Materials Science

Advanced Magnetic Materials

Edited by Leszek Malkinski, ISBN 978-953-51-0637-1, 242 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published May 24, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/2298

This book reports on recent progress in emerging technologies, modern characterization methods, theory and applications of advanced magnetic materials. It covers broad spectrum of topics: technology and characterization of rapidly quenched nanowires for information technology; fabrication and properties of hexagonal ferrite films for microwave communication; surface reconstruction of magnetite for spintronics; synthesis of multiferroic composites for novel biomedical applications, optimization of electroplated inductors for microelectronic devices; theory of magnetism of Fe-Al alloys; and two advanced analytical approaches for modeling of magnetic materials using Everett integral and the inverse problem approach. This book is addressed to a diverse group of readers with general background in physics or materials science, but it can also benefit specialists in the field of magnetic materials.

Dr. Leszek Malkinski

University of New Orleans, United States of America

Education

  • 1973 – 1977

    Hugo Kollontaj XXI High School, Warsaw

  • 1977 - 1984

    Applied Physics and Mathematics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw

    Applied Physics

  • 1986 – 1991

    Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

    Physics of Magnetic Materials

Edited Books

  • Advanced Magnetic Materials

    This book reports on recent progress in emerging technologies, modern characterization methods, theory and applications of advanced magnetic materials. It covers broad spectrum of topics: technology and characterization of rapidly quenched nanowires for information technology; fabrication and properties of hexagonal ferrite films for microwave communication; surface reconstruction of magnetite for spintronics; synthesis of multiferroic composites for novel biomedical applications, optimization of electroplated inductors for microelectronic devices; theory of magnetism of Fe-Al alloys; and two advanced analytical approaches for modeling of magnetic materials using Everett integral and the inverse problem approach. This book is addressed to a diverse group of readers with general background in physics or materials science, but it can also benefit specialists in the field of magnetic materials.

Publications