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12 May 2009 Low-loss infrared metallo-dielectric metamaterials: theory and applications
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Man made artificial materials or metamaterials have attracted in the recent years a huge amount of interest owing to their potentials applications. Among these, we can cite perfect lens [1], hyper lens [2], electromagnetic cloak [3-7] and applications in non linear and/or guided optics [9-10]. In this paper we present and review some applications of infrared metallo- dielectric metamaterials developed in our group including the design of novel low loss negative index metamaterials, realistic cloaking in the infrared [7], sensing [8-9] and applications in non linear and/or guided optics [9-10] The basic physics of each presented application is reviewed and the use of these applications on functional photonic device is discussed.
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B. Kanté, A. de Lustrac, and J.-M. Lourtioz "Low-loss infrared metallo-dielectric metamaterials: theory and applications", Proc. SPIE 7353, Metamaterials IV, 735303 (12 May 2009); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.820559
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