David C. Jiles

Department Chair: 2010-present

David C. Jiles

David C. Jiles

David C. Jiles began his appointment as the Palmer Endowed Department Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering on October 1, 2010. Prior to that, Jiles was the director of the Wolfson Centre for Magnetics and a professor of magnetics at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom. He also formerly was an Anson Marston Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Iowa State—a rank he has resumed—and held a joint appointment with the ECpE and materials science and engineering departments. He maintained his ties with the college as a collaborating professor and with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory as a research associate during his time at Cardiff from 2005 to 2010.

Jiles’ research interests include nonlinear and hysteretic behavior of magnetic materials; magnetoelasticity, magnetostriction, and magnetomechanical effects; development of novel magnetic materials; and applications of magnetic measurements to nondestructive evaluation. He has authored more than 500 scientific papers, has published three books, and holds 19 patents. He has served as editor-in-chief of IEEE Transactions on Magnetics since 2005. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Magnetics Society, Institution of Electrical Engineers, Institute of Physics, Institute of Materials, and Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

Jiles was educated in the United Kingdom and earned a DSc from the University of Birmingham, PhD from the University of Hull, MSc from the University of Birmingham, and BSc from the University of Exeter.

Jiles is the first to hold the Palmer Department Chair. The endowed chair was created in March 2010 through additional earnings from an endowed faculty position established in 1986 by Iowa State alumni Barbara R. and James R. Palmer (BSEE ’44).

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Anson Marston Distinguished Professor. Chairman, Department of Electrical & Computer  Engineering, Palmer Endowed Chair, Iowa State University, USA. (2010-Present)
  • Professor of Magnetics & Director, Wolfson Centre for Magnetics, Cardiff University, UK. (2005-10)
  • Anson Marston Distinguished Professor, Iowa State University, USA. (2003-05)
  • Visiting Professor, Wolfson Centre for Magnetics, Cardiff University, UK. (2004)
  • Visiting Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Austria. (2000, 03, 07)
  • Visiting Scientist, Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences. (1999)
  • Visiting Professor, University of the Saarland, Germany. (1997)
  • Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Iowa State University. (1992-2005)
  • Visiting Professor, Fraunhofer Institute, University of the Saarland, Germany.(1992, 1997)
  • Visiting Professor, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, UK. (1991, 1994)
  • Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, Iowa State University. (1990-2005)
  • Senior Scientist, Ames Laboratory US Department of Energy. (1990-2005)
  • Associate Physicist/Assistant Professor – Physicist/Associate Professor. (1986‑90)
  • Research Fellow, Ames Laboratory, US Department of Energy. (1984‑86)
  • Research Associate, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. (1981‑84)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Physics Department, Victoria University, New Zealand. (1979‑81)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
1989-2009        Professional Engineer, State of Iowa,  P.Eng.  Registration No.  11592
1989-2009        Chartered Engineer, United Kingdom,  C.Eng. Registration No.  399553

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

  • Honorary Fellow, Indiana Society for Nondestructive Testing (Elected 2011)
  • Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining UK (Elected 2007)
  • Fellow Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Elected 2006)
  • Royal Society Research Fellow (2005)
  • Fellow of the Institute of Physics, UK (Elected 1988)
  • Fellow of the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (Elected 1994)
  • Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK (Elected 1995)
  • Fellow of the Magnetics Society (Elected 1994)
  • Fellow of the American Physical Society (Elected 1997)
  • Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, UK (Elected 1999)
  • Member of the European Physical Society
  • Member of the Materials Research Society
  • Member of the American Society for Materials
  • Member of the Metallurgical Society
  • Member American Society for Engineering Education
  • Member of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing.

AUTHORSHIP OF BOOKS
“Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials,” by D.C. Jiles. 430 pages, Chapman and Hall Publishers, London and New York. First edition 1991. Second edition 1998.

“Introduction to the Electronic Properties of Materials,” by D.C. Jiles.  418 pages, Chapman and Hall Publishers, London and New York. First edition 1994. Second edition 2001.

“Introduction to the Principles of Materials Evaluation”, by D.C. Jiles. 279 pages, Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, Florida, November 2007.

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Honorary Fellow, Indian Society for Nondestructive Testing (2011)
  • Member HKN (eta-kappa-nu, the Electrical Engineering Honor Society)
  • Member TBP  (tau-beta-pi, the Engineering Honor Society)
  • Honorary Professor, Cardiff University, UK – School of Engineering
  • Visiting Professor, Sheffield University, UK – Department of Materials Science & Engineering
  • Chairman, United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland Section, IEEE Magnetics Society (2009-10)
  • Fellow Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2006)
  • Royal  Society Research Fellow (2005-2010)
  • Ewing Lecturer, UK Magnetics Society (2005)
  • Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2005- )
  • Selected for “Who’s Who in the World”, (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
  • Selected for Who’s Who in America”, (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
  • Selected for “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering” (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
  • International Advisory Committee, IUPAP International Conference on Magnetism (2000, 2003)
  • Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer (1997-98)
  • Chairman, American Physical Society Topical Group on Magnetism and its Applications (1996-97, 1997-98)
  • Program Committee International Magnetics Conference (1996, 1999, 2008)
  • Administrative Committee of the Magnetics Society (1996-1998, 1999-2001, 2003-2006, 2007-2009, 2012-14)
  • Member US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Expert Panel on NDE of Radiation Embrittlement (1999)
  • Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer (1994)
  • Editor of IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (1992-2004)
  • Editor of Nondestructive Testing & Evaluation (1988-2005)
  • ASM Committee on Hard and Soft Magnetic Materials, (1987-1997)
  • Chairman, Properties and Application of Magnetic Materials Conference (1985-2001)
  • Recipent of Iowa State University Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research (2001)
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (2002- )
  • Anson Marston Distinguished Professor, Iowa State University (2003- )
  • Chairman, American Physical Society Tutorials, (2003-2008)
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES
  • Professional Engineer, State of Iowa,  P.Eng. (1989-2009)
  • Chartered Engineer, United Kingdom,  C.Eng (1989-2009)

RESEARCH PROJECTS, CONTRACTS AND GRANTS

  • “Magnetic Nondestructive Evaluations for Detection of Flaws”, Sperry Rail International, UK, £110,436, 2010-2011
  • “Development of Energy Efficient Magnetic Cooling and Refrigeration”, Royal Academy of Engineering, UK, Exchange Grant with India, £12,597, 2010-11.
  • “The Integrated Brain Imaging and Stimulation Project”, Welsh Assembly Government, UK, £194,285, 2010-2012.
  • “Development of magnetic torsion angle sensor”, Valeo GmbH, Germany, £19,485, 2009-10.
  • “Welsh Electromagnetics Network”, Welsh Assembly Government, UK, £99,776, 2009-2011
  • “Magnetic Metrology: Advanced Modelling and Measurements for Welsh Engineering Industries” Welsh Assembly Governemnt, UK, £254,372, 2009-2012
  • “Magnetic characterization and micromagnetic simulation of nanowire arrays”, Royal Society, UK, £5,754, 2009-2011.
  • “Strategic Partnership Agreement”, Cogent Power Ltd., UK, £175,000, 2009-2012.
  • “Development of Magnetic Stimulation Devices for Medical Applications”, UK, £209,540, Welsh Assembly Government, 2008-10.
  • “Development of an Expanded Magnetic Metrology Service”, £19, 639, Welsh Assembly Government, UK, 2008.
  • “Endowed Lectureship”, Cogent Power Ltd., UK, £210,000, 2008-2011.
  • “Development of Barkhausen Noise Method for residual stress evaluation on helicopters components”, £47,500, Agusta-Westland, UK, 2008-09
  • “Royal Society Conference Travel Grant”, UK, £1,120, 2007.
  • “Characterization and modelling of magnetic materials for fault current limiters”, £147,930, Zenergy Power Systems, California, USA.2006 – 2009.
  • “Characterisation of Soft Magnetic Materials for Metering Current Transformers and Other Low Flux Density Applications”, with A.J.Moses and P.I.Anderson, EP/E006434/1. £399,712, EPSRC, UK, 2007-2010.
  • “Investigation of high magnetostriction materials for advanced sensors and actuators”with A.J.Moses and P.I.Williams,
  • EP/D057094/1. £322,087 EPSRC, UK. 2006-2009.
  • “Development of Wolfson Magnetics Research Laboratories”, £1,500,000, Higher Education Funding Council of Wales, UK, 2006-2008.
  • “Investigation of new magnetoelastic-caloric materials for device applications”, The Royal Society, UK, £120,000, 2005-2010.
  • “New composite magnetoelastic materials with high stress sensitivity and low hysteresis“, National Science Foundation, Division of Materials Research, DMR 0402716, $473,299, 2004-2008.
  • “Development of magnetic filtering for fine metal particles using finite element method” with S.J. Lee and D.M. O’Neel, Institute for Physical Research and Technology, $19,558, 2004.
  • “US-UK Cooperative Research: New composite magnetoelastic materials with high stress sensitivity and low hysteresis“, International Cooperative Project with Cardiff Uninversity, UK. National Science Foundation, Division of International Programs, OISE 0437293, $24,995, 2004-2007.
  • “Magnetic measurement system for determination of magnetoresistance, hysteresis and magnetostriction of new spintroninc materials”, $425,000, Carver Trust, 2004-2006.
  • “Application of a magnetooptic sensor for nondestructive evaluation”, $35,697, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003-04.
  • “The piezomagnetic Matteucci effect in nickel”, NSF/REU, $5,000, 2003.
  • “Magnetic sensors for integrated vehicle health monitoring”, $50,500, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2003-04.
  • “A novel approach to characterizing surface residual stress in engine alloys using alternating current potential drop measurements” USAF, with M. Johnson and S.J. Lee, 2003-2004.
  • “CRCD: Vertically Integrated Engineering Design”, NSF/REU, $5,000, 2003
  • “Magnetic sensors for integrated vehicle health monitoring”, $75,500, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2002-03.
  • “ Magnetic evaluation of fatigue damage and deformation”, INT-0138400, $25,000, International Cooperative Project with the National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, India. National Science Foundation, US- India Cooperative Research Program, 2002-2007.
  • “Development of miniature pumps mixers and based on magnetically induced flow of magnetic liquids”, with R.Shinar and M.Porter, State of Iowa, $146,051, 2002-2003.
  • “Magnetic Particle inspection improvements for aerospace applications”, with B.Larsen L.Brasche et al., Center for NDE, $485,282, Federal Aviation Authority, 2001-2004.
  • “Magnetic properties of PrNiSi alloys”, US Department of Energy, $103,000 (2002-2003), $12,.500 (2003-2004), $121,000 (2004-2005), US Department of Energy.
  • “Extraordinary responsive magnetic rare earth materials,” K.A. Gschneidner, Jr., V.K. Pecharsky, D.C. Jiles, et al., $4,987,000, (2000), $70,000 (2000-2001), $70,000, (2001-2002), $70,000 (2002-2003), $70,000 (2003-2004), $75,000 (2004-2005). US Department of Energy.
  • “Magnetization, time dependent magnetization processes and domain wall motion”, US Department of Energy. $107,000 (1999-2000), 97,500 (2000-2001), $110,000 (2001-2002).
  • “Laboratory for magnetic thin film and magnetoelectronic device research”, $530,000, Roy. J. Carver Trust, 2000-03.
  • “New magnetic tunnel junctions using semiconductor sandwich layers with controllable band gaps”, ECS-0100799, $54,802, J.E. Snyder, D.C. Jiles, National Science Foundation, 2001-2002.
  • “Analysis of relationships between magnetic hysteresis parameters and defects of non-uniform materials using the Preisach model”. DGE-0108046, $49,926, NSF-NATO postdoctoral fellowships in science and engineering for scientists from NATO partner countries. D.C.Jiles and C.C.H.Lo. National Science Foundation, 2001-2003.
  • “Vertically integrated engineering design for combined research and curriculum development”, EEC-9980331, with R.B.Thompson, K.Constant, M.Akinc, J.Gray and L.W. Schmerr, $443,968, National Science Foundation, 1999-2003.
  • “Magnetic FEM course modules and demonstrations,” S.-J. Lee, D.C. Jiles, $5,000, Ansoft Corporation, 2000.
  • “Animation of magnetic fields from two different shaped magnet arrays used for magnetic therapy”, $6,830, Vector Fields Inc., 2000.
  • “Magnetic processing for enhancement of lifetimes of ferrous metals subjected to repeated stress”, CMS-9910147, $49,940, National Science Foundation, 1999-2000.
  • “The piezomagnetic Matteucci effect in nickel alloys: development of theory and applications”, DMR-9902415, $433,144, National Science Foundation, 1999-2002
  • “Non destructive enhancement of material lifetimes by stress reduction in ferrous metals without associated microstructural changes”, IPRT Seed Fund Program, $65,128, 1999-2000.
  • “Development of highly efficiency rotary magnetocaloric refrigeration prototype”, $750,000 (with K.A.Gschneidner and V.Pecharsky), US Department of Energy, 1999-2002.
  • “Development of vehicle magnetic air conditioner technology”, $50,000, US Department of Energy, CARAT Program, 1998.
  • “Modeling of magnetization processes in magnetic materials for evaluation of microstructures”, OISE-9732135, $23,681, International Collaborative project with the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, National Science Foundation 1998-2001.
  • “Development of orthogonal magnetics”, Rockwell International, $25,000, 1998
  • “Characterization of the magnetic and structural properties of recording head materials”, with J.Shinar, R.Weber and J.E.Snyder, Seagate Technology Inc., $200,000, 1997-98.
  • “Composite magnetostrictive materials for advanced automotive magnetomechanical sensors”, US DoE, Advanced Energy Projects, $820,000, 1996-99.
  • “Examination of the relationship between magnetic hysteresis and the mechanical properties of steels”, CMS-9532056, $244,050, National Science Foundation, 1996-2001.
  • “Ferrite substrates for miniaturization of power electronics”, Rockwell International and the State of Iowa, $65,000, 1996.
  • “Research experiences for undergraduates grant for examination of the relationship between magnetic hysteresis and the mechanical properties of steels ” National Science Foundation, $5,000, 1997-98.
  • “Physical interpretation and comparison of hysteresis in magnetic materials”, NATO, $8,600, 1996-98.
  • “Laser scribing of metallic glasses to improve efficiency of electric motors and transformers”, DMI-9622649, $90,000, National Science Foundation, 1996-98.
  • “Research experiences for undergraduates grant for: Improved manufacturing processes for the production of new high efficiency materials for transformer cores ” National Science Foundation, $5,000, 1996-97.
  • “Loss reduction in metallic glasses through domain refinement”, Asea Brown Boveri, $40,000, 1996-97.
  • “New amorphous magnetic fibers for highly energy efficient soft magnetic cores”, US Department of Energy, $20,000, 1996.
  • “Assessment of Barkhausen effect measurements for evaluation of ground steel components”, EEC-9418363, $55,000, National Science Foundation, 1994-96.
  • “Research experiences for undergraduates for: Assessment of Barkhausen effect measurements for evaluation of ground steel components” National Science Foundation, $5,000, 1995-96.
  • “Tailored microstructures in hard magnets,” R.W.McCallum, I.E.Anderson, P.Canfield and D.C.Jiles. US Department of Energy, $60,000, 1994-95, $50,000, 1995-96.
  • “Development of the Magnescope as an instrument for in situ evaluation of steel components,” Nuclear Regulatory Commission, $99,998, 1994-97.
  • “An investigation of the effects of creep on structure sensitive magnetic properties of nickel through simulated cavitation in a model material,” National Science Foundation, DMR-9310273, $295,273, 1994-97.
  • “Research experiences for undergraduates for: An investigation of the effects of creep on structure sensitive mangetic properties of nickel through simulated cavitation in a model material ” National Science Foundation, $5,000, 1995-97.
  • “Characterization of magnetic property changes due to creep damage in pipe weldments,” Electric Power Research Institute, $39,525, 1995.
  • “Development of a new magnetostrictive material for sensors and actuators,” US Department of Energy (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with General Motors Corporation), $67,422, 1994-95.
  • “Micromagnetic method for evaluation of residual stress in crankshaft fillets,” Cummins Engine Company, $34,883, 1994-5.
  • “Effects of processing and structural modifications on magnetic properties of high permeability, low core loss materials,” US Department of Energy (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with ABB Inc.), $40,000, 1993-94.
  • “Effects of laser scribing on the core losses in silicon iron laminations,” $25,000, Asea Brown Boveri, 1993-94.
  • “Magnetic NDE for railroad wheel inspection programs,” Association of American Railroads, $39,919, 1993-94.
  • “Exploratory research on the effect of creep damage on magnetic properties in ferritic steels,” $37,400, Electric Power Research Institute, 1993-94.
  • “Laser magnetic domain refinement of transformer cores,” P.Molian and D.C.Jiles, Electric Power Research Center, $17,500, 1993-94.
  • “Magnetostriction in Tb-Dy-Fe alloys: measurement and modelling of properties,” $5,900, NATO, 1993-95.
  • “Magnetic inspection of creep damaged components in power generating systems,” D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. Ontario Hydro, $58,600, 1992-93.
  • “Rapidly solidified magnetic materials for highly efficient energy conversion devices,” D.C.Jiles, I.E.Anderson, P.Molian and M.R.Govindaraju. State of Iowa, Institute for Physical Research and Technology, $63,600, 1992-93.
  • “Magneprobe: a micromagnetic inspection system for inspection of surfaces,” US Department of Commerce, $242,000, 1991-93.
  • “Quantitative NDE for steel components of large structural systems”, MSS-9018532, $249,995, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner, National Science Foundation, 1990-1992.
  • “Magnetic properties measurements of irradiated, aged and prestrained materials (continuation),” D.C.Jiles. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, $10,440, 1992.
  • “Detection of fatigue damage in aircraft landing gears,” D.C.Jiles. McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Corporation, $8,400, 1992.
  • “Prediction of changes in the magnetic properties of steels due to mechanical deformations,” D.C.Jiles and M.J.Sablik, Electric Power Research Institute, $221,797, 1990 92.
  • “Magnetostriction in Tb-Dy-Fe alloys: measurement and modelling of properties”. D.C.Jiles and R.D.Greenough, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, $4,900, 1991-1993.
  • “Magnetic properties measurements of irradiated, aged and prestrained materials”. D.C.Jiles. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, $10,164, 1991
  • “Creep damage assessment of Cr-Mo steels using magnetic methods”. D.C.Jiles Ontario Hydro $6,700, 1991.
  • “A Terfenol laser diode magnetometer,” D.C.Jiles and R.Weber. US Department of Commerce, Center for Advanced Technology Development, $29,989, 1991 92.
  • “Application of a new magnetic monitoring technique to in situ evaluation of fatigue damage in ferrous components of nuclear primary systems,” D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, $99,980, 1991-1993.
  • “Micromagnetic surface studies of materials for NDE,” MSS-8915428, $55,500, International Cooperative Project with the Universitat des Saarlandes, Germany, National Science Foundation, 1990 92.
  • “Magnescope: a portable magnetic inspection system”. Center for Advanced Technology Development, $90,000, 1990 91.
  • “Development of NDE measurement techniques of interest to the railroad industry”. Association of American Railroads, $9,910, 1990.
  • “Non destructive methods for determination of mechanical properties of materials.” Center for NDE, (NSF/Industrial Consortium, $28,811 1985-86; $45,214 1986-87; $43,500 1987-88; $58,000 1988-89; $63,859 1989-90; $60,560 1991-92)
  • “Magnetic methods for non destructive evaluation.” Center for NDE, (N.S.F./Industrial Consortium $16,357 1985 86; $43,723 1986 87;$47,500 1987 88; $71,020 1988 89; $61,426 1989 90, $63,800 1993-94)
  • “NDE Measurement techniques.” U.S. Department of Energy, Ames Laboratory, (Department of Energy B.E.S. Contract to Ames Laboratory for NDE Measurement Techniques, $500,000 1984 85, $552,000 1985 86 with O.Buck and R.B.Thompson).
  • “Microstructural effects on magnetic properties.” U.S. Department of Energy, Ames Laboratory, ($87,000 1988 89, $85,400 1993-94, $85,000 1994-95, $85,000 1995-96. Funded as part of the NDE measurement techniques task).

