• Light scattering studies of organic field effect transistors 

    Adil, Danish, 1984- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    Organic semiconductors hold a great promise of enabling new technology based on low cost and flexible electronic devices. While much work has been done in the field of organic semiconductors, the field is still quite ...
  • Magnetic-ferroelectric interactions in RMnO₃ 

    Wang, Yuan, 1978 November 12- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    Hexagonal RMnO₃ is multiferroic material as a combination of frustrated antiferromagnet (TN =72K) and ferroelectric (TC=875K) which consists of multiple temperature and field-dependent phases. Strong coupling between the ...
  • Many-body contributions to spin relaxation in semiconductors 

    Mower, Matthew D., 1983- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    Spintronics has the potential to play a significant role in future electronic devices. The success of the field hinges on our ability to maintain and propagate spin signals over various length scales and periods of time. ...
  • Neutron scattering studies of yttrium doped rare-earth hexagonal multiferroics 

    Gunasekera, Jagath C. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    Multiferroics are set of materials that exhibit both magnetic (ferro or antiferromagnetic) and ferroelectric order. Our studies focused on hexagonal RMnO3 (R = Ho, Y, Dy and Er), where strong coupling has been observed in ...
  • Spin-wave spintronics 

    Liu, Tianyu (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
    Spin waves in insulating magnets are ideal carriers for spin currents with low energy dissipation. An electric field can modify the dispersion of spin waves, by directly affecting, via spin-orbit coupling, the electrons ...