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9783527346325

Nonlinear Optics on Ferroic Materials

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2023-11-20
  • Publisher: Wiley-VCH

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Covering the fruitful combination of nonlinear optics and ferroic materials!

Nonlinear Optics on Ferroic Materials features three fields of physics: symmetry; magnetic or electric, long-range (ferroic) order; and nonlinear laser optics. The book begins by introducing the fundamentals of each of field. Next, it discusses how nonlinear optical studies help to reveal properties that are inaccessible with standard characterization techniques. A systematic discussion is also provided of the unique degrees of freedom of the nonlinear-optical probing of ferroics. The final section of the book explores material classes of primary interest in contemporary condensed-matter physics. This includes multiferroics with magnetoelectric correlations and oxide-electronic materials as well as the applications related to the optical properties of ferroic materials. The book concludes with a look toward future developments in using nonlinear optics to study ferroic materials.

  • Reviews original methods and approaches to applications such as oxide-electronic devices, superconductors, and topological insulators
  • Examines how nonlinear optics and ferroics complement each other for the elucidation of materials properties and the development of new devices
  • Serves as a reference for experienced scientists and innovative researchers

The use of nonlinear optics for the study of ferroic materials has seen rising interest in recent years, therefore Nonlinear Optics is a prime resource for researchers in this field today.

Manfred Fiebig, PhD, is Professor of Multifunctional Ferroic Materials in the Department of Materials at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He served as head, resp. deputy head of the Department from 2014-2018. His recent honors include election as APS Fellow, an ERC Advanced Investigator Grant and a three-year appointment as Guest Professor at the Japanese research institute RIKEN.

Author Biography

Manfred Fiebig completed a degree (Diploma) in physics at the University of Dortmund, Germany, in 1992, obtaining a PhD from the same university in 1996. From 1997 to 1999, he was a JST Research Fellow (Japan Science and Technology) at the University of Tokyo, Dept. of Applied Physics, Japan. In 1999, he returned to the University of Dortmund, where he headed a Junior Research Group until 2001. He was also habilitated at this university in 2001. From 2002 to 2006, Professor Fiebig worked as a DFG (German Research Foundation) Heisenberg Fellow at the Max Born Institute for Non-Linear Optics and Short-Pulse Spectroscopy in Berlin. In 2006, he was appointed Professor of Experimental Solid-State Physics at the University of Bonn, Germany; a position he held until 2011. Since 2011, Manfred Fiebig has been a Professor of Multifunctional Ferroic Materials in the Department of Materials at ETH Zurich where he now heads a group of about 20 people from, presently, 12 different countries. He served as head, resp. deputy head of the Department from 2014-2018. His recent honors include election as APS Fellow, an ERC Advanced Investigator Grant and a three-year appointment as Guest Professor at the Japanese research institute RIKEN.

Table of Contents

PART I. THE INGREDIENTS AND THEIR COMBINATION
General Introduction
Symmetry
Ferroic Order
Nonlinear Optics
Experimental Aspects

PART II. NOVEL FUNCTIONALITIES
Polarisation-Dependent Spectroscopy
Spatial Resolution -
Domains
Temporal Resolution -
Correlation Dynamics
Microscopic Origin of Nonlinear Magnetooptics
Optical Aspects
Simulation of Domain Structures

PART III. MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
Type-I Multiferroics -
Hexagonal Manganites
Type-II Multiferroics -
Magnetically Driven Ferroelectric Order
Ferrotoroidicity as Fourth Form of Primary Ferroic Order
Multiferroics Beyond Coupled Magnetic and Electric Order
Understanding Ferroelectricity in Thin Films
Tracking the Emergence of Ferroic Properties in Oxide Films and Heterostructures Throughout the Growth Process
Applications

PART IV. OUTLOOK
New Material Systems
Other Issues

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