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Advanced Materials: Multiphysics Modeling:
Piezoelectric driven magnetic (magnetoelectric) device design

Research: Multiphysics modeling of Magnetoelectric Devices
Sponsor: NSF-TANMS
Faculty: C.S. Lynch, G.P. Carman
Research Scientist: S. Keller
Current Students: A. Kundu, X. Li, Y-C. Hsiao
Graduated: J. Cui (Currently post doc with the Hyderman group at ETH Zurich)
Post Doc: M. Carka (Currently faculty at SUNY)

Link to related work:

Modeling, design, and development of nanosclae magnetoelectric heterostructures. M-H curves measured using magneto optical Kerr effect (MOKE). Strain changes magnetic behavior.

Brief Description:
The NSF-TANMS research center is developing nanoscale magnetoelectric devices with applications to memory, small antennas, and nanomotors. C.S. Lynch is the modeling thrust director and develops devices.

Approach:
Develop and use computational design tools to design magnetoelectric heterostructures.