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Opis: Optical Metamaterials - Wenshan Cai, Vladimir M. Shalaev, W Cai

Metamaterials - artificially structured materials with engineered electromagnetic properties - have enabled unprecedented flexibility in manipulating electromagnetic waves and producing new functionalities. This book details recent advances in the study of optical metamaterials, ranging from fundamental aspects to up-to-date implementations, in one unified treatment. Important recent developments and applications such as superlens and cloaking devices are also treated in detail and made understandable. The planned monograph can serve as a very timely book for both newcomers and advanced researchers in this extremely rapid evolving field. From the reviews: "...this book is timely bringing to students and other new entrants to the field the most up to date concepts. The authors are amongst the leaders in the field and ideally positioned to write such a comprehensive volume: their enthusiasm shines through every chapter of the text. This book will I am sure play an important part in taking the subject of metamaterials to new heights of invention and application. We should all have a copy on our shelves." - Professor Sir John Pendry, Imperial College London, May 2009 "This book provides an understandable introduction to the field of optical metamaterials, including all the necessary background and a comprehensive review of this new paradigm in the science of light. Professor Shalaev, a world-leading expert in optics and metamaterials, and his former student, Dr. Cai, a rising star in his own right, have skillfully developed a volume that will prove important for both experts and students just entering the exciting field of photonic metamaterials and transformation optics. This book will certainly find a place within easy reach on my shelf." - Professor Victor G. Veselago, A.M.Prokhorov Institute of General Physics, Moscow, June 2009 "This is a nice treatment and a lucid description of the rapidly growing field of optical metamaterials. In this book, Wenshan Cai and Vladimir Shalaev have done a tremendous job in making this exciting scientific topic accessible to those interested in this field. They have discussed its fundamental concepts and potential applications in a clear and engaging way, providing the reader with a fascinating overview of this active area of research. I enjoyed reading this book, and I highly recommend it to all who wish to learn about the optical metamaterials. It tells a fascinating story about this field of optical science and engineering." - Nader Engheta, H. Nedwill Ramsey Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, June 2009 "Optical Metamaterials: Fundamentals and Applications are highly accomplished in the field of metamaterials ... . One stated goal of the authors is to write a textbook for senior undergraduate and graduate courses ... . A useful text for advanced undergraduates ... . I did enjoy reading Optical Metamaterials for the purpose that best suits it: a useful overview that could encourage researchers new to this multidisciplinary field to dig deeper in pursuing their goals. The chapters are short and well written ... ." (Dilip K. Paul, Physics Today, September, 2010)Preface Chapter 1. Introduction What are metamaterials? Macroscopic effective parameters References Chapter 2. Optical Properties of Metal-Dielectric Composites Optical materials and electronic structures Optical properties of dielectric materials Optical properties of metals Metal-dielectric composites and mixing rules References Chapter 3. Experimental Techniques and Data Treatment Fabrication of two-dimensional optical metamaterials Approaching the third dimension Characterization of spectral properties Extraction of homogenized optical parameters References Chapter 4. Electric Metamaterials A brief overview of artificial dielectrics Optical properties of stratified metal-dielectric composites Periodic array of metallic wires Semicontinuous metal films References Chapter 5. Magnetic Metamaterials Negligible optical magnetism in nature Split-ring resonators Optical magnetic elements Magnetism in the visible spectrum Analytical model of magnetic nanostrips High-permittivity route to artificial magnetism References Chapter 6. Negative-Index Metamaterials A brief historical review Reversed phenomena in negative-index media Negative refraction in microwave frequencies The debut of optical negative-index materials General recipe for construction Alternative approaches References Chapter 7. Nonlinear Optics with Metamaterials Recent advances of nonlinear effects in metamaterials Second-harmonic generation and the Manley-Rowe relations in negative-index materials Optical parametric amplifications in negative-index materials References Chapter 8. Super Resolution with Meta-Lenses Perfect lens with subwavelength resolution Near-field superlens Tunable superlens using random composites Potential applications of the composite lens Far-field imaging with super-resolution References Chapter 9. Transformation Optics and Electromagnetic Cloak of Invisibility Invisibility and transformation optics: an overview Cloaking by coordinate transformation Towards experimental demonstrations Non-magnetic optical cloak Cloaking with high-order transformations Designs for high-order optical cloaking Alternative approaches for optical cloaking Concluding remarks on transformation optics References Index


Szczegóły: Optical Metamaterials - Wenshan Cai, Vladimir M. Shalaev, W Cai

Tytuł: Optical Metamaterials
Autor: Wenshan Cai, Vladimir M. Shalaev, W Cai
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9781441911506
Rok produkcji: 2009
Ilość stron: 212
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.53 kg


