Dipti Ranjan Sahu

Namibia University of Science and Technology

Prof. Dipti Ranjan Sahu is working as an Associate professor in Physics at the Namibia University of Science and Technology. He received his doctoral degree in Physics from Utkal University, India. He has worked as a research fellow, postdoctoral researcher, visiting scientist and academic faculty at several institutions around the globe, including the Institute of Materials Science (India), National Taiwan University (Taiwan), National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan), and University of Witwatersrand (South Africa). His research focus is on multifunctional materials including nanomaterials, ceramics, composites, spintronics, Multiferroics, Ferroelectrics, magnetic materials, and applications of functional materials in devices. He has published 89 international journal articles, 2 book chapters, and more than 100 research articles in conference proceedings and meetings. His research publications received more than 2500 citations so far. He also acts as a reviewer for more than 25 international journals and has reviewed more than 200 articles.

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Functional materials are important materials for any technological needs and the forefront of materials research. Development of functional materials and their effective applications in the frontier fields of cross-multidisciplinary research programs is unique. This book presents an overview of different types of functional materials, including synthesis, characterization and application, and up-to-date treatment of functional materials, which are needed for structural, magnetic, polymeric, electromagnetic, etc. applications. New topics based on polymeric materials and spintronic materials are given for possible applications. The chapters of the book provide a key understanding of functional materials. It is suitable for undergraduates, graduates, and professionals, including engineers, scientists, researchers, technicians, and technology managers.

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