CfM Partners with Riverside Research

Researchers at the City College of New York (CUNY) have partnered with Riverside Research’s Electromagnetic Sciences and Biomedical Engineering Centers of Excellence to explore novel metamaterials to enhance early detection of breast-cancer. This project aims to develop a novel, breast-cancer imaging system using acoustic and optical metamaterials.

Hossein Alisafaee Defends his Dissertation

WPAFB Hosts CfM 8th Semi-Annual Meeting

The NSF I/UCRC Center for Metamaterials (CfM) held its 8th semi-annual meeting on November 12-13, 2014, at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The two-day meeting consisted of current project updates, new project proposals and student poster presentations.

CfM Researchers to Present on Hyperbolic Metamaterials at Upcoming Optics + Photonics Conference in San Diego

CfM researcher and UNCC doctoral candidate, Mr. Hossein Alisafaee will present his group's work on Hyperbolic Metamaterials during Session 4 of the Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems Conference next month at the Optics + Photonics Conference in San Diego. 

CfM Partners with the Army Research Office

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) have partnered with the Army Research Office to explore how methods developed to image strongly scattering structures can be applied to improve the design of materials with custom properties.  They will be working on the project titled "Development of Inverse Scattering - Structure Synthesis Methods: subwavelength scale imaging - metamaterial design."

Visit CfM Booth No. 26 at ASP-URSI Meeting

The 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting will be held jointly, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tennessee, USA from 

Vasily Astratov Develops New Approach to Achieve Optical Super-resolution

Optical super-resolution is an extremely important and popular direction of research inthe areas of materials characterization and in life sciences. The resolution of conventional microscope systems has a fundamental limitation determined by the diffraction of light, typically half the wavelength of light. Increasing the resolution beyond the diffraction limit enables imaging the nanoscale world with visible light.

CfM Director serves as keynote speaker at Meta '14 in Singapore

CfM Director Dr. David Crouse served as a keynote speaker and chair of theTechnologies and Applications session this May at the 5th International Conference of Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics in Singapore.


Anticipating the Grand Opening of the CUNY ASRC NanoFab Facility

The Center for Metamaterials is planning a meeting with the Scientific Cleanroom Director of the new CUNY Advanced Science Research Center to discuss how the CfM can utilize the resources at this impressive new facility located just steps away from the CfM’s City College of New York site. This is a great asset for our members.
The Advanced Science Research Center Nanofabrication Facility is a 200,000 square foot, world-class research space open to students, faculty, government, and industrial partners.  

CfM Students Participate at CCNY Electrical Engineering Student Showcase

On April 25th, several CfM students presented at the CCNY Electrical Engineering Student Showcase. The showcase featured over 15 industry-relevant research and design projects by CCNY Electrical Engineering (EE) students, special talks by guest speakers from the Composite Prototyping Center (CPC) at the Long Island Forum for Technology (LIFT) and Corning, Inc., and an industry luncheon to discuss collaborative R&D opportunities available to companies at CUNY.  

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