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Location Monash University, School of Engineering
App. deadline 26/04/2017
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Eligibility Open to international applicants

Lead-free ferroelectric ceramics

Multiferroic materials have attracted great attention. The coupling between the electric and magnetic ordering opens numerous possibilities for nanoscale applications in the fields of nanoelectronics and spintronics. As of today, most of the investigations focus on thin films for nanoscale applications. Many practical devices, including piezo sensors and actuators, in fact, rely on the macroscopic properties of bulk ceramic materials in which the average effect of the local porperties in the bulk should be small. The underlying science of structure-property relations and the basic multiferroic properties will be studied.

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Dr Wei Sea Chang
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