OTHER RESEARCH PROJECT

  • “Investigation of the effects of mechanical stress on the magnetic properties of pipeline steels for stress monitoring”, Queen’s University, Canada (1981-84).
  • “Optical properties and electronic structure of Al, Au, Ni, Pt, Er, Gd, and Dy, using stress modulated spectroscopy.” Victoria University, New Zealand (1979 81).
  • “Ultrasonic investigation of the magnetic and elastic properties of heavy rare earth metals at cryogenic temperatures”. University of Hull, U.K., (1976 79).
  • “Utilisation of diamond as a solid state nuclear doserate-meter.” University of Birmingham, U.K., (1976).
  • “X ray diffraction studies of metallurgical phases in the aluminum-manganese alloy system.” University of Exeter, UK, (1974-75).

OTHER RESEARCH PROJECT

Academic areas of specialization :

  • Magnetism and magnetic materials
  • Condensed matter and materials physics
  • Electronic properties of materials
  • Nondestructive evaluation of materials

Courses of instruction :

  • Electronic Engineering Laboratory, University of Hull, UK (1977‑79)
  • Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Hull, UK (1977‑79)
  • Experimental Physics Laboratory, Victoria University, New Zealand (1980‑81)
  • Applied Magnetics, Queen’s University, Canada  (1982)
  • Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory, Iowa State University (1985‑87)
  • Magnetism & magnetic materials, Iowa State University (1988-99, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2011)
  • Introduction to electronic properties of materials, Iowa State University (1990-97, 2001)
  • Electronic properties of materials, National Technological University (1993)
  • Fabrication and processing of materials, Iowa State University (1997)
  • Introduction to magnetic materials, University of the Saarland, (1997)
  • Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University (1997, 1999, 2002, 2003)
  • Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, National Technological University (2001)
  • Principles of Nondestructive testing, Iowa State University (1998-99, 2000-2003, 2005)
  • Magnetic hysteresis modeling, Vienna University of Technology (2000)
  • Vertically integrated design, Iowa State University (2000, 2001, 2002)
  • Magnetic materials: applications in sensors and actuators, Vienna University of Technology (2003)
  • Electrical Machines, Cardiff University (2005, 2006, 2007)
  • Engineering Design Case Studies, Cardiff University (2006, 2007, 2008)
  • Introduction to Magnetic Materials (2007, 208, 2009)
  • Avanced Magnetic Materials, Cardiff University (2009, 2010)
  • Principles of Nondestructive Evaluation, Cardiff University (2009)

Postdoctoral fellows sponsored and scientific staff supported

  • M.R.Govindaraju, Associate Metallurgist (1992-97)
  • A.P.Parakka, Assistant Engineer (1994-97)
  • A.Mitra, Visiting Scientist (1996)
  • J.E.Snyder, Associate Scientist (1997-2005)
  • M.J.Johnson, Associate Engineer (1997-1999)
  • C.C.Lo, Associate Scientist (1998-2005)
  • S.J.Lee, Postdoctoral Fellow (1999-2005)
  • Y.Melikhov, Postdoctoral Fellow (2002-2005)
  • N.Ranvah (2009-10)

Graduate students :

  • Suresh Hariharan (Electrical Engineering, MS 1990)
  • Michael Devine (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1992)
  • Alan Eichmann (Electrical Engineering, MS 1992)
  • Levent Sipahi (Physics, MS 1992)
  • Jennifer Thoelke (Physics, MS 1992)
  • David Kaminski (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1994)
  • Russell Chung (Electrical Engineering, MS 1991, PhD 1999)
  • Patricia Pulvirenti (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1996)
  • Zhao Jun Chen (Electrical Engineering, PhD 1994 ) *
  • Andrew Strom (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1994)
  • Mark Negley (Electrical Engineering, MS 1997)
  • Zhan Gao (Electrical Engineering, MS 1995)
  • Achalu Ramesh (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1996)
  • Ying Bi (Electrical Engineering, MS 1997, PhD 1998) *
  • Drew Delaney (Materials Science and Engineering, with T.Lograsso,  MS 1998)
  • Hui Cao (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1998)
  • Ruoqi Chen (Electrical Engineering, MS 1999)*
  • Yonghua Chen (Materials Science & Engineering, PhD 1999)
  • Fei Tang (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 1999)
  • Bin Zhu (Electrical Engineering, PhD 2001)*
  • Mangui Han (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2002, PhD 2004)
  • Yuping Shen (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2003)
  • Jeff Leib (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2003)#
  • Junyoul Lee (Electrical &Computer Engineering, MS 2003)
  • Lu Li (Electrical &Computer Engineering, MS 2003, PhD 2004)
  • Bryan Baker (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2003)
  • Jason Paulsen (Mechanical Engineering, MS 2004)
  • Sang Hoon Song (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2005, PhD 2007)
  • Emily Kinser (Materials Science & Engineering, MS 2005)
  • Andrew Ring (Information Technology, MS 2006)
  • Naresh Ranvah (EEE, PhD 2010)
  • Ravi Hadimani (EEE, PhD 2010)
  • Esaindang Umenei (EEE, PhD 2010)
  • Arun Kumar (EEE, PhD 2010)
  • Lukasz Mierczak (EEE, PhD 2011)
  • Lawrence Crowther (EEE PhD 2012)
  • Anthony Thomas (EEE, MPhil. 2012)
  • Orpheus Kypris (EE, PhD 2013)

* Winners of Iowa State University Research Excellence Award for thesis work

# Winner of National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

 

External examiner for the following students :

  • Thomas Koble (PhD), University of the Saarland, Germany (1992).
  • Jonathan Makar (PhD), Queen’s University, Canada (1993).
  • Ian Reed (PhD), University of Hull, United Kingdom (1994).
  • Brian Phelps (PhD), Queen’s University, Canada (1997).
  • Matthias Linde (MS), University of the Saarland (1998).
  • Neil Munns (MSc), University of Hull, United Kingdom (2000).
  • Ashis Panda (PhD), Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India (2002).
  • George Loisos (PhD), University of Cardiff, United Kingdom (2002).
  • Julian Dean (PhD), University of Sheffield, (2007)
  • Seema Kumari (PhD), Bengal University of Engineering, India, (2007)
  • John Wilson (PhD), University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, (2009)
  • David Ribbenfjard (PhD), Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (2010).

