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High Frequency Superconductivity, Microscopy, Nanophysics, and Chaos
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Explore our research activities in condensed matter physics and nonlinear dynamics.

Anlage seminar and colloquium at U. Crete, Greece

New grants: DoD/ONR/DURIP, Development of a Scaled Electromagnetic Test Setup, $1.1M. DoE/High Energy Physics, Investigation of Microscopic Materials Limitations of Superconducting RF Cavities, $0.36M. NSF/DMR, A Novel Gap Spectroscopy Tool and Discovery of New Nodal Superconductors, $0.36M.

Recently issued: US Patent 8,624,605 Apparatus and method to distinguish nominally identical objects through wave fingerprints

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Former post-doc Cihan Kurter is starting as an Assistant Professor in the Physics department at the Missouri Univeristy of Science and Technology this Fall

Recently published in Phys. Rev. X: Realization and Modeling of Metamaterials Made of rf Superconducting Quantum-Interference Devices

Recently Published in Phys. Rev. B (RC): Plasmonic Scaling of Superconducting Metamaterials

Recently Published:

Nonlinear Electromagnetic Time Reversal in an Open Semireverberant System

Fundamental Electrodynamics of Superconductors
Negative Index of Refraction Metamaterials
Fluctuations and Phase Transitions
Laser Scanning Microscopy of Superconducting Microwave Devices
Microwave Microscopy
Nonlinear Properties of Superconductors
nm-Resolution Microwave Microscopes
Local Linear and Nonlinear Dielectric Microscopy
Electromagnetic Field Imaging
Chaos Nanophysics
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Experimental Quantum Chaos
Chaos in Nonlinear Circuits
Time-Reversed Wave Propagation

Carbon Nanotube and Graphene Electrodynamics

Introduction to Microwave Measurements
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