What is TANMS?
The Nanosystems ERC for Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Systems (TANMS) is a multi-institutional Engineering Research Center focusing on research, technology translation, and education associated with magnetism on the small scale. TANMS’s vision is to develop a fundamentally new approach coupling electricity to magnetism using engineered nanoscale multiferroic elements to enable increased energy efficiency, reduced physical size, and increased power output in consumer electronics. This new nanoscale multiferroic approach overcomes the scaling limitations present in the century-old mechanism to control magnetism that was originally discovered by Oersted in 1820. TANMS’s goals are to translate its research discoveries on nanoscale multiferroics to industry while seamlessly integrating a cradle-to-career education philosophy involving all of its students and future engineers in unique research and entrepreneurial experiences.

  • Advances from Salahuddin Group on Detecting Magnetic Fields with Diamond Dust Generates Buzz in the Research Community Research led by Professor Sayeef Salahuddin's group at UC Berkeley is set to revolutionize science and industry with a magnetic sensor that reduces the energy required to power magnetic ...
    Posted by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
  • Research from TANMS 3D Team Featured on Advances in Engineering Research recently published by Dr. Roberto Lo Conte, postdoctoral researcher under Professor Jeffrey Bokor at the UC Berkeley Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was featured online by Advances ...
    Posted Aug 30, 2018, 10:44 AM by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
  • TANMS Graduate Student Awarded the 2018-19 ALS Doctoral Fellowship in Residence TANMS graduate student, Zhuyun "Maggie" Xiao, has been named a recipient of the highly coveted Advanced Light Source (ALS) Doctoral Fellowship in Residence for 2018-19. This internationally recognized fellowship ...
    Posted Jul 31, 2018, 6:14 PM by Tsai-Tsai O-Lee
  • TANMS Doctoral Student Wins Best Paper Award at IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium TANMS doctoral student, Sidhant Tiwari, has received the Best Student Paper Award in the Sensor and Transducers group at the 2018 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium held in Olympic Valley ...
    Posted May 31, 2018, 12:24 PM by Michelle Schwartz
  • TANMS Graduate Student Received Distinguished Master's Thesis Award for Research Work at TANMS TANMS graduate student, Zhuyun Xiao, has been awarded the 2017-2018 Distinguished Master's Thesis Award in Physical & Wave Electronics of the UCLA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her ...
    Posted May 29, 2018, 9:19 AM by Michelle Schwartz
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Recent and Upcoming Seminars
October 5, 2018 Iron Garnets: Enabling Materials for Magnonics, Photonics, and Spintronics Professor Caroline Ross - Associate Head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
May 12, 2017 Nano-magnetic Manipulation of Cells Professor Dino Di Carlo, Ph.D. - Professor and Graduate Vice Chair, UCLA Department of Bioengineering 
March 3, 2017 Career Development Series Part III: Pitch Perfect Resume Writing David Blancha, UCLA Career Center, STEM Manager- Graduate Student Services 
February 24, 2017 Ultrafast and Very Small: Discover Nanoscale Magnetism With Picosecond Time Resolution Using X-Rays Dr. Hendrik Ohldag, 2017 IEEE Distinguished Lecturer/SLAC 
February 17, 2017 Career Development Series Part II: Networking to Create and Manage Your Professional Identity David Blancha, UCLA Career Center, STEM Manager- Graduate Student Services 
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