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Dielectric Metamaterials

Dielectric Metamaterials
  • Author : Igal Brener,Sheng Liu,Isabelle Staude,Jason Valentine,Christopher Holloway
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2019-10-15
  • Total pages : 310
  • ISBN : 9780081024034
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Dielectric Metamaterials: Fundamentals, Designs and Applications links fundamental Mie scattering theory with the latest dielectric metamaterial research, providing a valuable reference for new and experienced researchers in the field. The book begins with a historical, evolving overview of Mie scattering theory. Next, the authors describe how to apply Mie theory to analytically solve the scattering of electromagnetic waves by subwavelength particles. Later chapters focus on Mie resonator-based metamaterials, starting with microwaves where particles are much smaller than the free space wavelengths. In addition, several chapters focus on wave-front engineering using dielectric metasurfaces and the nonlinear optical effects, spontaneous emission manipulation, active devices, and 3D effective media using dielectric metamaterials. Highlights a crucial link in fundamental Mie scattering theory with the latest dielectric metamaterial research spanning materials, design and applications Includes coverage of wave-front engineering and 3D metamaterials Provides computational codes for calculating and simulating Mie resonances

World Scientific Handbook Of Metamaterials And Plasmonics (In 4 Volumes)

World Scientific Handbook Of Metamaterials And Plasmonics (In 4 Volumes)
  • Author : Maier Stefan A
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release Date : 2011-06-14
  • Total pages : 1992
  • ISBN : 9789813228740
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Metamaterials represent a new emerging innovative field of research which has shown rapid acceleration over the last couple of years. In this handbook, we present the richness of the field of metamaterials in its widest sense, describing artificial media with sub-wavelength structure for control over wave propagation in four volumes. Volume 1 focuses on the fundamentals of electromagnetic metamaterials in all their richness, including metasurfaces and hyperbolic metamaterials. Volume 2 widens the picture to include elastic, acoustic, and seismic systems, whereas Volume 3 presents nonlinear and active photonic metamaterials. Finally, Volume 4 includes recent progress in the field of nanoplasmonics, used extensively for the tailoring of the unit cell response of photonic metamaterials. In its totality, we hope that this handbook will be useful for a wide spectrum of readers, from students to active researchers in industry, as well as teachers of advanced courses on wave propagation. Contents: Volume 1: Electromagnetic Metamaterials (Ekaterina Shamonina): PrefaceElectromagnetic Metamaterials: Homogenization and Effective Properties of Mixtures (Ari Sihvola)Effective Medium Theory of Electromagnetic and Quantum Metamaterials (Mário G Silveirinha)Hyperbolic Metamaterials (Igor I Smolyaninov)Circuit and Analytical Modelling of Extraordinary Transmission Metamaterials (Francisco Medina, Francisco Mesa, Raul Rodríguez-Berral and Carlos Molero)Electromagnetic Metasurfaces: Synthesis, Realizations and Discussions (Karim Achouri and Christophe Caloz)Metasurfaces for General Control of Reflection and Transmission (Sergei Tretyakov, Viktar Asadchy and Ana Díaz-Rubio)Scattering at the Extreme with Metamaterials and Plasmonics (Francesco Monticone and Andrea Alù)All-Dielectric Nanophotonics: Fundamentals, Fabrication, and Applications (Alexander Krasnok, Roman Savelev, Denis Baranov and Pavel Belov)Tunable Metamaterials (Ilya V Shadrivov and Dragomir N Neshev)Spatial Solitonic and Nonlinear Plasmonic Aspects of Metamaterials (Allan D Boardman, Alesandro Alberucci, Gaetano Assanto, Yu G Rapoport, Vladimir V Grimalsky, Vasyl M Ivchenko and Eugen N Tkachenko)Metamaterial Catheter Receivers for Internal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Richard R A Syms, Ian R Young and Laszlo Solymar)Microwave Sensors Based on Symmetry Properties and Metamaterial Concepts (Jordi Naqui, Ali K Horestani, Christophe Fumeaux and Ferran Martín)Volume 2: Elastic, Acoustic, and Seismic Metamaterials (Richard Craster and Sébastien Guenneau): PrefaceDynamic Homogenization of Acoustic and Elastic Metamaterials and Phononic Crystals (Richard Craster, Tryfon Antonakakis and Sébastien Guenneau)Acoustic Metamaterial (Nicholas Fang, Jun Xu, Navid Nemati, Nicolas Viard and Denis Lafarge)Flat Lens Focusing of Flexural Waves in Thin Plates (Patrick Sebbah and Marc Dubois)Space–Time Cloaking (Martin W McCall and Paul Kinsler)Soda Cans Metamaterial: Homogenization and Beyond (Fabrice Lemoult, Geoffroy Lerosey, Nadège Kaïna and Mathias Fink)New Trends Toward Locally-Resonant Metamaterials at the Mesoscopic Scale (Philippe Roux, Matthieu Rupin, Fabrice Lemoult, Geoffroy Lerosey, Andrea Colombi, Richard Craster, Sébastien Guenneau, William A Kuperman and Earl G Williams)Seismic Metamaterials: Controlling Surface Rayleigh Waves Using Analogies with Electromagnetic Metamaterials (Stéphane Brûlé, Stefan Enoch, Sébastien Guenneau and

