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Special Issue "Metasurfaces Applications in Antennas and Microwave Devices"
A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Electronic Materials".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2022) | Viewed by 2983
Special Issue Editors
Interests: metamaterials theory and application; metasurfaces design using new functional materials and process; intelligent metasurfaces theory, design and applications using AI and reconfigurable technology; metasurfaces generating wave beams carrying OAM; metasurfaces applications in antennas and microwave devices.
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Interests: metamaterials and metasurfaces for antenna and lens applications
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Interests: theoretical and computational electromagnetics with applications to antenna theory and design; antennas; frequency-selective surfaces; transmitarray; metamaterials
Special Issue Information
In the last few decades, metasurfaces have attracted a great deal of interest from researchers from the fields of physics and electromagnetic engineering. This concept has shown huge application potential in antennas and devices, from microwave band to terahertz waveband.
Metasurfaces have great capabilities for electromagnetic wave manipulation. They can control the polarization, amplitude, wavefront, frequency, etc., of the incident waves. These properties have been applied for beam steering antennas, multi-beam antennas, high gain antennas, low RCS antennas, vortex beam antennas, polarization reconfigurable antennas, intelligent reconfigurable surfaces (IRS) for wireless communications, compact devices, surface wave waveguides, filters, etc. Currently, novel ideas for multifunctional, high performance, low complexity or low-cost antennas/devices design are still emerging from new theories, phenomenon or design of metasurfaces.
This Special Issue aims to highlight recent ideas regarding the theory or design of metasurfaces and their applications in electromagnetic engineering, especially in antennas and devices.
Dr. Hongyu Shi
Dr. Shah Nawaz Burokur
Dr. Jianjia Yi
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- microwave devices
- intelligent reconfigurable surfaces (IRS)