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Electric-field control of magnetism

  • R. Ramesh (a1), S. Manipatruni (a2) and Ian Young (a3)

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Over the past three years, my colleagues and I have embarked on an exciting journey into electric-field control of magnetism, parts of which we describe in this article. What we present to you is something that we believe is extremely exciting from both a fundamental science and applications perspective, and has the potential to revolutionize our world. Needless to say, this will require a lot of new innovations, both in the fundamental science arena as well as translating scientific discoveries into real applications. We hope this article will help spur more research in electric-field control of magnetism within the broad materials community.

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This article is based on The Fred Kavli Distinguished Lectureship in Materials Science presentation given by Ramamoorthy Ramesh, University of California, Berkeley, at the 2018 MRS Spring Meeting in Phoenix, Ariz.

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Electric-field control of magnetism

  • R. Ramesh (a1), S. Manipatruni (a2) and Ian Young (a3)

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