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Metamaterial and Plasmonic Devices M. Nardone, “Un Materiale Mai Visto per Superscarpe e Robot Soffici,” Ansa, February 21, 2017. T. Wogan, “Blocking the Symmetry of Motion,” Physics World, Feb. 15, 2017. Innovative Nonreciprocal Mechanical Metamaterials Could Add Value to Newer Mechanical Devices,” AZO Materials, February 14, 2017. Nature podcast, February 15, 2017. S. Zaragoza, “New Mechanical Metamaterials Can Block Symmetry of Motion, Findings Suggest,” UT Austin Press Release, Feb. 13, 2017. Also on phys,org, Space Daily, Science Daily. Andrea Alú awarded the ICO Prize 2016,” SPIE News, January 30, 2017. “Andrea Alù to present Kavli Foundation Early Career Lectureship in Materials Science,” MRS Bulletin, Vol. 41, pp. 814- 815, November 2016. D. Johnson, “Nanoantenna Changes Direction of Light and the Prospects of Optical Computing,” IEEE Spectrum, Nov. 18, 2016. SPIE Newsroom video NSF Wants Engineering Researchers to Bend Rules (of Classical Physics),” NSF Press Release No. 16-093, August 15, 2016. S. Zaragoza, “Engineers Receive $22.8 Million from DOD for Cross-Disciplinary Projects,” UT Austin Press Release, July 18, 2016. K. Wright, “Bang a Gong,” Physics, June 2, 2016. J. L. Miller, “A Nonreciprocal Antenna Speaks Without Listening,” Physics Today, Vol. 69, No. 5, pp. 14-15, May 1, 2016. R. Christensen, “UT Researchers Patent New Cloaking Technology,” Fox7, April 1, 2016. (video) T. Wogan, “New Radio Antenna Avoids Unwanted Signals,” Physics World, March 29, 2016. J. L. Miller, “An Antenna that Speaks Without Listening,” Physics Today, March 31, 2016. M. Nardone, “Arriva Una Super Antenna per le Reti Wireless,” ANSA, March 30, 2016. R. Retiwala, “UT Professor Develops New Antenna Design,” The Daily Texan, March 30, 2016. M. Toohey, “UT Team Hopes Research Can Enhance Radio Antennae Performance,” Austin American Statesman, March 21, 2016. R. Chirgwin, “Better Mobe Antennas a Stretch Goal for Radiocomm Boffins,” The Register, March 15, 2016.  S. Zaragoza, “UT Austin Engineers Design Next-Generation Non-Reciprocal Antenna,” ErukAlert, March 14, 2016. L. Fleet, “Double Up,Nature Physics 12, 111 (2016). P. Wiserman, “Two Texas Engineers Receive 2016 TAMEST Awards,” TAMEST Press Release, December 8, 2015. K. Nutt, “TAMEST Announces Recipients of the 2016 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Awards and Celebrates the Awards' 10th Anniversary,” TAMEST Press Release, December 8, 2015. Featured Engineer: Andrea Alù”, EE Web, October 27, 2015. J. Edwards, “Four Research Projects That Could Double Wireless Bandwidth,” Network World, September 2, 2015. R. Nappi, “Ad Austin mi hanno dato fiducia. E sono stato ‘premiato’ con un milione di dollari,” Il Fatto Quotidiano, August 22, 2015. I Mazzitelli, “Le Eccellenze del Nostro Paese,” Vanity Fair, May 13, 2015. G. Colletti, “Un Milione di Dollari alla Ricerca, Ricercatore Italiano Vince Premio Waterman,” La Repubblica, April 24, 2015. A. Price, “UT Scientist, 36, Wins $1M National Research Award,” Austin Statesman, April 17, 2015. Patrick Wiseman, “UT Austin Engineer Wins $1 Million National Science Foundation Award,” UT Austin website, April 17, 2015. Also CSE, ECE press releases. Robert Margetta, “The National Science Foundation names engineering