Dielectric Metamaterials

Dielectric Metamaterials
  • Author : Igal Brener,Sheng Liu,Isabelle Staude,Jason Valentine,Christopher L. Holloway
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2019-11-12
  • Total pages : 310
  • ISBN : 9780081024041
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Dielectric Metamaterials: Fundamentals, Designs, and Applications links fundamental Mie scattering theory with the latest dielectric metamaterial research, providing a valuable reference for new and experienced researchers in the field. The book begins with a historical, evolving overview of Mie scattering theory. Next, the authors describe how to apply Mie theory to analytically solve the scattering of electromagnetic waves by subwavelength particles. Later chapters focus on Mie resonator-based metamaterials, starting with microwaves where particles are much smaller than the free space wavelengths. In addition, several chapters focus on wave-front engineering using dielectric metasurfaces and the nonlinear optical effects, spontaneous emission manipulation, active devices, and 3D effective media using dielectric metamaterials. Highlights a crucial link in fundamental Mie scattering theory with the latest dielectric metamaterial research spanning materials, design and applications Includes coverage of wave-front engineering and 3D metamaterials Provides computational codes for calculating and simulating Mie resonances

Recent Trends in Computational Photonics

Recent Trends in Computational Photonics
  • Author : Arti Agrawal,Trevor Benson,Richard M. De La Rue,Gregory A. Wurtz
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-11-01
  • Total pages : 395
  • ISBN : 9783319554389
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This book brings together the recent cutting-edge work on computational methods in photonics and their applications. The latest advances in techniques such as the Discontinuous Galerkin Time Domain method, Finite Element Time Domain method, Finite Difference Time Domain method as well as their applications are presented. Key aspects such as modelling of non-linear effects (Second Harmonic Generation, lasing in fibers, including gain nonlinearity in metamaterials), the acousto-optic effect, and the hydrodynamic model to explain electron response in nanoplasmonic structures are included. The application areas covered include plasmonics, metamaterials, photonic crystals, dielectric waveguides, fiber lasers. The chapters give a representative survey of the corresponding area.

An Introduction to Metamaterials and Nanophotonics

An Introduction to Metamaterials and Nanophotonics
  • Author : Constantin Simovski,Sergei Tretyakov
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2020-11-26
  • Total pages : 349
  • ISBN : 9781108492645
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This book offers a unified presentation of metamaterials building from fundamental nanophotonic principles.

Micro and Nanophotonics for Semiconductor Infrared Detectors

Micro and Nanophotonics for Semiconductor Infrared Detectors
  • Author : Zoran Jakšić
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2014-09-25
  • Total pages : 258
  • ISBN : 9783319096742
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The advent of microelectromechanic system (MEMS) technologies and nanotechnologies has resulted in a multitude of structures and devices with ultra compact dimensions and with vastly enhanced or even completely novel properties. In the field of photonics it resulted in the appearance of new paradigms, including photonic crystals that exhibit photonic bandgap and represent an optical analog of semiconductors and metamaterials that have subwavelength features and may have almost arbitrary values of effective refractive index, including those below zero. In addition to that, a whole new field of plasmonics appeared, dedicated to the manipulation with evanescent, surface-bound electromagnetic waves and offering an opportunity to merge nanoelectronics with all-optical circuitry. In the field of infrared technologies MEMS and nanotechnologies ensured the appearance of a new generation of silicon-based thermal detectors with properties vastly surpassing the conventional thermal devices. However, another family of infrared detectors, photonic devices based on narrow-bandgap semiconductors, has traditionally been superior to thermal detectors. Literature about their micro and nanophotonic enhancement has been scarce and scattered through journals. This book offers the first systematic approach to numerous different MEMS and nanotechnology-based methods available for the improvement of photonic infrared detectors and points out to a path towards uncooled operation with the performance of cryogenically cooled devices. It is shown that a vast area for enhancement does exists and that photonic devices can readily keep their leading position in infrared detection. The various methods and approaches described in the book are also directly applicable to different other types of photodetectors like solar cells, often with little or no modification.

