Electronic, Photonic, and Magnetic Materials
In Advanced Materials Conferences, Electronic materials are materials commonly used as core elements in various device applications. These elements can be LEDs, memory, displays, and can be easily seen in everyday electronic devices such as tablets, GPS devices, LED bulbs, mobile phones and computers, laptops, TVs, and monitors. Changing dimensions and levels of functionality require continued efforts to develop state-of-the-art materials that meet the technological challenges associated with developing these devices. In Advanced Materials Conferences, Optical materials are used to control the flow of light. This may include reflection, absorption, focusing or splitting of the optical beam. The effectiveness of a particular material for each task is very wavelength dependent, so a complete understanding of the interaction between light and matter is important. Magnetic materials are materials that are primarily used for their magnetic properties. Materials respond to applied magnetic fields and can be characterized as diamagnetic, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, or antiferromagnetic.