Symposium FD
Recent Achievements in Multiferroic and Magnetoelectric Materials

Gopalan SRINIVASAN, Oakland University, USA
Christian BINEK, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Ying-Hao CHU, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Josè Maria DE TERESA, CSIC-University of Zaragoza, Spain
Judith DRISCOLL, University of Cambridge, UK
Atsushi FUJIMORI, University of Tokyo, Japan
Tsuyoshi KIMURA, Osaka University, Japan
Neil D. MATHUR, University of Cambridge, UK
Yukitoshi MOTOME, University of Tokyo, Japan
Alexandr NOSOV, Institute of Metal Physics, RAS, Russia
Masanori OKUYAMA, Osaka University, Japan
Natalia PODDUBNAYA, Institute of Technical Acoustics, Vitebsk, Russia
Andreas RUEDIGER, Université du Quebec, Canada
Jacobo SANTAMARIA, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Susanne STEMMER, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Evgeny Y. TSYMBAL, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Dwight VIEHLAND, Virginia Tech, USA
Melvin M. VOPSON, University of Portsmouth, UK
Yonggang ZHAO, Tsinghua University, China
Single phase or composite materials that exhibit more than one type of ferroic ordering have attracted considerable interests in recent years for studies on the nature of cross-coupling between the ferroic orders and for useful applications in sensors, information storage and signal processing.  In addition to traditional single phase multiferroics such as bismuth ferrite, significant advances have been reported on molecular, organic-inorganic, non-oxide, and 5d- multiferroics.  Other topics of importance in single phase multiferroics are domain walls, magnetoelectric interactions in topological insulators, and multiferroic nanostructures. Investigations on composite multiferroics have focused on electric field control of magnetism and magnetic field control of ferroelectric order parameters, complex oxides and interfaces, ferromagnetic alloy-ferroelectric composites and self-assembled composite multiferroics.  Significant progress has been reported on device applications for composite multiferroics in recent years and include efforts on magnetic sensors, high frequency devices, gyrators, energy harvesting and power electronics.
This Symposium, which follows the ones organized in previous CIMTEC conferences, will highlight developments in the understanding of the physics of multiferroic materials, theory, advances in materials synthesis and applications.
Of specific interests are: Theory and modeling of single phase and composite multiferroics, Advances in materials, synthesis and processing; New single phase multiferroic materials; Layered and multiferroic heterostructures; Nanocomposites and Self-assembly; Physics of interfaces; Magnetic field sensors; Memory application; Tunable, multiferroic microwave and mm-wave devices; Miniature antennas.
Session Topics

FD-1 Theory and modeling of single phase and composite multiferroics

FD-2 Non-oxide, organic-inorganic and 5-d oxide multiferroics

FD-3 Advances in materials synthesis and processing

FD-4 Multiferroic nanostructures, self-assembly and nanocomposites

FD-5 Magnetoelectric characterization and electric field control of magnetization

FD-6 Domain walls and dynamics of multiferroics

FD-7 New effects, devices and applications


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