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Tunable Metamaterial

Technology Metamaterial comprising a plurality of resonators disposed on a substrate, the substrate comprising a dielectric support layer and a relatively thin semiconductor layer, having a Schottky junction between at least one conducting resonator and the semiconductor layer. The properties of the resonator may be adjusted by modifying the physical extent of a depletion region associated with the Schottky junction.

Intellectual Property US Patent No.: 8,130,031

Inventor David R. Smith, Ph.D. James B. Duke Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Duke University

Duke File (IDF) Number

T-003202

Inventor(s)

  • Nguyen, Vinh
  • Jokerst, Nan Marie
  • Kim, Jungsang
  • Smith, David
  • Tyler, Talmage
  • Yonak, Serder

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Pratt School of Engineering

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