24/04 kl. 20:00
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Science & Cocktails: Approaching the quantum world of colourful plasmonic nanoparticles

Hvordan kan sådan noget lys opstå? (Foto: Science & Cocktails)

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24/04/2018 - 20:0004/24/2018 8:00pm 04/24/2018 11:30pm Science & Cocktails: Approaching the quantum world of colourful plasmonic nanoparticles

Science & Cocktails er et initiativ, der har eksisteret siden 2011 med ambitionen om at få forskning og viden ud til folk. Projektet er frivilligt og non-profit, og arrangementerne er altid gratis. Der loves oplæg fra forskere kombineret med friske cocktails og musik. 

D. 24. april kl. 20.00 skal det handle om plasmoner, og hvad det er. Hvordan kan metal bøje lys? Hvordan kan vi få de flotte lys og farver i katedral vinduer? Som Science & Cocktails skriver:

» What is the origin of vivid colors in ancient cathedral windows? How do metals respond to light and what are plasmons? How can we measure plasmonic nanostructures? What are the possible applications of plasmonic structures? Can we imagine one-atom thin structures?

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You should already now be curious about what a plasmon is? The further concept of quantum plasmonics might be intriguing, but perhaps also too complex so N. Asger Mortensen, recipient of the EliteForsk prize 2018, will take its starting point somewhere else. Whether being religious or not, you are probably all familiar with the beautifully colored glass mosaic windows that can be found in the many cathedrals of Europe dating back to the medieval period. Did you ever speculate on the origin of the vivid colors in these ancient cathedral windows? The secret lies in how metals respond to light. «

Begivenheden er gratis og der kræves ingen tilmelding. Dørene åbner kl 19.00.

NB: Begivenheden foregår på engelsk!

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Byens Lys, Christiania Science & Cocktails Europe/Berlin public
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24/04/2018 - 23:3004/24/2018 8:00pm 04/24/2018 11:30pm Science & Cocktails: Approaching the quantum world of colourful plasmonic nanoparticles

Science & Cocktails er et initiativ, der har eksisteret siden 2011 med ambitionen om at få forskning og viden ud til folk. Projektet er frivilligt og non-profit, og arrangementerne er altid gratis. Der loves oplæg fra forskere kombineret med friske cocktails og musik. 

D. 24. april kl. 20.00 skal det handle om plasmoner, og hvad det er. Hvordan kan metal bøje lys? Hvordan kan vi få de flotte lys og farver i katedral vinduer? Som Science & Cocktails skriver:

» What is the origin of vivid colors in ancient cathedral windows? How do metals respond to light and what are plasmons? How can we measure plasmonic nanostructures? What are the possible applications of plasmonic structures? Can we imagine one-atom thin structures?

...

You should already now be curious about what a plasmon is? The further concept of quantum plasmonics might be intriguing, but perhaps also too complex so N. Asger Mortensen, recipient of the EliteForsk prize 2018, will take its starting point somewhere else. Whether being religious or not, you are probably all familiar with the beautifully colored glass mosaic windows that can be found in the many cathedrals of Europe dating back to the medieval period. Did you ever speculate on the origin of the vivid colors in these ancient cathedral windows? The secret lies in how metals respond to light. «

Begivenheden er gratis og der kræves ingen tilmelding. Dørene åbner kl 19.00.

NB: Begivenheden foregår på engelsk!

Mere information om begivenheden kan findes her.

Byens Lys, Christiania Science & Cocktails Europe/Berlin public
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24/04/2018 - 20:0004/24/2018 8:00pm 04/24/2018 11:30pm Science & Cocktails: Approaching the quantum world of colourful plasmonic nanoparticles

Science & Cocktails er et initiativ, der har eksisteret siden 2011 med ambitionen om at få forskning og viden ud til folk. Projektet er frivilligt og non-profit, og arrangementerne er altid gratis. Der loves oplæg fra forskere kombineret med friske cocktails og musik. 

D. 24. april kl. 20.00 skal det handle om plasmoner, og hvad det er. Hvordan kan metal bøje lys? Hvordan kan vi få de flotte lys og farver i katedral vinduer? Som Science & Cocktails skriver:

» What is the origin of vivid colors in ancient cathedral windows? How do metals respond to light and what are plasmons? How can we measure plasmonic nanostructures? What are the possible applications of plasmonic structures? Can we imagine one-atom thin structures?

...

You should already now be curious about what a plasmon is? The further concept of quantum plasmonics might be intriguing, but perhaps also too complex so N. Asger Mortensen, recipient of the EliteForsk prize 2018, will take its starting point somewhere else. Whether being religious or not, you are probably all familiar with the beautifully colored glass mosaic windows that can be found in the many cathedrals of Europe dating back to the medieval period. Did you ever speculate on the origin of the vivid colors in these ancient cathedral windows? The secret lies in how metals respond to light. «

Begivenheden er gratis og der kræves ingen tilmelding. Dørene åbner kl 19.00.

NB: Begivenheden foregår på engelsk!

Mere information om begivenheden kan findes her.

Byens Lys, Christiania Science & Cocktails Europe/Berlin public

Science & Cocktails er et initiativ, der har eksisteret siden 2011 med ambitionen om at få forskning og viden ud til folk. Projektet er frivilligt og non-profit, og arrangementerne er altid gratis. Der loves oplæg fra forskere kombineret med friske cocktails og musik. 

D. 24. april kl. 20.00 skal det handle om plasmoner, og hvad det er. Hvordan kan metal bøje lys? Hvordan kan vi få de flotte lys og farver i katedral vinduer? Som Science & Cocktails skriver:

» What is the origin of vivid colors in ancient cathedral windows? How do metals respond to light and what are plasmons? How can we measure plasmonic nanostructures? What are the possible applications of plasmonic structures? Can we imagine one-atom thin structures?

...

You should already now be curious about what a plasmon is? The further concept of quantum plasmonics might be intriguing, but perhaps also too complex so N. Asger Mortensen, recipient of the EliteForsk prize 2018, will take its starting point somewhere else. Whether being religious or not, you are probably all familiar with the beautifully colored glass mosaic windows that can be found in the many cathedrals of Europe dating back to the medieval period. Did you ever speculate on the origin of the vivid colors in these ancient cathedral windows? The secret lies in how metals respond to light. «

Begivenheden er gratis og der kræves ingen tilmelding. Dørene åbner kl 19.00.

NB: Begivenheden foregår på engelsk!

Mere information om begivenheden kan findes her.