Michael R Haberman, The University of Texas at Austin
Gal Shmuel, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
In recent years, the field of metamaterials-engineered composites whose properties surpass the properties of their constituents-has branched in a multitude of exciting new directions. These include topological, spatiotemporally-modulated, active, multiphysics, and bianisotropic metamaterials as well as combinations of these materials. This symposium seeks contributions to the state of the art in this field, including analytical and computational modeling methods, homogenization theories, experimental validations, and engineering applications.