Cloaking via anomalous localized resonance for doubly complementary media in the quasistatic regime

@article{Nguyen2014CloakingVA,
  title={Cloaking via anomalous localized resonance for doubly complementary media in the quasistatic regime},
  author={Hoai-Minh Nguyen},
  journal={Journal of the European Mathematical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={1327-1365}
}
  • Hoai-Minh Nguyen
  • Published 30 July 2014
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of the European Mathematical Society
This paper is devoted to the study of cloaking via anomalous localized resonance (CALR) in the two- and three-dimensional quasistatic regimes. CALR associated with negative index materials was discovered by Milton and Nicorovici [21] for constant plasmonic structures in the two- dimensional quasistatic regime. Two key features of this phenomenon are the localized resonance, i.e., the fields blow up in some regions and remain bounded in some others, and the connection between the localized… 

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