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Búsqueda de socios para continuar con el desarrollo de películas delgadas de hexaferritas magnetoeléctricas para dispositivos de memoria y sensores de campo magnético o eléctrico

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOCZ20181018001
Publicado:
06/11/2018
Caducidad:
07/11/2019
Resumen:
Un instituto de investigación checo ha desarrollado una tecnología para preparar películas delgadas de hexaferritas multiferroicas que presentan un efecto magnetoeléctrico a temperatura cercana a la del ambiente o por encima de esta. La tecnología utiliza compuestos inorgánicos convencionales como precursores metálicos, agua como principal disolvente y modificadores orgánicos que confieren a la solución una estabilidad química satisfactoria y propiedades reológicas y humectantes óptimas. Las nuevas aplicaciones incluyen, por ejemplo, dispositivos de memoria programables eléctricamente y sensores y actuadores de campo magnético o eléctrico de nueva generación. El instituto busca investigadores para desarrollar aplicaciones magnetoeléctricas/multiferroicas y establecer acuerdos de cooperación técnica o en materia de investigación.

Details

Tittle:
Partners sought for further development of oriented thin films of magnetoelectric hexaferrites for memory devices, magnetic or electric field sensors applications
Summary:
A Czech research institute has developed technology for preparation of thin oriented films of multiferroic hexaferrites that show magnetoelectric effect close or above room temperature. New applications are e.g. four-state or electrically addressable computer memory devices and new generation of magnetic or electric field sensing / actuating devices. Research partners for development of magnetoelectric / multiferroics applications based on research or technical cooperation agreements are sought.
Description:
Magnetoelectric multiferroics are materials in which two types of ordering - magnetism (the spontaneous ordering of magnetic moments) and ferroelectricity (the spontaneous ordering of electric dipole moments) can coexist in one material in the absence of external electric and magnetic fields; i.e. their electric and magnetic dipoles are coupled through the magnetoelectric effect. Hexaferrites are family of magnetic oxides containing iron as the major metallic component and combine room temperature ferrimagnetic and insulating properties. Some members of this family (namely Sr3-xBaxCo2Fe24O41 compounds (Z-type)) belong to type-II magnetoelectric multiferroics, where ferroelectricity is induced magnetically through the inversion symmetry breaking and formation of complex magnetic orders.

Till this time, these compounds has been synthetized and studied exclusively in the form of bulk ceramics and single crystals. Considering the general demand for downsizing the microprocessor technologies, the technology offered for production of thin Z hexaferrite films can be vital for integration of functional multiferroic elements with standard semiconductor platforms and thus allowing for system-on-a-wafer architectures.

The Chemical Solution Deposition (CSD) method, a variant of sol-gel methods, is a wet chemical and multistep process involving both chemical and physical processes enabling transformation of chemical solution of starting precursors into the final crystalline phase. The Z-type hexaferrites grown on a proper substrate are single phased with strong preferred orientation (see Fig. 1). They exhibit weak ferromagnetic properties and temperature dependence of magnetization reveals several metamagnetic transitions and changes in magnetic anisotropy (see Figs. 2).

The CSD technology offered by the Czech researchers uses conventional inorganic compounds as metal precursors, water as the main solvent, and certain organic modifiers enabling and providing the solution system with satisfactory chemical stability and optimum rheological and wetting properties. The growth of strongly c-axis oriented Z-type ferrite is enabled by selection of substrates with suitable structural and chemical properties, and through optimized deposition and heat treatment conditions. The technology offered enables precise tuning of chemical composition (and hence the temperature at which the maxima of magnetoelectric effect can be observed).

The researchers are looking for industry partners or research institutes, which are skilled and experienced in the field of physics of solid state magnetics, microwave and magneto-electric materials, or in design and development of units demonstrating possible applications of magneto-electric multiferroics. The ideal partner sought is industrial or research partner focused on physical engineering willing to jointly build a demonstration unit etc.

In the case of research cooperation agreement: cooperation based on a joint European project (e.g. Horizon 2020 / Future and emerging technologies (FET Open), Industrial leadership etc.) is preferred.
In the case of technical cooperation agreement: the aim of the cooperation is to get a survey of the possibilities of the described technology and to get summary know-how which could be subsequently a subject of commercialization. The cooperation should involve an experimental testing of the individual thin-film-substrate systems used in CSD and implementation of this system into a demonstration unit.
Advantages and Innovations:
Particular advantages of the technology offered include:

- Long-term developmental cost saving: rapid development for the evaluation of new material systems, for system with complex chemical compositions, or material systems not previously studied in thin-film form is easily achieved

- Flexibility: operation under ambient atmosphere enables comfortable control over chemical and composition and stoichiometry

- Scalability: contrary to methods relying on vacuum systems, deposition on large area substrates (up to 101 cm2) is possible

- Efficiency and cost saving: ordinary inorganic and organic compounds and water are used as main components. Low cost of establishing a film fabrication capability.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
IPs:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
An experienced industry partners preferably from physical engineering or from research institutes working in the field of solid state magnetics, microwave and magneto-electric materials, or dealing with design and development of units demonstrating possible applications of magneto-electric multiferroics are sought. Focus of partner sought on physical engineering, thin-films deposition etc. is vital as well as willingness to jointly build a demonstration unit.

Cooperation possibilities:

- Research cooperation agreement: cooperation based on a joint European project (e.g. Horizon 2020) is preferred

- Technical cooperation agreement: the output of cooperation sought will be a survey of possibilities of the described technology and to get summary know-how which could be subsequently a subject of commercialization. The cooperation should involve a development of optimum thin film - substrate systems to realize a demonstration unit.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
R&D Institution
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
Czech
English

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
01002006 Dispositivos / materiales magnéticos y superconductores
02009018 Dispositivos de medida
01002003 Electronic engineering
06005002 Sensores y productos inalámbricos
09001009 Tecnología de sensores relacionada con la realización de medidas