2019 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For theoretical contributions to advance the field of multiferroics.
2017 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences
2017 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2013 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For her development and implementation of new computational and theoretical tools for computing the properties of complex solids and their application to the rational design and understanding of new multifunctional materials, and for her profound and diverse contributions to Physics education
Nicola A. Spaldin focuses on Condensed matter physics, Multiferroics, Ferroelectricity, Ferromagnetism and Density functional theory. Her Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Magnetization and Bismuth ferrite. Her Multiferroics research includes themes of Néel temperature, Characterization, Polarization, Thin film and Electric field.
Her research integrates issues of Smart material, Nanotechnology, Order of magnitude, Polarization density and Domain wall in her study of Ferroelectricity. Her study explores the link between Ferromagnetism and topics such as Spontaneous magnetization that cross with problems in Ferrimagnetism and Coupling. Her Density functional theory research includes elements of Ion and Ab initio.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Multiferroics, Density functional theory and Magnetism. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polarization and Magnetization. Her study in the field of Bismuth ferrite is also linked to topics like Epitaxy.
Her Multiferroics study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition, Nanotechnology, Polarization density and Topological defect. While the research belongs to areas of Density functional theory, Nicola A. Spaldin spends her time largely on the problem of Phonon, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Excitation. Her Magnetism study frequently involves adjacent topics like Electric field.
Nicola A. Spaldin mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Density functional theory, Multiferroics and Magnetic field. Condensed matter physics is closely attributed to Ionic bonding in her research. Her work carried out in the field of Ferroelectricity brings together such families of science as Polarization, Polarization and Surface charge.
She interconnects Thin film and Polar in the investigation of issues within Polarization. She has researched Density functional theory in several fields, including Symmetry, Atom, Ground state, Ion and Electron. The various areas that Nicola A. Spaldin examines in her Multiferroics study include Magnetism, Polarization density, Crystal structure, Lattice and Engineering physics.
Nicola A. Spaldin mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Density functional theory, Multiferroics and Magnetic field. Her study in Condensed matter physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Field, Quantum and Muon. Her work deals with themes such as Polarization, Tensile strain, Strontium titanate and Coupling, which intersect with Ferroelectricity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Pair distribution function, Multipole expansion, Electronic structure, Term and Magnetoelectric effect in addition to Density functional theory. Her work on Hexagonal manganites as part of general Multiferroics research is frequently linked to Order, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research in Magnetic field intersects with topics in Molecular vibration, Raman spectroscopy, Atom, Relaxation and Magnet.
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Epitaxial BiFeO3 multiferroic thin film heterostructures.
J. Wang;J. B. Neaton;H. Zheng;V. Nagarajan.
Multiferroics: progress and prospects in thin films.
R. Ramesh;Nicola A. Spaldin.
Nature Materials (2007)
The Renaissance of Magnetoelectric Multiferroics
Nicola A. Spaldin;Manfred Fiebig.
Weak ferromagnetism and magnetoelectric coupling in bismuth ferrite
Claude Ederer;Nicola A. Spaldin.
Physical Review B (2005)
First-principles study of spontaneous polarization in multiferroic Bi Fe O 3
J. B. Neaton;C. Ederer;U. V. Waghmare;N. A. Spaldin.
Physical Review B (2005)
Electrical control of antiferromagnetic domains in multiferroic BiFeO3 films at room temperature.
T. Zhao;T. Zhao;A. Scholl;F. Zavaliche;K. Lee.
Nature Materials (2006)
The origin of ferroelectricity in magnetoelectric YMnO3.
Bas B. Van Aken;Thomas T.M. Palstra;Alessio Filippetti;Alessio Filippetti;Nicola A. Spaldin.
Nature Materials (2004)
Conduction at domain walls in oxide multiferroics
J. Seidel;L. W. Martin;L. W. Martin;Q. He;Q. Zhan.
Nature Materials (2009)
A Strain-Driven Morphotropic Phase Boundary in BiFeO3
R. J. Zeches;M. D. Rossell;J. X. Zhang;A. J. Hatt.
Magnetic Materials : Fundamentals and Applications
Nicola Ann Spaldin.
Published in <b>2011</b> in Cambridge by Cambridge university press (2010)
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