José Manuel Barandiarán
José Manuel Barandiarán
Senior Research Associate
Prof. José Manuel Barandiaran is an internationally recognized expert in the field of magnetism and magnetic materials. He was deeply involved in the development of the theory and experimental application of magnetoelastic effects in amorphous materials during the 80’s, and has thereafter continued researching their properties and use in different kind of sensors. As head of the Group of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, he started and led the research in Magnetism in the Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU. He is currently the scientific director of BCMaterials, an excellence research centre sponsored by the Basque Science Foundation and the University. He has published over 400 articles in scientific journals, receiving more than 4700 citations (h-index=34). He is author of 5 patents, and has supervised 14 PhD Thesis. He was the founder and first president of International Committee of the European Magnetic Sensors & Actuators (EMSA) Conferences, Chairman of International Committee of the Soft Magnetic Materials (SMM) Conference, and founder and first President of the Spanish Club of Magnetism.
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Interests and objectives:
Present position: Professor of Applied Physics, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) and Scientific Director of BCMaterials.
Main scientific interest are Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, in particular Magnetic Shape Memory Aloys.
Over 400 publications and 4500 citations, 7 patents, 15 PhD supervised. Chair of the IOC of the SMM Conference, member of the IAC of EMSA Conf. and the Comitee of Magnetic Materilas at TMS.
Magnetoelasticity and Magnetotransport
Magnetic Sensors y actuators
Amorphous and nanocrystalline Magnetic Materials
Nanogranular and Oxide Magnetorresistant Materiales
Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys
Current year's latest publications
Ni-Mn-Ga high temperature shape memory alloys: Function stability in β and β + γ regions, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2018, 741, 148-154
Corrosion resistant metallic glasses for biosensing applications, AIP ADVANCES, 2018, 8, 4
Direct fabrication of a 3D-shape film of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) in the piezoelectric β-phase for sensor and actuator applications, European Polymer Journal, 2018, 111-116