Internal thesis examiner for the following students

  • RamDeshmukh PhD, Cardiff University, 2008
  • Xiao Jun Di  PhD, Cardiff University, 2008
  • Mimi Thant, PhD, Cardiff University, 2008
  • Juan Saguarday, PhD, Cardiff University, 2009
  • Harshad Patel, PhD Cardiff University 2009
  • Ming Huang PhD Cardiff University 2009

Member of program of study committee for :

  • Gregory Ojaard (PhD Materials Science and Engineering 1991)
  • Jason Harp (MS Chemistry 1994)
  • Alessandro Leon (PhD Chemistry 1995)
  • Di Wang (MS Physics 1997)
  • Tad Calkins (PhD Mechanical Engineering 1997)
  • Robert Henning (PhD Chemistry 1998)
  • Gregory Kobidze (PhD, Electrical Engineering, 1998)
  • Paul Stucky (PhD, Electrical Engineering 1998)
  • Guizhong Liu (MS Materials Science & Engineering, 2000)
  • Marcello Dapino (PhD, Mechanical Engineering, 1999)
  • Paul Maggard (PhD Chemistry, 2000)
  • Zhang Ruili (MS Electrical Engineering, 1999)
  • Wei Zhang (MS Materials Science & Engineering, 2000)
  • Peter Guschl (MS Chemical Engineering, 2000, PhD Chemical Engineering 2002)
  • Bryan Oliver (MS Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1999, PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Russell Cusick (PhD Electrical and Computer Engineering)

International exchange students :

  • Steven Hardwick (Physics Dept, University of Warwick, UK 1992)
  • Gary Williams (Applied Physics Dept., University of Hull, UK, 1992)
  • Martino LoBue (Politecnica di Torino, Italy, 1994)
  • Jonathan Roderick (University of Warwick, UK, 1995)
  • Matthias Linde (University of the Saarland, Germany, 1997)
  • Zhenya Melikhov (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic 1999)
  • Alexei Perevertov (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 2000)
  • K.M.Koo (Chinese University, Hong Kong, 2001)
  • S. Wu (Chinese University, Hong Kong, 2002)
  • Stefan Kreuz (University of Karlsruhe, Germany, 2006)
  • Lukasz Mierczak (Czestohowa University, Poland)

Undergraduate research students :

Iowa State University 1990-2007

  • Peter Schuster (Electrical Engineering) 1990-91
  • Tony Peterson (Physics) 1991
  • Bryce Kagay (Electrical Engineering) 1991
  • Brent Moore (Electrical Engineering) 1992
  • John Apostol (Electrical Engineering) 1992
  • David Chandler (Electrical Engineering) 1992
  • Jonathan Baker (Electrical Engineering) 1992
  • Paul Searls (Aerospace Engineering) 1992-93
  • James Gregory (Electrical Engineering) 1993
  • Edward Rios (Electrical Engineering) 1993
  • Matt Sosa (Physics) 1994
  • Chris Rode (Computer Engineering) 1994
  • Bryan Hall (Physics, Michigan Technical University) 1994
  • Scott Beckman (Materials Science & Engineering) 1994-95, 1997
  • Wayne Kinyon (Materials Science & Engineering) 1994-95
  • Kenneth Bratland (Materials Science & Engineering) 1994-95
  • Jennifer Dolan (Electrical Engineering/Physics) 1995
  • Teresa Gansemer (Mechanical Engineering) 1996
  • John Meyers (Materials Science & Engineering) 1996-97
  • Jill Batey (Materials Science & Engineering) 1996-97
  • Brynne Kriegermeier (Materials Science & Engineering) 1997-2000
  • Brandon Verbrugge (Electrical Engineering) 1997 #
  • Dana Falzgraf (Materials Science & Engineering) 1997
  • Liap Su (Materials Science & Engineering) 1997
  • Steven Fan Fung (Electrical Engineering) 1998
  • Melinda Goossen (Humboldt State University) 1998
  • Andrew Ring (Mechanical Engineering) 1998-2002
  • John Kenkel (Electrical Engineering) 1999-2002 +
  • Laura Kerdus (Industrial Engineering) 1999-2001
  • Jeffrey Lieb (Materials Science & Engineering) 1999-2002 * @
  • Aaron Bakke (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000
  • Aaron Schlager (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000
  • Jason Paulsen (Mechanical Engieering) 2000-2002
  • David Doty (Computer Engineering) 2000
  • Cory Lubahn (Computer Engineering) 2000-2001
  • Joe Bruner (Computer Engineering) 2000
  • Stephanie Connor (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000-01
  • Emily Kinser (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000-03
  • Heath Reimers (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000, 2002
  • Eric Straw (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000
  • Jessica Woolm (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000
  • Meredtih Berger (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000
  • Kim Brueske (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000-01
  • David Eisenman (Materials Science & Engineering) 2000-01
  • Gabriel Weigelt (Materials Science & Engineering) 2001
  • Darrel Enyart (Materials Science & Engineering) 2001-02
  • Scott Hentscher (Materials Science & Engineering) 2001-02
  • Jacob Auliff  (Materials Science & Engineering) 2001-02
  • Nick Olson (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2002
  • Kurtis Kenne (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2002
  • Kira Campos-Anderson (Materials Science & Engineering), 2002
  • Bryan Baker (Materials Science & Engineering), 2002-03
  • Tony Barsic (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2004-05
  • Chris Hess (Materials Science & Engineering) 2004
  • Paul Matlage (Materials Science & Engineering) 2004-05
  • Ritesh Desai (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2004
  • Hattie Ziegler (Physics) 2004-05
  • Courtney Slach (Materials Science & Engineering) 2004-05
  • Seth Aldini   (Materials Science & Engineering) 2006
  • Paul Radke  (Materials Science & Engineering)  2007

# Winner of Philip H.Trickey Prize, National Award for Undergraduate Research

+ Winner of the Mal Iles Technology Innovation Award 2002

* Winner of the Iowa State University Student of Distinction Award 2002

@ Winner of the 2003 Outstanding Senior Undergraduate of the Year Award

 

Cardiff University 2005-2010

  • Ceri Shave (EEE), 2006
  • Nikhil Sawant (EEE), 2006
  • Liam Jones, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Matthew Perry, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Lloyd Dowden, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Steve Kinnard, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Lawrence Crowther, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Nelo Dehghan, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Agbortoko Mbiwan, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Haneef  Nasir, MEng, (EEE), 2008-9
  • Andrew Ahabue, BEng (EEE), 2008-09
  • Sarah Gooding, MEng (EEE), 2008-09
  • Sarah Maber, MEng (EEE), 2009-10
  • Mohamed Hakem, MEng (EEE), 2009-10
  • Mark Atkinson, MEng (EEE), 2009-10
  • Rhydian Jones, MEng (EEE), 2009-10
  • Robbie Cooper, BEng (EEE), 2009-10
  • Raymond Hlatswayo, BEng (EEE), 2009-10

Iowa State University 2010-

  • Maria Peters (Materials Science & Engineering) 2012
  • Mengqian Ding (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2012
  • Matthew Murphy (Electrical and Computer Engineering) 2012
  • Haisheng Xu (Materials Science & Engineering) 2012

Departmental external examiner

  • Physics Department, University of Pertanian, Malaysia, 1996.

Examiner for faculty promotions at the following universities:

