The 5th Optical Manipulation and Structured Materials Conference(OMC2018)


April 25 Wed.

OMC&BISC1: OMC and BISC Joint Session 1
Chair: Takashige Omatsu(Chiba University, Japan)

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13:30 14:00 OMC&BISC1-1Plenary High Temporal and Spatial Pattern Stimulation to Manipulate  Brain Function Hiroaki Wake1, Koichiro Haruwaka1, Xiangyu Quan2, Osamu Matoba2
1Kobe University of Graduate School of Medicine, Japan,
2Kobe University, Japan
In the central nervous system (CNS), glial cells, originally termed “nervenkitt,” recently focused because of the understanding of their physiological functions. Here, we focused how glial cell regulates the function of neuronal circuits using in vivo two photon microscope.
14:00 14:30 OMC&BISC1-2Plenary Femtosecond Laser Trapping, Assembling, and Ejection Dynamics of Dielectric Nanoparticles in Solution Hiroshi Masuhara1, J. Chen1, W. Chiang1, 2, A. Usman3, T. Sugiyama1, 4, J. Hofkens2
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan,
2Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium,
3Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam,
4Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
We study femtosecond laser trapping dynamics of Rayleigh particles by examining polystyrene, silica, and surfacemodified silica nanoparticles with different diameter and by changing solvent viscosity.
14:30 15:00 OMC&BISC1-3Plenary Monitoring Ruffling Cells by Lattice Light-sheet Microscopy Bi-Chang Chen, Wei-Chun Tang, Peilin Chen
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
The membrane ruffling can be triggered by rapamycin and/or blue light. After stimulation, the three- dimensional dynamics of membrane ruffling has been recorded by lattice light-sheet microscope (LLSM), which is capable of high spatial and temporal recording over three-dimensions.
15:00 15:30 Break
April 26 Thu.

Chair: Keiji Sasaki(Hokkaido Univ., Japan)

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9:00 9:30 OMC1-1Invited Optical Fiber Nano-Tweezers, A Complementary Approach for Micro- and Nanoparticle Trapping Jochen Fick
Institut NÉEL
9:30 10:00 OMC1-2Invited Seeing is believing: single molecule microscopy, a powerful tool from nanoparticle investigations to microbiome analysis. Johan Hofkens
KU Leuven, Belgium
10:00 10:15 OMC1-3 Optical Trapping of Gold and Semiconductor Nanoparticles at Oil-Water Interfaces with A Focused Near-Infrared Laser Beam Tatsuya Shoji1, S. Naka1, S. Koyama2, T. Kameyama2, T. Torimoto2, Y. Tsuboi1
1Osaka City Univ, Japan,
2Nagoya Univ., Japan
A tightly focused laser beam exerts optical force on nanoparticles dispersed in an aqueous solution, leading to an optical trapping of them at the focal point.
10:15 10:30 OMC1-4 Nanoparticle Manipulation Using A Tapered Fiber Hideki Fujiwara, K. Yamauchi, K. Sasaki
Hokkaido Univ, Japan
Optical trapping has utilized for manipulating micrometer-sized objects such as biological tissues.
10:30 10:45 OMC1-5 Simultaneous Optical Trapping and Imaging in Axial Plane Ming Lei, Y. Liang
Xi’an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, China
Optical tweezers has demonstrated great success in widespread applications, such as life science, atom cooling and fundamental physics.
10:45 11:00 Break

Chair: Juan José Sáenz(Univ. Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)

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11:00 11:30 OMC2-1Invited The Dynamics of Trapped, Rotating Microparticles in Vacuum Kishan Dholakia
University of St. Andrews, UK
11:30 11:45 OMC2-2 Hydrodynamic Micro-Manipulation Using Optically Actuated Flow Control Une Butaite1, D. Phillips2, J. Taylor1, G. Gibson1
1University of Glasgow, United Kingdom,
2University of Exeter, United Kingdom
The advancement of techniques to control matter at small scales, optical trapping, for example, has driven the growth of nanotechnology. However, optical tweezers are limited by what types of materials and what size of objects they can affect.
11:45 12:00 OMC2-3 Remote Plasmonic Optical Trapping on Silver Nanowire Induced by Nonlinear Wave-Mixing Effects Shuichi Toyouchi
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
We have experimentally demonstrated remote plasmonic optical trapping on a chemically-synthesized silver nanowire (AgNW) induced by nonlinear optical effects, i.e. sum-frequency generation (SFG) and four wave-mixing (FWM).
12:00 12:15 OMC2-4 Manipulation of Nanoparticles with Tailored Optical Focal Field Guanghao Rui, B. Gu, Y. Cui
Southeast University, China
We develop a novel strategy to form a stable 3D manipulating of dielectric and metallic nanoparticles even under the most challenging situations through careful and purposeful engineering a vectorial optical field as the illumination.
12:15 13:30 Lunch

