C. Zou, Resonance breakdown of dielectric resonator antennas on metallic substrates at visible frequencies, 17th December 2015.



Dielectric resonators have seen increasing applications in optical metamaterial designs. The ability of nanoscale Dielectric Resonator Antennas (DRAs) to support electric and magnetic resonances at visible frequencies is critical for their efficient light manipulation, which leads to promising applications such as sensing, imaging, field enhancement, and integrated optics. This talk discusses the resonance properties of nanoscale DRAs on metallic substrates at visible frequencies, with some extensions into surface plasmons and dielectric metasurfaces.



Chengjun Zou received his Bachelor of Engineering first class honours degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Adelaide in 2012. He has started his Ph.D program in the Applied Electromagnetics Group of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2013. His current research is on applying dielectric resonator antennas in optics and plasmonics nanostructures.





date and time Thursday, 17th December, 2015

B21 Inkarni Wardli Bldg (Basement)
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