02. 11. 2023 14:00

Ing. Tomáš Neuman, Ph.D. » Teorie foto a elektroluminescence v rastrovacím tunelovacím mikroskopu

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Online link: www.fzu.cz

Location: Seminar room KFKL, MFF UK (room F052 - ground floor near the rear staircase, Ke Karlovu 5)

I will talk about the theoretical perspective on a microscopy technique that combines the atomic-scale resolution of a scanning-tunneling microscope (STM) with optics. We have shown how this method, taking advantage of phenomena such as the optical Stark shift or plasmonic Purcell effect, can reveal excited-state properties of nanoscale samples with unprecedented spatial resolution. Besides introducing the method and the mechanism of STM-induced luminescence applied to dye molecules, I will discuss some of its applications and extensions including the study of phototautomerization of a single molecule, and a theoretical view on correlated photon emission from electrically driven organic molecules.

Seminar on Condensed Matter Theory

Group of Theoretical Physics organizes a regular seminar on theory of condensed matter physics.

Usually, we meet
every Thursdays at 13:00
in seminar room F 052
Ke Karlovu 5, 121 16 Praha 2.

You are welcome to join us!

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