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September 2, 2019: A Rapid Research Letter report on the novel ferromagnetic insulator material. More information on the Wiley's internet site.


July 23, 2019: Publication of a research study demonstrating how a classical paramagnetic material can be converted into a magnetized insulator. More information available on the Americal Chemical Society's (ACS) internet site.


September 21, 2018: Experimental and computational high-pressure study, conducted in collaboration with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, revises the P-T-phase diagram of the classical ferroelectric perovskite. Data were collected up to 25GPa down to 5 K temperatures.


September 1, 2018: Reciprocal Engineering - RE Ltd. starts a project on thin film RF-devices.


May 15, 2017: A subsidiary company of FRE, Reciprocal Engineering - RE Ltd. founded. RE focuses on new materials and thin film devices.


April 2, 2017: A new thin film material system compatible with semiconductor industry requirements was developed and tested by FRE and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers. By adjusting the composition functionally different single phase crystalline materials can be deposited, examples include room-temperature ferromagnetic insulators and conductors. Good news for multilayer device developers are that detrimental interfacial defects characteristic to interfaces between functionally different layers are avoided. Potential applications are tunable rf-components, spintronic devices and memory cells. Only RoHS-directive compliant elements with traceable origin were used. For semiconductor industry the advantage is that iron, a common and harmful impurity in silicon based industry, is not used in the compound.


September 9, 2016: A study of the crystal distortion in nickel-cobalt-titanate system is available on the Inorganic Chemistry website.


February 17, 2016: Two research papers, related to our sustainable material and analytical method development projects, were published. 


We give an example of our sustainable materials development in Hong Kong at EMN Ceramics Meeting 2016. Meet us on January 25-28, 2016!

Meet us at Defense Innovation Summit to be held December 1-3, 2015, at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
A joint project for developing new magnetic thin films at the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is started.
June 2-3, 2015: We attend to the Startup Village 2015 event at Skolkovo, Moscow.
March 24, 2015: A review X-ray and neutron scattering on disordered nanosize clusters: a case study of lead-zirconate-titanate solid solutions is available online in the Annalen der Physik journal. DOI: 10.1002/andp.201400219.
February 11, 2015: See our recent paper on the structural and magnetic properties of Pb[Zrx(Fe2/3W1/3)1–x]O3 solid solutions conducted in collaboration with the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
December 5, 2014: Oral presentations about our materials development and modeling works are given at Advances in Functional Materials Conference 2015 at Stony Brook University, USA held on Jun 29 to Jul 3, 2015.
October 30, 2014: An extensive report on the structural analysis of the nanoparticle size materials is available here. An updated version, to be published in the Annalen der Physik journal, will soon be available.
October 21, 2014: A collaboration research between FRE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Simon Fraser University and Oxford University shows that a PZT single crystal exhibits unusual temperature dependent structural transformation at temperatures several hundred degrees above the ferroelectric-paraelectric phase transition temperature. Discovery has important consequences for ferroelectric memory applications as the material memorizes its state even after repeated heating and cooling cycles.
August 4, 2014: See our recent paper on the modelling of Microstrain in tetragonal lead-zirconate-titanate: The effect of pressure on the ionic displacements conducted in collaboration with the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
May 24, 2014: Neutron and X-ray synchrotron powder diffraction techniques show that the space group symmetry of the Ni0.6Co0.4TiO3 sample triclinic P-1 at room temperature. This structural distortion is the first known case in ilmenites and opens up ways to modify functional properties of magnetic oxides. Research was conducted in collaboration with the Los Alamos and Brookhaven National Laboratories.
February 19, 2014: European Patent No 2464962 Granted. Patent serves as a basis for modelling disordered materials, including multilayer structures commonly used in microelectronics.