Session Code: L

Minisymposium Title: Mathematical and Computational Issues in Electromagnetic Materials

Minisymposium Description: The aim of this symposium is to bring together researchers working on fundamental questions related to electromagnetic waves and materials and to highlight recent progress in this area. Topics of focus in this symposium include slow light, band gap solitons, photonics, metamaterials, and resonance.

Minisymposium Organizer: Aaron T. Welters, Robert P. Lipton, Louisiana State University, USA, Stephen P. Shipman, Louisiana State University, USA

Robert P. Lipton, Louisiana State University, USA-Spectral Theory with Out Ellipticity: Bloch Waves and Separation of Frequency Spectra
Catalin Turc-Efficient Solvers for Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Problems in Complex Geometries
Alexander Pankov, Morgan State University, USA- Gap Solitons in Almost Periodic One-Dimensional Structures
Stephen P. Shipman, Louisiana State University, USA-Soliton Solutions of the Nonlinear Exciton-Polariton Equations
Gideon Simpson, University of Toronto, Canada-Nonlinear Schrödinger-Poisson Equation with Coulombic Potentials
John Schotland, University of Pennsylvania, USA-Quantum Optics in Random Media
Aaron T. Welters-Pathological Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves in Magneto-Photonic Crystals with Defects in the Slow-Light Regime
Nilima Nigam, McGill University, Canada-Highly Accurate Methods for Resonance Calculations
Michael O'Neil-Novel Integral Formulations for Layered Media Problems in Electromagnetics
Alexander Figotin, University of California, Irvine, USA-Mechanism of Absorption Suppression in Gyroscopic Systems Composed of High-Loss and Lossless Components
Arthur D. Yaghjian, Electromagnetics Research Consultant, USA-Effective Properties of Periodic Tubular Structures
Steven Johnson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA-Nonlinear Models of Lasers, Noise, and the Salt Equations

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