TSU has created metamaterial from closed circular conductors
Alexander Gorst, a radiophysicist at TSU, under the guidance of Professor Vladimir Yakubov and engineer Alexander Mironchev, created a metamaterial for a new technology using ring conductors and near-field interaction. This method is being used for the first time in the world, and allowed creating metamaterial with wide practical application in medicine, for masking objects, and for creating antennas.
The first use of ring conductors was described by TSU professor Vladimir Yakubov. Alexander Gorst, in turn, developed a prototype of the new material from theoretical studies.