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Master of Science in Applied Physical Science (M.S.)
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Nanostructured materials are one of the leading areas in photonics currently. These structures offer almost limitless possibilities in the manipulation of light. Using two different semi-analytical simulation methods, I show a few of the possible properties that these nanostructures possess, including polarization rotation and coupling with electronics.
LePain, Matthew S., "Designer Metasurfaces for On Demand Optical Responses" (2017). Electronic Theses & Dissertations. 1558.
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