Assoc. Prof. T. Matsui, Active terahertz and microwave metamaterials utilizing organic π-conjugated materials, Friday 23rd October 2015.
Abstract: In recent years, metamaterials are actively studied since novel optical functionalities cannot be accessible by nature materials come to real. To develop active metamaterials is one of extensively studied topics and we are working on developing active terahertz (THz) and microwave metamaterials utilizing organic π-conjugated materials. In this talk, I will show our […]
Research Seminar 11th November, Mrs. Z. Shaterian – Time-Domain Meshless Radial Point Interpolation Methods in Electromagnetics
Abstract: Electromagnetic devices and systems operate based on Maxwell’s equations. Therefore, their design and analysis rely on solving Maxwell’s equations by means of: analytical, experimental or numerical methods. Numerical methods allow the handling of more complicated structures than analytical calculations, and they provide a cheaper and faster process for design compared to an experimental […]