Mong Learning Center | UCLA Engineering VI Building
January 28-29, 2020

DAY 1

PRESENTATION

SPEAKER

8:00-8:25

History of Multiferroic Based Antennas

Gregory P. Carman

University of California, Los Angeles

8:25-8:50

Comparison of Mechanical Antenna Approaches

James Bickford

Draper Laboratory

8:50-9:15

Challenges and Performance Bounds of Acoustically Driven Radiating Elements

Songbin Gong

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

9:15-9:45

BREAK

9:45-10:10

Experimental Demonstration and Operating Principles of a Multiferroic Antenna

Devin Schneider

University of California, Los Angeles

10:10-10:35

Frequency Dependence of Magnetic and Magnetoelastic Properties of Magnetostrictve Materials for Multiferroic Antennae

Peter Finkel

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

10:35-11:00

Power, scaling, and nonlinearity challenges in magneto-mechanical ULF transmitters

Gaurav Bahl

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

11:00-11:25

A Numerical Approach to Multiferroic Antenna Modeling and Analysis

Kevin Luong

University of California, Los Angeles

11:25-12:55

LUNCH

12:55-1:20

Optimization of a strain-mediated magnetoelectric near field communication device

John Domann

Virginia Tech University

1:20-1:45

VIBRational ANTennas (VIBRANT) for Long Wave Applications

David Shahan

HRL Laboratories

1:45-2:10

A Magnetoelectric Trasmitter with Enhanced Magnetic Field Emission

Dwight Viehland

Virginia Tech University

2:10-2:35

A High Q Piezoelectric Resonator as a Portable VLF Transmitter

Aaron Tremaine

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

2:35-2:55

BREAK

2:55-3:20

Efficient Ultra-Low-Frequency Mechanical Antennas with Magnetic Pendulum Array

Foad Fereidoony
University of California, Los Angeles

3:20-3:45

Potential applications of multiferroics: non-linear signal manipulation and charged particle control

Rob Candler

University of California, Los Angeles

3:45-4:10

Magnetostrictive-based Antennas: Material Challenges for Widespread Applications

Randy Kubena

HRL Laboratories

4:10-4:35

Electrical Small Multiferroic Antenna Enhanced by Energy Reelecting Components

Abdon Sepulveda

University of California, Los Angeles

DAY 2

PRESENTATION

SPEAKER

8:00-8:10

Chen & Liang Inspiring Multiferroic Brilliance Award Presentation

Cai Chen & Cheng-Yen Liang

Alumni, University of California, Los Angeles

8:10-8:35

Smart Magnetoelectric Antennas Based Transceivers for Communication, Wireless Energy Harvesting and picoTesla Magnetic Field Sensing

Nian Sun

Northeastern University

8:35-9:00

Ferromagnetic Resonance Enhanced Electrically Small Antennas

Wei Gu

University of California, Los Angeles

9:00-9:25

Voltage Controlled Ferromagnetic Resonance for Magnetic Field Sensing and Beyond

Sayeef Salahuddin

University of California, Berkeley

9:25-9:50

BREAK

9:50-10:15

Parametric Pumping of Spin Waves by Surface Acoustic Waves for Signal Processing and Communication Devices

Pallavi Dhagat

Oregon State University

10:15-10:40

Spin Precession Modulation (SPM) for Receiving of Extremely Weak Very Low Frequency (VLF) Magnetic Field

Ethan Wang

University of California, Los Angeles

10:40-11:05

Ferroelectric domain wall-rich film materials: new opportunities for frequency and spatial tuning

Jonathan Spanier

Drexel University

11:05-11:30

Nanolaminates with large magnetostriction and low loss for strain-mediated multiferroic micro-antennae

Jane Chang

University of California, Los Angeles

11:30-1:00

LUNCH

1:00-3:00

Poster Session, Lab Tours, and Breakout Discussions

 

3:00-3:30

Path Forward for Antennas

Gregory Carman

University of California, Los Angeles