Menghui Li

Menghui Li

Dr. Menghui Li
Postdoctoral Research Scholar

 

Contact Information:

Email: mli25@ncsu.edu
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/menghuili


 Educational Information:

  • Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, 2014
  • B.E., Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2009

My interests include i) superconducting joint of YBa2Cu3O7-β tapes by electric field assisted sintering; ii) magneto-optical imaging on superconducting and ferromagnetic thin films; iii) fabrication of ferromagnetic films by tape casting process. Superconducting tapes could be jointed directly by electric field assisted process at low sintering temperature. The microstructure, electrical resistivity, magnetic properties of the joint tapes are characterized. Magneto-optical imaging techniques are used to analyze the magnetic flux distribution in the superconducting and ferromagnetic thin films.

I have more than five years of experience in fabrication, characterization and application of magnetoelectric (ME) composites. I am good at finite element modeling, thin film depositions, material characterizations, and device designs, fabrications, and tests.


 

Publications List:

  1. M. Li, Z. Wang, Y. Wang, J. Li, and D. Viehland, ” Giant magnetoelectric effect in self-biased laminates under zero magnetic field,” Applied Physics Letters, 102, 082404 (2013)
  2. M. Li, Y. Wang, Y. Shen, J. Gao, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Structural dependence of nonlinear ME effect for magnetic field detection by frequency modulation,” Journal of Applied Physics, 114, 144501 (2013)
  3. M. Li, Y. Wang, D. Hasanyan, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Giant converse magnetoelectric effect in multi-push-pull mode Metglas/Pb(Zr,Ti)O3/Metglas laminates,” Applied Physics Letters, 100, 132904 (2012)
  4. M. Li, Y. Wang, J. Gao, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Enhanced magnetoelectric effect in self-stressed multi-push-pull mode Metglas/Pb(Zr,Ti)O3/Metglas laminates,” Applied Physics Letters, 101, 022908 (2012)
  5. M. Li, D. Hasanyan, Y. Wang, J. Gao, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Theoretical modelling of magnetoelectric effects in multi-push–pull mode Metglas/piezo-fibre laminates,” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 45, 355002 (2012)
  6. M. Li, Y. Wang, J. Gao, D. Gray, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Dependence of magnetic field sensitivity of a magnetoelectric laminate sensor pair on separation distance,” Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 033923 (2012)
  7. M. Li, J. Gao, Y. Wang, D. Gray, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Enhancement in magnetic field sensitivity and reduction in equivalent magnetic noise by magnetoelectric laminate stacks,” Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 104504 (2012)
  8. Y. Wang, M. Li, D. Hasanyan, J. Gao, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Geometry-induced magnetoelectric effect enhancement and noise floor reduction in Metglas/piezofiber sensors,” Applied Physics Letters, 101, 092905 (2012)
  9. M. Li, D. Berry, J. Das, D. Gray, J. F. Li, and D. Viehland, “Enhanced Sensitivity and Reduced Noise Floor in Magnetoelectric Laminate Sensors by an Improved Lamination Process,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 94, 3738-41 (2011)
  10. Y. Wang, D. Gray, D. Berry, J. Gao, M. Li, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “An extremely low equivalent magnetic noise magnetoelectric sensor,” Advanced Materials, 23, 4111 (2011)
  11. J. Das, M. Li, S. Kalarickal, S. Altmannshofer, K. Buchanan, J. Li, and D. Viehland, “Control of magnetic and electric responses with electric and magnetic fields in magnetoelectric heterostructures,” Applied Physics Letters, 96, 222508 (2010)