Title: Current State of Ferrite Materials and Their Microwave and Millimeter Wave Applications
Speaker: Vincent Harris
Host: Mangui Han
Vincent Harris has had a distinguished career as an engineer, scientist, inventor, entrepreneur and leader of engineers and scientists for more than 25 years. His professional preparation includes degrees in engineering (Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.) and technology management (M.Sc. Eng. Mgt., M.Sc. Exec. Tech. Mgt.) the latter bestowed by the UPenn-Wharton School. He presently holds the University Distinguished Professor and William Lincoln Smith Chair of Electrical Engineering at Northeastern University. He is the Founder and Director of the Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits (CM3IC) that is internationally renowned for its accomplishments in microwave magnetic materials and devices.
In this talk, he will review and explore recent developments in Y, Z, and M type hexaferrites as powders, compacts, and thin and thick films. And he will also present and discuss their intrinsic structural and magnetic properties as well as performance in the device applications including self-biased circulators, phase shifters, and antenna substrates.
Welcome to attend!
Time: 9 July (Wednesday) 2014, 16:00
Venue: Room 137, Weigu Building