Electromagnetic coupling in chiral and nonlinear metamaterials
This thesis is a study of the mechanisms and applications of the near-field interaction in metamaterial systems, investigated using pairs of resonators. Metamaterials are arrays of sub-wavelength resonant elements, and can be engineered to create exotic properties such as artificial magnetism and negative refraction. The response of a bulk metamaterial is strongly dependent on the lattice parameters, and the relative orientation of neighboring resonators has a particularly strong influence, due...[Show more]
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