  • University of Tasmania, Australia (1994)
  • Vienna University of Technology, Austria (1995)
  • University of Bath, UK (1996)
  • University of  Salford, UK (1997)
  • University of  Hull, UK (1996, 1998)
  • University of Pertanian, Malaysia (1997-2002)
  • Queens University, Canada (1999)
  • Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland (2004)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • “Development of Field Coils for Diagnostic Applications of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation”, D. C.  Jiles, P.I. Williams, E. Umenei, P. Marketos, L. Crowther, J. Starzewski, A. Thomas and G.A.Thomas. 15th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (ENDE 15), Szczecin, Poland, 13–16 June 2010.
  • “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: improved coil design for deep brain investigation”,  L.J. Crowther, P.I. Williams, Y. Melikhov, D.C. Jiles. Presented at the 54th Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 15 -18, 2010. Journal of Applied Physics, 109, 07B314, 2011.
  • “Deep Brain Stimulation using Magnetic Fields”, D.C.Jiles, P.I.Williams and L.J.Crowther. Presented at the APS March Meeting, Dallas, Texas, March 21-25, 2011.
  • “Coil design optimization using structurally detailed models for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation”, L.J. Crowther and  D.C. Jiles. Presented at the International Magnetics Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, April 25-29, 2011.
  • “Improved Designs for Field Generation for Non Invasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation”, L. Crowther and D. C. Jiles. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, Vermont, July 18-22, 2011.
  • “Developments in Deep Brain Stimulation using Time Dependent Magnetic Fields”, L.J. Crowther and D.C.Jiles. Accepted for publication at the 55th Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Scottsdale, Arizona, October 31- November 4, 2011.
  • “An Investigation of the Performance Characteristics of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Coils”, P.I.Williams, P.Marketos and D.C.Jiles. Accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2011.
  • “Introduction to magnetism and magnetic materials,” by D.C.Jiles. A general textbook on magnetism, 430 pages, Chapman and Hall Publishers, London and New York. First edition 1991. Second edition 1998.
  • “A non-linear model for the Barkhausen effect”, D.C.Jiles and S.J.Lee, American Physical Society March
  • “Theory and modeling of the Matteucci effect using the law of approach “, Y.Chen and D.C.Jiles, American Physical Society March Meeting, Minneapolis, March 20-24, 2000.
  • “Influence of nitrogen on the magnetic properties and microstructure of sputtered FeSiAl(N) films”, J.E.Snyder, C.C.H.Lo, R.Chen, B.Kriegermeier, J.Leib, S.J.Lee, M.J.Kramer, D.C.Jiles, M.T.Kief, American Physical Society March Meeting, Minneapolis, March 20-24, 2000.
  • “Magnetic methods in nondestructive testing”, D.C.Jiles, (Invited paper), Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology, p. 6021, Ed. K.H.J.Buschow et al., Elsevier Press, Oxford September 2001.
  • “Dynamics of domain magnetization and the Barkhausen effect”, D.C.Jiles. (Invited review), Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, 50, 893, 2000.
  • “The Matteucci effect and the law of approach in cobalt ferrite composite magnets”, Y.Chen and D.C.Jiles. Institute of Physics Condensed Matter and Materials Physics Conference, Leicester, UK, December 20-22, 1999.
  • “Effects of fatigue induced changes in microstructure and stress on domain structure and magnetic properties”, C.C. Lo, F.Tang, S.B.Biner and D.C. Jiles. Journal of Applied Physics 87, 6520, 2000.
  • “Temperature dependence of the magneto-mechanical effect in metal bonded cobalt ferrite composites under torsional strain” Y.Chen, J.E.Snyder, K.Dennis, R.W.McCallum and D.C. Jiles. Journal of Applied Physics 87, 5798, 2000.
  • “An extended model of the magnetic Barkhausen effect based on the ABBM model”, D.Clatterbuck, V.Garcia, M.J.Johnson and D.C.Jiles. Journal of Applied Physics 87, 4771, 2000.
  • “Nondestructive characterization of case hardened steel”, M.J.Johnson, J.Zhou, N.Nakagawa, D.C.Jiles and B.Zhu. Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation, Des Moines, August 1-3, 1999. Published in “Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation IV”, p.127, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2000.
  • “Magnetoelastic effects in materials and their applications in nondestructive evaluation of stress”, (Invited paper), D.C.Jiles. Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation, Des Moines, August 1-3, 1999.
  • “Structural characterization and magnetic properties of steels subjected to fatigue”, F.Tang, C.C.H.Lo, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 19, 1597, 2000.
  • “Modified law of approach for the magnetomechanical model”, M.J.Sablik, Y.Chen and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 19, 1565, 2000.
  • “Modeling the magnetic Barkhausen effect”, D.Clatterbuck, M.J.Johnson, D.C.Jiles and V.Garcia, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 19, 1533, 2000.
  • “Dynamical assessment of magnetic Barkhausen signals”, V.Garcia, D.Clatterbuck, C.C.H.Lo, M.J.Johnson and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 19, 781, 2000.
  • “Determination of wear induced material loss from case hardened steel”, M.J.Johnson, J.Zhou, B.Zhu, N.Nakagawa and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 19, 1465, 2000.
  • “A modified Stoner Wohlfarth computational model for hysteretic magnetic properties of a ferromagnetic composite rod under torsion”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles, J.Phys.D, 32, 1971, 1999.
  • “A new magnetoelastic torque sensor material for advanced automotive steering systems” J.E.Snyder, K.Dennis, Y.Chen, R.W.McCallum and D.C.Jiles. Eighteenth Conference on Properties and Applications of Magnetic Materials, Chicago, April 26-28, 1999.
  • “Evaluation of fatigue damage using a magnetic measurement technique”, C.C.H.Lo, F.Tang, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. InterMag Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 1999. IEEE Trans. Mag. 35, 3977, 1999.
  • “Measurements and modeling of hysteresis in magnetic materials under the action of an orthogonal bias field”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles. InterMag Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 1999. IEEE Trans. Mag. 35, 3787, 1999.
  • “Finite element modeling of an electrically variable inductor”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles. InterMag Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 1999. IEEE Trans. Mag. 35, 3517, 1999.
  • “Reducing core losses in amorphous Fe80B2Si8 ribbons by laser induced domain refinement”, M.J.Johnson, R.Chen and D.C.Jiles. InterMag Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 1999. IEEE Trans. Mag. 35, 3865, 1999.
  • “Metal bonded Co- ferrite composites for magnetostrictive torque sensor applications”, Y.Chen, J.E.Snyder, C.R.Schwichtenberg, K.W.Dennis, R.W.McCallum and D.C.Jiles. InterMag Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 1999. IEEE Trans. Mag. 35, 3652, 1999.
  • “Low coercivity magnetostrictive material with giant piezomagnetic d33″, J.E.Snyder, K.E.Dennis, Y.Chen, R.W.McCallum and D.C.Jiles. American Physical Society, Centennial Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March 20-26, 1999.
  • “Magnetoelastic generalization of the Landau-Lifschitz-Gilbert model”, D.C.Jiles and R.Chen. American Physical Society, Centennial Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March 20-26, 1999.
  • “Measurement of magnetoelastic effects under strain in iron, nickel and cobalt”, Y.Chen, J.E.Snyder, C.R.Schwichtenberg, K.W.Dennis, R.W.McCallum and D.C.Jiles. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998.
  • “Effect of creep on the structure and magnetic properties of nickel and nickel alloys”, B.Kriegermeier, X.Fang, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998.
  • “Monitoring fatigue damage in materials using magnetic measurement techniques”, C.C.H.Lo, F.Tang, Y.Shi, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998. J.Appl.Phys., 85, 4595, 1999.
  • “Application of Preisach and Jiles-Atherton models to the simulation of hysteresis in soft magnetic alloys”, M.Pasquale, G.Bertotti, D.C.Jiles and Y.Bi. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998. J.Appl.Phys., 85, 4373, 1999.
  • “Core loss reduction in electrical steels through materials processing”, B.Verbrugge and D.C.Jiles. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998. J.Appl.Phys., 85, 4895, 1999.
  • “Microstructure and magnetic properties of as-quenched and heat treated (NdDy)FeB powders produced by high pressure gas atomization”, J.E.Snyder, C.C.H.Lo, X.Fang, B.Kriegermeier and D.C.Jiles. 43rd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Miami, November 1998. J.Appl.Phys., 85, 5678, 1999.
  • “Improved measurements of case depth by the application of signal processing algorithms to Barkhausen effect data”, H.Cao, M.J.Johnson, S.Fung and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, Snowbird, Utah, July 1998. RPQNDE, 18, 1725, 1999.
  • “Nondestructive evaluation of fatigue damage using magnetic measurement techniques”, C.C.H.Lo, F.Tang, Y.Shi, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. Presented at the Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, Snowbird, Utah, July 1998. RPQNDE, 18, 1787, 1999.
  • “Evaluation of crack area of steels using magnetic measurements”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, Snowbird, Utah, July 1998.
  • “Composite Magnetostrictive Materials for Advanced Automotive Sensors”, J. E. Snyder, Y. Chen, D. C. Jiles, R. W. McCallum, K. W. Dennis, C. Schwichtenberg, D. K. Falzgraf, 17th Annual Conference on Properties and Applications of Magnetic Materials, Chicago, May 1998.
  • “Effect of matrix on magnetostriction of terfenol based composites”, Y.Chen, J.E.Snyder, C.R.Schwichtenberg, K.W.Dennis, D.K.Falzgraf, R.W.McCallum and D.C.Jiles. American Physical Society, March Meeting, Los Angeles, March 16-20, 1998. Applied Physics Letters, 74, 1159, 1999.
  • “Modeling the effects of torsional stress on hysteretic magnetization”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 35, 498, 1999.
  • “Finite element modelling of creep damage effects on a magnetic detector signal for a seam weld/HAZ-region in steel pipe”, M.J.Sablik, D.C.Jiles and M.R.Govindaraju. IEEE Trans.Mag., 34, 2156, 1998.
  • “Modeling of magnetic properties of heat treated Dy-doped NdFeB particles bonded in isotropic and anisotropic arrangements”, X.Fang, D.C.Jiles and Y.Shi. IEEE Trans. Mag., 34, 1291, 1998.
  • “Modeling of hysteresis in isotropic magnetic materials under orthogonal bias fields”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles, 7th Joint InterMag/MMM Conference, San Francisco, January 6-9, 1998.
  • “Dependence of magnetic properties on crack size in steels”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 34, 2021, 1998.
  • “Finite Element analysis of the influence of fatigue cracks on magnetic properties of steels”, Y.M.Shi and D.C.Jiles. Journal of Applied Physics, 83, 6353, 1998.
  • “Domain wall motion in a random potential and hysteresis modelling”, M.Pasquale, V.Basso, G.Bertotti, D.C.Jiles and Y.Bi. Journal of Applied Physics, 83, 6497, 1998.
  • “A general procedure for monitoring core loss improvements in laser scribed metallic glass ribbons”, V.R.V.Ramanan, D.C.Jiles and M.J.Johnson. Proceedings of the 1998 NSF Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference, Monterrey, Mexico, January 5-8, 1998.
  • “Modeling of magnetic properties of NdFeB particulate composites with different compacting processes”, X.Fang and D.C.Jiles. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 187, 79, 1998.
  • “Generalization of hysteresis modeling to anisotropic and textured materials”, Y.M.Shi, D.C.Jiles and A.Ramesh. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 187, 75, 1998.
  • “Effects of radiation damage on the magnetic properties of ferromagnetic structural materials (Invited paper)”, D.C.Jiles, Special Invited Symposium on NDE of irradiation embrittlement of aging reactor components, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, December 1-5, 1997.
  • “Finite element simulation of creep damage effects on magnetic detector signal for a seam weld/HAZ region in steel pipe”, M.J.Sablik, D.C.Jiles and M.R.Govindaraju. Presented at the EPRI Conference NDE for Damage Assessment, La Jolla, California, October 6-8, 1997.
  • “Detection of fatigue crack propagation in steel using magnetic measurements”, Y.Bi and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 17, 1509, 1998.
  • “Finite element modeling of the efect of creep damage on a magnetic detector signal for seam welded steel pipes”, M.J.Sablik, D.C.Jiles and M.R.Govindaraju, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 17, 1493, 1998.
  • “Magnetic properties of ferrites under biaxial fields”, Y.Bi, D.C.Jiles, A.P.Parakka. International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), Cairns, Australia, July 27-August 1, 1997.
  • “Effect of stress and microstructural changes on magnetic properties of nickel-alumina composites”, M.Govindaraju, X.Fang, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), Cairns, Australia, July 27-August 1, 1997, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 177, 207, 1998.
  • “Effect of surface mechanical changes on magnetic Barkhausen emissions”, A.P.Parakka, J.Batey, D.C.Jiles, M.Zhang and H.Gupta. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 33, 4026, 1997.
  • “Evaluation of creep in nickel and nickel alloys from magnetic measurements”, X.Fang, M.Govindaraju, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. International Magnetics Conference, New Orleans, April 1-4, 1997.
  • “The dependence of magnetic properties on fatigue behavior in A533B nuclear pressure vessel steels”, Y.Bi, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 33, 3928, 1997.
  • “Application of the anisotropic extension of the theory of hysteresis to the magnetization curves of crystalline and textured magnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles, A.Ramesh and Y.Shi, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 33, 3961, 1997.
  • “Anisotropic three dimensional model for describing magnetization processes and magnetic properties of materials”, D.C.Jiles, A.Ramesh and Y.M.Shi, American Physical Society, March Meeting, Kansas City, March 19, 1997.
  • “A generalized three dimensional, anisotropic model for describing magnetic properties of materials”, D.C.Jiles and A.Ramesh, Institute of Physics Condensed Matter and Materials Physics Conference, York, UK, December 17-19, 1996.
  • “Magnetic measurement of creep damage: modeling and measurement”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles. Conference on Nondestructive Evaluation of Utilities and Pipelines, Scottsdale, Arizona, December 4-5, 1996. Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, SPIE Proceedings No.2947, 166, 1996.
  • “Barkhausen effect in steels and its dependence on surface condition”, A.P.Parakka, D.C.Jiles and H.Gupta. 41st Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Atlanta, November 12-15, 1996. Journal of Applied Physics, 81, 5085, 1997.