Nonlinear Meta-Optics

Nonlinear Meta-Optics
  • Author : Costantino De Angelis,Giuseppe Leo,Dragomir N. Neshev
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2020-05-20
  • Total pages : 330
  • ISBN : 9781351269759
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This book addresses fabrication as well as characterization and modeling of semiconductor nanostructures in the optical regime, with a focus on nonlinear effects. The visible range as well as near and far infrared spectral region will be considered with a view to different envisaged applications. The book covers the current key challenges of the research in the area, including: exploiting new material platforms, fully extending the device operation into the nonlinear regime, adding re-configurability to the envisaged devices and proposing new modeling tools to help in conceiving new functionalities. • Explores several topics in the field of semiconductor nonlinear nanophotonics, including fabrication, characterization and modeling of semiconductor nanostructures in the optical regime, with a focus on nonlinear effects • Describes the research challenges in the field of optical metasurfaces in the nonlinear regime • Reviews the use and achievements of all-dielectric nanoantennas for strengthening the nonlinear optical response • Describes both theoretical and experimental aspects of photonic devices based on semiconductor optical nanoantennas and metasurfaces • Gathers contributions from several leading groups in this research field to provide a thorough and complete overview of the current state of the art in the field of semiconductor nonlinear nanophotonics Costantino De Angelis has been full professor of electromagnetic fields at the University of Brescia since 1998. He is an OSA Fellow and has been responsible for several university research contracts in the last 20 years within Europe, the United States, and Italy. His technical interests are in optical antennas and nanophotonics. He is the author of over 150 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles. Giuseppe Leo has been a full professor in physics at Paris Diderot University since 2004, and in charge of the nonlinear devices group of MPQ Laboratory since 2006. His research areas include nonlinear optics, micro- and nano-photonics, and optoelectronics, with a focus on AlGaAs platform. He has coordinated several research programs and coauthored 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, 200 conference papers, 10 book chapters and also has four patents. Dragomir Neshev is a professor in physics and the leader of the experimental photonics group in the Nonlinear Physics Centre at Australian National University (ANU). His activities span over several branches of optics, including nonlinear periodic structures, singular optics, plasmonics, and photonic metamaterials. He has coauthored 200 publications in international peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Zero Index Metamaterials

Zero Index Metamaterials
  • Author : Nishant Shankhwar,Ravindra Kumar Sinha
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-03-19
  • Total pages : 141
  • ISBN : 9789811601897
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This book presents the emerging regime of zero refractive index photonics, involving metamaterials that exhibit effectively zero refractive index. Metamaterials are artificial structures whose optical properties can be tailored at will. With metamaterials, intriguing and spellbinding phenomena like negative refraction and electromagnetic cloaking could be realized, which otherwise seem unnatural or straight out of science fiction. Zero index metamaterials are also seen as a means of boosting nonlinear properties and are believed to have strong prospects for being useful in nonlinear optical applications. In summary, this book highlights almost everything currently available on zero index metamaterials and is useful for professionally interested and motivated readers.

Emerging Frontiers in Nonlinear Science

Emerging Frontiers in Nonlinear Science
  • Author : Panayotis G. Kevrekidis,Jesús Cuevas-Maraver,Avadh Saxena
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2020-05-29
  • Total pages : 373
  • ISBN : 9783030449926
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This book explores the impact of nonlinearity on a broad range of areas, including time-honored fields such as biology, geometry, and topology, but also modern ones such as quantum mechanics, networks, metamaterials and artificial intelligence. The concept of nonlinearity is a universal feature in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, and is used to characterize systems whose behavior does not amount to a superposition of simple building blocks, but rather features complex and often chaotic patterns and phenomena. Each chapter of the book features a synopsis that not only recaps the recent progress in each field but also charts the challenges that lie ahead. This interdisciplinary book presents contributions from a diverse group of experts from various fields to provide an overview of each field’s past, present and future. It will appeal to both beginners and seasoned researchers in nonlinear science, numerous areas of physics (optics, quantum physics, biophysics), and applied mathematics (ODEs, PDEs, dynamical systems, machine learning) as well as engineering.

