Development of novel ferroelectric magnetic materials for multi-functional applications [ 2006 - 2008 ]

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Researchers Dr X Wang; Dr Z Cheng; Prof T Shrout; Prof W Wen; Dr K Yamaura; Dr K Liss; Dr RO Piltz

Brief description Ferroelectric magnets having simultaneous ferroeletricity and ferromagnetism is an area of emerging scientific interest. This project is to develop novel ferroelectric magnetic materials for multifunctional applications and falls into National Research Priority, Frontier Technologies for Building and Transforming Australian Industries. This project will provide trainings for postgraduate students and develop patentable science and technologies. The scope for use of the novel multifunctional materials will be enormous with great markets in the fields of magnetoelectronics, magnetic electromechanical industrial devices. It will benefit Australian manufacturing industry in the long term.

Funding Amount $330,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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