Chair: Min-Kyo Seo(KAIST, Korea)

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13:30 14:00 OMC3-1Invited Movement of Matter by Light-fueled Molecular Machines: Theory and Experiments Zouheir Sekkat
MAScIR, Morocco
In this talk, I will discuss the concept of the photoisomerization force and its role in the phtotinduced motion of matter supported by molecular machines.
14:00 14:15 OMC3-2 Optical Vortex Induced Chiral Mass-Transport of Azo-Polymer Through Two Photon Absorption Keigo Masuda1, S. Nakano1, Y. Kinezuka1, M. Ichijo1, R. Shinozaki1, K. Miyamoto1, 2, T. Omatsu1, 2
1Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science, Chiba University, Japan,
2Molecular Chirality Research Center, Chiba University, Japan
Azo-polymer exhibits mass-transport owing to cis-trans photo-isomerization upon irradiation of visible light, resulting in the establishment of a surface relief.
14:15 14:30 OMC3-3 Thermophoresis-assisted Optical trapping of Pyrene-labeled Hydrophilic Polymer Chains Kenta Ushiro1, T. Shoji1, T. Asoh1, F. Kato2, K. Murakoshi2, Y. Tsuboi1
1Osaka City University, Japan,
2Hokkaido University, Japan
We found that plasmonic optical trapping of soft nanomaterials were driven not only by an enhanced optical force but also by thermophoretic force.
14:30 14:45 OMC3-4 Sub-Millimeter Helical Fiber Created by Bessel Vortex Beam Illumination Junhyung Lee1, Y. Arita2, 3, R. Matsuo1, S. Toyoshima1, K. Miyamoto1, 2, K. Dholakia1, 3, T. Omatsu1, 2
1Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Chiba University, Japan,
2Molecular Chirality Research Center, Chiba University, Japan,
3SUPA, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
We fabricated the self-writing of sub-millimeter helical fibers in an ultraviolet photo-cure resin by irradiation of optical vortex beam irradiation in single photon regime.
14:45 15:15 Break

Chair: Pavel Zemánek(Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i., Czech Republic)

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15:15 15:30 OMC4-1 Property of Magnetic Trapping of Superconducting Sub-micron Particles Jun Naoi1, Y. Takahashi1, M. Takamune1, Y. Nakamura1, M. Kumakura2, M. Ashida3, F. Matsushima1, Y. Moriwaki1
1University of Toyama, Japan,
2University of Fukui, Japan,
3Osaka University, Japan
Laser ablation in superfluid helium is one of the effective experimental technique for producing nano and micro particles. This technique potentially produces particles with single crystalline spherical structure.
15:30 15:45 OMC4-2 Laser Induced Metal Particle Migration in Glass Hirofumi Hidai, A. Sawafuji, S. Matsusaka, A. Chiba, N. Morita
Chiba Univ, Japan
We have reported that laser-induced metal particle migration in glass. Laser illumination heated a metal particle in glass. The surrounding glass of the metal particle was also heated and softened; hence, the metal particle migrated in the glass.
15:45 16:45 OMC4-3 Au nanoparticles fabricated by optical vortex ablation Nakamura Yuri1, Katsuhiko Miyamoto2, Tsukasa Torimoto3, Yasuyuki Tsuboi4, Takashige Omatsu2
1Chiba univ, Japan,
2Chiba Univ. Molecular Chirality Research Center, Japan,
3Nagoya University, Japan,
4Osaka City University, Japan
We present the new structured string-shaped Au nano-structures, formed by employing the optical vortex ablation processing on an Au thin film. Such structured materials are expected to pave the way for advanced chemical reactions.
16:00 16:15 OMC4-4 Fabrication of Cadmium Selenide Quantum Dots with Laser Ablation in Superfluid Helium Yosuke Minowa, T. Suzuki, K. Setoura, S. Ito, H. Miyasaka, M. Ashida
Osaka Univ, Japan
We fabricated semiconductor cadmium selenide (CdSe) quantum dots via the pulsed laser ablation in the superfluid helium. The fabricated quantum dots showed blue-shifted fluorescence due to the strong quantum confinement effect.
16:15 16:30 Break

