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Accessing Developing Markets for Your Product The consumer markets in Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) now are responsible for a sizable portion of the profits for most global companies. Working against this prize is a formidable maze of culture, laws, and overlapping regulations, causing confusion surrounding the regulatory requirements. If you are considering entering the BRIC marketplace with your electrical and electronic products, you need knowledge of how to obtain the necessary regulatory approvals for EMC, telecom, and product…Find out more »
Co-sponsored by: Dr. Robert Schull, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD The Hall Effects Edwin Hall Never Imagined Talk at NIST Gaithersburg, MD. Location: Gaithersburg, MarylandFind out more »
[Legacy Report] Ultrafast and Very Small: Discover Nanoscale Magnetism With Picosecond Time Resolution Using X-Rays
Co-sponsored by: NIST, Gaithersburg, MD IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer talk at NIST, Gaithersburg hosted by Dr. Robert Shull and Magnetics Society DC/VA Chapter. Speaker(s): Hendrik Ohldag, Location: Gaithersburg, MarylandFind out more »
[Legacy Report] Functionalized Hybrid Nanomagnets: New Materials for Innovations in Energy Storage and Medical Theranostics
Co-sponsored by: NIST, Gaithersburg, MD Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer talk at NIST, Gaithersburg, MD hosted by Robert Shull and DC/VA Magnetics Chapter Speaker(s): Michael Farle, Location: Gaithersburg, MarylandFind out more »
Co-sponsored by: CH02100 - Northern Virginia/Balt/Wash Jt Sections Chap,SIT30 Every engineer dreams of obtaining a patent. Stuart Shapiro and Patrick Finnan will take you through the journey of the steps involved, what typically qualifies and what you can do yourself and what might be best left to a patent attorney. Along the way they will share some interesting examples of patents, challenges from trolls and getting a patent in a corporate environment. They will also talk about how the patent…Find out more »
AbstractCavity spintronics (also known as spin cavitronics) is a newly developing, interdisciplinary field that brings together microwave and optical communities with researchers in spintronics and magnetism. The field started around 2014 when it was found that ferromagnets in cavities hybridize with both microwaves and light by light-matter interaction . Since then, the emergence of cavity spintronics has attracted broad interest from groups studying quantum electrodynamics, cavity polaritons, optomechanics, superconductivity, plasmonics, and phononics. At the center stage of the topic is…Find out more »
Distinguished Magnetics Lecture: Tuning Magnetic Anisotropy in Nanostructures for Biomedical and Electromagnetic Applications
Magnetic nanoparticles have been building blocks in applications ranging from high density recording to spintronics and nanomedicine . Magnetic anisotropies in nanoparticles arising from surfaces, shapes, and interfaces in hybrid structures are important in determining the functional response in various applications. In this talk I will first introduce the basic aspects of anisotropy and discuss resonant radio-frequency (RF) transverse susceptibility, which we have used extensively, as a powerful method to probe the effective anisotropy in magnetic materials. The tuning of…Find out more »