2012 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For seminal contributions to the science and technology of magnetic and multiferroic oxides
Neil D. Mathur mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Ferromagnetism, Thin film and Electrocaloric effect. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnetic field, Magnetization, Magnetoresistance and Multiferroics. Neil D. Mathur specializes in Magnetization, namely Magnetic structure.
His research investigates the connection between Magnetic structure and topics such as Magnetoelectric effect that intersect with problems in Landau theory. He has researched Ferroelectricity in several fields, including Phase transition, Nanotechnology, Curie temperature, Optical storage and Electric field. His Ferromagnetism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electron diffraction, Charge ordering and Capacitor.
Neil D. Mathur mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Ferroelectricity, Thin film and Manganite. His Condensed matter physics research incorporates elements of Colossal magnetoresistance, Magnetic field, Magnetization, Magnetoresistance and Phase. His Ferromagnetism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetic domain, Magnetic anisotropy, Doping and Antiferromagnetism.
Neil D. Mathur works on Ferroelectricity which deals in particular with Multiferroics. His Thin film study combines topics in areas such as Pyroelectricity, Analytical chemistry, Epitaxy and Electrocaloric effect. His research in Manganite intersects with topics in Charge ordering and Superlattice.
Neil D. Mathur spends much of his time researching Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Phase transition, Thermal and Composite material. In general Condensed matter physics study, his work on Ferromagnetism often relates to the realm of Photoemission electron microscopy, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His studies deal with areas such as Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetization, Substrate and Shear stress as well as Ferroelectricity.
His study on Phase transition also encompasses disciplines like
Neil D. Mathur focuses on Ferroelectricity, Magnetic refrigeration, Thermal, Refrigeration and Composite material. His studies in Ferroelectricity integrate themes in fields like Magnetic anisotropy, External field and Ceramic. His work carried out in the field of Magnetic refrigeration brings together such families of science as Phase transition and Ferromagnetism.
His study looks at the intersection of Phase transition and topics like Fast ion conductor with Condensed matter physics. His Condensed matter physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetization, Magnetic circular dichroism, Shear stress, Magnetometer and Shear. As part of one scientific family, Neil D. Mathur deals mainly with the area of Refrigeration, narrowing it down to issues related to the Curie temperature, and often Capacitor.
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Multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials
W. Eerenstein;N. D. Mathur;J. F. Scott.
Magnetically mediated superconductivity in heavy fermion compounds
N. D. Mathur;F. M. Grosche;S. R. Julian;I. R. Walker.
Giant Electrocaloric Effect in Thin-Film PbZr0.95Ti0.05O3
A. S. Mischenko;A. S. Mischenko;Q. Zhang;Q. Zhang;J. F. Scott;J. F. Scott;R. W. Whatmore;R. W. Whatmore.
Giant sharp and persistent converse magnetoelectric effects in multiferroic epitaxial heterostructures.
W. Eerenstein;M. Wiora;J. L. Prieto;J. F. Scott.
Nature Materials (2007)
Ferroelectric Control of Spin Polarization
Vincent Garcia;M. Bibes;L. Bocher;S. Valencia.
Comment on "Epitaxial BiFeO3 multiferroic thin film heterostructures".
W. Eerenstein;F. D. Morrison;J. Dho;M. G. Blamire.
Large Low-Field Magnetoresistance in La0.7Ca0.3Mno3 Induced by Artificial Grain-Boundaries
N. D. Mathur;G. Burnell;S. P. Isaac;T. J. Jackson.
Solid-state memories based on ferroelectric tunnel junctions
André Chanthbouala;Arnaud Crassous;Vincent Garcia;Karim Bouzehouane.
Nature Nanotechnology (2012)
Giant electrocaloric effect in the thin film relaxor ferroelectric 0.9 PbMg(1/3)Nb(2/3)O(3)-0.1 PbTiO(3) near room temperature
A. S. Mischenko;Q. Zhang;Roger W. Whatmore;J. F. Scott.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Giant electrocaloric effect in the thin film relaxor ferroelectric 0.9 PbMg_(1/3)Nb_(2/3)O_3 - 0.1 PbTiO_3 near room temperature
A. S. Mischenko;Q. Zhang;R. W. Whatmore;N. D. Mathur.
arXiv: Materials Science (2006)
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