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6 lectures on: Subwavelength resonances; Hybridization of subwavelength resonances; Metasurfaces; Double-negative metamaterials; Subwavelength bandgaps; Topological metamaterials
5 lectures on: Locally resonant structures in electromagnetism and elastodynamics. Electromagnetic metamaterials; Transformation optics for invisibility cloaks and twisted waveguides; Plasmonics and structured surfaces. Acoustic metamaterials; Localised modes in arrays of split ring resonators; Phononic band gap guidance in arrays of elastic fibers; Transformation elastodynamics for flexural waves.
6 lectures on: Introduction to the classical homogenization of massive periodic structures; effective materials. Higher order homogenization of finite extend structures, derivation of unusual transmission/boundary conditions; the case of laminar structure; Segev’s anomalies in electromagnetism. Homogenization for water waves, sea-bed structuration and floating structure with subwavelength structuration. Homogenization of seismic metamaterials; shielding effect.
6 lectures on: Homogenization of non-resonant meta-surfaces/meta-films: the case of a thin array of penetrable inclusions and of roughnesses: effectives models, variational bounds and applications. Homogenization of resonant meta-film with highly-contrasted material/geometric properties. Resonances of the Mie type, of the Helmholtz type and of the Minnaert type.
6 lectures on: Muller's method; Green's functions, and layer potential techniques; Spectrum of Neumann-Poincaré operator and plasmonic resonances; Elastic metamaterials; Computations of subwavelength bandgaps; Near cloaking and anomalous resonances; Quantitative imaging in near-field optics.
6 lectures on: Super-resolution in high-contrast media; Super-resolution by using a system of subwavelength resonators; Super-resolution using plasmonic spectroscopic data; Scattering and field enhancement of a perfect conducting narrow slit; Scattering by a periodic array of subwavelength slits: the homogenization regime; Scattering by a periodic array of subwavelength slits: the diffraction regime.
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