Items where Salford Author is "Boardman, AD"
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|Boardman, AD 2014, 'Some thoughts on spacetime transformation theory' , Annalen der Physik, 526 (1-2) , A17-A18. Item not available from this repository.|
|Boardman, AD, Mitchell-Thomas, RC, King, NJ and Rapoport, YG 2010, 'Bright spatial solitons in controlled negative phase metamaterials' , Optics Communications, 283 (8) , pp. 1585-1597.|
|Boardman, AD, Hess, O, Mitchell-Thomas, RC, Rapoport, YG and Velasco, L 2010, 'Temporal solitons in magnetooptic and metamaterial waveguides' , Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications, 8 (4) , pp. 228-243.|
|McCall, MW, Favaro, A, Kinsler, P and Boardman, AD 2010, 'A spacetime cloak, or a history editor' , Journal of Optics, 13 (2) , 024003.|
|Boardman, AD and Egan, P 2009, 'Novel nonlinear surface and guided TE waves in asymmetric LHM waveguides' , Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics, 11 (11) , p. 114032.|
|Boardman, AD, King, N, Mitchell-Thomas, RC, Malnev, VN and Rapoport, YG 2008, 'Gain control and diffraction-managed solitons in metamaterials' , Metamaterials, 2 (2-3) , pp. 145-154.|
|Boardman, AD and Marinov, K 2006, 'Electromagnetic energy in a dispersive metamaterial' , Physical Review B, 73 (16) , p. 165110.|
|Boardman, AD and Marinov, K 2006, 'Nonradiating and radiating configurations driven by left-handed metamaterials' , Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics (JOSA B), 23 (3) , pp. 543-552. Item not available from this repository.|
|Boardman, AD, King, NJ, Rapoport, Y and Velasco, L 2005, 'Gyrotropic impact upon negatively refracting surfaces' , New Journal of Physics, 7 , p. 191.|
|Boardman, AD, Velasco, L, King, NJ and Rapoport, Y 2005, 'Ultra-narrow bright spatial solitons interacting with left-handed surfaces' , Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics (JOSA B), 22 (2) , pp. 1443-1452. Item not available from this repository.|
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