Amorphous Nanophotonics

Amorphous Nanophotonics
  • Author : Carsten Rockstuhl,Toralf Scharf
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2013-02-15
  • Total pages : 372
  • ISBN : 9783642324758
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This book represents the first comprehensive overview over amorphous nano-optical and nano-photonic systems. Nanophotonics is a burgeoning branch of optics that enables many applications by steering the mould of light on length scales smaller than the wavelength with devoted nanostructures. Amorphous nanophotonics exploits self-organization mechanisms based on bottom-up approaches to fabricate nanooptical systems. The resulting structures presented in the book are characterized by a deterministic unit cell with tailored geometries; but their spatial arrangement is not controlled. Instead of periodic, the structures appear either amorphous or random. The aim of this book is to discuss all aspects related to observable effects in amorphous nanophotonic material and aspects related to their design, fabrication, characterization and integration into applications. The book has an interdisciplinary nature with contributions from scientists in physics, chemistry and materials sciences and sheds light on the topic from many directions.

Frontiers in Optics and Photonics

Frontiers in Optics and Photonics
  • Author : Federico Capasso,Dennis Couwenberg
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release Date : 2021-06-08
  • Total pages : 783
  • ISBN : 9783110710687
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This book provides a cutting-edge research overview on the latest developments in the field of Optics and Photonics. All chapters are authored by the pioneers in their field and will cover the developments in Quantum Photonics, Optical properties of 2D Materials, Optical Sensors, Organic Opto-electronics, Nanophotonics, Metamaterials, Plasmonics, Quantum Cascade lasers, LEDs, Biophotonics and biomedical photonics and spectroscopy.

Light-Matter Interactions Towards the Nanoscale

Light-Matter Interactions Towards the Nanoscale
  • Author : Maura Cesaria,Antonio Calà Lesina,John Collins
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-05-14
  • Total pages : 364
  • ISBN : 9789402421385
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The investigation of light-matter interactions in materials, especially those on the nanoscale, represents perhaps the most promising avenue for scientific progress in the fields of photonics and plasmonics. This book examines a variety of topics, starting from fundamental principles, leading to the current state of the art research. For example, this volume includes a chapter on the sensing of biological molecules with optical resonators (microspheres) combined with plasmonic systems, where the response this system are described in a fundamental and elegant manner using coupled mode theory. Symmetry plays a major role in the book. One chapter on time reversal symmetry in electromagnetic theory describes how to control the properties of light (e.g. scattering and directionality of the flow of light) in materials with certain topological invariants. Another chapter where symmetry is prominent reformulates, using a gentle and pedagogical approach, Maxwell’s Equations into a new set of fields that reveal a “handedness” symmetry in electromagnetic theory, which can be applied to photonic systems in, for example, the sensing of chiral molecules and understanding the conditions for zero reflection. Also, for students and researchers starting in the field of nanoplasmonics, the book includes a tutorial on the finite element time domain simulation of nanoplasmonic systems. Other topics include photonic systems for quantum computing, nanoplasmonics, and optical properties of nano and bulk materials. The authors take a pedagogical approach to their topic, making the book an excellent reference for graduate students and scientists starting in the fields of photonics or plasmonics.

Toroidal Order in Magnetic Metamaterials

Toroidal Order in Magnetic Metamaterials
  • Author : Jannis Lehmann
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-11-15
  • Total pages : 177
  • ISBN : 9783030854959
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The scope of this work is to provide an extensive experimental investigation of ferrotoroidicity, the most recently established type of ferroic order that is based on the uniform unit-cell-sized alignment of magnetic whirls. This is achieved by transferring basic spin configurations pertinent for the emergence of toroidal order to mesoscopic length scales. An engineering of and access to the system's magnetic degrees of freedom is made possible by using nanomagnetic arrays as model systems. The work revealsmicroscopic and macroscopic aspects of toroidally ordered matter beyond the reach of natural materials.

