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    • Concomitant light-reversible magnetic response in multiferroic oxide heterostructures for multiphysics applications 

      López Sánchez, Jesús; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Quesada, Adrián; Rivelles, Alejandro; Abuín, Manuel; Sainz, Raquel; Sebastiani-Tofano, Eugenia; Rubio Zuazo, Juan; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo; Rubio Marcos, Fernando (2024-04-17)
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      The concept of multiphysics, where materials respond to diverse external stimuli, such as magnetic fields, electric fields, light irradiation, stress, heat, and chemical reactions, plays a fundamental role in the development ...
    • Enhancement of piezoelectric properties stability of submicron-structured piezoceramics obtained by spark plasma sintering 

      Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Rubio Marcos, Fernando; García García, José Eduardo (Elsevier, 2018-06-19)
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      Grain-size effect on functional properties of piezoceramics is nowadays an important topic due to the potential applications of these materials at the submicron scale. In this context, we explore the effect of the grain ...
    • Flash sintering of potassium-sodium niobate-based piezoceramics: refining (micro)structure for properties enhancement 

      López Blanco, Samuel; Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Barrón Portela, Andrea; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; García García, José Eduardo (Elsevier, 2024-03)
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      Low-consumption ceramics processing routes are expected to replace conventional ones due to environmental concerns. In this context, flash sintering is garnering interest because it allows dense ceramics to be obtained in ...
    • Light-driven motion of charged domain walls in isolated ferroelectrics 

      Ordóñez Pimentel, Jonathan; Venet, Michel; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo (American Physical Society (APS), 2022-12-26)
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      Light-induced ferroelectric domain wall motion turns out to be a promising phenomenon to de- velop new photo-controlled devices. However, the physical origin of this ligh-matter coupling when material is irradiated with ...
    • Light-induced capacitance tunability in ferroelectric crystals 

      Páez Margarit, David; Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo (2018-07-05)
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      The remote controlling of ferroic properties with light is nowadays a hot and highly appealing topic in materials science. Here, we shed light on some of the unresolved issues surrounding light–matter coupling in ferroelectrics. ...
    • Light-induced strain and its correlation with the optical absorption at charged domain walls in polycrystalline ferroelectrics 

      Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Pamies, Paula; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Tiana, Jordi; Ordóñez Pimentel, Jonathan; Venet, Michel; Rojas Hernández, Rocio E.; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo (Elsevier, 2023-06)
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      Photostrictive materials have a growing interest because of their great potential as light-driven actuators, among other optomechanical applications. In this context, the optical control of macroscopic strain in ferroelectrics ...
    • Photo-controlled ferroelectric-based nanoactuators 

      Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Páez Margarit, David; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo (2019-04-02)
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      Finding a feasible principle for a future generation of nano-optomechanical systems is a matter of intensive research, because it may provide new device prospects for optoelectronics and nanomanipulation techniques. Here ...
    • Photocontrolled strain in polycrystalline ferroelectrics via domain engineering strategy 

      Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Ordoñez Pimentel, Jonathan; Venet, Michel; Rojas Hernández, Rocio E.; Páez Margarit, David; Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; García García, José Eduardo (2021-05-05)
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      The use of photonic concepts to achieve nanoactuation based on light triggering requires complex architectures to obtain the desired effect.In thiscontext, the recent discoveryof reversible optical control of the domain ...
    • Polymorphic phase boundary in piezoelectric oxides 

      García García, José Eduardo; Rubio Marcos, Fernando (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2020-04-01)
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      The design of phase boundaries has now become a consolidated strategy to improve the functional properties of piezoelectric oxides because of the unique properties that may be obtained in their vicinity. In particular, ...
    • Reversible optical control of magnetism in engineered artificial multiferroics 

      Ochoa Guerrero, Diego A.; Menéndez, Enric; López Sánchez, Jesús; Del Campo Garcia, Angel Adolfo; Ma, Zheng; Spasojevic, Irena; Fina, Ignasi; Fernández Lozano, José Francisco; Rubio Marcos, Fernando; Sort Viñas, Jordi; García García, José Eduardo (2024)
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      Optical means instead of electric fields may offer a new pathway for low-power and wireless control of magnetism, holding great potential to design next-generation memory and spintronic devices. Artificial multiferroic ...