Chair: Takashige Omatsu(Chiba Univ., Japan)

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16:30 16:45 OMC5-1 Bottle Beam Generation from A Frequency-Doubled Nd:YVO4 Laser with A Tightly End-Pumping Geometry J. Tung1, Y. Ma1, Y. Chen2, K. Miyamoto1, T. Omatsu1
1Chiba University, Japan,
2National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Bottle beams with a zero-intensity zone surrounded by three-dimensional bright regions are of considerable interest in atom traps, optical shielding and imaging techniques.
16:45 17:00 OMC5-2 Evaluation of Laguerre-Gaussian Beam Generated with Integrable Phase-Modulating Surface-Emitting Lasers  Yu Takiguchi, K. Hirose, T. Sugiyama, S. Uenoyama, Y. Nomoto, Y. Kurosaka
Hamamatsu Photonics KK, Japan
We demonstrated direct surface-emitting of Laguerre–Gaussian beams with wavefront modulated lasers. This integrable phase-modulating surface-emitting lasers has potential to emit arbitrarily configured beam patterns without requiring any optical elements or scanning devices.
17:00 17:15 OMC5-3 Analytical Representation for Structured Light Generated by Astigmatic Transformation of Hermite-Gaussian Beams Y. Hsieh, P. Tuan, J. Tung, K. Su, H. Liang, Y. Chen
NCTU, Taiwan
Theoretical wave functions are analytically derived to formulate the propagation evolution of the Hermite-Gaussian (HG) beams transformed by single lens astigmatic mode converter with arbitrary angle.
17:15 17:30 OMC5-4 Parameter Optimization for Observation of High-Dimensional Effect in Orbital Angular Momentum Entanglement Yoko Miyamoto
Univ of Electro-Communications, Japan
Anharmonic behavior of coincidence count rate obtained with the hologram shifting method can be used to probe high-dimensional effect of orbital angular momentum (OAM) entangled photon pairs.
17:30 17:45 OMC5-5 Generation of High-Energy Geometric Structured Beams by Off-Axis Pumped Nd:YAG/Cr4+:YAG Lasers with Degenerate Resonators Pi-Hui Tuan1, Y. Hsieh1, H. Liang2, K. Su1, Y. Chen1
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan,
2National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan
Off-axis pumped Nd:YAG/Cr4+:YAG lasers under degenerate cavity conditions are explored to achieve high-pulseenergy geometric modes for beam transformation.
17:45 18:00 OMC5-6 Shrinking Optical Vortex to the Nanoscale Jingbo Sun1, Keigo Masud1, 2, Tianboyu Xu1, Katsuhiko Miyamoto2, 3, Takashige Omatsu2, 3, Natalia M. Litchinitser1
1The State University of New York, USA,
2Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science, Chiba University, Japan,
3Molecular Chirality Research Center, Chiba University, Japan
April 27 Fri.

Chair: Kishan Dholakia(Univ. of St. Andrews, UK)

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9:00 9:30 OMC6-1Invited Juan Jose Saenz
9:30 9:45 OMC6-2 Nano-particle manipulation using a plasmonic multimer nano-structure Shutaro Ishida, K. Sudo, K. Sasaki
Hokkaido Univ, Japan
We have demonstrated a nano-particle rotation above plasmon-resonant gold multimer nano-structures with a nanogap and a circularly polarized laser.
9:45 10:00 OMC6-3 Graphene nanoridges as a directional plasmon launcher Sanpon Vantasin1, Y. Y. Tanaka1, 2, T. Shimura1
1The University of Tokyo, Institute of Industrial Science, Japan,
2Japan Science and Technology Agency, PRESTO, Japan
The fascinating properties of graphene plasmon such as tunability and extreme wavelength confinement are feasible for nanodevice applications, especially nanosensors and nanomodulators.
10:00 10:15 OMC6-4 High-Density Assembly of Micro-Dispersoids by Laser-Induced Bubble and Fluid Flow Yasuyuki Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, T. Iida
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
A laser-induced micro-bubble and fluid flow can assemble dispersoids locally (~10 μm) and rapidly from a wide range (~1 cm) by photothermal effect based on CW laser illumination to light-absorptive materials, which have been applied to the bottomup preparation method of nano/micro-structures.
10:15 10:30 OMC6-5 Motion of Optically Bound Particles in Tractor Beam Jana Damková, L. Chvátal, J. Ježek, J. Oulehla, O. Brzobohatý, P. Zemánek
ISI of the CAS vvi, Czech Republic
We investigate theoretically and experimentally motion of particle pairs optically bound in tractor beam that is created by retro-reflected wide Gaussian beam.
10:30 11:00 Break

