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Hossein MosallaeiMetamaterials Laboratory at Northeastern University enables comprehensive solutions for Maxwells and Schrodingers equations, exploits fundamental physics, and creates transformational electromagnetic and optical systems. The goal is to achieve state-of-the-art mathematical models and computational techniques to innovatively solve and characterize novel phenomena in metamaterials platforms. The emphasis is on nanoelectromagnetics, metamaterials and metasurfaces, photonics and plasmonics, heterogeneous structures, hybrid nanomaterials and quantum systems.

June 2017: Our article on Graphene-based near-field optical microscopy has been chosen as the spotlight on optics

April 2017: Our article "All-dielectric C-shaped nanoantennas for light manipulation: tailoring both magnetic and electric resonances to the desire" accepted for publication in advanced optical materials.

April 2017: Our paper "Metafabrics for thermoregulation and energy-harvesting applications" published in ACS Photonics.

April 2017: Our paper "Shared aperture antenna for simultaneous two-dimensional beam steering at near-infrared and visible" published in Journal of Nanophotonics.

January 2017: Our paper, "Tunable two dimensional optical beam steering with reconfigurable indium tin oxide plasmonic reflectarray metasurface" is selected as 2016 Highlights in Journal of Optics.

January 2017: Our paper, "A shared aperture antenna for simultaneous two dimensional beam steering at near infrared and visible" accepted for publication in Journal of Nanophotonics.

December 2016: Our paper, "Electromagnetic scattering from bi-periodic fabric structures" accepted for publication in PIER B.

December 2016: Our paper, "Model order reduction of large-scale metasurfaces using a hierarchical dipole approximation" published in ACS Photonics.

December 2016: Our paper, "All-dielectric ultrathin conformal metasurfaces: lensing and cloaking applications at 532 nm wavelength" published in Scientific Report.

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