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S7: Metamaterials and Microwave Ceramics

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The ability to develop artificially engineered dielectric materials has enabled a number of new phenomena attractive for communications, optics, and sensing. Among these are microwave dielectrics for RF/microwave applications, ferrites, tunable dielectrics, and a broad class of “Metamaterials” including artificially structured dielectrics, doubly negative materials (negative, negative, and negative refractive index), and artificial electromagnetics with unique character. Ceramic materials play unique roles in these systems, and are of particular interest for low loss properties and tunable behavior. This symposium is a forum for emerging electromagnetic phenomena, engineered materials design, structure-property relationships, and system performance in these highly engineered artificial electromagnetic structures.

Proposed Session Topics

  • Metamaterials (visible to RF)
  • Artificial electromagnetic structures (e.g. resonators, engineered substrates)
  • Microwave dielectrics
  • Magnetic ceramics including ferrites (high frequency applications; visible to RF)
  • Tunable dielectrics
  • Integration of materials for engineered electromagnetic systems
  • Structure-property relations of engineered electromagnetic materials

Symposium Organizers

  • Paul Clem, Sandia National Laboratories
  • Amit Goyal, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Point of Contact

Paul Clem, Sandia National Laboratories, USA, Phone: +1 (505) 272-7624


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