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Minisymposium Title: Metamaterials and Their Recent Applications

Minisymposium Description: Metamaterials are materials engineered to have properties that have not yet been found in nature. This mini symposium is devoted to recent progress on understanding properties of these materials and their applications. In this mini-symposium, the speakers will discuss various types of metamaterials for instance negative index materials, hyperbolic metamaterials, and seismic metamaterials and their applications such as superlensing, cloaking, cloaking via anomalous localized resonance. Different aspects of these materials such as resonance, localized resonance, stability, outgoing conditions, limiting amplitude principle are presented. Both theoretical and numerical aspects are covered.

Minisymposium Organizer: Hoai-Minh Nguyen

Eric Bonnetier, Universite Joseph Fourier, France-Superlensing Using Hyperbolic Metamaterials
Loc Nguyen-A Three-Sphere Inequality and Cloaking Using Complementary Media in the Finite Frequency Regime
Petri Ola-Alr with Maxwell's Equations
Anne Sophie Bonnet-Ben Dhia-On the Black-Hole Phenomenon at Corners of Metamaterials
Pierre Millien-Plasmonic Coupling Between Two Nanoparticles
Hyeonbae Kang-Cloaking by Anomalous Localized Resonance for Elasticity
Michael I. Weinstein, Columbia University, USA-TBA
Graeme W. Milton, University of Utah, USA-High Frequency Homogenization for Traveling Waves
Andrea Alu, University of Texas at Austin, USA-General Bounds on Nonlinearity-Based Non-Reciprocal Devices
Ben Schweizer, TU Dortmund, Germany-Outgoing Wave Conditions in Photonic Crystals and Transmission Properties at Interfaces
Sebastien Guenneau-Asymptotic Theory and Experiments on Seismic Metamaterials
Daniel Onofrei-On the Effect of Dissipation on Anomalous Localized Resonance Phenomena with Applications to Cloaking and Superlensing
Faouzi Triki-Analysis of Eigenvalues of the Neumann-Poincaré Operator Associated to a Finite Number of Inclusions
Dinh Liem Nguyen-Imaging of Chiral Gratings in Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering
Valentin Vinoles-Perfectly Matched Layers for Dispersive Media and Application to Time-Domain Simulations in Metamaterials

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