DAY 1 - JANUARY 29

7:30-8:00

CHECK-IN

8:00-8:05

Gregory Carman, TANMS Center Director

Welcome

8:05-8:30

Abdon Sepulveda (UCLA)
Shear Wave Driven Electically Small Magnetoelastic Antenna

8:30-8:55

Randall Kubena (HRL)
Wide-band Multiferroic Quartz MEMS Antennae

8:55-9:20

Zhi (Jackie) Yao (UCLA)
Architecture and Modeling of Multiferroic Antennas

9:20-9:45

BREAK

9:45-10:10

Joseph Schneider (UCLA)
Experimental Demonstration of a Multiferroic Antenna at Low Frequencies

10:10-10:35

John Domann (Virgina Tech)
Modeling the strain-mediated control of dipole fields around macro-scale nonlinear magnetoelastic materials

10:35-11:00

David Shahan (HRL)
VIBRational ANTennas (VIBRANT) for Long Wave Applications

11:00-11:25

Matthew Bauer (Univ. of Florida)
Ultra-Low-Power Current Sensing with Magnetoelectric Nanowires

11:25-12:55

LUNCH

12:55-1:20

Maite Goiriena (UC Berkeley)
Electric-field Controlled Magnetic Reorientation in Exhanged Coupled CoFeB/Ni Bilayer Microstructures

1:20-1:45

Dominic Labanowski (Sonera Magnetics, Inc)
Applications of acoustically driven ferromagnetic resonance for magnetic sensing

1:45-2:10

Kristen Buchanan (Colorado State Univ)
Spin Wave/Surface Acoustic Wave Coupling Measured Using Brillouin Light Scattering

2:10-3:10

POSTER SESSION

3:10-3:35

Zhuyun Xiao (UCLA)
Different Methods for Characterizing Composite Multiferroic Systems

3:35-4:00

Christoph Klewe (Advanced Light Source)
Circularly and linearly polarized x-ray ferromagnetic resonance

4:00-4:25

Taehwan Lee (UCLA)
Effects of Elemental Orbital Magnetic Moment on Magnetic Anisotropy of Magnetostrictive Tb0.3Dy0.7Fe2 Film

 

DAY 2 - JANUARY 30

7:30-8:00

CHECK-IN

8:00-8:25

Xiang Li (Stanford)
A materials design framework for high-performance embedded magnetic memory based on experimental nanoscale element distribution

8:25-8:50

Armin Razavi (UCLA)
Reducing the Write Error Rate in Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Anisotropy Switching

8:50-9:15

Sohee Kwon (CSUN)
Colossal Electric Field Control of Magnetic Anisotropy in Ir-capped Ferromagnetic Interfaces

9:15-9:40

Yimei Zhu (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
Topological Vortices and Charge-spin-Lattice Interactions in Multiferroic Oxides

9:40-10:10

BREAK

10:10-10:35

Coleman Murray (Ferrologix Inc)
Quantitative and Scalable Cell Separation Using Magnetic Ratcheting Cytometry

10:35-11:00

Reem Khojah (UCLA)
Programmable Single Domain Terfenol-D Micromagnets for Single-cell Manipulation

11:00-11:25

Kevin Fitzell (UCLA)
Giant Magnetostriction and Low Loss in FeGa/NiFe Laminates for Strain-Mediated Multiferroic Micro-Antenna Applications

11:25-12:55

LUNCH

12:55-1:20

Cunzheng Dong (Northeastern Univ.)
Effect of Carbon Content on FeGa and FeCo based Thin Film Magnetostrictive Materials

1:20-1:45

Oleg Udalov (CSUN)
Monte-Carlo Simulations of Granular Multiferroics

1:45-2:10

Sarah Tolbert (UCLA)
Nanocrystal Based Multiferroic and Magnetoelectric Materials

2:10-2:40

BREAK

2:40-3:05

Ty Karaba (UCLA)
Magnetoelectric Coupling in Mesoporous Compsites of Bismuth Ferrite and Cobalt Ferrite

3:05-3:30

Farzad Mahfouzi (CSUN)
Spin-Orbit Torque in Pt/Co Bilayer System: A First Principles Study

3:30-3:55

Qilong Sun (CSUN)
Ferroelectric Control of Magnetisim at the Pt/BaTiO3 Composite Thing Films

3:55-4:20

John Nance (UCLA)
Voltage Control of PerpendicularMagnetization in CoFeB/PZT Heterostructure