1. General introduction
2. One-dimensional magnonics
3. Two-dimensional magnonics
4. Three-dimensional magnonics
Magnonics provides an investigation of modern systems having a discrete matrix description. Classical continuous systems relying on the use of differential equations are recalled and shown to generally have a specific limit on their corresponding modern matrix formulation. Also, discrete-continuous systems are addressed.
A detailed description of the mathematical languages that enables readers to find the composite system linear transmission properties is provided in the appendix. The physical model is described with exacting detail, and the bibliography is built to cite – in chronological order – all the scientists that have contributed to interface transmission in composite systems over many years.
The volumes comprising the Interface Transmission Tutorial series are written with the aim of providing an up-to-date and concise summary of the present knowledge of interface transmission science. The volumes foster the exchange of ideas among scientists interested in different aspects of interface transmission.
Each volume of this Interface Transmission Tutorial series is designed as a text, a reference, and a source. It serves as an introduction to advanced graduate students and to researchers and scientists with little acquaintance with the subject, and is also useful in keeping the specialists informed about general progress in the field.
- Offers a unique approach to magnonics from the interfacial transmission point of view
- Teaches the modern physics of interface transmission and in particular magnonics through composite systems
- Authored and edited by world-leading experts on Interface Transmission
Students, researchers and scientists in surface science, condensed matter physics, and materials science
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- 1st September 2018
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Professor Leonard Dobrzynski obtained his Diploma d' Etudes Physics and his Doctorate from the University Paris, France.He started his professional career at the National Centre for Scientific Research, University of California, Irvine, followed by the National Center for Scientific Research, Grenoble and Lille, France. Further he became research director in Lille and Madrid, Maitre de Conferences FUPL, Lille, and Professor of Physics at the Federation University and Polytechnique de Lille. Since 2008 he has been Emeritus Research Director. He is a recipient of the Prix Special, Society des Sciences, Lille, and a member of the Society Francaise Physique, Society Europeenne de Physique. He is Editor of the journal Surface Science Reports, Editor of Handbook of Surfaces and Interfaces, and co-author of Surface Phonons and Polaritons. He has published 251 articles in international scientific journals.
Senior Investigator, National Center for Scientific Research, Lille University, France