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High Frequency Superconductivity, Microscopy, Quantum Physics, and Chaos
Prof. Anlage and his daughter on Mt.Kilimanjaro, June, 2018

 

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Explore our research activities in condensed matter physics and nonlinear dynamics.

Press Release about our work on the electrodynamics of UTe2

Press Release on our Nature Communications paper on Coherent Perfect Absorption

Press Release on our Phys. Rev. Research paper on creating an Electromagnetic Cone of Silence     This follows earlier work from the 1960's

We have proposed a complex version of time delay in lossy scattering systems

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Congratualtions to our newest Ph.D. graduates!   

2021: Ben Frazier

2022: Shukai Ma, Cougar Garcia, Bo Xiao, Lei Chen

Recently published Perspective article on Photonic Topological Insulators in Applied Physics Letters: Microwave Applications of Photonic Topological Insulators

Recently Published:, Wavefront Shaping with a Tunable Metasurface: Creating Coldspots and Coherent Perfect Absorption at Arbitrary Frequencies
Superconductivity
Fundamental Electrodynamics of Superconductors
Negative Index of Refraction Metamaterials
Fluctuations and Phase Transitions
Laser Scanning Microscopy of Superconducting Microwave Devices
Microwave Microscopy
Introduction
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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