Modeling and understanding of effects of randomness in arrays of resonant meta-atoms

Sergei A. Tretyakov (Invited author), Mohammad Albooyeh (Invited author), Pekka Alitalo (Invited author), Andrei Andryieuski (Invited author), Ali Culhaoglu (Invited author), Andrei Lavrinenko (Invited author), Dmitry Morits (Invited author), Constantin Simovski (Invited author)

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Abstract

In this review presentation we will discuss approaches to modeling and understanding electromagnetic properties of 2D and 3D lattices of small resonant particles (meta-atoms) in transition from regular (periodic) to random (amorphous) states.

Nanostructured metasurfaces (2D) and metamaterials (3D) are arrangements of optically small but resonant particles (meta-atoms). We will present our results on analytical modeling of metasurfaces with periodical and random arrangements of electrically and magnetically resonant meta-atoms with identical or random sizes, both for the normal and oblique-angle excitations. We show how the electromagnetic response of metasurfaces is related to the statistical parameters of the structure. Furthermore, we will discuss the phenomenon of anti-resonance in extracted effective parameters of metamaterials and clarify its relation to the periodicity (or amorphous nature) of the arrangements of meta-atoms.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2013 Optics+Photonics
PublisherSPIE - International Society for Optical Engineering
Publication date2013
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event2013 Optics+Photonics - San Diego, California, United States
Duration: 25 Aug 201329 Aug 2013
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Conference

Conference2013 Optics+Photonics
CountryUnited States
CitySan Diego, California
Period25/08/201329/08/2013
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Paper 8806-57.

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