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  • Dossou, Kokou; Packirisamy, Muthukumaran; Fontaine, Marie (Optical Society of America, 2005)
    Typically the grating problem is formulated for TE and TM polirizations by using, respectively, the electric and magnetic fields aligned with the grating wall and perpendicular to the plane of incidence, and this leads to ...
  • Steel, Michael; Zoli, Rossella; Grillet, Christian; Mcphedran, Ross; De Sterke, C; Norton, Andrew; Bassi, Paolo; Eggleton, Benjamin (American Physical Soc, 2005)
    We study the analytic properties of the photonic crystal superprism resolution parameters p, q, and r introduced previously by Baba and Matsumoto [Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 2325 (2002)], which characterize the potential ...
  • Poulton, Christopher; Movchan, Alexander; Movchan, Natalia; Mcphedran, Ross (Royal Soc, 2012)
    We consider the problem of localized flexural waves in thin plates that have periodic structure, consisting of a two-dimensional array of pins or point masses. Changing the properties of the structure at a single point ...
  • Chen, Jianxin; Ying, Mingsheng (Rinton Press, Inc, 2008)
    The intrinsic idea of superdense coding is to find as many gates as possible such that they can be perfectly discriminated. In this paper, we consider a basic scheme of discrimination of quantum gates, called ancilla-assisted ...
  • Asatryan, Ara; Gredeskul, Sa; Botten, Lindsay; Byrne, Michael; Freilikher, Valentin; Shadrivov, Iv; Mcphedran, Ross; Kivshar, Y (Amer Physical Soc, 2010)
    We study the propagation and localization of classical waves in one-dimensional disordered structures composed of alternating layers of left-and right-handed materials (mixed stacks) and compare them with structures composed ...
  • Chaczko, Zenon; Klempous, Ryszard (AIP Conference Proceedings, 2010)
    Anticipatory, multi-agents based and biology inspired middleware for resource constrained systems such as the sensornets is able to provide infrastructure oriented services with anticipatory system properties such as: (1) ...
  • Lawrence, Felix; Botten, Lindsay; Dossou, Kokou; De Sterke, C (American Institute of Physics, 2008)
    We show that no consistent scalar definition of impedance is generally possible for photonic crystals. Instead, we present a rigorous semianalytic matrix definition of impedance for square lattice photonic crystals, defined ...
  • Yu, Nk; Duan, Runyao; Ying, Mingsheng (Amer Physical Soc, 2011)
    A subspace of a multipartite Hilbert space is said to be locally indistinguishable if any orthonormal basis of this subspace cannot be perfectly distinguished by local operations and classical communication. Previously ...
  • Datta, Nilanjana; Hsieh, Min-Hsiu (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2011)
    We establish bounds on the maximum entanglement gain and minimum quantum communication cost of the fully quantum Slepian?Wolf (FQSW) protocol in the one-shot regime, which is considered to be at the apex of the existing ...
  • Cortie, Michael; Maaroof, Abbas; Smith, Geoff (Australian Institute of Physics, 2005)
    Very thin spongy nanoporous gold films have a unique nanostructure and hence unusual properties. Our interest in these materials is also due to their wide range of potential application (1,2). An optical study for such ...
  • Li, Yang; Agbinya, Johnson; Chan, H. (UTS ePress, 2006)
  • Masens, Carl; Cortie, Michael; Ford, Mike (World Scientific Publishing Co. Ltd, 2006)
    Gold is widely used in nanotechnology, for example as a substrate in forming self-assembled monolayers or as nanoparticles for their unique optical and chemical properties. In this paper we give an overview of the properties ...
  • Wang, Shuhong; Qiu, Jie; Li, Q; Zhu, Jianguo; Wang, Semyung (IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc, 2006)
    In this paper, Petri net is applied in the description of a parameterized finite element (FE) geometric modeling, which can enable the user to implement quick and easily dimensional changes, and then invoke a repetitive ...
  • Kealley, Catherine; Elcombe, Margaret; Gilbert, Ep; Wuhrer, Ric (Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
    The nano-and microstructure of glycinin, a soybean protein, has been investigated as a function of moisture for moisture contents between 4 and 21 wt%. Glycinin exhibits peaks in the small-angle region whose positions show ...
  • Jiang, Lin; Fan, Genlian; Li, Zhiqiang; Chen, Zhixin; Zhang, Di; Kai, Xizhou; Humphries, Samuel; Heness, Gregory; Yeung, Wing (Pergamon, 2011)
    A slurry based process was developed to achieve the uniform dispersion of a high volume fraction of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in aluminum powder. Al powder was subjected to surface modification to introduce a hydrophilic ...
  • Mather, Glyn; Wood, Leigh; Logan, Peter; Kirkup, Les (Uniserve Science, 2003)
  • Poulton, Christopher; Mcphedran, Ross; Nicorovici, Nicolae; Botten, Lindsay; Movchan, Alexander (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001)
    We examine the allowed modes of polarized electromagnetic waves moving through a doubly periodic material with a cermet topology. We present analytical results for the dispersion relations in two cases; firstly when the ...
  • Guziewicz, Elzbieta; Godlewski, Marek; Kopalko, Krzysztof; Lusakowska, Elzbieta; Dynowska, Elzbieta; Guziewicz, Marek; Phillips, Matt (Elsevier Science, 2004)
    Thin films of sphalerite-type ZnSe were grown by atomic layer deposition (ALD) from elemental Zn and Se precursors. These films, grown on various substrates, show bright blue `edge? emission accompanied by donor?acceptor ...
  • Zareie, Hadi; Lukins, Phillips (Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2003)
    Single-molecule imaging by scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) yields the atomic-resolution (0.6 ?) structure of individual B-type DNA molecules. The strong correlation between these STM structures and those predicted ...
  • Sharma, Manju; James, Brian; Pollard, Judith; Livett, Michelle; Newbury, Richard; Zadnik, Mario; Prosser, Michael; Kirkup, Les; Mendez - Villanueva, Alberto (Uniserve Science, 2004)
    The Australian Universities Teaching Committee is funding a project to investigate the learning outcomes and curriculum development in physics at Australian universities. The project aims to map current practices and future ...