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About this event

Web site
www.npl.co.uk/even…
When
14 Nov 2013
Where
Teddington, London, United Kingdom
Contact address
Hampton Road
Teddington
London
United Kingdom
E-mail
carlo.vecchini@npl.co.uk …

Conference

X-ray & Neutron Scattering in Multiferroic and Ferroelectric Materials Research Workshop III

Multiferroics are fascinating materials where multiple orders out of ferroelectricity, ferroelasticity and magnetism coexist and couple with potential applications for new multifunctional devices, including novel sensors, filters and spinvalves, biosensors and (multistate) memory storage.

X-ray and neutron scattering techniques enable the characterisation of structural and magnetic behaviour, as well as the investigation of complex couplings between the different order parameters that exists in these materials as well as in composite structures.

Who should attend:

This one-day workshop will bring together experts from the multifunctional materials communities with neutron and synchrotron facility users to present the latest developments in the field.

Free to attend, but registration is essential.

**Please find registration link in the more information web link

This event is being co-hosted by the the XMaS beamline at ESRF and co-sponsored by the XMaS beamline, Oxford University, UK's Institute of Physics (IOP Dielectrics Group), and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3 Smart Materials and Systems Committee).