Metamaterials have established themselves as one of the most important topics in physics and engineering, and have found practical application across a wide variety of fields including photonics, condensed matter physics, materials science, and biological and medical physics. This modern and self-contained text delivers a pedagogical treatment of the topic, rooted within the fundamental principles of nanophotonics. A detailed and unified description of metamaterials and metasurfaces is developed, beginning with photonic crystals and their underlying electromagnetic properties before introducing plasmonic effects and key metamaterial configurations. Recent developments in research are also presented along with cutting-edge applications in the field. This advanced textbook will be invaluable to students and researchers working in the fields of optics and nanophotonics.

This self-contained book gives fundamental knowledge about scattering and diffraction of electromagnetic waves and fills the gap between general electromagnetic theory courses and collections of engineering formulas. The book is a tutorial for advanced students learning the mathematics and physics of electromagnetic scattering and curious to know how engineering concepts and techniques relate to the foundations of electromagnetics.

This book is about analytical modeling and understanding of material layers, composites, artificial materials and metamaterials. It explains electromagnetic properties of new artificial electromagnetic surfaces and metamaterials, especially size-dependent phenomena in materials, materials with predefined, engineered, and electrically controllable properties, backward-wave or double negative materials and novel prospective devices like, for example, the perfect lens.

This book is about the key elements of the millimeter-wave technology: various millimeter-wave waveguides, waveguide transitions, and devices. The book can serve both as a tutorial presenting the basic theory and the main experimental techniques necessary for the work with millimeter-wave waveguides and millimeter-wave devices, as well as a monograph presenting new developments in this field. Examples show the use of millimeter-wave waveguides in the design of microwave devices and antennas.

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S. Abadal, X. Timoneda, J. Sole-Pareta, E. Alarcon, A. Cabellos-Aparicio,
A. Tasolamprou, O. Tsilipakos, C. Liaskos, M. Kafesaki, E.N. Economou,
C. Soukoulis, A. Pitilakis, N.V. Kantartzis, M.S. Mirmoosa,
F. Liu, and S. Tretyakov, Nanoscale channel modeling in highly integrated
computing packages, in *Nanoscale Networking and Communications Handbook,* edited by John R. Vacca, pp. 127-150, CRC Press,
Taylor and Francis Group, 2020.

V. Asadchy, A. Diaz-Rubio, D.-H. Kwon, and S. Tretyakov, Analytical Modeling of Electromagnetic
Surfaces, in *Surface Electromagnetics, With Applications in Antenna, Microwave, and Optical Engineering,* ed. F. Yang
and Y. Rahmat-Samii, pp. 30-65, Cambridge University Press, 2019.

S. Tretyakov, V. Asadchy, and A. Díaz-Rubio, Metasurfaces for general control of reflection and transmission, in
*World Scientific Handbook
of Metamaterials and Plasmonics, vol. 1: Electromagnetic Metamaterials,*
edited by E. Shamonina, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., 2018, pp. 249-293.

P. Alitalo and S.A. Tretyakov, Experimental characterization of
electromagnetic cloaking devices at microwaves, in *Transformation Electromagnetics and Metamaterials: Fundamental Principles and Applications,* edited by Douglas H. Werner and Do-Hoon Kwon, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2013, pp. 315-347.

F. Bilotti and S. Tretyakov, Amorphous metamaterials and potential nanophotonics applications, in *Amorphous Nanophotonics,* edited by C. Rockstuhl and T. Scharf, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2013, pp. 39-66.

S.A. Tretyakov, Historical
notes on metamaterials, *Metamaterials
Handbook: Theory and
Phenomena of Metamaterials,* Edited by F. Capolino, CRC Press,
Taylor and Francis Group, 2009, Chapter 1.

C.R. Simovski and S.A. Tretyakov, Material parameters and field energy
in reciprocal composite media, *Metamaterials
Handbook: Theory and Phenomena of Metamaterials,* Edited by F.
Capolino, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2009, Chapter 2.

