Symposium FF
Electromagnetic Metamaterials and Metasurfaces:
Recent Research Achievements and New Paradigms

Costantino DE ANGELIS, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy
Yuri S. KIVSHAR, Australian National University, Australia

Andrea ALU, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Pavel BELOV, ITMO University, Russia
Tie Jun CUI, Southeast University, China
Eugene O. KAMENETSKII, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Mikhail LAPINE, University Technology Sydney, Australia
Andrei LAVRINENKO, Danish Technical University, Denmark
Guixin LI, Southern University of Sci. and Tech., China
Masaya NOTOMI, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Willie John PADILLA, Duke University, USA
Concita SIBILIA, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
Isabelle STAUDE, University of Jena, Germany
Takuo TANAKA, RIKEN, Japan
Sergei A. TRETYAKOV, Aalto University, Finland
Din Ping TSAI, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Lei ZHOU, Fudan University, China
Costantino DE ANGELIS, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy
Andrea DI FALCO, University of St. Andrews, UK
Andrey EVLYUKHIN, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Arseniy KUZNETSOV, IMRE, A*STAR, Singapore
Mikhail LAPINE, University Technology Sydney, Australia
Andrei LAVRINENKO, Danish Technical University, Denmark
Natalia M. LITCHINITSER, Duke University, USA
Nicolò MACCAFERRI, Umea University, Sweden
Stanislav I. MASLOVSKI, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Taiichi OTSUJI, Tohoku University, Japan
Kosmas L. TSAKMAKIDIS, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Ventsislav K. VALEV, University of Bath, UK
Ewold VERHAGEN, AMOLF, Netherlands
Xuchen WANG, Aalto University, Finland
Metamaterials belong to the class of artificial materials that can be engineered to exhibit properties that cannot be found in nature and offer the exciting new opportunities for controlling and modifying the flow of electromagnetic radiation. In combination with conventional materials, artificially engineered electromagnetic metamaterials open new ways to a number of applications in microwave, terahertz and photonic devices that range from super-resolution optical instruments and microwave antennas to photonic signal processing circuits. More recent developments include the expanding studies of metasurfaces, all dielectric metamaterials, and hybrid metamaterials and metadevices incorporating graphene and other two-dimensional materials, whereas topological photonic and quantum metamaterials, software-discovered metamaterials and cognitive metamaterials are among the new paradigms that keeps generating considerable excitement for their promise of new applications and to further expand the limits of modern information and communication systems.
This Symposium, that follows the ones on the same topic held at previous CIMTEC conferences, seeks to enlighten recent progress and stimulate an open discussion among experts of this multidisciplinary fascinating area of research with a view on the perspectives opened by exploring its potential in present and forecast applications.
Contributions are expected to cover the following and related focus area:
  • Physics and modelling of metamaterials systems
  • Microwave and THz metamaterials
  • All-dielectric metamaterials and metasurfaces
  • Nonlinear, tunable and active metamaterials
  • Applications of metamaterials and metadevices
  • Antenna, nanoantenna and waveguide applications
  • Cloaking and transformation optics with metamaterials
  • Superlenses and near field imaging
  • Artificial intelligence metamaterials
  • Quantum metamaterials
  • Topological photonic metamaterials
  • Neuromorphic and cognitive metamaterials
  • Novel concepts for devices and applications
Session Topics

FF-1 Physics and modelling of metamaterials / metadevices

FF-2 Novel concepts and new materials

FF-3 Mie-resonant nanophotonics

FF-4 Functional metasurfaces

FF-5 Quantum and topological meta-optics

FF-6 Active metamaterials


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