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Defining a Mapped Dielectric Distribution of a Metamaterial Lens (Wave Optics)

Application ID: 14689


In this example, the properties of an engineered metamaterial are modeled by a spatially varying dielectric distribution. Specifically, a convex lens shape is defined via a known deformation of a rectangular domain. The dielectric distribution is defined on the undeformed, original rectangular domain and is mapped onto the deformed shape of the lens. Although the lens shape defined here is convex, the dielectric distribution causes the incident beam to diverge.

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Wave Optics Module

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