Chair: Yoshihiko Arita(Univ. of St. Andrews, UK)

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11:00 11:30 OMC7-1Invited Underdamped and Overdamped Dynamics of Objects in Nonlinear Optical Potentials Pavel Zemánek1, S. Simpson1, M. Siler1, P. Jakl1, J. Damkova1, V. Svak1, A. Arzola2, K. Volke-Sepulveda3, R. Filip4
1Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCRvvi, Czech Republic,
2Instituto de Física, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico,
3Instituto de Física, Mexico,
4Department of Optics, Palacky University, Czech Republic
We present a few of our recent theoretical and experimental results related to the behavior of micron-scale particles placed into nonlinear optical potentials.
11:30 11:45 OMC7-2 The Temperature of An Optically Trapped, Rotating Upconverting-Microparticle Yoshihiko Arita
University of St. Andrews
11:45 12:00 OMC7-3 Optical Properties of Nano-Hole Array with Randomly Designed Surface Mamoru Tamura, S. Tokonami, T. Iida
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Various optical properties originated from the surface plasmon resonance have been much studied, as the example of extraordinary optical transmission (EOT) arising in the metallic thin film with a nano-hole array (NHA).
12:00 12:15 OMC7-4 Nonlinear Self-Action of Bloch Surface Waves Governed by Gradient Optical Forces Daniil Shilkin1, 2, E. V. Lyubin1, A. A. Fedyanin1
1Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation,
2Center for Functionalized Magnetic Materials, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Russian Federation
Nonlinear self-action of Bloch surface waves (BSWs) at the interface between a one-dimensional photonic crystal and a water suspension of 50-nm polystyrene nanoparticles is experimentally studied.
12:15 13:00 Break

