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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 »
  • Origins

    Expansive metamaterial concept was developed by Rodger Walse – carefully constructed composite materials could achieve physical properties well beyond their constituent components. More »
  • A Definition

    Metamaterials are artificially structured materials used to control and manipulate light, sound, and many other physical phenomena. More »

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Picture of Cristian Ciraci (right) and I (left) at the CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2015 conference dinner.

June 26 2015
Baron attended CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2015, held in Munich, Germany, June 21–25 and recaps his experience; a major European, scientific event in the International Year of Light.

May 21 2015
This year was particularly exciting for CLEO, because six Nobel prizes went to opticians in 2014, five prize recipients attended the conference and gave talks in plenary sessions.

May 5 2015
CMIP was represented at the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP) by Okan Yurduseven and Jonah Gollub, two researchers from the Smith Lab.

April 21 2015
Metamaterials pioneers David Smith and Sir John Pendry discuss the birth, evolution, and future of this novel class of materials.

April 14 2015
Kymeta Corporation announced that its board of directors has appointed Dr. Nathan Kundtz as CEO and Marc Stolzman as chief financial officer (CFO).

April 6 2015
Powerful radar, mostly limited to the military, could soon be cheap enough for cars and consumer drones to use.

March 30 2015
April 20, 2015, 3–4 PM | Schiciano, Side A
"Colloidal Nanocrystals: The Building Blocks of Large-Scale Metamaterials"

March 23 2015
Former researcher, Tom Driscoll, is highlighted NY Times piece on Intellectual Venture's latest spinoff company, Echodyne.

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