I. Electrodynamics of Carbon-based Nano-structures: Concepts, Problems and Applications
II. Graphene nanoelectromagnetism: from radio-frequency to mid-infrared
III. Nonlinear Electromagnetic Phenomena in Carbon-Based Nanostructures at the Interaction with Radiation Fields
IV. Optical limiting and nonlinear light scattering in nanodiamonds
V. Interband transitions in narrow-gap carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons
VI. Optical properties of novel 2D materials: graphene, MoS2, hBN and black phosphorus
VII. Guided and radiated electromagnetic propagation from carbon-based nano-interconnects and nano-antennas
VIII. Graphite on epsilon-near-zero metamaterial as an ideal electromagnetic absorber
IX. Electromagnetic properties of epoxy composites including 3d,2d,1d nanocarbons
X. Electromagnetics of carbon: nano vs micro
XI. Electromagnetic Modeling and EMC Performances of Graphene-Based Micro/Nano Structures”
Carbon-Based Nanoelectromagnetics provides detailed insights into the electromagnetic interactions of carbon-based nanostructured materials such as graphene and carbon nanotubes. Chapters within the book offer a comprehensive overview on this discipline, starting with an introduction to the field-matter interaction, its features, and finally, its applications in microwave, THz and optical frequency ranges. Electromagnetics at the nanoscale level has become a major research area in recent years as the synthesis of a variety of carbon-based nanostructures has progressed dramatically, thus opening the era of nanoelectronics and nanophotonics.
To meet the challenges of these new fields, a thorough knowledge is required of the peculiar properties of the electromagnetic field. The novel behavior of the electromagnetic fields interacting with nano-sized elements and nano-structured has motivated the birth of this new research discipline, ‘Nanoelectromagnetics’.
- Presents a one-stop resource that explores the emerging field of nanoelectromagnetics
- Focuses on modeling, simulation, analysis, design and characterization, with an emphasis on applications of nanoelectromagnetics
- Explores the optical properties and applications of a range of carbon-based nanomaterials
Materials scientists and electrical engineers interested in nanoelectromagnetics
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- © Elsevier 2019
- 1st June 2019
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Antonio Maffucci is Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio. Since 2014, he has also been associated to the INFN, Frascati National Laboratories. His research focuses on issues of electromagnetic and circuit modeling, computational electromagnetics, electromagnetic compatibility, nanotechnology. He is the author of 160 international publications, 3 reviews, 1 book, 7 book chapters and 4 receiverships.
University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Cassino, Italy
Sergey Maksimenko is Institute for Nuclear Problems, Belarus State University, Minsk, Belarus. His main research focuses are on the electromagnetic properties of carbon nanotubes and nanotube-based arrays, thelectromagnetics of quantum dots and excitonic composites and the design and development of nano-carbon based electromagnetic materials for terahertz and microwave applications.
Belarus State University, Minsk, Belarus
Yuri P. Svirko is Professor at the Institute of Photonics, University of Eastern Finland, His research interests concern interaction of laser radiation with nanostructures, plasmonics and metamaterials. Prof Svirko is a co-author of about 130 publications in peer-reviewed journals and three research monographs.
University of Eastern Finland