Nanomagnetism

Nanomagnetism

Editor:

Professor Julian Maria Gonzalez Estevez
University of the Basque Country, San Sebastián, Spain

ISBN (eBook): 9781910086056
Publisher: One Central Press (OCP)
Chapters published: 12 November 2014 under “Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License”

 

THE TOPICS COVERED IN THE EDITED BOOK WILL INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

1. Fundamental magnetic properties at nanometer scale
1.1. Design, synthesis and characterization of nanostructured materials
1.2. Advanced magnetic materials and techniques
1.3. Magnetoresistance, magnetoimpedence, spin torque transfer
1.4. Ultra–thin films and surface effects
1.5. Multi-layered films and superlattice structures, interface effects
1.6. Exchange bias
1.7. Magnetic nanoparticles and nanostructures
1.8. Magnetic microscopy, imaging and characterization

2. Multifunctional magnetic materials at nanometer scale
2.1. Multiferroics and magnetoelectric materials
2.2. Magneto-optic materials
2.3. Magneto-elastic materials
2.4. Magneto-caloric materials
2.5. Magnetic quantum dots
2.6. Half-metallics and magnetic semiconductors
2.7. Magnetism and superconductivity
2.8. Carbon based magnetism
2.9. Magnetic shape memory alloys

3. Applications and devices
3.1. Nanoscale magnetoelectronics
3.2. Advanced nanodevice modeling
3.3. Magnetic storage and magnetic recording
3.4. Magneto-optical applications
3.5. Domain wall devices
3.6. Magnetic sensors
3.7. Molecular magnetism and devices
3.8. Microwave materials and applications

4. Spin dynamics in magnetic nanostructures
4.1. Magnetization dynamics and damping
4.2. Domain wall and vortex dynamics
4.3. Fast and Ultrafast switching
4.4. Micromagnetic simulations

 

Julian Maria Gonzalez EstevezProfessor Julian Maria Gonzalez Estevez

University of the Basque Country (Spain)

Julian Gonzalez was graduated in Physics in1977 from the Navarra University. In 1987 received the PhD degree from the University of the Basque Country. Present employment: as a Professor of Materials Physics Department of the University of the Basque Country in the Department of the Chemistry Faculty in San Sebastian (Spain). Current fields of interest: novel magnetic materials, amorphous, nanocrystalline and nanogranular ferromagnetic alloys and compounds, metamaterials at microwave range. Spintronics. Magnetotransport (Magnetoresistance, Magnetoimpedance, Ferromagnetic Resonance, Magnetocaloric). New magnetic sensors. He has published more than 400 referred papers in international journals on studies of magnetic materials with more vthan 3.500 cites (among others 10 from Prof. Albert Fert, laureated with the Nobel prix in Physics 2007), edited 9 conference proceedings, he has given a number of 50 invited talks in international conferences on Magnetism, invited lectures in Labs and Departments of University of prestigious, wrote 1 book and 12 chapters for books and encyclopedia (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Sensors, Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials, Amorphous Materials: Research, Technology and Applications), etc. He has also had the responsibility to be the supervisor of 12 students of PhD and 6 students of master in Nanoscience of the University of the Basque Country and head of Master in Nanoscience in the University of Oviedo (Spain).

 

 

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