Magnetronic Materials Lab. (磁電材料實驗室)
Location: Room 515-1, College of Science
PI: Dr. Tai-Chun Han
1. Research Specialty:
Magnetoelectric Materials, Thin Film Physics, Magnetic Physics (experimental)
2. Research Interests:
Our laboratory focuses on studying the magnetic, dielectric and magnetoelectric properties of metal oxides including bulk and nanoscale materials and the new developed multiferroics. The recent research topics include:
(1). Magnetoelectric Materials: Synthesis and develop multifunctional magnetoelectric materials and study the coupling between magnetic and electric orderings.
(2). Ceramic Materials: Study the size effects on the physical properties (magnetic, ferroelectric, and dielectric properties) of ceramic oxides.
(3). Fabrication of complex oxide nanostructures and heterostructures for next generation devices.
Our research focuses on fabrication of metal oxides and studies their physical properties.
(1). Sol-gel and solid-state reaction methods are used to synthesize complex oxides.
(2). Using LCR-Meter (Agilent E4980A) to probe the dielectric relaxation in multiferroic materials.
(3). Room temperature ferroelectric measurements were performed using a Sawyer-Tower circuit and an aixACCT TF analyzer.
Fig. 1: LCR-Meter
Fig. 2: aixACCT TF Analyzer