CuMoO4: A microwave dielectric and thermochromic ceramic with ultra-low fabrication temperature

Thesis event information

Date and time of the thesis defence

Place of the thesis defence

L6, Linnanmaa

Topic of the dissertation

CuMoO4: A microwave dielectric and thermochromic ceramic with ultra-low fabrication temperature

Doctoral candidate

Doctor of Philisophy in Physics Nina Joseph

Faculty and unit

University of Oulu Graduate School, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics Research Unit

Subject of study

Electronics materials and components

Opponent

Professor Mari-Ann Einarsrud, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Custos

Professor Heli Jantunen, University of Oulu

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CuMoO4 ceramic for future technology applications

In this dissertation, new properties of CuMoO4 ceramic were investigated. This ceramic can be processed at relatively low temperatures to fabricate high-frequency telecommunication components compared to other electroceramics. Thus, a significant amount of energy can be saved in component manufacturing without sacrificing electrical performance. In addition, it has interesting thermochromic properties suitable for temperature sensor applications. The results show the future potential of CuMoO4 ceramic for electronic components due to its versatile properties and low manufacturing temperature.
Last updated: 21.10.2019