CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Graphene-enhanced Devices: Simulation-based Design from Microwave to Optical Frequencies

 

Graphene is a material with extraordinary properties. It promises to open up new application areas or to enhance existing devices, as indicated by the large amount of research on this topic. Currently, commercial applications are still small in number but increasing. EM simulations are a formidable tool to aid in the research and design of new devices that employ graphene.

This eSeminar will show a number of applications, ranging from RF to optical frequencies. The main focus will be on absorption, nano antennas, and plasmonic behavior.

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