#### Filter Results:

#### Publication Year

2002

2015

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Key Phrase

#### Publication Venue

Learn More

- Wenshan Cai, Uday K Chettiar, Alexander V Kildishev, Vladimir M Shalaev, Graeme W Milton
- 2007

In an electromagnetic cloak based on a transformation approach, reduced sets of material properties are generally favored due to their easier implementation in reality, although a seemingly inevitable drawback of undesired scattering exists in such cloaks. Here, the authors suggest the use of high-order transformations to create smooth moduli at the outer… (More)

The electromagnetic analog of an elastic spring-mass network is constructed. These electromagnetic circuits offer the promise of manipulating electromagnetic fields in new ways, and linear electrical circuits correspond to a subclass of them. They consist of thin triangular magnetic components joined at the edges by cylindrical dielectric components. (There… (More)

Using the translation method of Tartar, Murat, Lurie, and Cherkaev bounds are derived on the volume occupied by an inclusion in a three-dimensional conducting body. They assume electrical impedance tomography measurements have been made for three sets of pairs of current flux and voltage measurements around the boundary. Additionally the conductivity of the… (More)

Suppose that a composite is constructed from two phases and that we propagate an electromagnetic signal through it. The velocity of the signal in the composite depends on the microstructure. What microstructures are associated with the maximum and minimum speeds of the electromagnetic signal? Here we show that the group velocity of a pulse can be higher in… (More)

The size estimation problem in electrical impedance tomography is considered when the conductivity is a complex number and the body is two-dimensional. Upper and lower bounds on the volume fraction of the unknown inclusion embedded in the body are derived in terms of two pairs of voltage and current data measured on the boundary of the body. These bounds… (More)