  • “Generalization of hysteresis modeling to anisotropic and textured materials”, A.Ramesh and D.C.Jiles. 41st Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Atlanta, November 12-15, 1996. Journal of Applied Physics, 81, 5585, 1997.
  • “Magnetomechanical effect in nickel and cobalt”, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles. 41st Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Atlanta, November 12-15, 1996. Journal of Applied Physics, 81, 5603, 1997.
  • “Magnetoelastic properties of Terfenol composites”, K.Dennis, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles, M.Linde and R.W.McCallum. 41st Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Atlanta, November 12-15, 1996. Journal of Applied Physics (abstract only), 81, 5423, 1997.
  • “Micromagnetic Barkhausen emissions in 2.25Cr-1Mo steel subjected to creep”, A.Mitra, Z.J.Chen, F.Laabs and D.C.Jiles. Philosophical Magazine, 75, 847, 1997.
  • “Magnetic Barkhausen emissions in as-quenched Fe-Si-B amorphous alloy”, A.Mitra and D.C.Jiles. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 168, 169, 1997.
  • “Magnetic nondestructive evaluation of nuclear pressure vessel steels for fatigue damage (Invited paper)”, Y.Bi, M.R.Govindaraju, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles, in “Nondestructive evaluation and materials properties III”, edited by P.K.Liaw et al., p.115, 1996.
  • “Evaluation of shot peening in high strength steels”, D.C.Jiles, R.Kern and W.A.Theiner, Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Shot Peening, San Francisco, September 2-6, 1996.
  • “Parametric imaging of surface hardness using Barkhausen technique”, A.P.Parakka and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 16, 1517, 1997.
  • “Micromagnetic changes in steel due to surface modification”, A.P.Parakka, D.C.Jiles, H.Gupta and M.Zhang, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 16, 1459, 1997.
  • “Effects of stress on the magnetic properties of steels”, D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 16, 1739, 1997.
  • “Nondestructive evaluation of creep damage in power plant steam generators and piping by a new magnetic inspection technique”, M.R.Govindaraju, D.A.Kaminski, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation, 30, 11, 1997.
  • “Applications of magnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Magnetic Hysteresis in Novel Magnetic Materials, Mykonos, Greece, July 12, 1996.
  • “Finite element simulation of magnetic detection of creep damage at seam welds”, M.J.Sablik, S.W.Rubin, D.C.Jiles, D.A.Kaminski and Y.Bi. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32, 4290, 1996.
  • “Magnetic measurements for in situ monitoring of component of nuclear systems”, D.A.Kaminski, Y.Bi, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles. International Magnetics Conference, Seattle, Washington, May 1996.
  • “Composition dependence between magnetomechanical effect and magnetostriction”, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32, 4740, 1996.
  • “A model of anisotropic anhysteretic magnetization”, A.Ramesh, D.C.Jiles and J.Roderick. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32, 4234, 1996.
  • “Magnetic property variations in nickel caused by non-magnetic inclusions”, A.Ramesh, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32, 4836, 1996.
  • “Magnetostriction and magnetic Gruneisen parameters in pseudo-binary rare earth transition metal alloys”, P.P.Pulvirenti and D.C.Jiles. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32, 4785, 1996.
  • “Modelling of permanent magnets: interpretation of parameters from the Jiles-Atherton hysteresis model”, L. Henderson Lewis, D.O.Welch, Z.Gao and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics 79, 6470, 1996.
  • “The dependence of energy dissipation on annealing temperature of melt spun NdFeB permanent magnet materials”, Z.Gao, D.C.Jiles, D.J.Branagan and R.W.McCallum, Journal of Applied Physics 79, 5510, 1996.
  • “Effects of surface condition on Barkhausen emissions in steel”, A.Parakka, D.C.Jiles, H.Gupta and S.Jalics, Journal of Applied Physics 79, 6045, 1996.
  • “Hydrogen charging in metals and its effect on magnetic properties”, A.Ramesh, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner, Journal of Applied Physics 79, 5453, 1996.
  • “Enhancement of the piezomagnetic response of highly magnetostrictive rare earth – iron alloys at KHz frequencies”, P.Pulvirenti, D.C.Jiles, R.D.Greenough and I.M.Reed, Journal of Applied Physics 79, 6219, 1996.
  • “The magnetomechanical effect in electrolytic iron”, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles. Journal of Applied Physics 79, 5493, 1996.
  • “Application of Barkhausen effect measurements for detection of near surface stress”, D.A.Kaminski and D.C.Jiles. 40th Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Philadelphia, November 6-9, 1995. Journal of Applied Physics 79, 4749, 1996. (Abstract only).
  • “Modelling the magnetic properties of materials for circuit simulator applications (Invited paper)”, D.C.Jiles and Z.Gao, “Non-linear electromagnetic systems”, p.365-373, edited by A.J.Moses and A.Basak, IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1996.
  • “Modelling of hysteresis in magnetic materials (Invited paper)”, D.C.Jiles and Z.Gao, Sixth European Magnetic Materials and Applications Conference, Vienna, Austria, September 4-8, 1995.
  • “Imaging of creep damaged CrMo steel piping using magnetic parameter variations”, M.Negley and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 15, 925, 1996.
  • “Estimation of grinding burn damage using Barkhausen and X ray measurements”, A.P.Parakka, D.C.Jiles and H.Gupta, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 15, 1547, 1996.
  • “Magnetic nondestructive evaluation techniques for inspection of railroad bridges”, M.R.Govindaraju, M.K.Devine, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. Proceedings of the Research-into-Practice Conference, p. 177-186, 1995.
  • “Theory and modelling of permeability changes in ordered magnetic materials subjected to time dependent magnetic fields”, D.C.Jiles. American Physical Society March Meeting, San Jose, California, March 20-24, 1995.
  • “Theory of the magnetomechanical effect”, D.C.Jiles. Journal of Physics D (Applied Physics), 28, 1537, 1995.
  • “Theory of frequency dependent hysteresis in electrically conducting magnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles. Institute of Physics, Condensed Matter and Materials Physics Conference, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, December 19-21, 1994.
  • “Effects of tensile stress on magnetic Barkhausen parameters in 2605CO amorphous alloys”, A.Mitra and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 31, 4020, 1995.
  • “Influence of microstructure on micromagnetic Barkhausen emissions in AISI 4140 steel”, A.Mitra, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans.Mag., 31, 4053, 1995.
  • “A magnetic coupling gel for improvement of magnetic interface coupling for nondestructive evaluation”, Z.J.Chen, M.Negley and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans.Mag., 31, 4029, 1995.
  • “Effects of tensile stress on magnetic Barkhausen emissions in amorphous Fe-Si-B alloy”, A.Mitra, L.B.Sipahi, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials 153, 231, 1995.
  • “Nondestructive magnetic measurements in weld and base metal of service exposed Cr-Mo steel”, A.Mitra, Z.J.Chen and D.C.Jiles. NDT International, 28, 29, 1995.
  • “Magnetization and magnetostriction in Tb-Dy-Fe”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke. Physica Status Solidi, 147, 535, 1995.
  • “Magneprobe: a portable system for detection and characterization of Barkhausen signals for nondestructive testing of ferromagnetic materials”, A.P.Parakka and D.C.Jiles. International Conference on Magnetism, Warsaw, Poland, August 22-26, 1994. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 140-144, 1841, 1995.
  • “The law of approach as a means of modelling the effect of time dependent stress on magnetization in hysteretic systems”, D.C.Jiles and M.K.Devine. International Conference on Magnetism, Warsaw, Poland, August 22-26, 1994. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 140-144, 1881, 1995.
  • “Effect of structural inhomogeneities induced by cyclic stress on the magnetic properties of iron based alloys”, Z.J.Chen and D.C.Jiles. Presented at the International Conference on Magnetism, Warsaw, Poland, August 22-26, 1994.
  • “Effects of magnetoelastic anisotropy on hysteresis and Barkhausen emissions in amorphous metals”, A.Mitra, L.B.Sipahi, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles. Presented at the International Conference on Magnetism, Warsaw, Poland, August 22-26, 1994.
  • “Magnetic Barkhausen noise studies in the evaluation of hydrogen embrittlement in steels”, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles. Presented at the Review of Progess in Quantitative NDE, Aspen, Colorado, August 1-5, 1994.
  • “Detection of creep damage in Cr-Mo steel by magnetic hysteresis measurement”, Z.J.Chen, A.Mitra, J.Kameda, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progess in Quantitative NDE, 14, 1701, 1995.
  • “Magnetic property evaluation of creep damaged Cr-Mo steel components used in fossil power plants”, A.Mitra, Z.J.Chen and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progess in Quantitative NDE, 14, 1733, 1995.
  • “Magneprobe: a computerized portable system for nondestructive evaluation of surface condition in ferritic components”, A.P.Parakka and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progess in Quantitative NDE, 14, 2325, 1995.
  • “Variation of coercivity of ferromagnetic material during cyclic stressing”, Z.Gao, Z.J.Chen, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. IEEE Trans. Mag. 30, 4593, 1994.
  • “Imaging surface conditions of ferromagnetic steel using Barkhausen techniques”, M.A.Negley and D.C.Jiles. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. IEEE Trans. Mag. 30, 4509, 1994.
  • “Assessment of creep damage in ferromagnetic materials using magnetic inspection”, Z.J.Chen, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles, S.B.Biner and M.J.Sablik. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. IEEE Trans. Mag. 30, 4596, 1994.
  • “Improvements in the energy efficiency characteristics of metallic glass ribbons by a laser scribing process”, M.R.Govindaraju, A.Parakka, D.C.Jiles and P.Molian. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994.
  • “Magneprobe: a portable system for detection and characterization of Barkhausen signals for in situ nondestructive testing of ferromagnetic materials”, A.Parakka and D.C.Jiles. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994.
  • “Effects of surface stress on computer simulation of Barkhausen effect emissions: model predictions and comparison with X ray diffraction studies”, D.C.Jiles and L.Suominen. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. IEEE Trans. Mag. 30, 4924, 1994.
  • “Recent developments in modelling of the stress derivative of magnetization in ferromagnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles and M.K.Devine. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. J.Appl.Phys. 76, 7015, 1994.
  • “Modelling the effects of eddy current losses on frequency dependent hysteresis in electrically conducting media”, D.C.Jiles. Presented at the 6th joint Intermag/Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Albuquerque, June 1994. IEEE Trans. Mag. 30, 4326, 1994.
  • “Detection of creep damage using magnetic Barkhausen technique”, L.B.Sipahi, D.A.Kaminski, S.B.Biner and D.C.Jiles. Materials Research Society, Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 4-8th, 1994.
  • “Stochastic process theory for modelling micromagnetic effects in materials”, Institute of Physics, Condensed Matter and Materials Physics Conference, Leeds, United Kingdom, December 20-22, 1993.
  • “Improving the energy efficiency characteristics of magnetic metallic glasses through excimer laser treatment”, S.Patri, P.Molian, A.Ray, P.Ilavarasan, A.Parakka, D.C.Jiles and M.R.Govindaraju. Proceedings of the ICALEO Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 1993.
  • “Monitoring neutron embrittlement in nuclear pressure vessel steels using micromagnetic Barkhausen emissions”, L.B.Sipahi, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles, J. Appl. Phys. 75, 6981, 1994.
  • “Estimation of fatigue exposure from magnetic hysteresis parameters”, Z.J.Chen, J.Kameda and D.C.Jiles, J. Appl. Phys. 75, 6975, 1994.
  • “Measurements of intrinsic magnetic properties of materials from surface inspection”, Z.J.Chen and D.C.Jiles, 38th Conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 15th-18th, 1993. J. Appl. Phys. 75, 5922, 1994. (Abstract only).
  • “Modelling of the effects of stress on magnetization in ferromagnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles, 38th Conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 15th-18th, 1993. J. Appl. Phys. 75, 5676, 1994. (Abstract only).
  • “Frequency dependence of hysteresis curves in conducting magnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles, 38th Conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 15th-18th, 1993. J. Appl. Phys. 75, 5511, 1994. (Abstract only). Full paper in J. Appl. Phys. 76, 5849, 1994.
  • “Applications of micromagnetic Barkhausen emissions as noninvasive material characterization technique”, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles, 38th Conference on Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 15th-18th, 1993.
  • “SEM investigation of fatigue induced microstructural changes and the resulting effect on magnetic properties of structural steels”, M.R.Govindaraju, Z.J.Chen, A.Strom and D.C.Jiles. TMS Materials Week Conference, Pittsburgh, 18th-21st October, 1993. Published in “Nondestructive evaluation and materials properties II”, p.133, edited by P.K.Liaw, O.Buck, R.J.Arsenault and R.E.Green Jr., The Metallurgical Society, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, 1994.
  • “Nondestructive evaluation of radiation degradation in nuclear pressure vessel steels using magnetic Barkhausen signal analysis”, M.R.Govindaraju, L.B.Sipahi, D.C.Jiles P.K.Liaw and D.S.Drinon. TMS Materials Week Conference, Pittsburgh, 18th-21st October, 1993. Published in “Nondestructive evaluation and materials properties II”, p.121, edited by P.K.Liaw, O.Buck, R.J.Arsenault and R.E.Green Jr., The Metallurgical Society, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, 1994.
  • “Modelling of the frequency dependence of major and minor hysteresis loops in magnetic materials using a self consistent approach”, D.C.Jiles. ASM Materials Week Conference, Pittsburgh, 18th-21st October 1993.
  • “Neural network prediction of creep damage based on magnetic properties in power plant piping”, M.Negley, M.R.Govindaraju and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 13B, 1817, 1994.
  • “Magnetic Barkhausen effect studies in the evaluation of neutron irradiation degradation in nuclear pressure vessel steels”, L.B.Sipahi, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles, P.K.Liaw and D.S.Drinon. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 13B, 1801, 1994.
