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Xavier Moya

Functional properties of ferroic materials

Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy

Winton Meeting on Caloric Materials



The Winton Meeting on Caloric Materials took place in Cambridge on 10-11 February 2016, under the auspices of the Winton Program in Cambridge, APL Materials and Adande Refrigeration. It followed on from a Discussion Meeting at the Royal Society (London) entitled "Taking the temperature of phase transitions in cool materials", 8-9 February 2016.

The program included magnetocaloric, electrocaloric and mechanocaloric (elastocaloric and barocaloric) materials and cooling (heat pump) devices.

Invited speakers

Mehmet Acet, Universität Duisburg-Essen (Germany)

Luana Caron, Max Planck Institute Max for Chemical Physics of Solids (Germany)

Emmanuel Defay, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (Luxembourg)

Brahim Dkhil, École Centrale de Paris (France)

Asaya Fujita, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)

Gian Guzman-Verri, Argonne National Laboratory (US)/Universidad de Costa Rica (Costa Rica)

Sakyo Hirose, Murata (Japan)

Manfred Kohl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)

Florian Le Goupil, Imperial College (UK)

Lane Martin, UC Berkeley (US)

Nini Pryds, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

Andrew Rowe, University of Victoria (Canada)

Steven Russek, Astronautics (US)

Karl Sandeman, City University of New York (US)

Stefan Seelecke, University of Saarland (Germany)

David Schwartz, Palo Alto Research Center (US)

Qing Wang, Pennsylvania State University (US)


Book of abstracts

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Proceedings

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Venue

The meeting took place on the edge of the historic city of Cambridge (UK), in the Møller Centre at Churchill College. The Møller Centre is a dedicated residential management training and conference centre, with accommodation and dining on site.



















Organizers

X. Moya, S. Kar-Narayan and N. D. Mathur

Department of Materials Science, University of Cambridge, UK


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