The main objective of the project is development of new lead-free multiferroic materials for prospective application in forms of films and/or arranged layers in which the cross-coupling (magnetic-dipolar-elastic) can be
tuned by both internal and external factors. This objective is to be achieved through preparation, investigation, and optimization of two kinds of oxygen-octahedral systems with paramagnetic ions involved: metastable perovskites and layered double hydroxides (LDHs).
Our laboratory is involved in a broad band dielectric spectroscopy studies of these materials.

Annual TUMOCS meeting and the 2nd International Workshop on Metastable Perovskite Multiferroics

Project’s web site can be found here.

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