researcher Andrea Alú its Alan T. Waterman awardee for 2015,” NSF website, April 17, 2015. M. Morello, “Smartphone, così raddoppierà la velocità della connessione dati,” Panorama, November 30, 2014. T. Simonite, “Simple Circuit Could Double Cell Phone Data Speeds,” MIT Technology Review, November 24, 2014. L. Luca, “Mantelli invisibili, medicina e missioni spaziali: a Houston il "festival" dei ricercatori italiani all'estero,” La Repubblica, November 16, 2014. M. Byrne, “This Tiny Device Could Free Up Crowded Cell Networks,” Motherboard, November 14, 2014. M. Nardone, “Addio Telefonate Interrotte, Con Una Nuova Tecnologia,” Ansa.it, November 10, 2014. Also on La Repubblica, Il Corriere della Sera. S. Zaragoza, “Lighter, Cheaper Radio Wave Device Could Transform Telecommunications,” UT Austin Press Release, Phys.org, November 10, 2014. Andrea Alù on UT Austin Game Changers, ESPN Longhorn Network, November 2, 2014. A. Sihvola, “Device physics: Power inequality,” Nature Physics, in press.S. Wills, “A Meta-Mirror for Nonlinear Optics,” Optics and Photonics News, Vol. 25, No. 9, p. 11, September 2014. C. Jones, “Engineering researchers build nonlinear mirror,” Daily Texan, July 14, 2014. J. Wallace, “Nonlinear thin-film optical mirror frequency-doubles low-power light reflected from it,” Laser Physics World, July 3, 2014. S. Zaragoza, “Researchers Invent ‘Meta Mirror’ to Help Advance Nonlinear Optical Systems”, UT Austin Press Release, July 2, 2014. Highly non-linear metamaterials for laser technology - a million times better”, Nanowerk.com, July 2, 2014 C. Q. Choi, “A One-Way Street for Sound,” Scientific American, Vol. 310, No. 4, p. 31, April 1, 2014. M. Largey, “Creating a One-Way Mirror for Sound,” Radio Interview on KUT News, Aired nationally on the NPR program ‘Here & Now’, February 28, 2014. C. Winter, “One-Way Sound Transmission,” Bloomberg Businessweek, February 20, 2014. Longhorn Extra: Campus Minute, February 6, 2014. A. Hamze, “New device offers engineering breakthrough,” The Daily Texan, February 5, 2014. A. Wood, “World first acoustic circulator puts sound on a one-way street,” Gizmag, February 5, 2014. A. Dangelis, “Device Lets You Hear Without Being Heard,” Discovery News, February 5, 2014. M. Passarello, “La macchina per il suono «a senso unico»,” Il Sole 24 Ore, February 5, 2014. V. Woollaston, “The Audio invisibility cloak: One-way sound device could let spies listen in on people without being heard,” Daily Mail, February 2, 2014. Da Invisible a Inaudibile,” La Repubblica, January 31, 2014. T. Commissariat, “Sound follows one direction,” Physics World, January 31, 2014. T. Ghose, “Spies, Take Note: Scientists Create One-Way Sound Machine,” NBC News, Live Science, January 30, 2014. B. Ferreria, “To Eliminate Feedback, Engineers Invented the Acoustic Equivalent of One-Way Glass,” Motherboard, January 31, 2014. S. Zaragoza, “Engineers Build First Nonreciprocal Acoustic Circulator: A One-Way Sound Device,”  UT Austin Press Release, Phys.org, Science Daily, January 30, 2014 S. Cummer, “Selecting the Direction of Sound Transmission,” Science, Vol. 343, No. 6170, pp. 495-496, January 31, 2014. R. Suba, “Harry Potter's invisibility cloak can do analog computing, claim researchers,” Tech Times, January 18, 2014. J. Hecht, “Analog Computing with