2024年复旦大学物理学研究生国际暑期学校开始招生!
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2024复旦大学物理学研究生(光物理)暑期学校开始招生

 

活动介绍

为加强国际学术交流与对话,活跃物理系研究生暑期科研学术氛围,推动一流学科建设,提高研究生培养质量,复旦大学物理学系将组织系列国际物理学暑期学校。每年的主题将在凝聚态物理、光物理与原子分子物理、理论与计算物理、粒子物理与原子核物理这四个二级学科中轮换。2024 年的主题是光物理,将聚焦微纳光学、超快和非线性光学以及量子光学三个前沿领域

国际暑期学校从85-17日在复旦大学江湾校区举行,由复旦大学主办,复旦大学物理学系承办,依托应用表面物理国家重点实验室、上海市超构表面光场调控重点实验室和微纳光子结构教育部重点实验室,以国际化、前沿性、融合交叉为特色,为优秀学生拓宽视野、交流思想提供一流的学习平台。学校聘请 10 多位活跃在该领域学术前沿并有丰富教学经验的国际著名学者为授课教师,全英文集中讲授相关领域的前沿和热点。

暑期学校以讲座和研讨会等方式开展。

 

活动时间

  202485日至817

 

活动地点

  复旦大学江湾校区

 

报名对象

全球范围内,光学相关专业的在读硕士、博士研究生,博士后、优秀高年级本科生和年轻学者

 

费用情况

暑期学校免收学费,提供参加学校活动的餐食,学员住宿费和交通费用自理。

 

申请流程

中国籍学生请登录:http://register.fudan.edu.cn/进行报名(推荐chrome浏览器)

外国籍学生请注册并登录https://istudent.fudan.edu.cn/apply进行报名

申请人请如实填写个人信息,报名截止时间为北京时间20246252471日前将以邮件方式通知或登录报名系统查询录取通知。

学校可为完整修读课程的同学开具修读证明,复旦大学研究生可计入学术活动必修环节。

 

联系方式

  联系人:严老师

  联系电话:021-31243502

  电子邮件:iss_physics@fudan.edu.cn

  暑期学校官网:iss-phys.fudan.edu.cn

 

暑期学校课程介绍

Module 1: Nanophotonics

        This module brings together world-leading Scientists including Prof. Javier García de Abajo form ICFO, Prof. Philippe Lalanne from CNRS, Prof. Lei Zhou from Fudan university and Prof. Yunfeng Xiao from Beijng University, who are experts in the field of Nanophotonics and plasmonic. This course covers major cutting-edge areas of nanophotonics including fundamental theory and experimental achievement and real applications.  

Module 2 Ultrafast optics and nonlinear optics

This module invites top international scholars including Prof. Chris Xu from Connell UniversityProf. Ji Gang Wang from Iowa State University, Prof. Markus Raschke from University of Colorado, Prof. Wei Xiong from UC San Diego and Prof. Jian Wu from Eest China Normal University, whose lectures address various cutting-edge fields of ultrafast optics and nonlinear optics.

Module 3 Quantum optics

This module brings together distinguished international scholars, including Prof. Päivi Törmä from Aalto University, Prof. Kihwan Kim from Tsinghua University and Prof. Xiaoming Sun from Institute of Computing Technology (CAS). 

 

专家介绍

Module 1 Nanophotonics

 

Prof. Javier García de Abajo 

Javier García de Abajo is currently an ICREA Research Professor and leader of the Nanophotonics Theory group at ICFO. He has worked on atomic collisions, surface science, electron microscope spectroscopies, plasmonics, and theoretical nanophotonics. He has co-authored 400+ papers that have accumulated 40,000+ citations and an H-index of 101 (WOS, May 2024). He is a Fellow of both the American Physical Society and the Optical Society of America.

 

Prof. Philippe Lalanne 

Philippe Lalanne is a CNRS Research Director. He is an international expert in computational and nanoscale electrodynamics.   At the LP2N, he is currently studying the non-Hermitian dissipative coupling of light with nanoresonators and the properties of disordered optical metasurfaces. From 2018 to 2022, he was director of the GDR Ondes. He is a member of the editorial board of Laser & Photonics Reviews. He is a recipient of the Bronze medal of CNRS, the prix Fabry de Gramont of the Société Française d’Optique. He is a fellow of the IOP, OPTICA and SPIE.

 

Prof. Lei Zhou 

Lei Zhou, Xi'de Chair Professor at Physics Department of Fudan University. He received B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from Fudan University in 1992 and 1997, respectively. After postdoctoral research at Tohoku University of Japan and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, he joined the faculty of Fudan University in 2004. His research interests lie in the fields of nanophotonics and metamaterials, and has authored or co-authored more than 200 refereed journal papers with over 21000 citations, and has delivered over 130 invited talks/seminars in international/national conferences. He was awarded the WOS Highly Cited Researcher since 2019. He is the co-funding editor of the international review journal of Photonics Insights and the managing editor of Nanophotonics.  He is a Fellow of OPTICA.

