By Alexei A. Maradudin
Optical metamaterials are an exhilarating new box in optical technology. A quickly constructing type of those metamaterials are those who let the manipulation of quantity and floor electromagnetic waves in fascinating methods via definitely structuring the surfaces they have interaction with. they've got purposes in a number of fields, corresponding to fabrics technological know-how, photovoltaic expertise, imaging and lensing, beam shaping and lasing. Describing concepts and functions, this booklet is perfect for researchers and execs operating in metamaterials and plasmonics, in addition to these simply coming into this fascinating new box. It surveys sorts of dependent surfaces, their layout and fabrication, their strange optical homes, contemporary experimental observations and their purposes. every one bankruptcy is written through knowledgeable in that zone, giving the reader an up to date review of the topic. either the experimental and theoretical features of every subject are presented
''Optical metamaterials are a thrilling new box in optical technological know-how. A quickly constructing type of those metamaterials are those who enable the manipulation of quantity and floor electromagnetic waves in fascinating methods through definitely structuring the surfaces they have interaction with. they've got purposes in quite a few fields, equivalent to fabrics technological know-how, photovoltaic expertise, imaging and lensing, beam shaping, and lasing. Describing recommendations and functions, this e-book is perfect for researchers and pros operating in metamaterials and plasmonics, in addition to these simply getting into this intriguing new box. It surveys kinds of based surfaces, their layout and fabrication, their strange optical homes, fresh experimental observations, and their purposes. every one bankruptcy is written by means of a professional in that sector, giving the reader an up to date evaluate of the topic. either the experimental and theoretical elements of every subject are presented.''-- Read more... Physics of impressive transmission via subwavelength gap arrays / Evgeny Popov and Nicolas Bonod -- Resonant optical homes of nanoporous steel surfaces / Tatiana V. Teperik -- Optical wave interplay with two-dimensional arrays of plasmonic nanoparticles / Andrea Alú and Nader Engheta -- Chirality and anisotropy of planar metamaterials / Eric Plum and Nikolay I. Zheludev -- Novel optical units utilizing adverse refraction of sunshine by way of periodically corrugated surfaces / Wentao Trent Lu and Srinivas Sridhar -- Transformation of optical fields by way of established surfaces / A.A. Maradudin, E.R. Méndez, and T.A. Leskova -- floor electromagnetic waves on established completely engaging in surfaces / A.I. Fernández-Domínguez, F. García-Vidal, and L. Martín-Moreno -- unfavourable refraction utilizing plasmonic buildings which are atomically flat / Peter B. Catrysse, Hocheol Shin, and Shanhui Fan -- Anomalous transmission in waveguides with correlated sickness in floor profiles / F.M. Izrailev and N.M. Makarov -- Cloaking / Christopher C. Davis and Igor I. Smolyaninov -- Linear and nonlinear phenomena with resonating floor polariton waves and their purposes / Haim Grebel
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Structured surfaces as optical metamaterials by Alexei A. Maradudin