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Wave transport through (not quite) disordered waveguides

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MWS - Mathematical theory and applications of multiple wave scattering

Disordered media are known to exhibit, beyond opacity, remarkable properties: enhanced backscattering, conductance fluctuations, Anderson localization, or the bimodal distribution of the transmission eigenvalues that characterizes the diffusive regime. In this talk will be discussed some effects on the wave transport of adding a bit a regularity, such as mirror symmetry or disorder correlation through hyperuniformity. [Co-authors: Élie Chéron, Mathieu Davy, Clément Ferise, Jean-Philippe Groby, Vincent Pagneux, Vicent Romero García, Elie Salemeh]

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