Metamaterials,” Laser Focus World, January 12, 2014. P. Beart, “'Invisibility' Materials Could Perform Calculations As Well,” French Tribune, January 11, 2014. A. Sihvola, “Enabling Optical Analog Computing with Metamaterials,Science, Vol. 343, No. 6167, pp. 144-145, January 10, 2014. “Researchers Lay Out Theory for Metamaterials that Act as an Analog Computer,” UT Austin Press Release, Phys.org, Nanowerk, AzoNano. J. Aoron, “First Light-Bending Calculator Designed with Metamaterials,New Scientist, January 10, 2014. J. Emspak, “'Invisibility' Materials Could Do Computer's Work,” Live Science, January 10, 2014. Computer analogici: dai materiali dei mantelli dell'invisibilità una tecnologia per elaborare la luce,” La Repubblica, January 10, 2014. Dai mantelli dell'invisibilità i nuovi computer,” ANSA, January 10, 2014. D. Pile, “Magnets not needed,” Nature Photonics, Vol. 7, No. 11, pp. 848-849, Nov. 2013. "Washington: The Optical Society Announces 17 Award Recipients for 2013," Laser Focus World, March 18, 2013. J. Baxter, “Twisted layers,” Nature Photonics, Vol. 6, No. 8, p. 500, August 2012. R. Boland, “Materially Altering Technology,” Signal Magazine, Sept. 2011. "URSI Awards 2011 announced," Radio Science Bulletin, Vol. 337, cover page and p. 63, June 2011. M. Lachance, “Award-Winning Metamaterials Research to Shape Future Air Force Systems,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research News, May 9, 2011. AFOSR announces the 2010 YIP awards. J. Stein Diamond "Discovering Scientific Gold in Metamaterials," Penn Engineering Alumni Magazine, Fall 2005. Cloaking and Invisibility A. Khwaja, “UT Researchers Study the Possibilities of Invisibility,” Daily Texan, September 7, 2016. S. Wills, “Probing the Limits of Cloaking,” Optics and Photonics News, Vol. 27, No. 9, p. 9, Sep. 1, 2016. H. M. Lawrenz, “Invisibility Cloaks: Fact or Fiction?,” BioTechniques, August 16, 2016. A. Nowogrodzki, “Now You See Me: True Invisibility Cloak Impossible to Build,” New Scientist, July 29, 2016. S. Wills, “Probing the Limits of Broadband Cloaking,” Optics and Photonics News, July 6, 2016. J. Amatulli, “We Probably Won’t Have Human Invisibility Cloaks, Because Physics,” Huffington Post, July 6, 2016. M. Byrne, “You Will Never Be Invisible,” Motherboard, July 6, 2016. F. MacDonald, “The Laws of Physics Make a Human Invisibility Cloak Pretty Much Impossible,” Science Alert, Business Insider, July 6, 2016. S. Zaragoza, “Researchers Determine Fundamental Limits of Invisibility Cloaks,” UT Austin Press Release, July 5, 2016. S. R. Lentz, “The Case of the Invisibility Cloak,” Tumble Science Podcast, June 17, 2016. Coating Cancels Acoustic Scattering from Odd-Shaped Objects,” AIP News, October 27, 2015. R. Margetta, “Now You See It...,” NSF Discovery, August 18, 2015. A. Indiano, “C’è Ma Non Si Vede,” Focus, June 20, 2015. Active Cloak is the Most Broadband to Date,” Photonics Spectra, March 2014. J. Hanson, “The Invisible Man,” The Alcade, March 1, 2014. T. Wogan, “Heat Cloaks Hide Objects in 3D,” Physics World, February 7, 2014. E. Schechter, “How Far Away Are Active Invisibility Cloaks?,” Popular Mechanics, February 7, 2014. V. Meewes, S. Thurmond, “Bright Ideas,” Austin Monthly, January 2014. “Engineering a 3D Invisibility Cloak,” NSF Highlights, December 24, 