Technical Program

129: Nanoantennas and Plasmonic Structures

Session Type: Oral
Time: Monday, July 8, 13:10 - 16:40
Location: International South
Session Chairs: Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania and Kathleen Melde, University of Arizona
 
129.1: TUNABLE NANOANTENNA BASED ON GRAPHENE
         Xingang Ren; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
         Wei E.I. Sha; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
         Wallace C.H. Choy; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
 
129.2: IMPACT OF GEOMETRIC AND MATERIAL VARIABILITY ON ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE GUIDANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF ARRAYS OF NANOPARTICLES
         Juan S. Ochoa; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
         Andreas C. Cangellaris; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
 
129.3: COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN OF PHOTOVOLTAICS WITH SILICON NANOWIRE
         Sungjong Yoo; University of Arizona, United States
         Christin Lundgren; University of Arizona, United States
         Kathleen Melde; University of Arizona, United States
 
129.4: INTERACTION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES WITH MULTILAYER BI-ANISOTROPIC GRAPHENE STRUCTURE
         Si-yi Wang; Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
         Tian Zhang; Zhejiang University, China
         Wen-Yan Yin; Zhejiang University, China
         Liang Zhou; Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
 
129.5: PLASMONIC SOLAR CELLS: A BRIDGE BETWEEN ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS
         Wei E.I. Sha; The University of Hong Kong–Shenzhen Institute of Research and Innovation, China
         Wallace C.H. Choy; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR of China
         Weng Cho Chew; University of Illinois, United States
 
129.6: MICROWAVE RADIATION FROM MONOLAYER GRAPHENE
         Anestis Katsounaros; Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
         Matthew T. Cole; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Hatice M. Tuncer; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         William I. Milne; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
         Yang Hao; Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
 
129.7: BROADBAND OPTICAL ANTENNAS FOR ARBITRARILY POLARIZED LIGHT WAVES
         Hualiang Zhang; University of North Texas, United States
         Yuankun Lin; University of North Texas, United States
 
129.8: NONRECIPROCAL SUBWAVELENGTH OPTICAL NANOANTENNAS
         Arthur Davoyan; University of Pennsylvania, United States
         Nader Engheta; University of Pennsylvania, United States
 
129.9: SENSITIVE NEAR-IR DETECTOR USING PLASMONIC BOWTIE NANOANTENNA INTEGRATED WITH INGAASSB NANO-LOAD
         Sangjo Choi; University of Michigan, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; University of Michigan, United States