Lake Shore scientist co-editor of book on magnetic measurement techniques

Springer Book CoverA new book slated to be published in late May and co-edited by our own Brad Dodrill is now available for order from Springer Nature.

"Magnetic Measurement Techniques for Materials Characterization" (ISBN 978-3-030-70442-1) discusses the most commonly used techniques for characterizing magnetic material properties and their applications. The book provides a comprehensive and easily digestible collection and review of magnetic measurement techniques. It also examines the underlying operating principles and techniques of magnetic measurements and presents current examples where such measurements and properties are relevant when using magnetic field measurement instruments.

Dodrill and FrancoDodrill, who has been with Lake Shore Cryotronics for more than 35 years and is currently Senior Scientist and VP of Applications for the company, co-edited the book with Victorino Franco, a Professor in the Condensed Matter Physics Department of the University of Seville (Spain). Both also contributed chapter content, as noted below.

Bapu, Lindemuth, and ReichardIn addition, Thomas Bapu, Principal Engineer for Lake Shore, contributed a chapter, and Jeffrey Lindemuth, Senior Application Scientist, and Harry Reichard, magnetometry consultant to Lake Shore, co-authored the two chapters written by Dodrill.

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Chapter contributors and topics are:

  • Ronald B. Goldfarb, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology: “Units for Magnetic Quantities”
  • Brad Dodrill and Jeffrey Lindemuth, from Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.: “Vibrating Sample Magnetometry”
  • Randy K. Dumas and Tom Hogan, from Quantum Design, Inc.: “Recent Advances in SQUID Magnetometry”
  • Neil R. Dilley and Michael McElfresh, from Purdue University and MatSfide, Inc.: “AC Susceptometry”
  • Thomas Bapu, from Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.: “DC Hysteresigraphs for Hard and Soft Materials”
  • Sayan Chandra and Hariharan Srikanth, from Appalachian State University and the University of South Florida: “Radio Frequency Transverse Susceptibility as a Probe to Study Magnetic Systems”
  • Brad Dodrill and Harry Reichard, from Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.: “Alternating Gradient Magnetometry”
  • Joseph E. Losby, Vincent T. K. Sauer, and Mark R. Freeman, from the University of Alberta: “Nanomechanical Torque Magnetometry”
  • Rudolf Schäfer and Jeffrey McCord, from Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research and the University of Kiel: “Magneto-Optical Microscopy”
  • Joachim Gräfe, from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems: “X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism and X-Ray Microscopy”
  • Akira Sugawara, from Hitachi, Ltd.: “Transmission, Scanning Transmission, and Scanning Electron Microscopy”
  • Philip Keller, from Metrolab Technology S.A.: “Magnetic Field Sensing Techniques”
  • Cindi L. Dennis, from National Institute of Standards and Technology: “Introduction to Neutron Scattering as a Tool for Characterizing Magnetic Materials”
  • Javier Campo and Victor Laliena, from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - University of Zaragoza: “Neutron Scattering in Magnetism: Fundamentals and Examples”
  • Shingo Tamaru, from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST, Japan): “Radio-Frequency (RF) Permeameter”
  • Tim Mewes and Claudia K. A. Mewes, from the University of Alabama: “Ferromagnetic Resonance”
  • Ramon Egli, from Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG): “Magnetic Characterization of Geologic Materials with First Order Reversal Curves”
  • Alexandru Stancu, from Alexandru Ioan Cuza University: “Characterization of Magnetic Nanostructures with the First Order Reversal Curves (FORC) Diagram Technique”
  • Dustin Gilbert, from the University of Tennessee: “FORC Diagrams in Magnetic Thin Films”
  • Mohammad Reza Zamani Kouhpanji and Bethanie J. H. Stadler, from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities: “First Order Reversal Curve (FORC) Measurements for Decoding Mixtures of Magnetic Nanowires”
  • Michael E. McHenry, Paul R. Ohodnicki, Seung-Ryul Moon, and Yuval Krimer, from Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, and the National Energy Technology Laboratory: “Soft Magnetic Materials”
  • Satoshi Okamoto, from Tohoku University: “Permanent Magnet Materials”
  • Victorino Franco, from the University of Seville: “Magnetocaloric Characterization of Materials”
  • Alfredo García-Arribas, from Universidad del País Vasco: “Magnetostrictive Materials”
  • Cristian Papusoi, Mrugesh Desai, ‪Sergiu Ruta, and Roy W. Chantrell, from Western Digital and The University of York: "Magnetic Properties of Granular L10FePt Films for Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) Applications"
  • María Salvador, José C. Martínez-García, M. Paz Fernández-García, M. Carmen Blanco-López, and Montserrat Rivas, from the University of Oviedo and Istituto di Struttura della Materia - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche: “Biological and Medical Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles”

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