OMCp: Poster Session

Exhibition Hall A

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13:00 14:00 OMCp-1 Polarization Control Based on Graphene Hyperbolic Metamaterials Tao Wang, L. Cheng
Huazhong Univ of Science and Technology, China
Polarization manipulation of the electromagnetic wave is essential for numerous and extensive applications such as biological imaging, sensing, communication and microscopy.
OMCp-2 Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Photonic Jet Array From Rectangle Phase Diffraction Grating Cheng-Yang Liu1, T. Yen1, O. V. Minin2, I. V. Minin2
1Tamkang Univ, Taiwan,
2Siberian State University of Geosystem and Technologies, Russian Federation
The generations of photonic jet array using rectangle phase diffraction grating at visible light region are demonstrated numerically and experimentally for the first time.
OMCp-3 Dispersion of Quantum Dots into Gases Toward Their Optical Manipulation Mitsutaka Kumakura, A. Kinan, T. Moriyasu
Univ of Fukui, Japan
To realize optical manipulation and measurement for isolated quantum dots (QDs) in gaseous phase, we are developing experimental apparatus for dispersing QDs into a gas by using droplets of organic solvents.
OMCp-4 Multiplexed Volume Holographic Gratings for Simultaneous Generation of Airy and Dual Airy Beams Sunil Vyas, Y. Chia, Y. Luo
National Taiwan Univ, Taiwan
Most of the generation techniques of structured light are inherently wavelength dependent. Holography has always played an important role in generating structured light. Volume holograms have ability to Bragg diffract only a narrow band of wavelengths.
OMCp-5 Thermal Analysis for Ion Beam Processing of the Unimorph Deformable Mirror Zhanbin Fan, C. Guan, G. Tie, S. Chen
National University of Defense Technology, China
The unimorph deformable mirror (DM) is favored in the field of synchrotron radiation due to its simple structure, dynamic surface figure and adaptive adjustment. The request of mirror surface accuracy on the synchrotron radiation beam focus can be up to sub-nanometer RMS.
OMCp-6 Thermal Analysis for Ion Beam Processing of the Unimorph Deformable Mirror Fan Zhanbin, C. Guan, G. Tie, S. Chen
National University of Defense Technology, China
The unimorph deformable mirror (DM) is favored in the field of synchrotron radiation due to its simple structure, dynamic surface figure and adaptive adjustment. The request of mirror surface accuracy on the synchrotron radiation beam focus can be up to sub-nanometer RMS.
OMCp-7 Preparation of Low-Toxic Zn-Ag-In-Te Quantum Dots with Tunable Near-IR Emission Toward Optical Applications Tatsuya Kameyama1, K. Sugiura1, Y. Ishigami1, T. Yamamoto1, S. Kuwabata2, T. Okuhata3, N. Tamai3, T. Torimoto1
1Nagoya Univ., Japan,
2Osaka Univ., Japan,
3Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) composed of ZnTe-AgInTe2 solid solution ((AgIn)xZn2(1-x)Te2, ZAITe) were synthesized by a thermal reaction of corresponding metal acetates and a Te precursor in 1-dodecanethiol.
OMCp-8 Trapping and Manipulation of Individual Cells in the Crowd Qian Zhao
The University of Science and Technology of China, China
Manipulating single cell with optical tweezers in vitro or in vivo plays an important role in biological research, whereas the manipulation of individual cells might be affected by the neighbor cells especially in the crowd environment.
OMCp-9 Dynamic Shaping of Orbital-Angular-Momentum Beams with An Optimized Lee Method Xinyao Hu
The University of Science and Technology of China, China
Shaping complex fields with a digital micromirror device (DMD) has attracted much attention recently due to its potential application in optical communication and microscopy.
OMCp-10 Proposed Selective Optical Transport of Nanoparticles using Counter-Propagating Beams Takudo Wada, H. Ishihara
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Optical manipulation is a technique for mechanically manipulating minute substances by using radiation force from laser beams.
OMCp-11 Optical Forces on A Nonlinear Optical Rayleigh Particle Induced by Highrepetition-Rate Femtosecond Laser Pulses Bing Gu1, L. Gong1, G. Rui1, Y. Cui1, Z. Zhu2, Q. Zhan3
1Southeast Univ, China,
2Nanjing Normal University, China,
3University of Dayton, United States
The principle of optical trapping is conventionally based on the interaction of optical fields with linear-induced polarizations.
OMCp-12 Metalens for Structure Light Mu Ku Chen1, Cheng Hung Chu2, Hsin Yu Kuo1, Yu Han Chen1, Ren Jie Lin1, Jia-Wern Chen1, Din Ping K. Tsai1, 2
1Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan,
2Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Metalens have great ability in light focusing and can be tailored to exhibit varied functionalities in ultrathin optical applications.
OMCp-13 Active Polarization Control of Optical Fields Localized on Gold Nano-Rectangles S. Hashiyada, T. Narushima, H. Okamoto
Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
We demonstrate here that control of local optical field near a single non-chiral gold nano-rectangle irradiated with linearly polarized light is possible from linearly polarized to nearly pure left- or right-handed circular polarization, by adjusting the angle of the incident polarization relative to the rectangle.
OMCp-14 Optical Manipulation of Nonlinear Vibration of Graphene Mechanical Resonator Taichi Inoue, Y. Anno, Y. Imakita, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Graphene mechanical resonator (G-MR) has possibilities of high sensitive sensor because of excellent mechanical properties. In many cases, G-MR has been actuated in linear resume.
OMCp-15 Optical Manipulation of Vibration Amplitude of Electrostatically Actuated Cantilevered MoS2 Daiki Yoshikawa, Y. Miyamoto, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Transition metal dichalcogenide such as MoS2 is expected as high performance nano-electro-mechanical devices due to their unique electrical, optical and mechanical properties.
OMCp-16 Hyper-Entanglement Preservation in Quantum Optical Circuits Vladimir Nikulin
Binghamton Univ, United States
Secure optical data links can be implemented using quantum communication (QC) protocols that offer physical-layer encryption without the mathematical complexity of traditional cryptography.
OMCp-17 Novel Non-plasmonic Optical Trapping; Nano-Structured Semiconductor Assisted (NASSCA) Optical Tweezers Yuki Uenobo1, Tatsuya Shoji1, Ayaka Mototsuji1, S. Komoto1, T. Nagai1, Yasuyuki Tsuboi1, J. Saulius2, L. Denver2, Swinburne2
1Osaka City University, Japan,
2University of Technology, Australia
We have studied plasmonic optical tweezers (POT) for nanomaterials such as DNA and polymers. These nanomaterials would be efficiently trapped by a plasmon-enhanced optical force.
OMCp-18 Raman Microspectroscopic Study on an Optically Formed Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Rich Microparticle: Molecular Weight Dependence of a Polymer Concentration in the Particle Kayo Fujiwara, T. Shoji, M. Matsumoto, T. Asoh, T. Nishiyama, H. Horibe, Y. Tsuboi
Osaka City University, Japan
Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) solution, which is a representative thermoresponsive polymer, exhibits a phase separation with a formation of polymer-rich microparticles due to dehydration and aggregation of the polymer chains above a lower critical solution temperature (LCST).
OMCp-19 Temperature at the Focal Point of Optical Trapping Beam: Evaluation Using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Kenji Setoura, S. Ito, K. Fujita, H. Miyasaka
Osaka Univ, Japan
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy was applied to the evaluation of the local heating at the focal spot of nearinfrared laser for optical trapping.
OMCp-20 Optofluidics Driven by Photothermal Effects of Single Gold Nanoparticles Kenji Setoura, S. Ito, H. Miyasaka
Osaka University, Japan
Gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) exhibit strong light absorption due to localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR), and efficiently convert light energy into heat under illumination.
OMCp-21 In-Situ Observation of Molecules in the Strong Coupling States Kei Murakoshi, F. Kato, H. Minamimoto
Hokkaido Univ, Japan
We have attempted to control molecular behavior of a small number of molecules which are strongly coupled with the localized light energy in the vicinity of the metal nano structures.
OMCp-22 In-situ SERS Observation of Selective Molecule Optical Trapping Kei Murakoshi, N. Oyamada, H. Minamimoto
Hokkaido Univ, Japan
It is predicted by various theoretical studies that nanometer size molecules could be trapped in the strong electromagnetic field due to its steep spatial gradient of the filed intensity.
OMCp-23 Optical control of orientation of nanosheet in colloidal state Yasutaka Suzuki1, Toshiaki Iwai2
1Yamaguchi University, Japan,
2Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

