Prof. James W. M. Chon
Associate Professor at Swinburne University of Technology
SPIE Involvement:
Conference Chair | Editor | Author | Instructor | Student Chapter Advisor
Publications (9)

SPIE Conference Volume | January 15, 2018

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | January 2, 2018
Proc. SPIE. 10456, Nanophotonics Australasia 2017
KEYWORDS: Gold, Plasmonics, Scattering, Luminescence, Nanorods

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | April 27, 2016
Proc. SPIE. 9894, Nonlinear Optics and its Applications IV
KEYWORDS: Gold, Gold, Thin films, Femtosecond phenomena, Graphene, Metals, Composites, Refraction, Nonlinear optics, Nanocomposites, Nanocomposites, Saturable absorption, Absorption, Absorption

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | December 7, 2013
Proc. SPIE. 8923, Micro/Nano Materials, Devices, and Systems
KEYWORDS: Lithography, Microfluidics, Optical lithography, Glasses, Luminescence, Silicon, Fluorescence lifetime imaging, Computer aided design, Semiconducting wafers, Signaling molecules

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | April 23, 2008
Proc. SPIE. 6988, Nanophotonics II
KEYWORDS: Gold, Surface plasmons, Finite-difference time-domain method, Nanoparticles, Polymers, Metals, Dielectrics, Near field, Heterojunctions, Absorption

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | September 11, 2006
Proc. SPIE. 6326, Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation III
KEYWORDS: Resonators, Reflection, Luminescence, Interfaces, Optical resonators, Objectives, Analytical research, Two photon excitation microscopy, Optical microcavities, Absorption

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Conference Committee Involvement (1)
SPIE Nanophotonics Australasia 2017
10 December 2017 | Melbourne, Australia
Course Instructor
SC1227: Single Plasmonic Nanoparticle Linear (Scattering/Absorption) and Nonlinear (Multiphoton Absorption) Cross Section Spectroscopy
This course explains basic experimental and theoretical principles of measuring single plasmonic nanoparticle linear and nonlinear cross sections. Plasmonic nanoparticles have become important nanoagents for biolabelling, photothermal cancer therapy, data storage and sensing. Their extraordinary heat transduction and nonlinear luminescence capability is highly dependent in accurate measurement of individual absorption/scattering cross sections. This course will be overviewing the current existing methods of measuring extinction, scattering and absorption cross sections of these nanoparticles, both linear and nonlinear, equipping students and researchers to understand energy efficiencies of interested processes within a single nanoparticles. The knowledge is then translated to applications in two-photon imaging and dark-field imaging.
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