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

Prof. Anlage is co-organizing a Workshop on High Frequency Scanning Probe Microscopy at NIST/Boulder in December 2019

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We won the University of Maryland 2016-17 Invention of the Year Award for our work on wireless power transfer!   See the article in Terp magazine!

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

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Ph.D. Student Min Zhou wins Best Student Paper Award at AMEREM2018

Recently published work on the "hidden life" of rf SQUID metamaterials:

Imaging collective behavior in an rf-SQUID metamaterial tuned by DC and RF magnetic fields

Recently published work on Photonic Topological Insulators in Phys. Rev. B (Editor's Suggestion): Topologically Protected Photonic Modes in Composite Quantum Hall/Quantum Spin Hall Waveguides

Recently Published:, Time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau Treatment of RF Magnetic Vortices in Superconductors: Vortex-Semiloops in a Spatially Nonuniform Magnetic Field
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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