Special Issue "Metamaterials for Advanced Photonic and Plasmonic Applications – Selected Papers from Metamaterials’2019"
A special issue of Photonics (ISSN 2304-6732).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2020).
Interests: RF systems; non-reciprocal devices; metamaterials and metasurfaces; graphene; nanophotonics
The Thirteenth International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena – Metamaterials'2019, will comprise a 4-day Conference (16–19 September), and a 2-day Doctoral School (20–21 September). Organized by the METAMORPHOSE VI AISBL (www.metamorphose-vi.org), this Congress follows the success of Metamaterials 2007-2018 and continues the traditions of the highly successful series of International Conferences on Complex Media and Metamaterials (Bianisotropics) and Rome International Workshops on Metamaterials and Special Materials for Electromagnetic Applications and Telecommunications. The Congress will provide a unique topical forum to share the latest results of the metamaterials research in Europe and worldwide. It will bring together the engineering, physics, applied mathematics and material science communities working on artificial materials and their applications in electromagnetism/optics, acoustics/mechanics, transport, and multi-physics.
We are very glad to serve as Guest Editors of this Special Issue to be published in Photonics that will contain a selection of papers submitted and accepted at Metamaterials’2019. Its main scope is to provide a timely and broad collection of the most innovative topics discussed at the latest edition of the congress related to photonics and plasmonics. We warmly invite researchers to submit their contributions, both original research articles and review papers, to this Special Issue. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Fundamentals and applications of artificial materials and surfaces at infrared and optical frequencies;
- Plasmonics and optical properties of metamaterials;
- Novel optical effects enabled by metamaterials;
- Experimental techniques and characterization of nanomaterials;
- Biological and biomedical applications of metamaterials;
- Metamaterials for nanoelectronics and nanophotonics;
- Metamaterials for quantum electronics;
- Energy harvesting and thermophotovoltaics;
- Nanocarbon, nanotubes, graphene and bio-inspired materials
Dr. Dimitrios Sounas
Dr. Constantinos Valagiannopoulos
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- complex materials and metamaterials
- structured surfaces and metasurfaces
- novel optical effects
- nanomaterials, nanoparticles and nanoplasmonics
- nonlinear, quantum, superconducting metamaterials
- optical cloaking and transformation optics