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Optical Metamaterials

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Metamaterials - artificially structured materials with engineered electromagnetic properties - have enabled unprecedented flexibility in manipulating electromagnetic waves and producing new functionalities. This book details recent advances in the study of optical metamaterials, ranging from fundamental aspects to up-to-date implementations, in one unified treatment. Important recent developments and applications such as superlens and cloaking devices are also treated in detail and made understandable. The planned monograph can serve as a very timely book for both newcomers and advanced researchers in this extremely rapid evolving field. From the reviews: "...this book is timely bringing to students and other new entrants to the field the most up to date concepts. The authors are amongst the leaders in the field and ideally positioned to write such a comprehensive volume: their enthusiasm shines through every chapter of the text. This book will I am sure play an important part in taking the subject of metamaterials to new heights of invention and application. We should all have a copy on our shelves." - Professor Sir John Pendry, Imperial College London, May 2009 "This book provides an understandable introduction to the field of optical metamaterials, including all the necessary background and a comprehensive review of this new paradigm in the science of light. Professor Shalaev, a world-leading expert in optics and metamaterials, and his former student, Dr. Cai, a rising star in his own right, have skillfully developed a volume that will prove important for both experts and students just entering the exciting field of photonic metamaterials and transformation optics. This book will certainly find a place within easy reach on my shelf." - Professor Victor G. Veselago, A.M.Prokhorov Institute of General Physics, Moscow, June 2009 "This is a nice treatment and a lucid description of the rapidly growing field of optical metamaterials. In this book, Wenshan Cai and Vladimir Shalaev have done a tremendous job in making this exciting scientific topic accessible to those interested in this field. They have discussed its fundamental concepts and potential applications in a clear and engaging way, providing the reader with a fascinating overview of this active area of research. I enjoyed reading this book, and I highly recommend it to all who wish to learn about the optical metamaterials. It tells a fascinating story about this field of optical science and engineering." - Nader Engheta, H. Nedwill Ramsey Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, June 2009 "Optical Metamaterials: Fundamentals and Applications are highly accomplished in the field of metamaterials ... . One stated goal of the authors is to write a textbook for senior undergraduate and graduate courses ... . A useful text for advanced undergraduates ... . I did enjoy reading Optical Metamaterials for the purpose that best suits it: a useful overview that could encourage researchers new to this multidisciplinary field to dig deeper in pursuing their goals. The chapters are short and well written ... ." (Dilip K. Paul, Physics Today, September, 2010)Preface Chapter 1. Introduction What are metamaterials? Macroscopic effective parameters References Chapter 2. Optical Properties of Metal-Dielectric Composites Optical materials and electronic structures Optical properties of dielectric materials Optical properties of metals Metal-dielectric composites and mixing rules References Chapter 3. Experimental Techniques and Data Treatment Fabrication of two-dimensional optical metamaterials Approaching the third dimension Characterization of spectral properties Extraction of homogenized optical parameters References Chapter 4. Electric Metamaterials A brief overview of artificial dielectrics Optical properties of stratified metal-dielectric composites Periodic array of metallic wires Semicontinuous metal films References Chapter 5. Magnetic Metamaterials Negligible optical magnetism in nature Split-ring resonators Optical magnetic elements Magnetism in the visible spectrum Analytical model of magnetic nanostrips High-permittivity route to artificial magnetism References Chapter 6. Negative-Index Metamaterials A brief historical review Reversed phenomena in negative-index media Negative refraction in microwave frequencies The debut of optical negative-index materials General recipe for construction Alternative approaches References Chapter 7. Nonlinear Optics with Metamaterials Recent advances of nonlinear effects in metamaterials Second-harmonic generation and the Manley-Rowe relations in negative-index materials Optical parametric amplifications in negative-index materials References Chapter 8. Super Resolution with Meta-Lenses Perfect lens with subwavelength resolution Near-field superlens Tunable superlens using random composites Potential applications of the composite lens Far-field imaging with super-resolution References Chapter 9. Transformation Optics and Electromagnetic Cloak of Invisibility Invisibility and transformation optics: an overview Cloaking by coordinate transformation Towards experimental demonstrations Non-magnetic optical cloak Cloaking with high-order transformations Designs for high-order optical cloaking Alternative approaches for optical cloaking Concluding remarks on transformation optics References Index

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Szczegóły: Optical Metamaterials - Wenshan Cai, Vladimir M. Shalaev, W Cai

Tytuł: Optical Metamaterials
Autor: Wenshan Cai, Vladimir M. Shalaev, W Cai
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9781441911506
Rok produkcji: 2009
Ilość stron: 212
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