Nanophotonics with Surface Plasmons

Nanophotonics with Surface Plasmons
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2006-12-18
  • Total pages : 340
  • ISBN : 0080467997
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Current developments in optical technologies are being directed toward nanoscale devices with subwavelength dimensions, in which photons are manipulated on the nanoscale. Although light is clearly the fastest means to send information to and from the nanoscale, there is a fundamental incompatibility between light at the microscale and devices and processes at the nanoscale. Nanostructured metals which support surface plasmon modes can concentrate electromagnetic (EM) fields to a small fraction of a wavelength while enhancing local field strengths by several orders of magnitude. For this reason, plasmonic nanostructures can serve as optical couplers across the nano–micro interface: metal–dielectric and metal–semiconductor nanostructures can act as optical nanoantennae and enhance light matter coupling in nanoscale devices. This book describes how one can fully integrate plasmonic nanostructures into dielectric, semiconductor, and molecular photonic devices, for guiding photons across the nano–micro interface and for detecting molecules with unsurpassed sensitivity. ·Nanophotonics and Nanoplasmonics ·Metamaterials and negative-index materials ·Plasmon-enhanced sensing and spectroscopy ·Imaging and sensing on the nanoscale ·Metal Optics

Progress in Compact Antennas

Progress in Compact Antennas
  • Author : Laure Huitema
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release Date : 2014-09-10
  • Total pages : 216
  • ISBN : 9789535117230
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Compact antennas are a subject of growing interest from industry and scientific community to equip wireless communicating objects. The need for high performance small antennas and RF front ends is the challenge for future and next generation mobile devices. This book brings the body of knowledge on compact antennas into a single comprehensive volume. It is designed to meet the needs of electrical engineering and physics students to the senior undergraduate and beginning graduate levels, and those of practicing engineers.

Introduction to Nanophotonics

Introduction to Nanophotonics
  • Author : Sergey V. Gaponenko
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2010-04-08
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 9781139643566
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Nanophotonics is where photonics merges with nanoscience and nanotechnology, and where spatial confinement considerably modifies light propagation and light-matter interaction. Describing the basic phenomena, principles, experimental advances and potential impact of nanophotonics, this graduate-level textbook is ideal for students in physics, optical and electronic engineering and materials science. The textbook highlights practical issues, material properties and device feasibility, and includes the basic optical properties of metals, semiconductors and dielectrics. Mathematics is kept to a minimum and theoretical issues are reduced to a conceptual level. Each chapter ends in problems so readers can monitor their understanding of the material presented. The introductory quantum theory of solids and size effects in semiconductors are considered to give a parallel discussion of wave optics and wave mechanics of nanostructures. The physical and historical interplay of wave optics and quantum mechanics is traced. Nanoplasmonics, an essential part of modern photonics, is also included.

Optical Thin Films and Coatings

Optical Thin Films and Coatings
  • Author : Angela Piegari,François Flory
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2018-06-19
  • Total pages : 860
  • ISBN : 9780081020999
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Optical Thin Films and Coatings: From Materials to Applications, Second Edition, provides an overview of thin film materials and their properties, design and manufacture across a wide variety of application areas. Sections explore their design and manufacture and their unconventional features, including the scattering properties of random structures in thin films, optical properties at short wavelengths, thermal properties and color effects. Other chapters focus on novel materials, including organic optical coatings, surface multiplasmonics, optical thin films containing quantum dots, and optical coatings, including laser components, solar cells, displays and lighting, and architectural and automotive glass. The book presents a technical resource for researchers and engineers working with optical thin films and coatings. It is also ideal for professionals in the security, automotive, space and other industries who need an understanding of the topic. Provides thorough review of applications of optical coatings including laser components, solar cells, glazing, displays and lighting One-stop reference that addresses deposition techniques, properties, and applications of optical thin films and coatings Novel methods, suggestions for analysis, and applications makes this a valuable resource for experts in the field as well