2013. S. Zaragoza, “Researchers Design First Battery-Powered Invisibility Cloak,” UT Austin Press Release, Phys.org, December 19, 2013. P. Beart, “Researchers Design First Battery-Powered Invisibility Cloaking Device,” French Tribune, December 19, 2013. R. Lakich, “Harry Potter Fans Get Ready: UT Researchers May Have Designed the Cloak of Invisibility,” Culture Map Austin, December 19, 2013. R. Marcarelli, “First Battery-Powered 'Invisibility Cloak' Provides Broadband Protection,” Headline and Global News, December 19, 2013. K. Jones, “5 of the Most Interesting Scientific Discoveries Coming Out of Texas in 2013,” Texas Monthly, December 11, 2013. S. Afzal, “New 'Active' Invisibility Cloak Shields Across Light Frequencies,” Mashable, December 5, 2013. E. Coyne, “UT researcher continues to break ground on the possibility of invisibility,” The Horn, November 15, 2013. C. Moore, “UT Austin Scientists Transitioning Invisibility Cloaking Technology From Science Fiction To Reality,” Bio News Texas, November 12, 2013. M. Thompson, "Disappearing Act," Time Magazine, November 19, 2013. B. Terris, "We're Getting Really Close to Making a Superpower Reality," National Journal, November 19, 2013. B. Dodson, "Oops! Invisibility cloaks actually make objects easier to see," Gizmag, November 13, 2013. J. Morgan, “New 'invisibility cloak' type designed,” BBC News, November 11, 2013. I. Randall, “Do cloaked objects shine brightly?,” Physics World, November 7, 2013. C. Q. Choi, "Hey wizards! Those invisibility cloaks make you even more visible," NBC News, November 7, 2013. N. Stoll, "Now you see it ... UT develops 'cloak of invisibility'," KXAN NBC, April 12, 2013. Y. Wang, "Scientists Invent Harry Potter’s Invisibility Cloak—Sort Of," Time Magazine, March 31, 2013. T. Wogan, 'Ultrathin 'metascreen' forms latest invisibility cloak,' Physics World, March 29, 2013. "Invisibility Cloak? Wrong. You Need Invisibility Fishnets," Slate video, March 28, 2013. J. Koebler, "Scientists Develop 'Invisibility Cloak'—With a Catch," U.S. News, March 27, 2013. A. Dangelis, "Invisibility Screen Closer to Harry Potter Cloak," Discovery News, March 27, 2013. C. Moskowitz, "Harry Potter-like invisibility cloak works (in a lab)," Fox News, March 27, 2013. "Metascreen' Forms Ultra-Thin Invisibility Cloak," Science Daily, March 27, 2013. B. Brumfield, "Scientists come a step closer to invisibility cloak," CNN, March 27, 2013. [Selected in the Top science stories of 2013] A. Johnson, "Physicists make breakthrough on 'invisibility cloak'," CTV News, March 27, 2013. "Il nuovo mantello dell'invisibilità," ANSA, March 26, 2013. "È di un italiano il mantello dell’invisibilità," Il Secolo XIX, March 27, 2013. T. Kemsley, "Harry Potter Cloak One Step Closer to Reality, Thanks to Texas Researchers," Nature World News, March 27, 2013. C. Griffin, "Flexible, Ultra-thin Invisibility Cloak Now Exists: Harry Potter Fans Rejoice," Science World Report, March 27, 2013. A. Boyle, "This invisibility cloak is thinner than anything in Harry Potter's closet," NBC News, March 26, 2013. "Invisibility cloaks are almost a reality after scientists invent ultra-thin material that hides objects from microwaves," Daily Mail, March 26, 2013. Andrea Alù at TEDx Austin, "On the Quest to Invisibility: Metamaterials and Cloaking", February 19, 2013. (TED