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Device Materials Group

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Our Equipment

The Device Materials Group is home to a wide range of film growth and nanofabrication equipment as well as a diverse suite of magnetic and electronic characterisation techniques.

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Our Research

Covering a diverse range of themes, the research conducted in the Device Materials Group spans a range of disciplines. From electrocalorics to functional oxides, our research encompasses fundamental research as well as applied device development.

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Keep up to date with out latest publications and find out what the group is working on at the moment.

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The group holds regular seminars and is often host to external speakers, keep up to date with our next events here.

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BBC Radio 5 live Science


Dr Sohini Kar-Narayan featured in this week's BBC Radio 5 live Science series. This special edition panel discussion covered the "Future of Energy" and featured scientists who specialise...
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Evidence of Gap-less superconductivity in a conventional BCS superconductor

Wed 12 Nov - 5pm, Goldsmiths 1

Avradeep Pal

Nanofabrication Techniques for Hybrid Quantum Systems

Wed 26 Nov - 5pm, Goldsmiths 1

Jessica Maclean (University of Nottingham)

Martensitic transformation in epitaxial magnetic shape memory films

Mon 8 Dec - 4pm, Goldsmiths 1

Robert Niemann (IFW Dresden, TU Dresden)

Mechanochemistry: a simple route to prepare nanostructured ceramics at room temperature

Wed 10 Dec - 5pm, Goldsmiths 1

Pedro Sanchez Jimenez

The study of functional materials has underpinned the enormous changes in information technology and electronic systems seen in the past decades. Research in the Department on device materials spans many of the most exciting areas in which the functional properties of new materials are being understood and developed.