Technical Program

310: Metamaterial Applications

Session Type: Oral
Time: Wednesday, July 10, 08:00 - 11:50
Location: International North
Session Chairs: Stefano Maci, University of Siena and Hossein Mosallaei, Northeastern University
 
310.1: COMPUTATION OF LARGE ARRAYS OF PLASMONIC METEMATERIALS: A MODAL PROFILE APPROACH
         Davood Beig; NEU, United States
         Hossein Mosallaei; NEU, United States
 
310.2: GUIDED-WAVE ANALYSIS OF ANTENNAS WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC BANDGAP GROUND PLANES
         Kiersten Kerby-Patel; The MITRE Corporation, United States
 
310.3: RECONFIGURABLE COPLANAR METAMATERIAL UNIT CELL FOR ANTENNA ARRAY APPLICATIONS
         Mina Iskander; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         Michael Chryssomallis; Democritus University of Thrace, United States
         Dimitris E. Anagnostou; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
 
310.4: OPTIMIZATION OF METAMATERIAL WAIM FOR PLANAR ARRAYS
         Enrica Martini; University of Siena, Italy
         Giovanni Maria Sardi; University of Siena, Italy
         Paolo Rocca; University of Trento, Italy
         Giacomo Oliveri; University of Trento, Italy
         Andrea Massa; University of Trento, Italy
         Stefano Maci; University of Siena, Italy
 
310.5: CLOSED-FORM CHARACTERISTIC BASIS FUNCTIONS FOR METASURFACES
         Mario jr Mencagli; University of Siena, Italy
         David Gonz├ílez Ovejero; University of Siena, Italy
         Enrica Martini; University of Siena, Italy
         Francesco Caminita; University of Siena, Italy
         Stefano Maci; University of Siena, Italy
 
310.6: LINEAR-TO-CIRCULAR PLANAR MULTISURFACE-METAMATERIAL POLARIZER DESIGNED BY ANISOTROPIC EFFECTIVE CONSTITUTIVE PARAMETERS
         Enrica Martini; University of Siena, Italy
         Giovanni Maria Sardi; University of Siena, Italy
         Francesco Caminita; University of Siena, Italy
         Stefano Maci; University of Siena, Italy
 
310.7: WIDE-BAND INFRARED (IR) ABSORBER DESIGN BASED ON MULTI-SIZED CO-CENTRIC CIRCULAR RINGS
         Hamzeh Jaradat; University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
         Alkim Akyurtlu; University of Massachusetts Lowell, United States
 
310.8: TRIPLE-BAND SPIRAL ANTENNA ARRAY FED BY COMPOSITE RIGHT- AND LEFT-HANDED POWER-DIVIDER FOR GAIN-ENHANCEMENT AS A FLAT STRUCTURE
         Kyeongnam Jang; Department of Information & Telecommunication Eng. University of Incheon, Republic of Korea
         Sungtek Kahng; Department of Information & Telecommunication Eng. University of Incheon, Republic of Korea
         Inkyu Yang; Department of Information & Telecommunication Eng. University of Incheon, Republic of Korea
         Kyungseok Kahng; Department of Information & Telecommunication Eng. University of Incheon, Republic of Korea
         J. K. Cho; Eltronix Co., Ltd., Republic of Korea
 
310.9: THZ REFRACTIVE INDEX SENSOR USING SPLIT RING RESONATOR
         Hadi Amarloo; University of Waterloo, Canada
         Safieddin Safavi-Naeini; University of Waterloo, Canada
 
310.10: A MULTI-POLE EXTREMELY THIN MERAMATERIAL INSPIRED FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACE
         Mani Kashanianfard; University of Michigan, United States
         Kamal Sarabandi; University of Michigan, United States