  • “Evaluation of steel bridges by magnetic hysteresis measurements”, M.K.Devine, A.Strom, D.C.Jiles and D.Utrata. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 13B, 1777, 1994.
  • “The development of highly magnetostrictive rare earth iron alloys”, D.C.Jiles. Journal of Physics D (Applied Physics), 27, 1, 1994.
  • “Modelling of magnetization using the theory of hysteresis”, D.C.Jiles. Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Techniques in Power Engineering, p.40-56, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 17th April 1993.
  • “Theoretical modelling of the effects of anisotropy and stress on the magnetization and magnetostriction of Tb-Dy-Fe”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke. Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 134, 143, 1994.
  • “Enhanced differential magnetostrictive response in annealed Terfenol-D”, N.Galloway, M.P.Schulze, R.D.Greenough and D.C.Jiles. Applied Physics Letters, 63, 842, 1993.
  • “A model for hysteretic magnetic properties under the application of non-coaxial stress and field”, M.J.Sablik, S.W.Rubin, L.A.Riley, D.C.Jiles, D.A.Kaminski and S.B.Biner. Journal of Applied Physics, 74, 480, 1993.
  • “Modelling of reversible domain wall motion under the action of magnetic field and localized defects”, Z.J.Chen and D.C.Jiles. International Magnetics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, April 13-16th, 1993. IEEE Trans. Mag. 29, 2554, 1993.
  • “Micromagnetic surface measurements for evaluation of surface modifications due to cyclic stress”, Z.J.Chen, A.Strom and D.C.Jiles. International Magnetics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, April 13-16th, 1993. IEEE Trans. Mag. 29, 3031, 1993.
  • “Frequency dependence of hysteresis curves in non conducting magnetic materials”, D.C.Jiles. International Magnetics Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, April 13-16th, 1993. IEEE Trans. Mag. 29, 3490, 1993.
  • “Coupled magnetoelastic theory of magnetic and magnetostrictive hysteresis”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 29, 2113, 1993.
  • “Evaluation of surface modifications in high strength steels”, D.C.Jiles, R.Kern and W.A.Theiner. Nondestructive Testing & Evaluation, 10, 317, 1993.
  • “Measurements of magnetic circuit characteristics for comprehension of intrinsic magnetic properties of materials from surface inspection”, Z.J.Chen, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5620, 1993.
  • “Modelling of micromagnetic Barkhausen activity using a stochastic process extension to the theory of hysteresis”, L.B.Sipahi, D.C.Jiles and G.Williams. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5830, 1993.
  • “Comprehensive analysis of Barkhausen emission spectra using pulse height analysis, frequency spectrum and pulse waveform analysis”, L.B.Sipahi, D.Chandler and D.C.Jiles. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5623, 1993.
  • “A model for hysteretic behavior in ferromagnets subject to non collinear applied stress and field”, M.J.Sablik, S.W.Rubin, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 6178, 1993. (Abstract only).
  • “Magnescope: applications in nondestructive evaluation”, D.C.Jiles, A.R.Eichmann and M.K.Devine. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5617, 1993.
  • “Analytic model calculation of magnetic fields in a magnetic half space due to surface magnetic charge”, Z.J.Chen M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 6858, 1993.
  • “The magnetostrictive laser diode magnetometer for personal magnetic field dosimetry”, R.Chung, R.Weber and D.C.Jiles. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5638, 1993. (Abstract only).
  • “Physical interpretation of the hysteresis parameters in the theory of hysteresis”, D.C.Jiles. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 5854, 1993. (Abstract only).
  • “Evaluation of fatigue in steel structural components by magnetoelastic Barkhausen noise technique”, M.R.Govindaraju, D.C.Jiles, A.Strom and S.B.Biner. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992. Journal of Applied Physics, 73, 6165, 1993.
  • “Enhanced differential magnetostrictive response in annealed Terfenol-D”, N.Galloway, R.D.Greenough, M.Schulze, D.C.Jiles, J.D.Verhoeven and P.Pulvirenti. 37th Annual Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Conference, Houston, November 1992.
  • “Life prediction and nondestructive evaluation of materials properties in the power plant industry”, P.K.Liaw, W.G.Clark Jr., R.Rishel, D.Drinon, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles, Proceeding of the First International Conference on microstructures and mechanical properties of aging materials, Chicago, November 1992, p.345. Edited by P.K.Liaw, R.Viswanathan, K.L.Murty, D.Frear and E.P.Simonen.
  • “Angular dependence of the magnetic properties of steels under the action of uniaxial stress”, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles, S.B.Biner and M.J.Sablik. Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, November, 1992.
  • “Barkhausen emission technique for evaluating shot peening quality in high strength steels”, L.B.Sipahi, M.K.Devine, D.C.Jiles and D.D.Palmer. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 12, 1847, 1993.
  • “Evaluation of fatigue damage in steel structural components by a new magnetic measurement technique”, M.R.Govindaraju, A.Strom, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 12, 1839, 1993.
  • “Stress detection in steels through variation in magnetic properties”, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles, S.B.Biner and M.J.Sablik. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 12, 1831, 1993.
  • “Magnetic property changes in various steel structures due to irradiation”, M.K.Devine, D.C.Jiles, P.K.Liaw, R.D.Rishel and D.S.Drinon. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 12, 1815, 1993.
  • International Conference on Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance of Plants and Structures, Florence, Italy, May 17-20th, 1992. “Nondestructive evaluation research at Iowa State University”, D.C.Jiles.
  • “An investigation of various procedures for analysis of micromagnetic Barkhausen signals for nondestructive evaluation of steels”, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles, Nondestructive Testing & Evaluation, 10, 183, 1992.
  • American Physical Society Meeting, Indianapolis, 16-20th March, 1992. “The effect of stress on hysteresis loss”, M.J.Sablik, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles and S.B.Biner.
  • “A self consistent generalized model for the calculation of minor loop excursions in the theory of hysteresis”, D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 28, 2603, 1992.
  • “New procedures for in situ measurement of the magnetic properties of materials: applications of the Magnescope”, A.R.Eichmann, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 28, 2462, 1992.
  • “Effects of high temperature creep on the magnetic properties of steels”, M.K.Devine and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag., 28, 2465, 1992.
  • “Variation of strain amplitude and phase in a cylindrical specimen of Tb-Dy-Fe in an ac magnetic field”, M.P.Schulze, R.Chung, J,Greenough, R.Greenough, D.C.Jiles and R.Weber, IEEE Trans. Mag., 28, 3162, 1992.
  • “Micromagnetic Barkhausen emission analysis of Tb-Dy-Fe under the action of an alternating field excitation”, L.B.Sipahi, M.P.Schulze, D.C.Jiles and R.D.Greenough, IEEE Trans. Mag. 28, 3153, 1992.
  • International Magnetics Conference, St.Louis, Missouri, April 13-16th 1992, “Modelling coercivity as a function of stress in steel”, M.J.Sablik, S.W.Rubin, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles and I.J.Garshelis.
  • Gordon Research Coference on NDE, Oxnard, California, January 20-24th, 1992. “Magnetic inspection techniques for NDE”, D.C.Jiles.
  • “Detection of fatigue in structural steels by magnetic property measurements”, M.K.Devine, D.A.Kaminski, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles, J. Mater. Eng. & Perf., 1, 249, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “Effects of cyclic stress on the magnetic hysteresis parameters of polycrystalline iron”, M.K.Devine, D.C.Jiles and S.Hariharan, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 377, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “Highly magnetostrictive rare earth iron intermetallic for a magnetostrictive magnetometer”, R.Chung, R.Weber and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 1455, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “In situ determination of the magnetic properties of soft magnetic materials using an automated magnetic measuring system”, A.R.Eichmann, D.C.Jiles and M.K.Devine, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 375, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “Model calculation for determining local energy minima in the orientation of magnetic domains in terbium-dysprosium-iron single grystals”, J.B.Thoelke and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 1453, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “Interpretation of the frequency dependence of Barkhausen emissions for investigating the depth dependence of magnetic properties”, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 385, 1992.
  • International Conference on Magnetism, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2nd-6th, 1991. “Angular dependence of the magnetic properties of polycrystalline iron under the action of uniaxial stress”, D.A.Kaminski, D.C.Jiles and M.J.Sablik, Journal of Magnetism & Magnetic Materials, 104, 382, 1992.
  • Third Fossil Plant Inspection Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, August 13th-15th, 1991. “Detection of incipient failure of steels from magnetic property measurements (Invited paper)”, D.C.Jiles.
  • “Effects of irradiation, aging and prestraining on the magnetic properties of ASTM-533B steels”, D.C.Jiles, M.K.Devine, J.Apostol and P.K.Liaw. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 11, 1777, 1992.
  • “Magnetic NDE techniques for detecting mechanical changes in materials”, M.K.Devine, D.C.Jiles, D.A.Kaminski and D.Chandler, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 11, 1771, 1992.
  • “Micromagnetic surface studies of materials for NDE”, L.B.Sipahi and D.C.Jiles. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 11, 1791, 1992.
  • 5th Joint Intermag/MMM Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 18th-21st, 1991. “Modelling of the combined effects of stress and magnetic field on the magnetostriction of Tb-Dy-Fe”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 27, 5352, 1991.
  • 5th Joint Intermag/MMM Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 18th-21st, 1991. “A magnetostrictive diode laser magnetometer”, R.Chung, R.Weber and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 27, 5358, 1991.
  • “Determination of theoretical parameters for modelling bulk magnetic hysteresis properties using the theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis”, D.C.Jiles, J.B.Thoelke and M.K.Devine. IEEE Trans.Mag. 28, 27, 1992.
  • Materials Technology Conference, San Francisco, February 5th-7th, 1991. “Estimation of remaining lifetime in ferritic steels using magnetic methods”, D.C.Jiles, (Invited paper).
  • 35th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, San Diego, California, October 31st-November 3rd, 1990. “A three dimensional anisotropic rotation model for magnetization and magnetostriction in Tb-Dy-Fe”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke.
  • ASM Materials Week Conference, Detroit, Michigan, October 8th-11th, 1990.”Evaluation of materials properties using magnetic measurements and computer modelling”, D.C.Jiles, (Invited paper).
  • “Detection of temper embrittlement in steels using magnetic inspection methods”, D.C.Jiles, J.B.Thoelke, W.G.Clark, J.N.Iyer and R.DeNale, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE 10, 2015, 1991.
  • “Development of magnetic inspection techniques for evaluation of fatigue damage and stress in low alloy steels”, M.K.Devine, S.Hariharan and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE 10, 2021, 1991.
  • “The effects of temper embrittlement on the magnetic and mechanical properties of nickel chromium steels”, D.C.Jiles, J.B.Thoelke, W.G.Clark and R.DeNale. Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation, 6, 75, 1991.
  • “Magnescope : A portable magnetic inspection system for evaluation of steel structures and components”, D.C.Jiles, S.Hariharan and M.K.Devine, IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, 26, 2577, 1990.
  • International Magnetics Conference, Brighton, England, April 17-20th 1990. “Domain magnetisation distribution calculation in stressed and unstressed Terfenol-D”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke.
  • “Development and characterization of the highly magnetostrictive alloy Terfenol-D for use in sensors and actuators”, D.C.Jiles, in “New Materials and their Applications”, p.365, edited by D.Holland, Institute of Physics, London, 1990.
  • “Interpretation of the magnetisation mechanism in Terfenol-D using Barkhausen pulse height analysis and irreversible magnetostriction”, D.C.Jiles and S.Hariharan, Journal of Applied Physics 67, 5013, 1990.
  • 34th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Boston, Mass., November 1989, “First principles approach to magnetostrictive hysteresis”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics 67, 5019, 1990. (Abstract only).
  • 34th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Magnetic Materials, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1989. “Pulse height spectrum analysis of Barkhausen emissions in the frequency range 15kHz-250kHz”, D.C.Jiles and S.Hariharan, Journal of Applied Physics 67, 5475, 1990. (Abstract only).
  • “Nondestructive methods for the determination of mechanical properties of materials”, L.J.H.Brasche, D.C.Jiles and O.Buck, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 9B, 1581, 1990.
  • “Microstructure and stress dependence of the magnetic properties of steel”, D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 9B, 1821, 1990.
  • “Review of Magnetic Methods for Nondestructive Evaluation (Part 2 : Flux Leakage and related Methods)”, D.C. Jiles, NDT International 23, 83, 1990.
  • Symposium on non linear ferromagnetic hysteresis, Rosenheim, West Germany, 23rd-24th May, 1989. “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis and its applications to modelling of components for circuit simulation (Invited paper)”, D.C.Jiles.
  • “Fatigue induced changes in the magnetic properties of ferritic rail steel”, D.C.Jiles and D.Utrata. In “Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on NDE”, p313. Published by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, 1990.
  • “A model for magabsorption as an NDE tool for stress measurement”, M.J.Sablik, W.L.Rollwitz and D.C.Jiles. In “Proceedings of the 17th Symposium on NDE”, p.212. Published by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, 1990.
  • American Physical Society, Solid State Physics Meeting, St. Louis, March 20-24, 1989.”First principles calculation of the hysteretic magnetostriction as a function of stress”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles.