 

Prof. Yunfeng Xiao 

Yunfeng Xiao, Boya Distinguished Professor at Peking University, New Cornerstone Investigator. He received B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2002 and 2007, respectively. After postdoctoral research at Washington University in St. Louis, he joined the faculty of Peking University in January of 2009. He was promoted a tenured associate and a full professor in 2014 and 2019, respectively. He was a JSPS invited fellow from January to February of 2016. His research interests lie in the fields of whispering-gallery microcavity optics and photonics, and has authored or co-authored more than 200 refereed journal papers with over 10000 citations, and has delivered over 100 invited talks/seminars in international/national conferences. He was awarded the Tan Kah Kee Young Scientist Award, the Rao-Yutai Prize in physics, and the Wang Daheng Optics Prize. He is Fellow of OSA, COS and SPIE.

 

Module 2 Ultrafast and nonlinear optics

 

Prof. Chris Xu 

Chris Xu is the IBM Professor of Engineering and Director of the School of Applied and Engineering Physics. Chris Xu’s group at Cornell pioneered the development of temporal focusing and long-wavelength two- and three-photon microscopy for deep-tissue imaging. His current research areas are fiber optics and optical imaging, with major thrusts in deep-tissue imaging, laser development, and smart and efficient optical imaging. He has published 9 book chapters and more than 300 journal and conference papers. He has won the NSF CAREER award, Bell Labs team research award, and the Tau Beta Pi and two other teaching awards from Cornell Engineering College. He is a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and a fellow of Optica.

 

Prof. Markus Raschke 

Markus Raschke is a professor at the Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry, and JILA at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The research in his group is on the development of new nano-scale nonlinear and ultrafast spectroscopy techniques to control the light-matter interaction on the nanoscale and image domain order correlated matter. He received his PhD in 2000 from the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the Technical University in Munich, Germany. Following research appointments at the University of California at Berkeley, and the Max-Born-Institute in Berlin, he became faculty member at the University of Washington, before moving with his group to Boulder in 2010. Prof. Markus Raschke published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles (among others in Science and Nature) focused on experimental nonlinear and ultrafast nano-optics. Spatio-temporal optical control, optical antennas, surface plasmon and phonon polaritons, extreme nonlinear optics, strong light matter interaction. 

 

Prof. Ji Gang Wang 

Ji Gang Wang, professor of physics and astronomy at Iowa State University. He  investigate diverse light-driven coherent and non-equilibrium quantum systems from superconducting, magnetic, and topological materials to nano-junctions and quantum circuits. He is a Fellow of both the American Physical Society and the Optical Society of America.

 

Prof. Wei Xiong   

Wei Xiong is Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UC San Diego . He aims to controlling and understanding how structures and ultrafast dynamics of molecules and materials change when they couple to chemical environments, to each other and to photonic cavities.

 

Prof. Jian Wu 

Jian Wu is a professor at the State Key Laboratory of Precision Spectroscopy and East China Normal University. He primarily engages in scientific research in the field of ultrafast optics. In recent years, he has published over 100 SCI papers in top international academic journals such as Nature Physics and Physical Review Letters. (to be updated)

 

Module 3 Quantum Optics

 

Prof. Päivi Törmä 

Päivi Törmä is a Finnish physics professor at Aalto University. She works in the fields of quantum many-body physics, superconductivity, and nanophotonics. She has served the academic community by leading the Nanoscience Centre at University of Jyväskylä 2002-2005, as director of the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in Computational Nanoscience 2013-2017, vice chair of the Academy of Finland board 2010-2014, and member of the Research and Innovation Council chaired by the prime minister of Finland 2007-2015. Since 2017 she is the chair of the Millennium Technology Prize International Selection Committee. Päivi Törmä is an elected member of the Academia Europaea (2021), the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters (2017), the Finnish Academy of Technology (2011), and the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters (2006).

 

Prof. Kihwan Kim 

Kihwan Kim, Tenured Associated Professor in the Department of Physics at Tsinghua University. He recieved B.S and Ph.D. degrees in Seoul National Universiy in 1996 and 2004. He aims to developing  quantum device with trapped ions for quantum information processing, and has has authored or co-authored more than 70 refereed journal papers,  Including Nature, Nature Photonics, Nature Physics and so on.

 

Prof. Xiaoming Sun 

Xiaoming Sun is a professor at Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the director of laboratory for quantum computation and theoretical computer science, ICT. His research interests span quantum computing, computational complexity, approximation algorithms, and combinatorics. He is currently the director of the CCF Technical Committee on Theoretical Computer Science. He is a member of the steering committee of the COCOON conference and an editorial board member of Information and Computation, SCIENCE CHINA: Information Sciences, JCST, and Frontiers of Computer Science.

 

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