2020 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering contributions in understanding the transport of ionic and electronic conduction at confined oxide heterointerfaces, and the response of these material systems to external stimuli, including electric and magnetic fields, light and stress
Nini Pryds focuses on Magnetic refrigeration, Oxide, Regenerative heat exchanger, Mechanics and Thermoelectric effect. Nini Pryds has researched Magnetic refrigeration in several fields, including Mechanical engineering, Refrigeration, Magnet, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Heat transfer fluid. Her Oxide research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Conductivity, Heterojunction and Metal.
Her work carried out in the field of Regenerative heat exchanger brings together such families of science as Span, Magnetism, Volumetric flow rate and Thermal. Her Mechanics study incorporates themes from Scientific method, Deposition and Spray forming. The concepts of her Thermoelectric effect study are interwoven with issues in Joule, Doping, Spark plasma sintering, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Composite material.
Her primary scientific interests are in Oxide, Magnetic refrigeration, Condensed matter physics, Metallurgy and Analytical chemistry. Her work in Oxide tackles topics such as Heterojunction which are related to areas like Conductivity, Amorphous solid and Nanotechnology. Nini Pryds has included themes like Mechanical engineering, Magnet, Thermodynamics, Regenerative heat exchanger and Mechanics in her Magnetic refrigeration study.
Her Metallurgy research includes elements of Composite material and Supercooling. Her studies in Analytical chemistry integrate themes in fields like Pulsed laser deposition, Thermoelectric effect, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Scanning electron microscope. As part of the same scientific family, Nini Pryds usually focuses on Pulsed laser deposition, concentrating on Optoelectronics and intersecting with Thin film.
Nini Pryds mainly investigates Oxide, Condensed matter physics, Optoelectronics, Heterojunction and Thin film. Her Oxide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics, Amorphous solid, Metal, Analytical chemistry and Redox. Her study in Metal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Composite material and Insulator.
Nini Pryds interconnects Layer and Electrical resistivity and conductivity in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry. Her Heterojunction study combines topics in areas such as Mesoscopic physics, Nanotechnology, Nanostructure and Conductivity. Her Thin film study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ionic bonding, Chemical engineering and Electrode.
Nini Pryds mainly focuses on Heterojunction, Condensed matter physics, Oxide, Perovskite and Thermoelectric generator. She combines subjects such as Thin film, Nanotechnology, Electron mobility and Conductivity with her study of Heterojunction. Her Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical physics and Amorphous solid.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Optoelectronics, Electronic properties, Thermoelectric materials and Analytical chemistry in addition to Oxide. Her Analytical chemistry research includes themes of Pulsed laser deposition, Excimer laser and Atmospheric temperature range. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanical engineering, Heat exchanger and Composite material, Microstructure.
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Materials Challenges for High Performance Magnetocaloric Refrigeration Devices
Anders Smith;Christian Bahl;Rasmus Bjørk;Kurt Engelbrecht.
Advanced Energy Materials (2012)
Metallic and Insulating Interfaces of Amorphous SrTiO3-Based Oxide Heterostructures
Yunzhong Chen;Nini Pryds;Josée E. Kleibeuker;Gertjan Koster.
Nano Letters (2011)
A high-mobility two-dimensional electron gas at the spinel/perovskite interface of γ-Al2O3/SrTiO3.
Yunzhong Chen;N. Bovet;Felix Trier;Dennis Christensen.
Nature Communications (2013)
The 2016 oxide electronic materials and oxide interfaces roadmap
M. Lorenz;M. S. Ramachandra Rao;T. Venkatesan;E. Fortunato.
Journal of Physics D (2016)
Enhancement of the Thermoelectric Performance of p‐Type Layered Oxide Ca3Co4O9+δ Through Heavy Doping and Metallic Nanoinclusions
Ngo Van Nong;Nini Pryds;Søren Linderoth;Michitaka Ohtaki.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Review on numerical modeling of active magnetic regenerators for room temperature applications
Kaspar Kirstein Nielsen;Jaka Tusek;Kurt Engelbrecht;Sandro Schopfer.
International Journal of Refrigeration-revue Internationale Du Froid (2011)
The Elastocaloric Effect: A Way to Cool Efficiently
Jaka Tusek;Kurt Engelbrecht;Rubén Millán-Solsona;Lluis Mañosa.
Advanced Energy Materials (2015)
A regenerative elastocaloric heat pump
Jaka Tušek;Jaka Tušek;Kurt Engelbrecht;Dan Eriksen;Stefano Dall’Olio.
Nature Energy (2016)
Towards Oxide Electronics: a Roadmap
M. Coll;J. Fontcuberta;M. Althammer;M. Bibes.
Applied Surface Science (2019)
Elastocaloric effect of Ni-Ti wire for application in a cooling device
Jaka Tusek;Kurt Engelbrecht;Lars Pilgaard Mikkelsen;Nini Pryds.
Journal of Applied Physics (2015)
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