Online Event – Hot Electron Applications & Technology

Join Industry and Academic speakers from the Reactive Plasmonics team at our Industry Open Day on 25 November to discuss how this research affects your industry.

Sensing – Catalysis – Nanoscale Heating: Perspectives from academia and industry 

New research on “Reactive Plasmonics”, led by King’s and Imperial, is developing technologies to harness the large intrinsic thermal energy of light. Remarkably, “hot electrons” excited by light in metals achieve temperatures of many 1000 oC, while the host metal remains near ambient conditions. This activates a range of opto-electronic and photo-chemical processes with applications in photodetection, sensing, catalysis and localized thermal treatments.

Take part in tailored discussion sessions on each scientific theme and talk to Students and Postdocs about how they would apply their research in: 

Catalysis  – photochemistry; Sabatier process; photocatalysts

Sensing  – bandgap free photodetectors; gas sensors

Nanoscale Heat – thermometry; photo-acoustics; refractory materials

Join Industry and Academic speakers from the Reactive Plasmonics team at our Industry Open Day on 25 November to discuss how this research affects your industry.

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