S.A. Tretyakov, Negative refraction and perfect lenses using chiral and
bi-anisotropic materials, *Metamaterials
Handbook: Theory and Phenomena of Metamaterials,* Edited by F.
Capolino, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2009, Chapter 25.

S. Steshenko, F. Capolino,
S.A.
Tretyakov, C.R. Simovski,
Super-resolution and near-field enhancement with layers of resonant
arrays of nanoparticles, *Metamaterials
Handbook: Applications of Metamaterials,* Edited by F.
Capolino, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2009, Chapter 4.

A.B. Yakovlev, O. Luukkonen, C.R.
Simovski, S.A. Tretyakov, S.
Paulotto, P. Baccarelli, G.W. Hanson, Analytical modeling of surface
waves on high impedance surfaces, in Metamaterials and Plasmonics:
Fundamentals, Modelling, Applications. *NATO Science for Peace and Security Series
- B: Physics and Biophysics,* Edited by S. Zouhdi, A. Sihvola,
and A. Vinogradov, Springer, 2009, pp. 239-254.

S. Maslovski, P. Ikonen, I.
Kolmakov, S. Tretyakov, and M. Kaunisto, Artificial magnetic materials
based on the new magnetic particle: Metasolenoid, in *Progress in Electromagnetics Research,*
vol. 54, pp. 61-81, 2005.

S.A.
Tretyakov, I.S. Nefedov, C.R.
Simovski, S.I. Maslovski, Modelling and microwave properties of
artificial materials with negative parameters, in *Advances in
Electromagnetics of Complex Media and Metamaterials, *S. Zouhdi, A.
Sihvola, and M. Arsalane (editors), NATO Series II: Mathematics,
Physics, and Chemistry, Vol. 89, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, pp.
99-122, ISBN 1-4020-1101-6 (HB), 1-4020-1102-4 (PB).

A.J. Viitanen, I.
Hänninen, S.A. Tretyakov, Analytical model
for regular dense arrays of planar dipole scatterers, in *Progress in
Electromagnetics Research,*
vol. 38, pp. 97-110, 2002.

V.V. Yatsenko, S.I.
Maslovski,
S.A. Tretyakov, Electromagnetic
interaction of parallel arrays of dipole scatterers, *Progress in
Electromagnetics Research,* vol. 25, pp. 285-307, 2000.

F. Mariotte, B. Sauviac, S.A.
Tretyakov, Artificial bi-anisotropic
composites, in *Frontiers in Electromagnetics* (ed. by D.H.
Werner
and R. Mittra), IEEE Press, pp. 732-770, 1999, ISBN 0-7803-4701-3.

S.A. Tretyakov, C.R. Simovski,
A.A. Sochava, The relation between
co-and cross-polarizabilities of small conductive bi-anisotropic
particles, Advances in Complex Electromagnetic Materials (Ed. by A.
Priou, A. Sihvola, S. Tretyakov, and A. Vinogradov), *NATO ASI
Series
High Technology, *vol. 28, Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic
Publishers, pp. 271-280, 1997, ISBN 0-7923-4503-7.

A.A. Sochava, C.R. Simovski, S.A.
Tretyakov, Chiral effects and
eigenwaves in bi-anisotropic omega structures, Advances in Complex
Electromagnetic Materials (Ed. by A. Priou, A. Sihvola, S. Tretyakov,
and A. Vinogradov), *NATO ASI Series High Technology,* vol. 28,
Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 85-102, 1997,
ISBN 0-7923-4503-7.

I.V. Semchenko, S.A. Tretyakov,
A.N. Serdyukov, Research on chiral
and bianisotropic media in Byelorussia and Russia in the last ten
years, *Progress
in Electromagnetics Research PIER12,* pp. 335-370, 1996.

S.A. Tretyakov, A.A. Sochava,
Novel uniaxial bianisotropic
materials: reflection and transmission in planar structures, *Progress
in Electromagnetics Research PIER9: Bianisotropic and Bi-isotropic
Media and Applications,* pp. 157-180, 1994.

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