Potential topics include but are not limited to:

  •   Physics of complex electromagnetic materials
  •   Analytical and numerical modelling of metamaterials and metasurfaces
  •   Homogenization and effective medium models
  •   Fabrication and experimental characterization of metamaterials
  •   Nonlinear, tunable, reconfigurable, and programmable metamaterials and metasurfaces
  •   Time-space modulated structures 
  •   Active and absorption-free metamaterials
  •   Chiral and bianisotropic composites
  •   Metamaterials with extreme parameters
  •   Quantum and superconducting metamaterials
  •   Carbon nanotubes, graphene and other 2D materials
  •   Nonreciprocal and topological metamaterials
  •   Multiscale metamaterials
  •   Plasmonics
  •   Photonic crystals and EBG structures
  •   Antenna and absorber applications of metamaterials
  •   RF and microwave metamaterials: design, properties, applications
  •   Metamaterials for 5G (and beyond) applications 
  •   Millimeter wave/THz metamaterials and applications
  •   Optical metamaterials and their applications
  •   Acoustic metamaterials
  •   Mechanical and elastic metamaterials
  •   Metamaterials for nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and nanoantennas
  •   Metamaterials for control of heat flow and radiation 
  •   Metamaterials for quantum electronics 
  •   Metamaterials for sensing
  •   Metamaterials in naval and aeronautic applications
  •   Biological and biomedical applications of metamaterials 
  •   Super-resolution and near-field imaging: effects and devices
  •  Transformational electromagnetics, elastodynamics, hydrodynamics and thermodynamics
  •   Advances in cloaking and invisibility
  •   Metamaterials in education
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