Masaki Adachi, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, wins a SSDM Young Researcher Award in International Conference on Solid State Devices and Material
On 28th September 2015, Mr. Masaaki Adachi, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, wins a SSDM Young Researcher Award in International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials (SSDM).
The SSDM Young Researcher Award will be given for outstanding young researchers presented at the conference last year. The award recipients will be decided by the program committee.
< About awarded research >
In this study, we have controlled the epitaxial strain in the thin films to induce a coupling effect of the flexoelectric polarization and magnetic polarization. We have succeeded in enhancing the magnetic resonance frequency from 10 GHz to approximately 400 GHz in the strained thin films of rare earth iron garnets. The results will be utilized in the enhancement of signal intensity and calculation speed of spintronic and magnonic devices.
< comments >
It is a great honor to receive this award. This award will encourage me to immerse myself in the study of materials science in the future. I would like to appreciate Prof. Tabata and his lab members deeply for their kind support and guidance.