Chair: Zouheir Sekkat(Moroccan Foundation for Advanced Science, Innovation and Research, Morocco)

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14:00 14:30 OMC8-1Invited Resonant Light Scattering Properties of A Single Wavelength-Scale Nanorod Structure Donghyeong Kim, H. Ee, J. Kim, M. Seo
KAIST, Korea
We investigated resonant light scattering properties of single wavelength-scale metallic or dielectric nanorods in the energy-momentum space. First, high-refractive-index silicon nanostructures supporting strong Mie resonances allow light manipulation beyond the optical diffraction limit.
14:30 14:45 OMC8-2 Circular Polarization Dissymmetry of Two-Photon-Induced Photoluminescence from Chiral Plasmonic Nanostructured Metasurfaces K. Q. Le, H. Okamoto
Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
Chiral nanostructures exhibiting circular dichroism (CD) activities absorb different amounts of left- (LCP) and righthanded circularly polarized (RCP) light.
14:45 15:00 OMC8-3 Formation of Optical Vortices with All-Glass Nanostructured Gradient Index Masks Krzysztof Switkowski1, 2, A. Anuszkiewicz3, A. Filipkowski3, D. Pysz3, R. Stepien3, W. Krolikowski1, 4, R. Buczynski3, 5
1Science Program, Texas A&M University at Qatar, Qatar,
2Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland,
3Department of Glass/Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Poland,
4Australian National University, Australia,
5Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland
We report a development of microscopic size gradient index vortex masks using modified stack-and-draw technique, similar to that employed in fabrication of microstructured fibers. Vortex mask has a form of tens of microns thick, all-glass plate.
15:00 15:15 OMC8-4 Development of Nanostructured Gradient Index Microlenses for Mid Infrared Applications Buczyński, Ryszard1, 2, A. Anuszkiewicz1, P. Stafiej1, 2, J. Lisowska1, 2, A. Filipkowski1, D. Pysz1, j. Cimek1, M. Trippenbach1, R. Kasztelanic1
1Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Poland,
2University of Warsaw, Poland
Planar surface gradient index (GRIN) optics is well known class of optical microcomponents. The use of these elements is limited to the visible and near infrared range due to constrains of ion exchange-based technology.
15:15 15:30 OMC8-5 Optical Properties of Nanostructured Gradient Index Vortex Masks Alicja Anuszkiewicz1, J. Lisowska1, 2, A. Filipkowski1, R. Kasztelanic1, K. Switkowski3, M. Trippenbach2, W. Królikowski4, 5, D. Pysz, J. Cimek5, 6, R. Buczyński1, 2
1Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Poland,
2University of Warsaw, Poland,
3Warsaw University of Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Poland,
4Laser Physics Technology, Poland,
5Texas A&M University at Qatar, Qatar,
6Centre, Research School of Physics and Engineering, Australian National University, Australia
We have introduced recently a new approach for creating optical vortices by using nanostructured gradient index (GRIN) transmission masks. A nanostructured mask is composed of glass rods with diameter 3-5 times smaller than the operating wavelength.
15:30 15:45 Break

