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December 5th, 2005

Turkish Scientist Prof. Ozbay Wins E.U.'s Descartes Prize

Prof. Ozbay and his team created and developed a novel class of artificial metamaterials, called Left-Handed Materials (LHMs) or Negative Index Materials (NIMs), which have fascinating properties including negative index or refraction, inverse, Doppler and Cerenkov effects, vacuum impedance matching possibility and imaging not constrained by the diffraction limit.


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