2016 FiO/OSA Plenary Talk

Controlling Light-matter Interactions on the Nanometer Scale

The past 20 years have brought exceptional control over light-matter interactions on the nanoscale. Today, localized optical fields are being probed with nanoscale materials and, vice versa, nanoscale materials are being controlled and manipulated with localized fields. In his talk as plenary speaker at the 2016 OSA/FiO conference in Rochester (NY), USA, Lukas Novotny discussed both early and recent developments in near-field optical spectroscopy and optical nanomanipulation.

To watch the video of the full speech, click here.