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Special Issue

Waves in Resonant Metasurfaces

The investigation of engineered mediums, that can exhibit varieties of exotic characteristics upon excitation by suitable waves, has been on the frontline of research. The suitability of incidence radiation is essentially determined by the structure of mediums under operation as those are organized into specifically designed periodic arrays of micron- or nano-sized objects (or meta-atoms), thereby forming the lattice geometry of engineered mediums – the so-called metasurface. The underlined electromagnetic phenomenon of surface lattice resonance reveals the propagation of surface waves as the metasurface can sustain certain lattice modes. Such resonance structures can be exploited to a broad spectrum of applications in the current technological scenario, namely energy harvesting devices, nonlinear mediums for communications, sensors for environmental monitoring and/or medical diagnostics, antenna structures, metalenses, diffraction gratings etc., would be only a few among the others.

In view of the importance of the topic, the joint Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications would like to announce a Special Issue— Waves in Resonant Metasurfaces—for 2019. The editors welcome original research papers in the areas of, but not limited to;

  • Dielectric metasurfaces
  • Subwavelength structures
  • Fano resonances
  • Arrayed mediums
  • Defects in metasurfaces
  • Perfect absorbers
  • Plasmonic sensors
  • Hyperbolic metamaterials
  • Terahertz imaging
  • Infrared imaging
  • Diffractive lenses
  • Diffraction gratings
  • Phase shifters
  • Metastructured filters
  • Quantum emitters
  • Invisibility cloaks

Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications covers all aspects of electromagnetic wave theory and its applications. It publishes original papers and review articles on new theories, methodologies, and computational techniques, as well as interpretations of both theoretical and experimental results.

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Submission guidelines

Prospective authors may come up with their valuable research results to submit in the form of manuscript following the usual guidelines for submission. While submitting, please opt for the appropriate Special Issue, as specified in the ScholarOne system. The due date for manuscript submission is 30 September 2019. All submissions will be handled through the peer review process of Journal.