Sawyer D. Campbell
Sawyer D. Campbell
Assistant Research Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Penn State University
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Review of numerical optimization techniques for meta-device design
SD Campbell, D Sell, RP Jenkins, EB Whiting, JA Fan, DH Werner
Optical Materials Express 9 (4), 1842-1863, 2019
602019
Impact of strong localization of the incident power density on the nano-amplifier characteristics of active coated nano-particles
SD Campbell, RW Ziolkowski
Optics Communications 285 (16), 3341-3352, 2012
342012
Lightweight, flexible, polarization-insensitive, highly absorbing meta-films
SD Campbell, RW Ziolkowski
IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation 61 (3), 1191-1200, 2012
332012
On the use of surrogate models in the analytical decompositions of refractive index gradients obtained through quasiconformal transformation optics
SD Campbell, J Nagar, DE Brocker, DH Werner
Journal of Optics 18 (4), 044019, 2016
282016
Simultaneous excitation of electric and magnetic dipole modes in a resonant core-shell particle at infrared frequencies to achieve minimal backscattering
SD Campbell, RW Ziolkowski
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 19 (3), 4700209-4700209, 2012
272012
Apochromatic singlets enabled by metasurface-augmented GRIN lenses
J Nagar, SD Campbell, DH Werner
Optica 5 (2), 99-102, 2018
252018
SWaP reduction regimes in achromatic GRIN singlets
SD Campbell, DE Brocker, J Nagar, DH Werner
Applied Optics 55 (13), 3594-3598, 2016
212016
Three-dimensional gradient-index optics via injketaided additive manufacturing techniques
SD Campbell, DE Brocker, DH Werner, C Dupuy, SK Park, P Harmon
2015 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation & USNC/URSI …, 2015
212015
The performance of active coated nanoparticles based on quantum-dot gain media
SD Campbell, RW Ziolkowski
Advances in OptoElectronics 2012, 2012
202012
Near-field directive beams from passive and active asymmetric optical nanoantennas
SD Campbell, RW Ziolkowski
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 21 (4), 312-323, 2014
182014
Studies of nanometer antennas incorporating gain material using CST
J Geng, RW Ziolkowski, SD Campbell, R Jin, X Liang
2011 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (APSURSI …, 2011
182011
Impact of large-angle scattering on diffusively backscattered halos
SD Campbell, AK O'Connell, GH Rutherford, R Grobe
Optics letters 32 (5), 560-562, 2007
152007
Analytical surrogate model for the aberrations of an arbitrary GRIN lens
JA Easum, SD Campbell, J Nagar, DH Werner
Optics express 24 (16), 17805-17818, 2016
142016
Light scattering regimes along the optical axis in turbid media
SD Campbell, AK O’Connell, S Menon, Q Su, R Grobe
Physical Review E 74 (6), 061909, 2006
142006
Multiobjective Optimization-Aided Metamaterials-by-Design With Application to Highly Directive Nanodevices
J Nagar, SD Campbell, Q Ren, JA Easum, RP Jenkins, DH Werner
IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics Computational Techniques 2, 147-158, 2017
132017
Mitigating field enhancement in metasurfaces and metamaterials for high-power microwave applications
JA Bossard, CP Scarborough, Q Wu, SD Campbell, DH Werner, ...
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 64 (12), 5309-5319, 2016
132016
Transformation-optics-inspired anti-reflective coating design for gradient index lenses
KL Morgan, DE Brocker, SD Campbell, DH Werner, PL Werner
Opt. Lett 40, 2521-2524, 2015
132015
Scaling of light scattering with density of scatterers
SD Campbell, S Menon, GH Rutherford, Q Su, R Grobe
Laser physics 17 (2), 117-123, 2007
112007
Modularization of gradient-index optical design using wavefront matching enabled optimization
J Nagar, DE Brocker, SD Campbell, JA Easum, DH Werner
Optics Express 24 (9), 9359-9368, 2016
102016
Multi-objective optimization for GRIN lens design
J Nagar, SD Campbell, DH Werner
2015 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation & USNC/URSI …, 2015
92015
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