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BPN321: Realization of 3D Isotropic Negative-Index-Material (NIM) using Microfabrication Technology

Project ID BPN321
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Start Date Mon 2006-Jan-09 15:39:43
Last Updated Mon 2009-Feb-02 23:55:48
Abstract In this project, we propose to realize for the first time, a three dimensional (3D), homogeneous, isotropic Negative-Index-Material(3D-NIM) implementation which allows left-handed behavior for any direction of propagation and any polarization of the electromagnetic wave using micromachining, microfabrication and microassembly (MEMS) techniques with the aim of establishing a basis platform for massively parallel manufacturing of NIM. Besides having a passive metamaterial, integration of modulation mechanisms with lower metal losses will also be explored. This approach will provide a lower unit cost and large scale self-microassembly of 3D-NIM through further multi-layer substrate stacking or bonding.
Status Continuing
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area NanoPlasmonics, Microphotonics & Imaging
Researcher(s) Logeeswaran Veerayah Jayaraman
Advisor(s) M. Saif Islam, David A. Horsley
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