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New book with four chapters coauthored with M.Cassier, O.Mattei, M. Milgrom, and A.Welters
Only $80! Available here: Extending the Theory of Composites to Other Areas of Science
Our work on ideal climbing ropes (also available on ArXiv ) made it to the front cover of climbing magazine . Direct link here . A once in a lifetime achievement!
See also the news release of Lee Siegel
See the news release by Paul Gabrielsen describing our work on analytic materials, New math tools for new materials , and the accompanying paper also available on ArXiv
See below some of the many articles related to our work on cloaking. It could be that our 2006 paper On the cloaking effects associated with anomalous localized resonance (submitted in October 2005) was the first to introduce the word "cloaking" into the scientific literature, outside computer science. With 12,815 downloads our paper Quasistatic cloaking of two-dimensional polarizable discrete systems by anomalous resonance was the most downloaded paper in 2007 amongst all 12 journals of the Optical Society of America.
See the articles below related to pentamode materials a new type of material that we devised in the 1995 paper Which Elasticity Tensors are Realizable? also available here
Vita updated in September 2016
40 Most Significant Papers
Summary of Some Major Accomplishments
Translation, thanks to my Russian friends, of Dolin's 1961 Paper, that marks the birth of Transformation Optics
To the possibility of comparison of three-dimensional electromagnetic systems with nonuniform anisotropic filling