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【复材专家系列5】Electromagnetic effects for miniature sensor technology
发布者:管理员 日期:2017/5/23 浏览次数: 539次

Professor Larissa V Panina


 Leading Scientist
School of Novel Materials and Nanotechnology
National University of Science and Technology, MISIS, Moscow, Russia
Visiting Professor, University of Plymouth
时间:2017年05月23、24、25、27日 13:30-15:00
地点:硅材料重点实验室4号楼复材所205会议室

邀请人:彭华新 教授,秦发祥 研究员


Abstract

The aim of this series of lectures is to introduce physical principles of miniature sensors exploiting electrodynamic effects. We will get an introduction to inductive sensors and magnetoimpedance (MI) sensors which are utilizing ferromagnetic amorphous microwires. Also we will let the sensors compete against each other in order to discover their strength, weaknesses, and opportunities. The overall objective of this short program is to give you hands-on experience in sensor design, output parameter optimization and ideas how the sensors could be used in functional materials. The program is divided into five specialist parts which include:

 

1Basic equations and quantities of electrodynamics. Magnetoresistance and search- coil magnetometry
2Magnetostriction. Magnetic energy. Domain structure in microwires with positive magnetostriction. Magnetic wireless sensing based on fast domain propagation.
3Domain structure in negative magnetostrictive wires and Magnetoinductive effect.
4Magnetoimpedance effect in microwires
5Magnetoimpedance at GHz frequencies and application to structural materials
6Magnetopolarization effect for wireless stress/temperature sensing. Electromagnetic effects for miniature sensor technology


Prof. L. V. Panina graduated from Moscow State University, Physical department. In 1990-1998 she was with
Nagoya University (Japan), Dept. of Electrical Engineering, where she gained a wide experience in magnetic sensor physics and technology. In 1999-2013 she worked in Plymouth University, UK, developing the field of electromagnetic sensors based on giant magnetoimpedance (GMI). In 2013 she joined NUST MISIS bringing with her a growing international research on GMI and composite structural materials. To date, nearly 160 peer review journal papers and 9 specialized book chapters have been published. Main papers on magnetoimpedance, artificial optical magnetism and magnetic metamaterials have a substantial citation index (>400). She has h-index of 32.

 

浙大复材专家系列讲座 5

InCSI Special Composites Seminar (No.5)

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