- Conference date: 28–30 October 2009
- Location: Bad Honnef (Germany)
The nonlinear properties of metamaterials are going to be important for the control of new computing and sensor devices. In addition, an exciting dimension can be added through the inclusion of magnetooptical properties. Both temporal and spatial solitons will be considered for a range of metamaterials with an emphasis being placed upon bright and bright‐dark soliton interactions coupled to magnetic effects drawn from both the Voigt and the Faraday configurations. Strongly nonlinear waves will also be discussed in terms of their exciting ability to slow light and respond vigorously to both nonlinear and magnetooptic tuneability. A special emphasis will be placed upon the switching possibilities of solitons at an interface and complex waveguides, and shape effects will also be addressed.
- Magnetooptical effects
- Spatial solitons
- Magnetic effects
- Magnetic sensors
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