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Physics Colloquium - Atomic Scale Design of Magnetic Materials for Electric Machine and Telecommunication Devices
Time: Jan 29, 2016 (03:00 PM)
Location: 236 Parker Hall - Snacks at 200 Allison Lab at 2:45pm

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Professor Yang-Ki Hong

E. A. Larry “Drummond” Endowed Chair

Graduate Program Director

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Professor of Materials Science Ph.D. Program

The University of Alabama

 

Global market for soft magnetic materials is estimated to reach $66.6 Billion by 2019 [the iRAP report], and the market for permanent magnetic materials will reach $15 Billion by 2018.

The first part of this talk covers the applications of magnetic materials to motor for future electric vehicles and telecommunication components such as self-biased GHz hexaferrite circulator, miniature ferrite MHz-GHz antenna, and low-power MHz ferrite inductors. The second part focuses on the electronic structure of magnetic materials, emphasizing ferrites, rare-earth free permanent and nanocrystalline soft magnets




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