Due to their outstanding functional properties, multiferroic materials are highly promising for development and manufacturing of novel components for information technology with previously unattained, outstanding properties in terms of power savings and integration capability. The direct measurement and visualization of localized ferromagnetic domain transitions and domain walls in multiferroic materials with magnetoelectric coupling, which are caused by highly localized electric fields, should lead to a deeper understanding of these novel materials. These ambitious goals shall be tackled in the course of the project MagnifiSens combining competences in multiferroic materials research, numerical multiscale simulation of material properties, and high-resolution in situ correlative analysis by AFSEMTM-based microscopy.
|Duration||01/01/2019 - 31/12/2021|
|Program||Produktion der Zukunft|
Department for Integrated Sensor Systems
|Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems)||Univ.-Doz.Dipl.-Ing.Dr. Thomas Schrefl|
Magnetization processes in SmFeO3
DPG Frühjahrstagung, 06/09/2022