VIRTUAL POSTER SESSIONS

Poster Session A | Thursday, February 10, 2022, 11:30am - 12:30pm PST

  • 1.3.P01 | Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy in FeGa(110)/Pt(111) thin film interfaces - Adrian Acosta, UCLA Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

  • 1.3.P02 | 3D Printed Permanent Magnet Quadrupoles - Andrew Arrieta, UCLA Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 1.3.P03 | Multiferroic Antenna for Biomedical Applications - Emily Burnside, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 1.3.P04 | High Throughput Individual Magnetic Single Cell Sorting using Oersted Fields - Victor Estrada, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 1.3.P05 | Acoustically-Driven Ferromagnetic Resonance for Power-Efficient Ensemble Quantum Readout - Adi Jung, UC Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

  • 1.3.P06 | Magnetic single cell microcarriers for single cell functional analysis - Hiromi Miwa, UCLA Bioengineering

  • 1.3.P07 | Solution-Processed Yttrium Iron Garnet Thin Films as Novel Magnetostrictive Materials - Shreya Patel, UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • 1.3.P08 | Modeling Multiferroic Antennas Utilizing an Unconditionally Stable ADI-FDTD Solver - Jesse Rivera, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 1.3.P09 | An investigation on the effects of internal electric fields in relaxor ferroelectric single crystals through phase field modeling - Michael Sheng, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 1.3.P10 | Modeling and Characterization of Multiferroic Antenna - Nishanth Virushabadoss, University of Texas at Dallas Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 1.3.P11 | Multiferroic Lamb Wave Antenna - Ruoda Zheng, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 1.3.P12 | UCLA-TANMS Engineering Products and Services - Schaffer Grimm, TANMS Engineering Research Center, UCLA

Poster Session B | Thursday, February 17, 2022, 11:30am - 12:30pm PST

  • 2.3.P01 | Topological Antiferromagnetic Phase in Sputtered Topological Insulator/Ferromagnet Heterostructure Interface - Nirjhar Bhattacharjee, Northeastern University

  • 2.3.P02 | Voltage control of Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction and skyrmion Hall effect in a racetrack memory - Bingqian Dai, UCLA Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 2.3.P03 | Exploring exchange coupling between nanocrystals with hydrogenation of an interparticle matrix - Katherine Estoque, UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry

  • 2.3.P04 | A Compact Circuit Model for Frequency-Selective Limiters with Field Non-uniformities - Qian Gao, UCLA Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 2.3.P05 | Magnetization-Graded Induced Chiral Symmetry Breaking for Deterministic Switching of Perpendicular Magnetization by Spin-Orbit Torque - Malcom Jackson, UCLA Material Science Engineering

  • 2.3.P06 | Elasto-Dynamical Induced Spin and Charge Pumping in Bulk Heavy Metals - Farzad Mahfouzi, California State University, Northridge, Physics and Astronomy

  • 2.3.P07 | Atomistic Magnetoelastic Simulations using Molecular Dynamics - Matthew McIntosh, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 2.3.P08 | Magnetostrictive Fe-Ga Thin Films for Multiferroic Applications - Mohanchandra Panduranga, UCLA Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • 2.3.P09 | Control of DMI with strain and electric field in artificial multilayer structures - Oleg Udalov, California State University, Northridge, Physics and Astronomy

  • 2.3.P10 | E-field Tuning of Ultrafast Demagnetization in Magnetoelectric Composite - Alexandria Will-Cole, Northeastern University Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 2.3.P11 | UCLA-TANMS Engineering Products and Services - Schaffer Grimm, TANMS Engineering Research Center, UCLA