Chair: Masaaki Ashida(Osaka Univ., Japan)

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15:45 16:00 OMC9-1 Photoinduced Force Microscopy Imaging Using Heterodyne-FM Technique Junsuke Yamanishi, M. Tsujii, Y. Naitoh, Y. Li, Y. Sugawara
Osaka University, Japan
Photoinduced force microscopy (PiFM) is a promising technique to visualize nanometer optical imaging.
16:00 16:15 OMC9-2 Magnetic Spin Modulation by Optical Vortex-Induced Spin-Spin Interaction Yutaro Goto1, N. Yokoshi1, H. Ishihara1, 2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan,
2Osaka University, Japan
We investigate how an optical vortex radiation modulates magnetic spin order of a metallic chiral magnet. The optical vortex carries its intrinsic orbital angular momentum and has a toroidal field intensity, hence such a helical beam is expected to couple to angular momentum of electrons.
16:15 16:30 OMC9-3 Adaptive Optical System for Laser Beam Formation J. V. Sheldakova
Active Optics Night N Ltd, Russian Federation
Beam shaping tasks are widely used in many applications such as laser machining, laser fusion, different medical applications. Use of adaptive optics allows to modify the wavefront profile to get the desired intensity distribution in the far-field.
16:30 16:45 OMC9-4 Electrochemical Control of Ultra-Small Gap Distance at Metal Nanodimer Creating Highly Localized Plasmonic Field Kei Murakoshi, X. Li, H. Minamimoto, S. Oikawa
Hokkaido Univ, Japan
The optical property of plasmon-active metal nano dimer structure strongly depends on its shape and gap distance. Thus, the precise control of metal nano structure has been receiving much attention in various field.
16:45 17:00 OMC9-5 Numerical Study on Dynamical Behavior of Nanoparticles in Optical Vortex Ryo Nagura, T. Tsujimura, S. Kawano
Osaka University, Japan
When nanoparticles are exposed to an optical field with orbital angular momentum, i.e., optical vortex, they are swirled around the optical axis.
17:00 17:15 OMC9-6 Sensitivity Enhancement of Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging Sensor with Structural Parameter Optimization Based on Polarization Contrast Modulation Yi Sun, Y. Gao, T. Yang, X. Ma, X. Wang
Zhejiang University, China
With the fast growing need of biosensors for high-throughput and high-sensitivity detection, the surface plasmon resonance imaging (SPRi) sensing technology has been developed rapidly.
17:15 17:30 OMC9-7 Energy, Linear Momentum, and Angular Momentum Exchange between an Electromagnetic Wave-Packet and a Small Particle Masud Mansuripur
College of Optical Sciences Univ of Arizona, United States
The goal of the present article is to illustrate the mechanisms of exchange of energy as well as those of linear and angular momenta between an electromagnetic (EM) wave-packet propagating in free space and a small particle that acquires an induced polarization upon encountering the wave-packet.
17:30 17:45 OMC9-8 Exploiting Scattering for Single-Shot Measurement of the Orbital Angular Momentum Spectrum of Light Fields Lei Gong, Qian Zhao, Hao Zhang, Xinyao Hu, Yinmei Li
University of Science and Technology of China
In this paper, we propose a novel technique to coherently measure the OAM spectrum of light fields in a single shot manner by exploiting a scattering optical element.
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Takashige Omatsu
Chiba University, Japan
In this paper, we propose a novel technique to coherently measure the OAM spectrum of light fields in a single shot manner by exploiting a scattering optical element.