We study fundamental physical aspects of wave propagation in complex media and scenarios, and explore engineering applications to communications and sensing.
We study artificial materials and metamaterials that can exhibit exotic properties not available in natural media. These include nonlocal, nonreciprocal, non-Hermitian, time-varying, and multi-physics responses.
We study wave interactions with aperiodically ordered structures that belong to the middle ground between perfect periodicity and randomness.
We study wave propagation in scenarios characterized by rich scattering, ray-chaotic, and non-stationary properties.
Our research encompasses both fundamental aspects and cutting-edge applications, including wireless communications, optical computing, and bio-medicine.
We are always interested in applications from highly motivated students and postdocs with strong backgrounds in mathematics and physics and good computer-programming skills.