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Recent Advances in Topological Ferroics and their Dynamics, Vol 70. Solid State Physics

  • ID: 4768522
  • Book
  • October 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 302 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Recent Advances in Topological Ferroics and Their Dynamics, Volume 70 in the Solid State Physics series, provides the latest information on the branch of physics that is primarily devoted to the study of matter in its solid phase, especially at the atomic level. This prestigious serial presents timely and state-of-the-art reviews pertaining to all aspects of solid state physics.

  • Contains contributions from leading authorities in the study of solid state physics, especially at the atomic level
  • Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field
  • Presents timely, state-of-the-art reviews pertaining to all aspects of solid state physics

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1. Photon-magnon coupling: Historical perspective, status, and future directions Biswanath Bhoi and Sang-Koog Kim 2. The influence of the internal domain wall structure on spin wave band structure in periodic magnetic stripe domain patterns Pawel Gruszecki, Chandrima Banerjee, Michal Mruczkiewicz, Olav Hellwig, Anjan Barman and Maciej Krawczyk 3. Functional domain walls: Concepts and perspectives Jan Seidel 4. Skyrmions in ferroelectric materials Jiri Hlinka and Petr Ondrejkovic 5. Dynamics in artificial spin ice and magnetic metamaterials Joseph Sklenar, Sergi Lendinez and M. Benjamin Jungfleisch 6. Effective flexoelectric and flexomagnetic response of ferroics Eugene A. Eliseev, Anna N. Morozovska, Victoria V. Khist and Victor Polinger
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Stamps, Robert L.
Dr. Robert Stamps works at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba.
Schultheib, Helmut
Helmut Schultheiss finished his PhD in 2010 at the University of Technology Kaiserslautern in Germany. After his PhD he worked for three years at the Argonne National Laboratory in the U.S.A.. In 2014 he received the Emmy Noether fellowship of the German Science Foundation for starting his own research group at the Helmholtz-Center Dresden-Rossendorf in Germany. His research interest are magnons in micro- and nano-structures and their interaction with spin currents and magneto-optics.
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