Advances in Electromagnetics of Complex Media and Metamaterials

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Sad Zouhdi, Ari Sihvola, Mohamed Arsalane
Springer Science & Business Media, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 485 pages
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The NATO Advanced Research Workshop Bianisotropics 2002 was held in th Marrakesh, Morocco, during 8-11 May 2002. This was the 9 International Conference on Electromagnetics of Complex Media, belonging to a series of meetings where the focus is on electromagnetics of chiral, bianisotropic, and other materials that may respond to electric and magnetic field excitations in special manner. The first of these meetings was held in Espoo, Finland (1993), and the following venues were Gomel, Belarus (1993), Perigueux, France (1994), State College, Pennsylvania, USA (1995), the rivers and channels between St. Petersburg and Moscow in Russia (1996), Glasgow, Scotland (1997), Brunswick, Germany (1998), and Lisbon, Portugal (2000). The present book contains full articles of several of the presentations that were given in the Marrakesh conference. In Bianisotropics 2002, 8 re view lectures, 14 invited lectures and 68 contributed talks and posters were presented. Of these presentations, after a double review process, 28 contributions have achieved their final form on the pages to follow. From the contributions ofthe meeting, also another publication is being planned: a Special Issue of the journal Electromagnetics will be devoted to complex materials. Guest editors for this issue are Keith W. Whites and Said Zouhdi. The chairmen of Bianisotropics 2002conference were Said Zouhdi (Pierre et Marie Curie University - Paris) and Mohamed Arsalane (Cadi Ayyad University - Marrakesh), who were assisted by Scientists from Moroccan Universities and the International Bianisotropics Conference Committee.
 

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Contents

I
80
On the Electromagnetic Modelling of LeftHanded Metamaterials
122
II
140
Photonic Band Gap Effects in Magnetic Film with Periodically StripedDomain Structure
156
Simulation of Finite Photonic Crystals made of Biisotropic or Chiral Material Using the Method of Auxiliary Sources
174
A Review of Homogenization Studies for Biaxial Bianisotropic Materials
210
Dispersion Properties of StopBand Structures from Thin Metallic Spirals
228
First Step to Optimization of Pitch Angle of Helix
244
Surface and Leaky Modes of Multilayered Omega Structures
290
Use of Contemporary Mathematical Applications for Exact Solution of Light Propagation Problem in Layered Media Propagation and Scattering
318
III
338
Optical Anisotropy of the Crystals at the Nonuniform Fields
402
Electromagnetic Field Solution in Curved Structures with Local Bianisotropic Loading Media
438
Dielectric Substrates Anisotropy Effects on the Characteristics of Microstrip Structures
448
Theoretical and Experimental Limitations of Chiral Microwave Absorbers
460
List of Contributors
470

Resonances of Closed Models in Thin Arrays of Complex Particles
280

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