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Penn State CEARL

Hybrid Metamaterials for Electrically Triggered Multifunctional Control
Authors: Liu Liu, Lei Kang, Theresa S. Mayer, Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: Infrared image of metadevice composed of vanadium dioxide with gold patterned mesh. Reflectivity of the device can be controlled by varying the current passed through the device. Click here to view the academic paper
Dielectric Nanoresonator Based Lossless Optical Perfect Magnetic Mirror with Near-Zero Reflection Phase
Authors: L. Lin, Z. Jiang, D. Ma, S. Yun, Z. Liu, D. Werner, and T. Mayer

Shown Right: Tilted view of FESEM image for the fabricated all-dielectric magnetic mirror showing well-defined a-Si nanoresonator array Click here to view the academic paper
Functionalized Metamaterials Enable Frequency and Polarization Agility in a Miniaturized Lightweight Antenna Package
Authors: Clinton P. Scarborough, Douglas H. Werner, Douglas E. Wolfe

Shown Right: New compact antenna based on an artificially magnetic conducting metasurface composed of an array of compact intertwined tunable unit cells. Click here to view the press release. Click here to view the academic paper
Evolving Random Fractal Cantor Superlattices for the Infrared using a Genetic Algorithm
Authors: Jeremy A. Bossard, Lan Lin, Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) image showing a cross section of ribbonfish skin. Scale bar, 5 µm. Click here to view the press release. Click here to view the academic paper
Quasi-Three-Dimensional Angle-Tolerant Electromagnetic Illusion Using Ultrathin Metasurface Coatings
Authors: Zhi Hao Jiang and Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: Transforming the scattering signature of a dielectric cylinder into that of a conducting cylinder. Click here to view the academic paper
Tuning the Optical Response of a Dimer Nanoantenna Using Plasmonic Nanoring Loads
Authors: Anastasios H. Panaretos, Yu A. Yuwen, Douglas H. Werner, and Theresa S. Mayer

Shown Right: SEM image of dimer with nanoring load. The white scale bar corresponds to a 100 nm length. Click here to view the academic paper
Handedness Dependent Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Hybrid Chiral Metamaterials
Authors: Lei Kang, Zhi Hao Jiang, Taiwei Yue, and Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: Schematic illustrating the propagation of pulses consisting of circularly polarized waves of the opposite handedness. Click here to view the academic paper
Tailoring Dispersion for Broadband Low-loss Optical Metamaterials Using Deep-subwavelength Inclusions
Authors: Zhi Hao Jiang, Seokho Yun, Lan Lin, Jeremy A. Bossard, Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: FESEM image of a portion of the freestanding nanofabricated modified fishnet nanostructure. Scale bar: 1 μm. Click here to view the academic paper
Restoring Intrinsic Properties of Electromagnetic Radiators Using Ultralightweight Integrated Metasurface Cloaks
Authors: Zhi Hao Jiang, Peter E. Sieber, Lei Kang and Douglas H. Werner

Shown Right: A photograph of fabricated monopole radiators coated by the assembled metasurface cloaks Click here to view the academic paper

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Dr. Douglas H. Werner, Director
John L. and Genevieve H. McCain Chair Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
Pennsylvania State University