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  • Retrieval

    Metamaterial unit cells are usually complex, but it is possible to represent them using homogeneous effective optical properties. More »
  • Communications

    At (relatively) low frequencies, the metals used to form the metamaterial circuits are good conductors that can form structures with relatively low absorption. More »
  • 15 Years of Metamaterials

    Metamaterials pioneers David Smith and Sir John Pendry discuss the birth, evolution and future of this novel class of materials in advance of the summer 2015 Metamaterials Science & Technology Workshop. More »
  • CMIP hosts Metamaterials Science and Technology Workshop

    The Center for Metamaterials and Integrated Plasmonics will host a workshop this summer at UCSD July 20th-22nd 2015. More »

News

April 21 2015
Metamaterials pioneers David Smith and Sir John Pendry discuss the birth, evolution and future of this novel class of materials in advance of the summer 2015 Metamaterials Science & Technology Workshop.

April 17 2015
Kymeta Corporation, a Seattle-based developer of metamaterials-based antenna technology, today announced that its board of directors has appointed Dr. Nathan Kundtz as CEO and Marc Stolzman as chief financial officer (CFO).

March 30 2015
Date: Monday, April 20th 2015
Location: Schiciano, side A
Title: "Colloidal Nanocrystals: The Building Blocks of Large-Scale Metamaterials"
Time: 3:00- 4:00PM

March 24 2015
Former Researcher, Tom Driscoll is highlighted in this New York Times piece on Intellectual Venture's latest metamaterials spinoff company; Echodyne.

March 6 2015
Mikkelsen NSF CAREER Award to Support Quantum Photonics Research

February 27 2015
Jeopardy, America's favorite quiz show: Duke University has developed a prototype for a cloak that grants this power, just like Harry Potter's.

February 25 2015
Forging Metamaterials: Labs Craft Invisibility Cloaks, Perfect Lenses and Nanostructures (Kavli Roundtable)

February 10 2015
Date: Monday, February 16 at 3-4pm in Schiciano Side A
Title: “Plasmonic Metamaterials and Nanomaterials for Light Control at the Nanoscale”

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