Nanoscale Multiferroics For Electro-Magnetic Devices

Greg P. Carman

Greg P. Carman

Director, Translational Applications of Multiferroic Systems TANMS

University of California, Los Angeles

The Active Materials Research Group was started by Professor Greg P. Carman when he joined the faculty at University of California Los Angeles in 1993. Currently there are number of graduate students and undergraduate students working on various projects related to the field of active materials. The research areas studied in the lab include piezoelectric materials, magnetostrictive materials, shape memory alloys, and fiber optic sensors. A major focus of the research is to understand the response of field coupled material behavior with unique experimental equipment and apply this understanding to developing analytical models for predicting the response of the coupled material systems.

The research group receives funding from a variety of sources. The corner stone for the lab is a large grant ($3M) obtained from the Army Research Office on a Multi-Disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI). The Active Materials Lab also obtains funding from other government sources including the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, National Science Foundation, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, NASA, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In addition to government agencies the group receives funding from industrial organizations such as Northrop-Grumman, Boeing, Rockwell, Etrema, and SatCon. Every year the Active Material Lab invites selected companies to review the research conducted at UCLA on active materials

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