30 

报告地点:嘉定园区学术活动中心一楼多功能厅 

 

 

 

Designing, synthesizing and controlling plasmonic metal nanostructures with high precision and high yield are of paramount importance in optics, nanoscience, chemistry, materials science, energy and biotechnology. In particular, synthesizing and utilizing plasmonic nanostructures with ultrastrong, controllable and quantifiable signals is key to the wide and practical use of plasmonic enhancement-based spectroscopies including surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) and metal-enhanced fluorescence (MEF), but highly challenging. Here, I will introduce the design and synthetic strategies for molecularly tunable and structurally reproducible plasmonic nanostructures (particularly, plasmonically coupled structures with a nanogap) with strong, controllable and quantifiable SERS, MEF and dark-field light scattering signals. I will also show their potentials in addressing some of important challenges in science, and discuss how these new plasmonic materials can lead us to new breakthroughs in biotechnologies including biosensing, bioimaging and theranostic applications. 

Jwa-Min Nam (Dept. of Chemistry, Seoul National University)  

 Education 

-Hanyang University (Dept. of Chemistry): 1996 (B. S.) & 2000 (M. S.) 

-Northwestern University (Dept. of Chemistry): 2004 (Ph. D. w/ Prof. Chad Mirkin & Mark Ratner) 

 Professional Career 

-Consultant, Nanosphere, Inc.: 2004 

-Postdoc, Dept. of Chemistry, UC Berkeley & Lawrence Berkeley Nat’l Lab (w/ Prof. Jay Groves): 2004-2005 

-Assistant Professor (2006-2010), Associate Professor (2010-2015) and Full Professor (2015-Current), Department of Chemistry, Seoul National University 

-Director, Center for Innovative Nanomedical Technologies, Seoul Nat’l Univ.: 2016-Current 

-Department Head, National Center for Inter-University Research Facilities, Seoul Nat’l Univ.: 2018-Current 

-Visiting Professor, UC Berkeley (2018), National University of Singapore (2013 & 2017), Peking University (2016), The University of Tokyo (2016), Nanyang Technological University (2015) & Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2014) 

-Editorial Board Member, ChemNanoMat (Wiley-VCH): 2014-Current 

-Executive Advisory Board Member, Small Methods (Wiley-VCH): 2016-Current 

-Editorial Advisory Board, Particle & Particle Systems Characterization (Wiley-VCH): 2018-Current 

-Editorial Advisory Board, ACS Central Science (ACS Publications): 2019- 

-Consultant, NB POSTECH: 2017-Current 

 Selected honors and Awards 

-Basic Research Award from the Minister, Ministry of Science and ICT, Republic of Korea: 2017 

-Vice-Chair & Member, Young Korean Academy of Science and Technology: 2017-Current  

-Chinese Academy of Sciences Fellowship for International Scientists: 2014-2015 

-Distinguished Lectureship Award, Chemical Society of Japan: 2013 

-Presidential Young Scientist Award, President of the Republic of Korea: 2012 

-Member, Global Young Academy: 2012-Current 

-Young Inorganic Chemist Award, Korean Chemical Society: 2012 

-Outstanding Research Achievement Award, Ministry of Edu., Sci. & Tech., Republic of Korea: 2010 

-Victor K. LaMer Award, American Chemical Society: 2006 

-Collegiate Inventors Award, National Inventors Hall of Fame, USA & USPTO: 2004 

 >235 Plenary, Keynote and Invited Talks at Conferences, Universities, Institutes and Companies.. 

 

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