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Electromagnetic Waves in Nonlinear Layered Metamaterials, Gyrotropic and Plasma Media

Gyrotropic, plasmonic and layered media
Dr Yuriy Rapoport, Professor Vladimir Grimalsky

Description

The purpose is to give a wide, tutorial-driven, presentation of the theory of wave processes occurring in layered nonlinear metamaterials (MM), gyrotropic and plasma media; to determine the regularities of electromagnetic wave propagation and formation of wave structures; to investigate the new wave structures (solitons etc.) and effects in MM, gyrotropic and plasma media with bulk, surface, resonant, moderate, strong nonlinearities; to study the effective methods of control of wave processes due to the use of inhomogeneous and non-stationary external fields.

This book is aimed at graduates and postgraduates studying physical science and engineering, and can be used for training courses for specialists in meta- and nanophotonics and nanoelectronics.

Key Features

  • New types of modern nonlinear metamaterials, such as hyperbolics, are comprehensively described
  • Applications for specific developments based on hyperbolic metamaterials are provided
  • Important scientific and practical results are described for active systems using graphene-based structures
  • The significant impact of higher-order nonlinearity upon the instability of bullets in a nonlinear metamaterial waveguide is demonstrated
  • The influence of metamaterials on rogue waves is presented in the kind of detail that will attract many readers


About Editors

Volodymyr Grimalsky graduated from T. Shevchenko Kiev State University (KSU), former USSR (now Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine), in 1982 with the honorous diploma on the theoretical physics. Grimalsky is the author of more than 200 papers in refereed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters. His scientific interests are with the linear and nonlinear propagation and interaction of electromagnetic and acoustic waves in complex media including metamaterials; physical fundamentals of semiconductor devices of high frequencies including terahertz range; and investigation of the physical fundamentals of electromagnetic and acoustic processes in ionosphere connected with seismic and volcanic activity phenomena.

Yuriy Rapoport was graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine and is now Leading research fellow at the same University, Faculty of Physics. He is Ph. D. (1986) and Dr. of Phys. Math. Science (2017). He has been leader and executor of more than 10 Ukrainian and international scientific projects. He has around 140 scientific  publications including 122 publications with 1031 citations in SCOPUS  data base.  He has presented and was co-author of the set of invited papers on the international conferences and was a co-author of a set of invited papers and monograph chapters. His scientific interests include nonlinear wave processes in the active layered and inhomogeneous media of different physical nature: metamaterials, plasma-like structures, ferromagnetics; nonlinear processes in active hyperbolic and quantum graphene metamaterials, including Graphene Metamaterial Electron Optics; ultra-high quality nonlinear resonances and vortex formation in active nonlinear metamaterials and metasurfaces in THz and optical ranges; vortex-based wireless communications, with increased information capacity and robustness respectively to environment influence; mechanisms of the synergetic coupling in the system Earth-Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere.

Table of Contents


Introduction

Acknowledgments

Author biographies

REVIEW OF LITERATURE, PURPOSE, PROBLEM SETTING AND STRUCTURE

METAMATERIALS WITH ACTIVE METAPARTICLES. ABSOLUTE AND  

CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY IN THE ACTIVE METAMATERIALS

GENERAL METHOD OF THE DERIVATION OF NONLINEAR EVOLUTION

EQUATIONS FOR LAYERED STRUCTURES (NEELS) WITH THE VOLUME

AND SURFACE NONLINEARITIES

APPLICATION OF THE METHOD NEELS TO THE LAYERED NONLINEAR PASSIVE GYROTROPIC AND PLASMA-LIKE STRUCTURES WITH VOLUME AND SURFACE NONLINEARITIES

CONTROLLABLE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND OF THE WAVES OF ELECTRON STATES UNDER THE PROPAGATION AND REFLECTION IN NON-STATIONARY LAYERED GYROTROPIC AND METAMATERIAL MEDIA

PARAMETRIC INTERACTIONS OF THE NONLINEAR WAVES IN ACTIVE

LAYERED METAMATERIALS AND GYROTROPIC STRUCTURES

FORMATION. PROPAGATION AND CONTROL OF BULLETS IN METAMATERIAL WAVEGUIDES WITH HIGHER-ORDER NONLINEAR EFFECTS AND MAGNETOOPTIC INTERACTION

GIANT DOUBLE-RESONANT SECOND HARMONIC GENERATION IN THE MULTILAYERED DIELECTRIC-GRAPHENE METAMATERIALS

NONLINEAR TRANSFORMATION OPTICS AND FIELD CONCENTRATION

CONDITIONS FOR TRANSITION TO THE MODE OF STRONG

NONLINEARITY DURING THE GENERATION OF A GIANT LOCALIZED SURFACE PLASMONIC SECOND HARMONIC

NONLINEAR STATIONARY AND NON-STATIONARY DIFFRACTION IN ACTIVE PLANAR ANISOTROPIC HYPERBOLIC METAMATERIAL

ANALYTICAL MODELS OF FORMATION OF NONLINEAR DISSIPATIVE WAVE STRUCTURES IN ACTIVE HYPERBOLIC PLANAR RESONANT METAMATERIAL IN THE IR RANGE. SYNERGETIC APPROACH TO THE WAVE PROCESSES IN RESONANT ACTIVE QUANTUM HYPERBOLIC METAMATERIALS

ROGUE WAVES IN METAMATERIAL WAVEGUIDES

CONCLUSIVE CHAPTER. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS. THE FUTURE SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVE APPLICATIONS OF THE NONLINEAR WAVE PROCESSES IN THE METAMATERIALS 

 

 

Bibliographic

Hardback ISBN: 9780750323345

Ebook ISBN: 9780750323369

Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing

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