By Brady Oppenheim
Materials Science and Engineering students shared their cutting-edge research at the March 4 – 8 American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting in Boston:
- I-Ting Chiu’s talk was entitled “Phase transitions and magnetic domain coexistence in Nd₀.₅Sr₀.₅MnO₃ thin films”
- Jianheng Li presented a poster entitled "Fluctuation Dynamics of ferroelectric nano-domains in BaTiO₃ thin films"
- Dr. Yayoi Takamura's talk was entitled “Local Control of Magneto-crystalline Anisotropy of La₀.₇Sr₀.₃MnO₃ Thin Films through Ion Implantation”
- Dr. Roopali Kukreja's talk was entitled "X-ray imaging of ionically-controlled nanoscale phase separation in cobaltites."
This year’s APS March Meeting welcomed more than 11,000 physicists, scientists and students representing 28 APS units and committees.
Congratulations to the UC Davis APS delegation on their excellent research representation.