Dimitri N. Argyriou

Dimitri Argyriou received his Ph.D. from the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, in 1994 and did postdoctoral research at Argonne National Laboratory. After taking staff appointments at Argonne and Los Alamos National Laboratories he moved to Germany to lead a group in researching novel electronic and magnetic materials at the Helmholtz Center Berlin. His current research interests focus on strongly correlated transition metal oxides and unconventional superconductors. He is a fellow of the APS.

Dimitri N. Argyriou Published August 23, 2010

Magnetism | Materials Science

Experiments show that it may be possible to achieve control of magnetization by an external electric field in a material by altering the balance between competing physical processes.