META '15

META '15

META ’15, the 6th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics was held at City College of New York, New York City, NY, USA August 4 – August 7, 2015.  Two of the Center for Metamaterials Directors, David Crouse and Mike Fiddy, organized a Special Symposia on the Industrial applications of metamaterials.  Thanks to all of you who participated in the conference and symposia.  


Special Symposia

Industrial applications of metamaterials


Industrial Applications of Metamaterials at Raytheon

J. W. A Wehner, J. Kasemodel, V. Shukunov, J. Puschell, R. K. Dodds

Raytheon (USA)

    Phase Progressions in Layered Metamaterials and their Effects on Refractive Index

Amir Zaghloul, Gregory Talalai, Steven Weiss, Theo Anthony

Army Research Lab (USA)

     Low profile antennas realized with metamaterials

Steven Weiss, Gregory Mitchell

Army Research Lab (USA)

     Metamaterial-based microrectenna arrays for infrared rectification

Richard Osgood, Kenneth Diest, Jimmy Xu, Ryan O’Hayre, Prabhuram Joghee, Minyi Kang, KiBum

Kim, Gustavo Fernandes, Stephen Giardini, Lalitha Parameswaran, Mordechai Rothschild, Steven Kooi

     Metamaterials and plasmonics for enhanced optical detectors

Augustine Urbas

Air Force Research Lab (USA)

     Opening Satellite Capacity to Consumers with Metamaterial Antennas

Mikala Johnson

Kymeta Corporation (USA)

     Recycling radio waves with smart walls

Matthieu Dupre, N. Kaina, M. Fink, G. Lerosey

ESPCI ParisTech (France)

     A 384 x 288 microbolometer-based pixel camera with metamaterial absorbers for real-time terahertz imaging applications

H. Oulachgar, Linda Marchese, M. Terroux, S. Ilias, J.-E. Paultre, D. D’Amato, B. Tremblay, Patrick Beaupre Francis Provençal, C. Alain, P. Topart, F. Genereux, H. Jerominek, A. Bergeron

INO (Canada)

     Tunable Photonic Band Gap Materials for High Sensitivity Displacement Transduction in MEMS Inertial Sensors

Salvatore Baglio, Bruno Ando, Carlo Trigona

University of Catania (Italy)

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