ELECTROMAGNETIC METAMATERIALS The book presents an overview of metamaterials current state of development in several domains of application such as electromagnetics, electrical engineering, classical optics, microwave and antenna engineering, solid-state physics, materials sciences, and optoelectronics.
Metamaterials have become a hot topic in the scientific community in recent years due to their remarkable electromagnetic properties. Metamaterials have the ability to alter electromagnetic and acoustic waves in ways that bulk materials cannot.
Electromagnetic Metamaterials: Properties and Applications discusses a wide range of components to make metamaterial-engineered devices. It gives an overview of metamaterials’ current stage of development in a variety of fields such as remote aerospace applications, medical appliances, sensor detectors and monitoring devices of infrastructure, crowd handling, smart solar panels, radomes, high-gain antennas lens, high-frequency communication on the battlefield, ultrasonic detectors, and structures to shield from earthquakes.
Researchers and engineers in electromagnetic and electrical engineering, classical optics, microwave and antenna engineering, solid-state physics, materials sciences, and optoelectronics.