Fundamental And Applied Nano-electromagnetics by Antonio MaffucciFundamental And Applied Nano-electromagnetics by Antonio Maffucci

Fundamental And Applied Nano-electromagnetics

byAntonio MaffucciEditorSergey A. Maksimenko

Paperback | April 18, 2016

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This book presents the most relevant and recent results in the study of "Nanoelectromagnetics", a recently born fascinating research discipline, whose popularity is fast arising with the intensive penetration of nanotechnology in the world of electronics applications.

Studying nanoelectromagnetics means describing the interaction between electromagnetic radiation and quantum mechanical low-dimensional systems: this requires a full interdisciplinary approach, the reason why this book hosts contributions from the fields of fundamental and applied electromagnetics, of chemistry and technology of nanostructures and nanocomposites, of physics of nano-structures systems, etc.

The book is aimed at providing the reader with the state of the art in Nanoelectromagnetics, from theoretical modelling to experimental characterization, from design to synthesis, from DC to microwave and terahertz applications, from the study of fundamental material properties to the analysis of complex systems and devices, from commercial thin-film coatings to metamaterials to circuit components and nanodevices.

The book is intended as a reference in advanced courses for graduate students and as a guide for researchers and industrial professionals involved in nanoelectronics and nanophotonics applications.
Title:Fundamental And Applied Nano-electromagneticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:290 pagesPublished:April 18, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401774889

ISBN - 13:9789401774888

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Table of Contents

Carbon, a unique model material for condensed matter physics and engineering science; A. Celzard, V. Fierro.- Electromagnetic properties of nanohelices; C.A. Downing et al.- Electrodynamics of graphene/polymer multilayers in the GHz frequency domain; P. Lambin et al.- Quantum Dot Lattice as Nano-Antenna for Collective Spontaneous Emission; S. Mokhlespour  et al.- Wave packet dynamical calculations for carbon nanostructures; G.I. Márk et al.- Carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons for terahertz applications; A. Maffucci et al.- Plasmon modes in extrinsic graphene: ab initio simulations vs semi-classical models;

A. Sindona et al.- Graphene-enhanced metamaterials in THz applications; A. Andryieuski et al.-Phonon-assisted radiofrequency absorption by gold nanoparticles resulting in hyperthermia; A. Postnikov,  K. Moldosanov.- An optical adventure in sexual deception; A. Lakhtakia.- Optical properties of semiconductor colloidal quantum wells; A.  Antanovich et al.- Synthesis of pyrolytic carbon films on dielectric substrates; Y. Svirko et al.- Microwave properties of ultrathin pyrolytic carbon films; T. Kaplas et al.- Conductive and shielding properties of MWCNTs/polymer nanocomposites with aligned filler distribution; L. Yu. Matzui et al.-  Structural, morphological and magnetic properties of nickel-carbon nanocomposites prepared by solid-phase pyrolysis of Ni phthalocyanine; A. Manukyan et al.

Editorial Reviews

"It does provide an excel - lent overview for those keen to enter the field and would, therefore, be an excellent introduction for postgraduate students, as well as being useful for postdoctoral specialists wishing to widen their research expertise." (Muhammad Zubair, Contemporary Physics, Vol. 58 (4), September, 2017)