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Nanostructures for Advanced Electromagnetic and Photonic Devices

EasyChair Preprint no. 11141

7 pagesDate: October 23, 2023


Nanostructures have emerged as a crucial component in the development of advanced electromagnetic and photonic devices. This abstract provides an overview of the significance of nanostructures in these domains and highlights their potential applications. The manipulation of electromagnetic waves and photons at the nanoscale has opened up new avenues for groundbreaking technologies. Nanostructures, which are typically characterized by dimensions on the order of nanometers, exhibit unique properties that allow precise control over the interaction of light and electromagnetic fields. This abstract discusses the key aspects and applications of nanostructures in the context of advanced electromagnetic and photonic devices. Nonlinear Optics: Nonlinear optical effects in nanostructures enable the generation of new frequencies and the manipulation of optical signals. Such devices find use in laser sources, frequency conversion, and spectroscopy. This abstract underscores the transformative role of nanostructures in advancing electromagnetic and photonic devices. Harnessing the unique properties of nanomaterials opens up new possibilities for technology, including faster and more efficient communication, more sensitive sensors, and novel approaches to harnessing and controlling light and electromagnetic waves. As research in this field continues to progress, nanostructures promise to play an increasingly central role in shaping the future of photonics and electromagnetics.

Keyphrases: Engineering, Nanostructures, Physics

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  author = {Robert Thomson and Smith Milson},
  title = {Nanostructures for Advanced Electromagnetic and Photonic Devices},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11141},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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