website) S. Cunningham, “Introducing Cloaking,” Youtube, April 24, 2012. J. Palmer, “Metamaterial cloaking approach goes 3D,” Laser Focus World, March 2, 2012. "Scientists create first free-standing 3-D cloak," PhysOrg, IoP News, Kurzweil, Jan. 26, 2012. K. Drummond, “Invisibility’s Next Frontier: Scientists Cloak 3-D Objects,” Wired News, Jan. 26, 2012. J. Palmer, “'Cloaking' a 3-D Object from All Angles Demonstrated,” BBC News, Jan. 26, 2012. (most shared and most read story of the day). B. Yirka, "Researchers create first 3D invisibility cloak," PhysOrg.com, Aug. 11, 2011. J. Cartwright, "3D cloak is first to work in free space," Physics World, Aug. 8, 2011. D. Johnson, “Graphene Enables Invisibility Cloak,” IEEE Spectrum Nanoclast, July 7, 2011. M. Berger, “A single layer of graphene is the thinnest possible invisibility cloak,” Nanowerk, June 30, 2011. F. J. Garcia de Abajo, "Seeing without being seen," Physics, Vol. 2, No. 47, June 8, 2009. L Senders, "Cloaked Eye Still Sees," Science News, April 15, 2009. A. Jenkins, "Optical cloaking: A many-layered solution," Nature Photonics, Vol. 2, p. 270, May 2008. Shopping for cloaks,” Nature Materials, Vol. 6, p. 325, May 2007. P. Ball, “Engineers devise invisibility shield,” Nature, Feb. 28, 2005. S. Coyaud, "Uno Schermo di Tipo 'Gheminga'," Il Volo delle Oche, Radio 24, March 9, 2005: a radio interview on our work (rm, in Italian) J. Hogan, "Ripples of Light Might Make You Invisible," New Scientist, March 5, 2005 "Eat your cloak out, Harry Potter," The Guardian, March 3, 2005 R. Highfield, "Not seeing is believing for invisibility cloak," The Daily Telegraph, March 1, 2005. R. R. Britt, “New theory: how to make objects invisible,” LiveScience, Feb. 28, 2005. J. Owen, “Invisibility shields planned by engineers,” National Geographic, Feb. 28, 2005. R. R. Britt, "Now you see it, now you don't," MSNBC, Febuary 28, 2005. Optical Nanocircuits and Nanoantennas L. Zyga, "Meta-Transmitarray Offers Unprecedented Control of Light on Subwavelength Scales," Phys.org, May 30, 2013. K. Tsakmakidis, “Optical nanocircuits,” Nature Materials, Vol. 12, p. 178, Feb. 20, 2013 P. Nordlander, “The Dark Side of the Ring,” Nature Nanotechnology, Vol. 8, pp. 76-77, Jan. 27, 2013. M. L. Brongersma, "Plasmonics: Engineering optical nanoantennas," Nature Photonics, Vol. 2, p. 270-272, May 2008. P. Schewe, and B. Stein, "Circuit elements for optical frequencies," Physics News Update, AIP Bulletin of Physics News, No. 737-1, July 14, 2005. P. Schewe, and B. Stein, "Two-Dimensional Light," Physics News Update, AIP Bulletin of Physics News, No. 770-1, March 23, 2006. J. Tyrrell, "Simulations shine light on optical wire," IOP Optics.org, November 19, 2007. G. Lester, "A Beam of Light on a Path of Gold to a Miniaturized World: Penn Theorists to Create Optical Circuit Elements," University of Pennsylvania Office of University Communications Press Release, September 27, 2005. "Penn Theorists to Create Optical Circuit Elements," Science Daily, Sept. 27, 2005. "A Beam of Light on a Path of Gold to a Miniaturized World: Penn Theorists to Create Optical Circuit Elements," Nanotechnology Now, September 28, 2005. "Electronics Run Using Light Instead of Electricity," Azonano, September 28, 2005.
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