Igor Semchenko

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In this article, we study spiral particles with optimized design parameters, which can make possible the realization of media with equal dielectric, magnetic, and chiral susceptibilities. Two different spiral structures are investigated: the canonical spiral (which consists of a split loop with two straight-wire sections, orthogonal to the loop plane and(More)
We present a new ultrathin metamaterial that acts as a frequency-selective absorber of terahertz radiation. The absorber is a square array of pairs of omega-shaped micro-resonators made of high-ohmic-loss metal. The metamaterial provides significant suppression of transmitted and reflected radiation in a bidirectional regime (that is, for both forward and(More)
The optimum form of a long helical molecule, which DNA is, has been calculated in terms of the classical electromagnetic theory. Three different methods of classical electrodynamics are used: the theory of dipole radiation of electromagnetic waves, the energetic power approach, and a helical model of molecules of chiral medium. In all three cases, an(More)
This article describes some of the paths through which electromagnetics research of complex media and metamaterials has reached the present active state. In particular, events of a period in 1990’s will be illuminated during which new scientific contacts between Former Soviet Union and the West were established. The series of chiral and bianisotropic(More)
The ability of helix arrays to filter circularly polarized light efficiently when the light propagates parallel to the helical axis has been demonstrated recently. In this Letter, we present a broadband linear-to-circular polarization transformer composed of metal microhelices. The device provides significant transformation performance combined with high(More)
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