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Greg Carman

 

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Gregory P. Carman, Ph.D.
(Virginia Tech, 1991)

carman@seas.ucla.edu
48-121F, Eng IV
(310) 825-6030


Link(s):

Active Materials Lab

Center for Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Systems (TANMS)

 

 

 

 

 

Areas of Interest:

Nanoscale Multiferroic materials, piezoelectric materials, magnetostrictive materials, thin film shape memory alloys, fiber optic sensors.


Selected Recent Publications:

Wu, T., Zhao, P., Bao, MQ., Bur, A., Hockel, JL., Wong, K., Mohanchandra, KP., Lynch, CS., and Carman, GP., "Domain engineered switchable strain states in ferroelectric (011) [Pb(Mg(1/3)Nb(2/3))O(3)]((1-x))-[PbTiO(3)](x) (PMN-PT, x approximate to 0.32) single crystals", Journal of Applied Physics, 109(12):1

Hockel, JL  Bur, A,  Wu, T, Wetzlar, KP, &  Carman, GP , “Electric field induced magnetization rotation in patterned Ni ring/Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O-3]((120.32))-[PbTiO3](0.32) heterostructures,” Applied Physics Letters, V 100, issue 2, Jan 2012

Hsu, CJ, Hockel, JL, & Carman, GP “Magnetoelectric manipulation of domain wall configuration in thin film Ni/[Pb(Mn1/3Nb2/3)O-3](0.68)-[PbTiO3](0.32) (001) heterostructures,” Applied Physics Letters, V 100 issue 9, Feb 2012

Hsu, CJ, Sandoval, SM,  Wetzlar, KP, &  Carman, GP ,” Thermomagnetic conversion efficiencies for ferromagnetic materials, “ Journal of Applied Physics, V 111, issue 5, Mar 2012

Kealey, CP, Chun, YJ, Vinuela, FE, Mohanchandra, KP, Carman, GP,  Vinuela, F, & Levi, DS, “In vitro and in vivo testing of a novel, hyperelastic thin film nitinol flow diversion stent, “ Journal of Biomedical Materials Research PartB=Applied Biomaterials, V 100B, issue 3, pp 718-725, Apr 2012