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  • Experimental physics in Wave Propagation in Complex Media
  • Light-Matter Interaction
  • Multiple Scattering, Anderson Localization
  • Nonlinear and Active Random Media
  • Random Lasers
  • Nonlinear Scattering
  • Instabilities
  • Speckle Statistics
  • Optical Singularities
  • Optics
  • Acoustics
  • Microwaves

 

 

Wave propagation in disordered media is a field of research with both fundamental important topics as well as a large range of applications related to imaging through opaque media, an important issue in medical imaging.
                                                              Metamaterials with Flexural Waves METAMATERIALS WITH FLEXURAL WAVES By replacing atoms with man-made elementary structures, new artificial materials may provide novel functionalities. These so-called metamaterials may bend waves in an unusual manner (“negative refraction”), hide objects (“cloaking”), focus light below the diffraction limit

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