Preface for Metal Oxide series
Introduction to Ferroics and Multiferroics: Essential Background
Part I Ferroelectric Metal Oxides
- General View of Ferroelectrics: Origin of Ferroelectricity in Metal Oxide Ferroelectrics and Ferroelectric Properties
- Perovskite and Aurivillius Type of Ferroelectric Metal Oxides
- Lead-free Ferroelectric Materials with Perovskite Structure
- Perovskite Layer Structured Ferroelectrics
- Review of Methods for Powder-Based Processing
- Chemical Synthesis and Epitaxial Growth Methods for Preparation of Ferroelectric Ceramics and Thin Films
- Nanosize Frroelectrics: Preparation, Properties and Applications
- Nanosize BaTiO3-based systems
- Ecological, Lead-free Ferroelectrics
- Compositionally-graded Ferroelectric Ceramics and Multi-layers for Electronic and Sensing Applications
- Review of most common Relaxor Ferroelectrics and its Applications
- Tunable Ferroelectrics for Frequency Agile Microwave and THz Devices
- Piezoelectric Energy Harvest Device based on Quartz as Power Generator
- Nonvolatile Memories
- Theory of Ferrimagnetisms and Ferrimagnetic Metal Oxides
- Metal Oxides Structure, Crystal Chemistry and Magnetic Properties
- Review of Methods for the Preparation of Magnetic Metal Oxides
- Progress in Ferrite based Composite for Microwave Absorbing Applications
- SOFT FERRITE APPLICATION
- Biomedical Applications
- Ferroelectric Perovskite-Spinel Ferrite Ceramics
Section 2: Ferroelectric Metal Oxides: Synthesis and Deposition
Section 3: Ferroelectric Metal Oxides Application
Part II: Magnetic and Multiferroic Metal Oxides
Section 5: Multiferroics: Fundamentals
22. Single Phase, Composite and Laminate Multiferroics
Section 6: Multiferroic Metal Oxides: Properties and Applications
23. Single and Heterostructure Multiferroic Thin Films
24. BiFeO3 Ceramics and Thick Films: Processing Issues and Electromechanical Properties
25. Properties of Single Multiferroics: Complex Transition Metal Oxides
26. Bulk Composite Multiferroics: BaTiO3- Ferrites
27. Complex Composites : Polymer Matrix-Ferroics or Multiferroics "
28. Ferroelectric, Ferromagnetic and Multiferroic Heterostructures for Possible Applications as Tunnel Junctions
Magnetic, Ferroelectric, and Multiferroic Metal Oxides covers the fundamental and theoretical aspects of ferroics and magnetoelectrics, their properties, and important technological applications, serving as the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on the subject. Organized in four parts, Dr. Biljana Stojanovic leads expert contributors in providing the context to understand the material (Part I: Introduction), the theoretical and practical aspects of ferroelectrics (Part II: Ferroelectrics: From Theory, Structure and Preparation to Application), magnetic metal oxides (Part III: Magnetic Oxides: Ferromagnetics, Antiferromagnetics and Ferrimagnetics), multiferroics (Part IV: Multiferroic Metal Oxides) and future directions in research and application (Part V: Future of Metal Oxide Ferroics and Multiferroics).
As ferroelectric materials are used to make capacitors with high dielectric constant, transducers, and actuators, and in sensors, reed heads, and memories based on giant magnetoresistive effects, this book will provide an ideal source for the most updated information.
- Addresses ferroelectrics, ferromagnetics and multiferroelectrics, providing a one-stop reference for researchers
- Provides fundamental theory and relevant, important technological applications
- Highlights their use in capacitors with high dielectric constant, transducers, and actuators, and in sensors, reed heads, and memories based on giant magnetoresistive effects
Scientists and researchers in the field of ferroelectrics, ferromagnetics, and multiferroics
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Biljana D. Stojanovic is a full professor at the Institute for Multidisciplinary Research University of Belgrade; she is also a full member of Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia-AESS (from 2004). Dr. Stojanovic is a member of EU Projects Committee CSO COST (2007-2013) and member of the Editorial Board of peer-reviewed scientific journals, International Scientific Conferences Boards, and International Sciences Societies. Among her many leadership roles, she has coordinated 68 national and international projects. Dr. Stojanovic has published more than 300 scientific articles and has been cited 2780 times, completed 150 technical projects, and authored 5 technical patents. Dr. Stojanovic has served as the plenary, invited and keynote speaker at International conferences. She is an expert in material science field, especially in the area of nanostructured complex oxides with ferroic properties. She has edited two books.
The Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Ghenadii Korotcenkov received his Ph.D. in Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Materials and Devices in 1976, and his Doctor Habilitate Degree (Dr. Sci.) in Physics and Mathematics of Semiconductors and Dielectrics in 1990. Long time he was a leader of scientific Gas Sensor Group and manager of various national and international scientific and engineering projects carried out in Laboratory of Micro- and Optoelectronics, Technical University of Moldova. His research had financial support from International Foundations and Programs such as CRDF, MRDA, IREX, ICTP, INTAS, INCO-COPERNICUS, COST, NATO. Currently G. Korotcenkov is a research Professor in Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea.
Specialists from Former Soviet Union know G. Korotcenkov’s research results in the field of study of Schottky barriers, MOS structures, native oxides, and photoreceivers on the base of III-Vs compounds very well. His current research interests include material sciences and surface science, focused on metal oxides and solid state gas sensor design.
Korotcenkov is the author of seven books and special issues and editor of 11 books. He published fifteen invited review papers, 19 book chapters, and more than 200+ peer-reviewed articles. He is a holder of 18 patents. He presented more than 200 reports on the National and International conferences. Last years his articles had more 400 citing per annum (h-factor=33 (Scopus) and h=36 (Google Scholar)). His research activities are honored by Award of the Supreme Council of Science and Advanced Technology of the Republic of Moldova (2004), The Prize of the Presidents of Ukrainian, Belarus and Moldovan Academies of Sciences (2003), Senior Research Excellence Award of Technical University of Moldova (2001; 2003; 2005), Fellowship from International Research Exchange Board (1998), National Youth Prize of the Republic of Moldova (1980), among others.
Research Professor, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea