Special Issue "Magnetoelectric Thin-Film Based Devices"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2021.
Interests: MEMS magnetoelectric antennas; magnetic field sensors; spintronics
Interests: function materials; magnetic sensor; magnetoelectrics; spintronics; MEMS; piezoelectric
Interests: magnetoelectric materials and devices
Magnetoelectric (ME) materials and their thin-film heterostructures, in which two or more ferroic orders exist simultaneously, have attracted ever-increasing research interests. The strong cross-coupling between magnetic and electric orders in ME materials provides alternative routes towards new functional devices with high scalability, speed and low-power consumption—hence making ME-based devices a promising candidate for the beyond-CMOS technology.
This Special Issue aims to highlight the recent advances in new device concepts and architecture, material innovations, and system integrations in ME thin-film-based devices for logic, memory, sensoric, communication, and energy harvesting applications. Specific focus for this issue includes, but is not limited to: voltage-control spintronics for logic and memory devices, ME-based MEMS magnetic field sensors, miniaturized ME antennas, ME energy harvester, and voltage tunable microwave devices. In addition, recent advances in thick-film/bulk ME laminates will also be addressed in this issue.
Dr. Tianxiang Nan
Dr. Zhongqiang Hu
Dr. Zhaoqiang Chu
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- thin-film magnetoelectric (ME) heterostructures
- ME laminates
- magnetic random access memories
- magnetic field sensors
- energy harvesters
- tunable microwave devices
- MEMS sensors and antennas