Recent Trends in Materials

Recent Trends in Materials
  • Author : K. Geetha,Francisco M. Gonzalez-Longatt,Hui-Ming Wee
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-12-02
  • Total pages : 484
  • ISBN : 9789811953958
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This book presents the select proceedings of 4th International Conference on Trends in Material Science and Inventive Materials (ICTMIM 2022). Various topics covered in this book are nanotechnology in materials science, green and sustainable materials, semiconductor & electronic materials and devices, bio electronic materials and sensors, thin films, materials surface and interfaces, modern electronic materials, multilayered structures and composite materials, quantum-sized structures and nanocrystals, electronic biosensors, MEMS and sensors, light emitting materials, nanomaterials, opto-electronic materials, microwave and antenna, nanostructure fabrication and self-assembly, self-healable and stretchable configurations, data-driven materials design, advanced charge transfer and suitable interfaces, metallization and superconductivity. Given the contents, the book will be useful for students, researchers and professionals working in the area of material science and engineering.

Solar Cells and Light Management

Solar Cells and Light Management
  • Author : Francesco Enrichi,Giancarlo Righini
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2019-10-29
  • Total pages : 556
  • ISBN : 9780081028735
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Solar Cells and Light Management: Materials, Strategies and Sustainability provides an extensive review on the latest advances in PV materials, along with light management strategies for better exploiting the solar spectrum. Following a brief review of the current status of solar cells, the book discusses different concepts, principles and technologies for solar devices, starting with standard silicon cells and then covering organic-hybrid, DSSC, perovskite, quantum dots and nanostructured oxide solar cells. Other sections focus on light manipulation and spectral modification, materials for spectral conversion, and environmental and sustainably considerations. An emergy analysis, which is an extension of the Life Cycle Assessment methodology, is applied to the study of solar PV systems, thus allowing for effective integrated indicators. Provides a comprehensive picture of light management strategies Features the most recent advances in the field, including novel materials and advanced solar cell technologies Presents a resource that is applicable to both new or experienced researchers in the field Contains a section on environmental and sustainability issues

Dielectric Metamaterials and Metasurfaces in Transformation Optics and Photonics

Dielectric Metamaterials and Metasurfaces in Transformation Optics and Photonics
  • Author : Elena Semouchkina
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2021-08-06
  • Total pages : 328
  • ISBN : 9780128206218
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Dielectric Metamaterials and Metasurfaces in Transformation Optics and Photonics addresses the complexity of electromagnetic responses from arrays of dielectric resonators, which are often omitted from consideration when using simplified metamaterials concepts. The book's authors present a thorough consideration of dielectric resonances in different environments which is needed to design optical and photonic devices. Dielectric metamaterials and photonic crystals are compared, with their effects analyzed. Design approaches and examples of designs for invisibility cloaks based on artificial media are also included. Current challenge of incorporating artificial materials into transformation optics-based and photonics devices are also covered. Presents advanced concepts of utilizing artificial materials for optical and photonic device applications Includes design approaches of materials for transformation optics, cloaking, applications and examples of these designs Compares photonic crystals and metamaterials, their effects, properties and characteristics

21st Century Nanoscience – A Handbook

21st Century Nanoscience – A Handbook
  • Author : Klaus D. Sattler
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2020-11-09
  • Total pages : 472
  • ISBN : 9781000710151
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21st Century Nanoscience - A Handbook: Low-Dimensional Materials and Morphologies (Volume 4) will be the most comprehensive, up-to-date large reference work for the field of nanoscience. Handbook of Nanophysics by the same editor published in the fall of 2010 and was embraced as the first comprehensive reference to consider both fundamental and applied aspects of nanophysics. This follow-up project has been conceived as a necessary expansion and full update that considers the significant advances made in the field since 2010. It goes well beyond the physics as warranted by recent developments in the field. This fourth volume in a ten-volume set covers low-dimensional materials and morphologies. Key Features: Provides the most comprehensive, up-to-date large reference work for the field. Chapters written by international experts in the field. Emphasises presentation and real results and applications. This handbook distinguishes itself from other works by its breadth of coverage, readability and timely topics. The intended readership is very broad, from students and instructors to engineers, physicists, chemists, biologists, biomedical researchers, industry professionals, governmental scientists, and others whose work is impacted by nanotechnology. It will be an indispensable resource in academic, government, and industry libraries worldwide. The fields impacted by nanophysics extend from materials science and engineering to biotechnology, biomedical engineering, medicine, electrical engineering, pharmaceutical science, computer technology, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, food science, and beyond.