  • “The effects of stress on magnetic Barkhausen activity in ferromagnetic steels”, D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag. 25, 3455, 1989.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis: determination of model parameters from experimental hysteresis loops”, D.C.Jiles and J.B.Thoelke, IEEE Trans. Mag. 25, 3928, 1989.
  • TMS Annual Spring Meeting, Las Vegas, March 1989. “NDE methods for the determination of thermal history and mechanical properties of aluminum-lithium alloys”, O.Buck, D.J.Bracci, L.J.H.Brasche and D.C.Jiles.
  • “Non destructive detection of the T1 phase in Al-Li alloys.” O.Buck, L.J.H.Brasche, J.E.Shield, D.J.Bracci, D.C.Jiles and L.S.Chumbley, Scripta Metallurgica, 23, 183, 1989.
  • “A multiparameter magnetic inspection system for NDE of ferromagnetic materials” (Invited paper), D.C.Jiles, in “Non Destructive Characterization of Materials”, Ed. P.Holler, p.715, (Springer-Verlag) 1989.
  • “Detection stress in steels from maximum differential susceptibility” (Invited paper), D.C.Jiles, P.Garikepati, in “Non Destructive Characterization of Materials”, Ed. P.Holler, p.524, (Springer-Verlag) 1989.
  • “Evaluation of residual stress in 300M and AISI 4140 steels using hysteresis loss and differential permeability measurements”. D.C.Jiles, P.Garikepati, and D.D.Palmer. Review of progress in Quantitative NDE, 8B, 2081, 1989.
  • “Detection of expended fatigue life of AISI 4140 steels from magnetic measurements”. P.Garikepati, D.C.Jiles, J.B.Thoelke and D.Utrata. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 8B, 2061, 1989.
  • “Determination of selected mechanical properties of aged Al-Li alloys using NDE methods”, L.J.H.Brasche, D.J.Bracci, O.Buck, D.C.Jiles and J.Snodgrass. Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 8B, 1717, 1989.
  • “Electrical and mechanical properties of precipitation hardened Al-Li alloys”, D.J.Bracci, L.J.H.Brasche, O.Buck, and D.C.Jiles, Mat. Sci. & Eng., A119, 7, 1989.
  • “Ultrasonic and magnetic analysis of porosity in iron compacts”, W.A.Spitzig, R.B.Thompson and D.C.Jiles, Metallurgical Transactions 20A, 571, 1989.
  • Workshop on NDE measurement technology to assess material properties and property cahanges related to aging, Gaithersburg, Maryland, October 27-28th, 1988. “Advance indications of incipient failure modes using magnetic inspection”, D.C.Jiles.
  • “A pressure cell for magnetostrictive measurements”, J.E.Ostenson, D.C.Jiles and D.K.Finnemore, Review of Scientific Instruments 60, 278, 1988.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis: evaluation of stress from hysteresis curves”, P. Garikepati, T.T.Chang and D.C.Jiles, IEEE Trans. Mag. 24, 2922, 1988.
  • “A model for hysteresis in magnetostriction”, M.J.Sablik and D.C.Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics, 64, 5402, 1988.
  • “Barkhausen effect and discontinuous magnetostriction in Terfenol-D”, D.C.Jiles, J.E.Ostenson and C.V.Owen, Journal of Applied Physics 64, 5417, 1988.
  • “Magneto acoustic emission and discontinuous magnetostriction in Dy-Tb-Fe”, D.C.Jiles, J.E.Ostenson and C.V.Owen, J. de Physique 49-C8, 1939, 1988.
  • “Stress dependence of the magnetic properties of Ni-Cu and Ni-Co alloys. D.C.Jiles, T.T.Chang, D.R.Hougen and R.Ranjan, J. de Physique 49-C8, 1937, 1988.
  • SQUID NDE Workshop, Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, April 13-15, 1988. “Non destructive evaluation of stress in ferromagnetic materials from maximum differential permeability”, D.C.Jiles. (Invited paper)
  • “The stress dependence of the magnetic properties of some Ni-Cu and Ni-Co alloys”, D.C.Jiles, R.Ranjan and D.R.Hougen, Journal of Applied Physics, 64, 3620, 1988.
  • “Variation of the magnetic properties of AISI 4140 steels with plastic strain”, D.C. Jiles, Physica Status Solidi, 108, 417, 1988.
  • “A model for the effect of stress on the low frequency harmonic content of the magnetic induction in ferromagnetic materials”, M.J. Sablik, G.L. Burkhardt, H. Kwun and D.C. Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics, 63, 3930, 1988.
  • “Integrated on-line instrumentation for simultaneous automated measurement of magnetic field, induction, Barkhausen effect, magnetoacoustic emission and magnetostriction”, D.C. Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics, 63, 3946, 1988.
  • “The influence size and morphology of eutectoid carbides on the magnetic properties of carbon steels”, D.C.Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics, 63, 2980, 1988.
  • “Effects of tensile plastic deformation on the magnetic properties of AISI 4140 steel”, D.C. Jiles and D. Utrata, Journal of NDE. 6, 129, 1988.
  • “Magnetic properties of porous iron compacts”, D.C. Jiles, C.V. Owen and W.A. Spitzig, Journal of NDE, 6, 119, 1988.
  • “The effect of compressive plastic deformation on the magnetic properties of AISI 4130 steels with various microstructures”, D.C. Jiles, J. Phys. D (Applied Physics), 21, 1196, 1988.
  • “Magnetic properties and microstructure of AISI 1000 series carbon steels”, D.C. Jiles, J. Phys. D (Applied Physics), 21, 1186, 1988.
  • “Review of magnetic methods for nondestructive evaluation”, D.C. Jiles. NDT International, 21, 311, 1988.
  • “Recent developments in the Ames magnetic testing facility”, D.C. Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 7, 1715, 1988.
  • “Strain dependence of the magnetic properties of AISI 4130 and 4140 alloy steels”, D.C. Jiles and D. Utrata, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, 7, 1455, 1988.
  • “Search for NDE methods to characterise the thermal history and mechanical properties of Al-Li alloys”, D.J. Bracci, P. Garikepati, D.C. Jiles and O. Buck, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, 7, 1255, 1988
  • “Grain size measurements using magnetic & acoustic Barkhausen noise” R. Ranjan, D.C. Jiles, O. Buck and R.B. Thompson, Journal of Applied Physics, 61, 3199, 1987.
  • “A model for the effect of tensile & compressive stress on ferromagnetic hysteresis”, M.J. Sablik, H. Kwun, G.L. Burkhardt and D.C. Jiles, Journal of Applied Physics, 61, 3799, 1987.
  • “NDE methods for determination of thermal history and mechanical properties of Al-Li alloys”, D.J. Bracci D.C. Jiles and O. Buck, in Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, 6, 1395, 1987.
  • “Investigation of the microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of 4130 alloy steels for NDE”, D.C. Jiles and J.D. Verhoeven, Review of Progresss in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation” 6, 1681, 1987.
  • “Magnetic properties of decarburised steels: an investigation of the effects of grain size and carbon content”, R. Ranjan, D.C. Jiles and P.K. Rastogi, IEEE Trans. Mag. MAG-23, 1869, 1987.
  • Fifth Conference on Properties and Applications of Magnetic Materials, Chicago, U.S.A., May 1986. “Magnetic methods for characterisation of materials properties”, D.C. Jiles.
  • “Magnetoacoustic emission, magnetisation and Barkhausen effect in decarburised steel”, R. Ranjan, D.C. Jiles and P.K. Rastogi, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, MAG-22, 511, 1986.
  • Conference on Non Destructive Inspection of Ferromagnetic Materials, Houston, U.S.A., March 1986. “Evaluation of the properties and treatment of ferromagnetic steels using magnetic measurements”, D.C. Jiles.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis”, D.C.Jiles and D.L.Atherton, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 61, 48, 1986.
  • “Effects of stress on magnetization”, D.L.Atherton and D.C.Jiles, NDT International, 19, 15, 1986.
  • Conference on Advanced Methods in Non Destructive Evaluation, Kingston, Canada, October 1985. “Magnetic methods for non destructive evaluation”, (Invited Paper), D.C.Jiles.
  • International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), San Francisco, California, August 1985. “Microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of the iron carbon system”, S. Habermehl, D.C. Jiles, J.D. Verhoeven and H. Downing.
  • International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), San Francisco, U.S.A., August 1985. “Effects of stress on the magnetic properties of ferromagnetic materials: a study of the magnetomechanical effect in steel”, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton.
  • International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), San Francisco, U.S.A., August 1985. “Piezo-optic properties of gadolinium”, D.C. Jiles and M.P. Staines.
  • “An automated control and data logging system for the determination of magnetic properties of materials for non destructive evaluation”, S.Habermehl and D.C.Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, 5, 843, 1986.
  • Fourth Conference on the Properties and Applications of Magnetic Materials, Chicago, May 1985. “Magnetomechanical effects in steel and the influence of microstructure”, D.L. Atherton, D.C. Jiles and C. Welbourn.
  • “Influence of chemical composition and heat treatment on the magnetic properties of steel”, S.Habermehl, D.C.Jiles and C.M.Teller. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, MAG-21, 1909, 1985.
  • “Dependence of the anhysteretic magnetisation on stress in steel”, L.G. Dobranski, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton, Journal of Applied Physics 57, 4229, 1985.
  • Fifth Canadian Conference on Non Destructive Testing, Toronto, Canada, October 1984. “The influence of stress on the inspection of steel with particular reference to gas pipelines”, D.L.Atherton, C.Welbourn and D.C.Jiles.
  • “Stress induced magnetization changes in steel pipes (2)”, D.L.Atherton, C.Welbourn, D.C.Jiles, L.Reynolds and J.Scott Thomas, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 20, 2129, 1984.
  • “Magnetoelastic properties of high-purity single crystal terbium”, D.C. Jiles, S.B. Palmer, D.W. Jones, S.P. Farrant and K.A. Gschneidner Jr., J. Phys. F (Metal Physics), 14, 3061, 1984.
  • Conference on Non Destructive Inspection of Ferromagnetic Materials, Houston, Texas, March 1984. “Application of hysteresis modelling to the non destructive inspection of stress”, (Invited Paper), D.C. Jiles, S. Habermehl and D.L. Atherton.
  • “A microcomputer based system for control of applied uniaxial stress and magnetic field”, D.C. Jiles, D.L. Atherton, H.E. Lassen, D. Noble and T.Astle, Review of Scientific Instruments, 55, 1843, 1984.
  • “Theory of the magnetisation process in ferromagnets and its application to the magnetomechanical effect”, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton, J. Phys. D (Applied Phys) 17, 1265, 1984.
  • “Pseudopotential coefficients for the electron band structure of aluminum and their deformation potentials from piezoreflectance measurements”, D.C.Jiles, Solid State Comms. 51, 327, 1984.
  • “Ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effects of stress on magnetisation”, D.C. Jiles, Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation” 4, 1141, 1984.
  • Third Conference on Properties and Applications of Magnetic Materials, Chicago, U.S.A. May, 1984. “Ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effects of stress on magnetisation”, (Invited Paper), D.C. Jiles.
  • “Effects of alloying on the band structure of gold: piezoreflectance measurements on some AuCo and AuV alloys”, D.C.Jiles, P.W.Gilberd, M.P.Staines and A.Bittar, J. Phys. Chem. Sol. 45, 595, 1984.
  • “Piezo optic properties of nickel and platinum”, D.C. Jiles and M.P. Staines, J. Phys. Chem. Sol. 45, 151, 1984.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis”, (Invited Paper), D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton, Journal of Applied Physics 55, 2115, 1984.
  • “Optical properties of the heavy rare earths: piezoreflectance of gadolinium, dysprosium and erbium”, D.C. Jiles and M.P. Staines, Physical Review B, 28, 5746, 1983.
  • “Piezo optic properties of aluminium”, D.C. Jiles and M.P. Staines, Solid State Communications 47, (1), 37, 1983.
  • “Stress-induced magnetisation changes in steel pipes (1) – laboratory tests”, D.L. Atherton, L.W. Coathup, D.C. Jiles, L. Longo, C. Welbourn and A. Teitsma, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics MAG-19, 1564, 1983.
  • International Conference on Pipeline Inspection Methods, Edmonton, Canada, June 1983. “The development of an above-ground stress measurement method for pipelines”, D.L. Atherton, D.C. Jiles, A. Teitsma and H. French.
  • “Effects of stress on the magnetisation of steel”, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, MAG-19, 2021, 1983.
  • “Ferromagnetic hysteresis”, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, MAG-19, 2183, 1983.
  • “Performance studies of a high speed ultrasonic sing around system”, D.C. Jiles, S.B. Palmer and D.G. Whitehead, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement IM-31, 280, 1982.
  • Canadian Association of Physicists Conference, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 1982. “A mean field model of the hysteresis mechanism in ferromagnetic materials”, D.C. Jiles and D.L. Atherton.
  • “Hydrostatic pressure derivatives of the elastic constants of dysprosium over the range 0-100 MPa.”, D.C. Jiles, S.B. Palmer and G.A. Saunders, Phys. Letts. 87A, 297, 1982.
  • “Interpretation of anomalies in the magnetoelastic properties of gadolinium by domain phase theory”, D.J. Martin, S.B. Palmer and D.C. Jiles, J. Mag. Mag. Mater. 29, 87, 1982.
  • Rare Earths Conference, Birmingham, England, April 1981. “Domain magnetisation interpretation of magnetoelastic effects in gadolinium”, D.J Martin, S.B. Palmer and D.C. Jiles.
  • “Hydrostatic pressure derivatives of the elastic moduli of terbium, dysprosium and erbium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer, Phil. Mag. 44, 447, 1981.
  • “Third order elastic constants of erbium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer, J. Appl. Phys. 52, 1113, 1981.
  • Australia & New Zealand Institutes of Physics Solid State Physics Conference, Wagga, NSW, Australia, February 1981. “Third order elastic constants of erbium”, (Invited Paper), D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer.
  • “Magnetoelastic effects in terbium”, D.C. Jiles, G.N. Blackie and S.B. Palmer, J. Mag. Mag. Mater. 24, 75, 1981.
  • “Magnetoelastic effects in erbium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer, J. Phys. F (Metal Physics) 11, 45, 1981.
  • “Magnetoelastic effects in gadolinium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer, J. Phys. F (Metal Physics) 10, 2857, 1980.
  • Australia & New Zealand Institutes of Physics Solid State Physics Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, February 1980. “Magnetoelastic effects in some heavy rare earths”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer.
  • International Conference on Magnetism (ICM), Munich, West Germany, September 3-7, 1979. “The magnetic phase diagram of gadolinium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer.
  • Institute of Physics Magnetism Conference on Bloch Wall Dynamics, London, England, April 1979. “The magnetic phase diagrams of gadolinium and terbium”, D.C. Jiles and S.B. Palmer.
  • “Ultrasonic study of the magnetic structure of rare earth metals”, S.B. Palmer, C. Isci and D.C. Jiles, Journal de Physique 40-C5, 33, 1979.
  • Rare Earths Conference, Birmingham, England, April 17-18, 1978. “The magnetic phase diagram of terbium”, S.B. Palmer and D.C. Jiles.

