Technical Program

313: Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nanowires

Session Type: Oral
Time: Wednesday, July 9, 08:00 - 12:00
Location: L12
Session Chair: Douglas Werner, Pennsylvania State University
 
313.1: MULTISCALE AND MULTIPHYSICS GRAPHENE SHEET – MAGNETIC NANOWIRE GYROTROPIC METAMATERIAL
         Nima Chamanara; Poly-Grames Research Center, Canada
         Christophe Caloz; Poly-Grames Research Center, Canada
 
313.2: CLOAKING OF DIELECTRIC AND METALLIC ELLIPTICAL CYLINDERS WITH A NANOSTRUCTURED GRAPHENE METASURFACE
         Hossein M. Bernety; The University of Mississippi, United States
         Alexander B. Yakovlev; The University of Mississippi, United States
 
313.3: EVEN AND ODD MODES IN COUPLED GRAPHENE NANORIBBONS
         Rodolfo Araneo; University of Rome, Italy
         Paolo Burghignoli; University of Rome, Italy
         Giampiero Lovat; University of Rome, Italy
         Salvatore Celozzi; University of Rome, Italy
 
313.4: DESIGN OF A GRAPHENE LOADED SLOT ANTENNA WITH 100:1 BANDWIDTH FOR WIRELESS SENSOR APPLICATIONS
         Krishna Naishadham; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
 
313.5: SURFACE PLASMONS IN GRAPHENE CYLINDRICAL WAVEGUIDES
         Diego Correas-Serrano; Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain
         Juan Sebastian Gomez-Diaz; École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Spain
         Alejandro Alvarez-Melcon; Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain
 
313.6: LASER INDUCED CARBON NANO-STRUCTURES FOR PLANAR ANTENNA FABRICATION AT MICROWAVE FREQUENCIES
         David V. Thiel; Griffith University, Australia
         Qin Li; Griffith University, Australia
         Xiangping Li; Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
         Min Gu; Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
 
313.7: AN INVESTIGATION ON THE TUNING OF A MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING CARBON NANOTUBE THIN FILMS
         Krishna Naishadham; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
 
313.8: HIGH-EFFICIENCY PHOTOCONDUCTIVE TERAHERTZ ANTENNAS BASED ON HIGH-ASPECT RATIO PLASMONIC ELECTRODES
         Shang-Hua Yang; University of Michigan, United States
         Mohammed Reza Hashemi; University of Michigan, United States
         Christopher Berry; University of Michigan, United States
         Mona Jarrahi; University of California, Los Angeles, United States
 
313.9: SCALING THE RESPONSE OF NANOCRESCENT ANTENNAS INTO THE ULTRAVIOLET
         Miguel Rodriguez; University of Utah, United States
         Cynthia Furse; University of Utah, United States
         Steve Blair; University of Utah, United States
         Jennifer Shumaker-Parry; University of Utah, United States
 
313.10: A FAST SEMI-ANALYTICAL SIMULATION OF NANOWIRE ARRAYS BASED ON TRANSMISSION LINES THEORY
         Omar Al-Zobui; University of Arkansas, United States
         Mohammad Khorrami; University of Arkansas, United States
         Hameed Naseem; University of Arkansas, United States
 
313.11: DESIGN OF TUNABLE GRAPHENE-BASED ANTENNA ARRAYS FOR MICROWAVE APPLICATIONS
         Massimo Donelli; ELEDIA Research Center@DISI, University of Trento, Italy
         Giacomo Oliveri; ELEDIA Research Center@DISI, University of Trento, Italy