Special Issue "Physics, Measurements and Applications of Multiferroic and Magnetoelectric Materials"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2017)
Dr. Melvin M. Vopson
Faculty of Science, SEES - Applied Physics, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth PO1 3QL, UK
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Interests: fundamentals and applications of multiferroic materials; development of advanced measurements for materials testing; plasma sputtering of thin films; physics of ferroelectric and anti-ferroelectric materials; materials for novel digital data storage; magnetic materials and technologies; solid state cooling and multicaloric effects
Materials science is a key factor in driving technological development and economic growth. Since the silicon industrial revolution of the 1950s, research and developments in materials science have radically impacted and transformed our society by enabling the emergence of computer technologies, wireless communications, Internet, digital data storage technologies and widespread consumer electronics. Today’s emergent topics in materials science research, such as nano-materials, carbon based grapheme and nano-tubes, smart and multifunctional materials, spintronic materials, bio-materials and multiferroic materials, promise to deliver a new wave of technological advances and economic impact, comparable to the silicon industrial revolution of the 1950s.
In particular, the recent surge of interest in multiferroic materials has been driven by their fascinating physical properties, as well as their huge potential for technological applications. This Special Issue of “Physics, Measurements and Applications of Multiferroic and Magnetoelectric Materials” will be a one-stop resource to the solid-state multiferroics and magneto-electric materials communities, providing a collection of high quality reviews and articles covering all research aspects of multiferroic materials including measurements, applications and modelling.
Dr. Melvin M. Vopson
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- Multiferroic materials
- Magneto-electric effect
- Measurement of magneto-electric coupling effects
- Composite multiferroics
- Single phase multiferroics
- Synthesis of multiferroic materials
- Structural properties of multiferroics
- Microcopy and microstructure of multiferroic materials
- Modelling of multiferroic materials
- Applications of multiferroic and magneto-electric materials