Dr. Yu-Jung Lu received her Ph.D. degree in Physics from the National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, in 2013. From 2015 to 2017, she held a Postdoctoral position in Prof. Harry Atwater’s research group at California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USA. Dr. Lu is currently an Assistant Research Fellow in the Research Center for Applied Sciences at Academia Sinica and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at National Taiwan University. She is a materials physicist with expertise in the fields of active plasmonics, nanophotonics, and metamaterials. Her research interests are within an interdisciplinary field of active plasmonics/nanophotonics, focusing on plasmonic nanodevices to investigate harvesting, generating, and manipulating light at the nanoscale. Dr. Lu has garnered over 1600 citations for a body of work over 39 peer-reviewed journal articles and presented in many prestigious conferences. Moreover, she actively participates in the activities and services in scientific professional societies; she is a member of MRS, SPIE, and OSA. She serves as a referee for numerous prestigious journals and a chair, co-chair, and committee for international symposiums. She served as Symposium Lead Organizer for plasmonic symposiums at the GNP (2019), MRS Fall (2019 and 2021), META (2020), SPIE O+P (2021), CLEO Pacific (2022). She served as a committee member for various international conferences (SPIE O+P, SSDM, iSPN, OSA AP). Furthermore, Dr. Lu is currently an Associate Editor for OSA Continuum and Advanced Photonics. She has been recognized internationally; she was selected to be one of the SPIE Women in Optics Planner in 2021. Dr. Lu received several awards from Taiwan, including the 56th Taiwan Ten Outstanding Young Persons (2018), Career Development Award (2018), Youth Optical Engineering Medal of Taiwan Photonics Society (2020). Her research works have been published in various journals, including Nature Communications, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, ACS Photonics, Nano Energy, and Science.
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