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High Frequency Superconductivity, Microscopy, Nanophysics, and Chaos
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Prof. Anlage has been named a University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Teacher for 2016-2017

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

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Prof. Anlage is co-organizing a Conference on Quantum Metamaterials on the island of Spetses in Greece

Prof. Anlage advises Gemstone team TESLA - a group of undergraduate researchers exploring the use of time-reversal techniques as a new wireless power transfer technology.  Thesis conference video.  The team won the BEST PAPER award at the 2016 IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference in Portugal!

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

Prof. Anlage is vice-chair of the IEEE MTT-18 Committee on Superconductivity

New work on Photonic Toplogical Insulators in collaboration with G. Shvets:

Experimental Realization of a Reflections-Free Compact Delay Line Based on a Photonic Topological Insulator

Recently Published in Phys. Rev. X: Tunable Broadband Transparency of Macroscopic Quantum Superconducting Metamaterials.

Press Release: New Material Becomes Invisible to Microwave Radiation with the Flip of a Switch

A new paper on making waves appear at an arbitrary location by exploiting time-reversal symmetry:

Focusing Waves at an Arbitary Location in a Ray-Chaotic Enclosure Using Time-Reversed Synthetic Sonas

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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