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Tutorials in Metamaterials

1st Edition

Edited by Mikhail A. Noginov, Viktor A. Podolskiy

CRC Press

316 pages

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From science fiction to science laboratoriesDiscover the State of the Art in Photonic MetamaterialsMetamaterials-composite media with unusual optical properties-have revolutionized the landscape of optical science and engineering over the past decades. Metamaterials have transformed science-fiction-like concepts of superresolution imaging and optic

Table of Contents

Linear and Nonlinear Metamaterials and Transformation Optics. Fabrication of Optical Metamaterials. Microwave Metamaterials: Selected Features and Sample Applications. Dielectric Metamaterials. Metamaterials with Optical Gain. Anisotropic and Hyperbolic Metamaterials. Radiative Decay Engineering in Metamaterials. Bianisotropic and Chiral Metamaterials. Spatial Dispersion and Effective Constitutive Parameters of Electromagnetic Metamaterials.

About the Editors

Professor Mikhail A. Noginov is a professor at the Department of Physics and the Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University (NSU), Virginia. He graduated from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology with a Master of Science degree in Electronics and Automatics in 1985. In 1990 he received a PhD degree in Physical-Mathematical Sciences from the General Physics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow. In 2010, Dr. Noginov was named NSU Eminent Scholar 2010-2011. Dr. Noginov has published two books, five book chapters, over 100 papers in peer reviewed journals, and over 100 publications in proceedings of professional societies and conference technical digests. His research interests include metamaterials, nanoplasmonics, random lasers, solid-state laser materials, and nonlinear optics.

Proffessor Viktor Podolskiy is an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Applied Physics, and a member of Photonics Center at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. He earned his BS degree in applied mathematics and physics from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 1998, followed by an MS in computer science and a PhD in physics from New Mexico State University in 2001 and 2002, respectively. Dr. Podolskiy's research is focused on theory and modeling of optical properties of nano- and micro-structured composites, metamaterials, and plasmonic systems. He has presented over 25 invited talks; coauthored over 50 peer-reviewed publications and over 60 conference proceedings; and holds three U.S. patents.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCIENCE / Optics