NSF Nanosystems Engineering Research Center for Translational Applications of Nanoscale Multiferroic Systems
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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.
TANMS Faculty Awarded $2M NSF EFRI GrantCongratulations to TANMS faculty Professors Yuanxun Ethan Wang, Greg Carman, and Chris Lynch for receiving the $2M NSF Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovations (EFRI) grant for their project titled ...
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Greg Carman, Center Director | Tom Normand, Director of Industrial Relations | Pilar O'Cadiz, Education Director
October 21, 2016
Magnetic Materials in the Spotlight of Polarized X-rays
Dr. Peter Fischer APS Fellow, IEEE Fellow | Acting Division Director, Materials Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | Adjunct Professor in Physics, Physics Department, University of California, Santa Cruz
November 4, 2016
Innovative Design and Mechanisms for ASsembling and Manipulation of Nanomotors with Ultrahigh Performances - for Biochemical Removal, Release, and Microfluidic Manipulation
Donglei (Emma) Fan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering Program, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin