Announcements

  • Diana Chien wins Best Poster at 2015 UCLA Tech Forum Student Poster Competition TANMS congratulates Diana Chien for winning the "Best in Exploring Fundamental Science Poster Prize" at the 2015 UCLA Tech Forum. Diana was selected for her poster on ALD PZT thin film work, the magnetoelectric coupling effect of ALD PZT/mesoporous CFO nanocomposite, and ALD PZT voltage-controlled magnetic tunnel junctions (VMTJ) after judgement by a committee of UCLA Engineering faculty and industry representatives. The winners received a certificate and cash award. For more information see: http://www.engineer.ucla.edu/techforum/2015techforum/
    Posted Feb 12, 2015, 10:50 AM by Daria Wu
  • Scott Strutner represents TANMS at the NSF nationwide Perfect Pitch Competition TANMS is pleased to announce Scott Strutner as its representative for the 2014 NSF nationwide Perfect Pitch Competition."It has been traditional for students to present posters highlighting their research at the conference that ERCs hold each year for their industry partners. By asking students to answer the following three questions in 90 seconds—what real-life problem their research addressed, how they solved it in a unique way, and what impact it would have for society and in achieving their Center’s mission—they learn a succinct way of talking about their research in the context of societal needs and the broader impact of their success.The competition is open only to ERC undergraduates, Masters, and PhD students, all ...
    Posted Nov 5, 2014, 12:18 PM by Daria Wu
  • TANMS Center Director Awarded SPIE Lifetime Achievement Award Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor and TANMS Engineering Research Center Director, Greg P. Carman, has been selected to receive the 2015 Smart Structures and Materials Lifetime Achievement Award from SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics.   The award recognizes outstanding accomplishments in the careers of scientists and engineers in the field of smart structures and materials. Professor Carman joined the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of California Los Angeles in 1991.  He is presently the Director of a new NSF Engineering Research Center entitled Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Materials TANMS and is Executive Engineering Director of the Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology in the Department of Surgery at UCLA. Professor Carman has served as ...
    Posted Oct 16, 2014, 7:43 AM by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
  • TANMS Students Win 1st and 2nd Place in Poster Competition On August 21, 2014, CEED held it's 10th Annual RISE-UP Undergraduate Poster Competition, and the first and 2nd place winners worked on TANMS projects.   Adam Garcia was awarded 1st place for his work on Characterizing Thin Film Effects on a Reflectivity Study sponsored by the NSF-funded Center for Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Systems (TANMS), under the direction of Professor Gregory Carman.  Adam just completed his 2nd year as a Mechanical Engineering major.  Ruben Acevedo was awarded 2nd place for his work on a TANMS project entitled Micromagnetic Modeling and Simulation Using Finite Element Analysis, under the direction of Professor Abdon Sepulveda.  Ruben was sponsored on this project by Intel, through the Semiconductor Research Corporation Education Allianc ...
    Posted Sep 15, 2014, 1:20 PM by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
  • Nanoscale Multiferroic Structures for Meso-Micro Devices Workshop TANMS is hosting an interdisciplinary forum to discuss and evaluate nanoscale multiferroic elements specifically for RF applications. Workshop presentations include state of the art information on multiferroic materials as they relate to applications ranging from 1 MHz to 10 GHz.  Here the focus is on the research developments that are leading to applications of interest in the commercial and government sectors. Attendees are expected to be redominately from industry and government laboratories. The workshop includes a panel discussion led by industry and government representatives to discuss and generate a RF multiferroic roadmap for the future. >>more...
    Posted Sep 5, 2014, 3:15 PM by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
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Recent/Upcoming Events

DateSeminar
March 6, 2015 Multiscale modeling of composite multiferroics (Part II) 
February 27, 2015 Multi-scale modeling of composite multiferroics 
February 20, 2015 Strain induced magnetic anisotropy switching in TbFe_2 
February 13, 2015 Strain-mediated 180 degree perpendicular magnetization switching for heterostructure based on LLG modeling 
March 13, 2015 NSF Site Visit Preparations 
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