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Frontiers of Physics 2010

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Frontiers of Physics 2010

    Frontiers of Physics 2010, 5(3)

    分享?Frontiers of Physics 2010, 5(3) (SCIE收录)

Cover illustration

    Vol. 5, No. 3, 2010

    In recent years, metamaterials has stimulated the interest of many researchers

    due to their many important applications, such as negative refraction, super-imaging and invisible cloak. According to the well known effective-media

    model, the coupling interactions between the elements in metamaterials are somewhat ignored; therefore, the effective properties of metamaterials can be viewed as the “averaged effect” of the resonance property of the individual elements. However, the coupling interaction between elements should always exist when they are arranged into metamaterials. Sometimes,

    especially when the elements are very close, this coupling effect is not negligible and will have a substantial effect on the metamaterials’ properties. The cover picture shows a particularly interesting and typical coupled metamaterials, whose unit cell is composed of two identical split-ring

    resonators. The inductive interaction between these two magnetic “atoms” introduces the split the resonance, which strongly depends on the separation distance between the resonators. More details could be found in the article

    "Hybridization effect in coupled metamaterials" by Hui LIU(刘辉), Tao LI(

    ), Shu-ming WANG(王漱明) and Shi-ning ZHU(祝世宁), pp 277-290. [Photo

    credits: Tao LI(李涛) and Hui LIU(刘辉), Nanjing University, China]

     Contents

     Recent Advances in Artificial Wave Functional

    Materials: Photonic Crystals, Metamaterials and Plasmonics

     Guest Editors: Xiang ZHANG (张翔) and Shi-ning ZHU (祝世宁)

    219 Editorial: Molding the light flow at desire

     Xiang ZHANG (张翔), Shi-ning ZHU (祝世

    )

    220 Ultrafast optical switching in Kerr nonlinear photonic crystals

     Ye LIU (刘晔), Fei QIN (秦飞), Fei ZHOU (周飞), Qing-bo MENG (孟庆波),

     Dao-zhong ZHANG (张道中), Zhi-yuan LI (李志远)

    245 Spontaneous emission in micro- and nano-structures

     Jing-feng LIU (刘景锋), Xue-hua WANG (王雪华)

    260 Photonic crystal surface mode microcavities

     Jing WANG (王静), Min YAN (严敏), Min QIU (仇旻)

    266 Photonic crystals and microlasers fabricated with low refractive index material

     Tian-rui ZHAI (翟天瑞), Da-he LIU (刘大禾), Xiang-dong ZHANG (

    向东)

    277 Hybridization effect in coupled metamaterials

     Hui LIU (刘辉), Tao LI (李涛), Shu-ming WANG (王漱明), Shi-ning ZHU

    (祝世宁)

    291 Manipulate light polarizations with metamaterials: From microwave

     to visible

     Jia-ming HAO (郝加明), Min QIU (仇旻), Lei ZHOU (周磊) 308 Illusion optics

     Yun LAI (赖耘), Jack NG (吴紫辉), Huan-yang CHEN (陈焕阳),

     Zhao-Qing ZHANG (张昭庆), C. T. CHAN (陈子亭)

    319 A broadband simplified free space cloak realized by nonmagnetic

     dielectric cylinders

     Di BAO (鲍迪), Efthymios KALLOS, Wen-xuan TANG (汤文轩),

     Christos ARGYROPOULOS, Yang HAO (郝阳), Tie-jun CUI (崔铁军) 324 Sub-diffraction-limited far-field imaging in infrared

     Pratik CHATURVEDI, Nicholas X. FANG

    330 Chemical sensing based on the plasmonic response of nanoparticle

     aggregation: anion sensing in nanoparticles stabilized by

     amino-functional ionic liquid

     Aitzol GARCIA-ETXARRI, Javier AIZPURUA, Jon MOLINA-ALDAREGUIA,

     Rebeca MARCILLA, Jose Adolfo POMPOSO, David MECERREYES 337 Erratum to: Spin qubits for quantum simulations

     Xin-hua PENG (彭新华), Dieter SUTER

    封三实验室介绍?固态微结构国家实验室?National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures of Nanjing University, Nanjing, China)

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