Title: "Elastically Tunable Metasurfaces"
Dr. Yair Zárate, de Australian National University, Nonlinear Physics Centre
Abstract: Metasurfaces represent the most promising class of metamaterials for real applications, whereby arbitrary wavefront and polarisation control can be achieved using just a single sub-wavelength layer. The first generation of electromagnetic metamaterials was characterized by properties fixed during the assembly process. Nonetheless, recently there has been considerable interest to expand their functionality by designing systems capable of changing properties reversibly through external stimuli. Providing metasurfaces of reliable tuning mechanism is the next step to consolidate them as a real competitor in the industry of light technologies.
Miércoles 11 de abril a las 15:30 hrs.
Sala de Conferencias, 3er Piso
Departamento de Física
Universidad de Santiago de Chile