PRESENTATIONS

  • Magnetic Materials: Applications in Sensors and Actuators, D.C. Jiles, Department of Communication and Electronic Engineering, University of Plymouth, July 3, 2003.
  • Recent developments in rare earth based magnetostrictive materials and their applications D.C.Jiles, C.C.H.Lo, K.A.Gschneidner Jr. and V.K.Pecharsky, Physics Department, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, June 27, 2003.
  • Recent developments in rare earth based magnetostrictive materials and their applications D.C.Jiles, C.C.H.Lo, K.A.Gschneidner Jr. and V.K.Pecharsky, Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale Galileo Ferraris, Torino, Italy, June 18, 2003.
  • Recent developments in rare earth based magnetostrictive materials and their applications D.C.Jiles, C.C.H.Lo, K.A.Gschneidner Jr. and V.K.Pecharsky, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic, June 10, 2003.
  • Extraordinary magnetomechanical coupling as a result of a combined magnetic/structural transition in a new class of rare earth compound, Annual Conference of the Korean Magnetics Society, Yong Pyeong, Korea, December 11, 2002.
  • The effects of stress on magnetic properties of materials and the use of magnetic measurements for evaluation of materials Wolfson Centre for Magnetics Technology, University of Cardiff, United Kingdom, November 28, 2002.
  • Extraordinary magnetomechanical coupling as a result of a combined magnetic/structural transition in a new class of rare earth compound, Physics Department, University of York, United Kingdom, November 27, 2002.
  • Extraordinary magnetic and magnetocaloric properties in a new class of rare earth compound, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, November 26, 2002.
  • Development of new magnetic imaging equipment for nondestructive evaluation of materials, Bengal Engineering College, Howrah, November 2, 2002.
  • materials, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Department of Atomic Energy of India, Calcutta, November 1, 2002
  • Development of new magnetic imaging equipment for nondestructive evaluation of
  • The effects of stress on magnetic properties and the use of magnetic measurements for evaluation of materials, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Calcutta, October 31, 2002
  • Extraordinary magnetomechanical coupling as a result of a combined magnetic structural transition in a new class of rare earth compound, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, October 30, 2002
  • Development of new magnetic imaging equipment for nondestructive evaluation of materials, National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, October 28, 2002
  • Conference on Resurgence of Metallic Materials, Institute of Engineers of India, Jamshedpur, October 25, 2002.
  • The effects of stress on magnetic properties and the use of magnetic measurements for evaluation of materials
  • Development of new magnetic imaging equipment for nondestructive evaluation of materials, Tata Steel Company, Jamshedpur, October 24, 2002
  • The application of magnetic measurements to the nondestructive evaluation of materials, Michigan State University, October 3, 2002.
  • “New magnetostrictive composite material for magnetoelastic torque sensors applications”, Center for Micromagnetics and Information Technology, University of Minnesota, November 3, 2000.
  • The Matteucci (inverse Wiedemann) effect and its applications to magnetomechanical torque sensors, Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, July 6, 2000.
  • Theory and modeling of the Matteucci (inverse Wiedemann) effect in nickel and cobalt ferrite, Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale, Turin, Italy, July 3, 2000.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Forschungszentrum Julich, June 27, 2000.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Center for Advanced European Studies and Research, Research Institute, Bonn, Germany, June 26, 2000.
  • Recent advances in magnetoelastic materials for Matteucci (inverse Wiedemann) effect sensors, Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Na Slovance, Prague, Czech Republic, June 19, 2000.
  • Magnetic hysteresis modeling. A short course presented at the Technical University of Vienna, June-July 2000.
  • “Magnetomechanical effect in metal-bonded cobalt ferrite composites under torsional strain for torque sensors”, Physics Department, University of Hull, December 20, 1999.
  • “Modeling magnetic properties of materials”, Laboratoire d’Electrotechnique, University of Grenoble, France, July 12, 1999.
  • “Applications of magnetic hysteresis and magnetomechanical effects in materials”, Department of Magnetism, Czech Academy of Sciences, Cukravarnicka, Prague, Cczech Republic, July 9, 1999.
  • “Applications of magnetic hysteresis and magnetomechanical effects in materials”, Technical University of Vienna, July 8, 1999.
  • “Applications of magnetic hysteresis and magnetomechanical effects in materials”, Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale, Turin, Italy, July 5, 1999.
  • “Applications of magnetic hysteresis and magnetomechanical effects in materials”, Institue of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Na Slovance, Prague, Czech Republic, June 29, 1999.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Department of Electrical Engineering, Iowa State University, October 22, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Carnegie Mellon University, October 9, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Physics Department, Iowa State University, September 1, 1998.
  • Short course on magnetism and magnetic materials, Lord Corporation, Cary, North Carolina, August 4 & 5th, 1998.
  • Different aspects of magnetic materials modeling, Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale, Galileo Feraris, Turin, Italy, June 17, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, June 16, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Instituto de Magnetismo Aplicado, Las Rosas, Madrid, June 15, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Central New England Chapter of IEEE, Worcester, Massachusetts, April 15, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Quantum Corporation, Shrewsbury, Masachusetts, April 14, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Department of Physics, Purdue University, April 2, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, George Washington University, Washington DC., March 2, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Physics Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, January 26, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Seagate Technology Inc., Minneapolis, January 21, 1998.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Boston Chapter of the IEEE, November 19, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Mid Texas Chapter of the IEEE, November 11, 1997.
  • Magnetic methods for materials evaluation, EPRI Nondestructive Evaluation Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 4, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Twin Cities Chapter of the IEEE, September 25, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE, September 16, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Physics Department, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, August 6, 1997.
  • Magnetic methods for materials evaluation, Physics Department, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, August 4, 1997.
  • Effects of stress and creep cavitation on the magnetic properties of steels, Fraunhofer Institute for Non destructive Testing, University of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany, July 15, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Magnetics Society UK Chapter Meeting, University of Bangor, Wales, July 11, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Electricite de France, Paris, France, July 7, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Instituto Elettrotecnico Nazioinale, Galileo Ferraris, Turin, Italy, July 4, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Max Planck Institute, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, June 27, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Univeristy of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany, Department of Materials Science, June 24, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, June 20, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Department of Physics, University of Hull, UK, June 5, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, University College of Wales, Cardiff, UK, June 3, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, National Institutes of Standards and Technology, Boulder, Colorado, May 21, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, April 15, 1997.
  • Modeling the magnetic properties of materials, Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecture, Queens University, Kingston, Canada, March 26, 1997.
  • Anisotropic three dimensional model for hysteresis in materials, Department of Physics, University of Surrey, UK, December 16, 1996.
  • Anisotropic three dimensional model for hysteresis in materials, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, UK, December 16, 1996.
  • Magnetic materials for sensors, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 10, 1996.
  • “Modeling the magnetic properties of materials”, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, December 15, 1995.
  • “Modelling of hysteresis in magnetic materials”, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May 26, 1995.
  • “Theoretical modelling of hysteresis in ferromagnets”, Physics Department, University of Pertanian, Selangor, Malaysia, April 12, 1995.
  • “Properties and appliations of magnetic materials”, Physics Department, University of Pertanian, Selangor, Malaysia, April 11, 1995.
  • “Modeling the magnetic properties of materials”, Dept. Materials Science and Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, February 8, 1995.
  • “Theory and modelling of the effects of applied stress and frequency of magnetic field on magnetization in magnetic materials”, Brookhaven National Laboratory, December 6th, 1994.
  • “Measurement and modelling of the structure sensitive magnetic properties of materials”, Department of Materials Science and Mineral Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, November 29th, 1994.
  • “Measurement and modelling of the structure sensitive magnetic properties of materials”, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, November 17th, 1994.
  • “Unravelling the mysteries of hysteresis: effects of time dependent stress and magnetic field on magnetization”, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, United Kingdom, August 17th, 1994.
  • “Modelling of magnetic properties of materials: the interface between physical understanding and technological application”, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, July 14th, 1994.
  • “Theoretical modelling of the effects of anisotropy and stress on the magnetization and magnetostriction of terbium-dysprosium-iron”, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Canada, January 4th, 1994.
  • “Appropriate scale theories for modelling magnetic properties of materials”, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, United Kingdom, December 15th, 1993.
  • “Recent advances in modelling the effects of time dependent stress and magnetic field on hysteresis”, Thomatronik Inc., Rosenheim, Germany, 10th December, 1993.
  • “Theoretical modelling of the effects of anisotropy and stress on the magnetization and magnetostriction of terbium-dysprosium-iron”, General Motors Corporation, Research and Development Center, Warren, Michigan, November 4th, 1993.
  • “Modelling of hysteresis in magnetic materials”, National Institutes of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, October 15th, 1993.
  • “The laser diode magnetometer”, Electric Power Research Center, Iowa Test and Evaluation Facility Annual Meeting, March 23rd, 1993.
  • “Magnetic methods for nondestructive testing”, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Universitat des Saarlandes, Germany, July 15th, 1992.
  • “Detection of stress and related problems in steels from magnetic property measurements”, Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics, Technical University of Gdansk, Poland, 10th July, 1992.
  • “The development of new magnetic inspection instrumentation and its applications to nondestructive evaluation”, Fraunhofer Institute, University of the Saarland, Germany, 6th July 1992.
  • “Magnetic property modelling and its applications to assessment of material condition”, Istituto Elettrotechnico Nazionale, Torino, Italy, 3rd July, 1992.
  • “Development of new magnetic inspection instrumentation for evaluation of microstructure and mechanical condition of steels”, IRSID, St.Germain en Laye, France, 29th June 1992
  • “Generalized self consistent modelling of minor loops in the theory of hysteresis”, CNRS Laboratoire de Magnetisme et Materiaux Magnetique, Bellevue, France, 26th June 1992.
  • “Hysteresis modelling in ferromagnetic materials: effects of temperature, frequency and stress”, Seminar on Non-linear hysteresis modelling, Rosenheim, Germany, 25th May 1992.
  • “Magnetic property measurements for assessment of material condition”, CISE Spa., Milan, Italy, 22nd May, 1992.
  • “Nondestructive evaluation at Iowa State University”, CISE Spa., Milan, Italy, 21st May, 1992.
  • “Research, the funding cycle and other mysteries”, Magnetics Seminar Series, Iowa State University, 9th February 1992.
  • “Hysteresis and magnetostriction in Terfenol and other ferromagnetic materials”, Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, June 15th 1991.
  • “Critical changes in magnetic properties of steels resulting from incipient failure mechanisms”, Fraunhofer Institute, University of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany, 13th June, 1991.
  • “Real time modelling of the magnetic properties of materials on small computers”, Seminar on Non-linear hysteresis modelling, Rosenheim, Germany, 12th June 1991.
  • “Application of magnetism to NDE”, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, 18th April 1991.
  • “Detection of incipient failure of steels from magnetic property measurements”, Ontario Hydro, Kipling Research Centre, Toronto, Canada, 26th March 1991.
  • “Magnetic NDE: applications to plant life extension”, Westinghouse Science & Technology Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January 25th, 1991.
  • “Theoretical modelling of the magnetization process in ferromagnetic materials”, Istituto Elettrotechnico Nazionale Galileo Ferraris, Turin, Italy, December 20th, 1990.
  • “Theory of hysteresis: comparison of theory and experiment”, CISE Spa., Segrate, Milan, Italy, December 19th, 1990.
  • “Evaluation of microstructure and mechanical properties of steels from magnetic property measurements”, CISE Spa., Segrate, Milan, Italy, December 18th, 1990.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis and its applications to modelling of bulk magnetic properties of magnetic materials”, Vector Fields Ltd, Kidlington, Oxford, United Kingdom, June 2nd, 1989.
  • “Magnetomechanical effects in ferromagnetic materials”, Physics Department, University of Salford, Salford, United Kingdom, May 30th, 1989.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis and its applications to modelling of bulk magnetic properties of magnetic materials”, Pepperl and Fuchs, Mannheim, West Germany, May 29th, 1989.
  • “Magnetomechanical effects in ferromagnetic materials”, Centre National de Recherche des Sciences, (CNRS), Laboratoire de Magnetisme, Meudon-Bellevue, France, May 26th, 1989.
  • “Applications of magnetism to NDE”, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, April 21st, 1989.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis: the influence of defects on magnetic domain wall motion”, Physics Department, Iowa State University, January 25th, 1989.
  • “Applications of magnetism to NDE”, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, January 5th, 1989.
  • “Determination of stress in ferromagnetic steels from differential magnetic susceptibility measurements”, French Iron and Steel Research Institute, St. Germain-en-laye, Paris, France, July 1988.
  • “Determination of stress in ferromagnetic steels from differential magnetic susceptibility measurements”, Fraunhofer Institute for Non Destructive Testing, University of the Saarland, Germany, July 1988.
  • “Determination of stress in ferromagnetic steels from differential magnetic susceptibility measurements”, General Electric Company, Engineering Research Laboratory, Stafford, July 1988.
  • “Determination of stress in ferromagnetic steels from differential magnetic susceptibility measurements”, Lancashire Polytechnic, Preston, July 1988.
  • “Magnetomechanical properties of some iron and nickel based alloys”, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, July 1988.
  • “Determination of stress in ferromagnetic steels from differential magnetic susceptibility measurements”, Harwell Laboratory, U.K. Atomic Energy Authority, July 1988.
  • “Magnetomechanical properties of some iron and nickel based alloys”, Physics Department, University of Warwick, July 1988.
  • “Physical systems exhibiting hysteresis”, Analogy Inc.,Portland, Oregon, February, 1988
  • “Physical systems exhibiting hysteresis”, Physics Department, University of Warwick, December 1987.
  • “Magnetic methods for non destructive evaluation”, British Gas, On Line Inspection Centre, Cramlington, Northumberland, December 1987
  • “Integrated on line instrumentation for automated measurement of magnetic field, induction, magnetostriction, magnetic Barkhausen effect and magnetoacoustic emission”, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, December 1987.
  • “Physical systems exhibiting hysteresis”, Physics Department, University of Southampton, December 1987.
  • “Evaluation of the mechanical and metallurgical condition of steel from magnetization measurements”, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Research & Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., April 1987.
  • “Microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of 4130 alloy steels for NDE”, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, September 1986.
  • “An Automated control and data logging system for the determination of magnetic properties of materials for nondestructive evaluation”, Department of Geology and Physical Sciences, Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, U.K., July 1986
  • “An automated control and data logging system for the determination of magnetic properties of materials for nondestructive evaluation”, Department of Geophysics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, June 1986.
  • “Magnetic methods for non destructive evaluation”, Department of Applied Physics, University of Hull, June 1986.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis”, Department of Geophysics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, May 1985.
  • “Microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of the Fe-C alloy system”, Physics Department, University of Minnesota, Duluth, February 1985.
  • “Microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of the Fe-C alloy system”, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, January 1985.
  • “Microstructural dependence of the magnetic properties of the Fe-C alloy system”, Energy and Mineral Resources Research Institute, National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, December 1984.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effects of stress on the magnetic properties of steels”, Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, February 1984.
  • “Investigation of the effects of mechanical stress on the magnetic properties of pipeline steels for pipeline stress monitoring”, Energy and Mineral Resources Research Institute, National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, August 1983.
  • “Theory of ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effects of stress on magnetic properties”, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, September, 1982.
  • “Piezo optic properties of Au-V and Au-Co alloys”, Physics Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, December, 1981.
  • “Magnetoelastic properties of terbium”, Physics Department, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, September, 1980.
  • “Third order elastic constants of erbium”, Physics Department, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, August, 1980.
PATENTS
  • “Controllable magnetic inductor using virtual air gap technology”, (Pending) ISURF 252
  • “A high permeability low core loss, amorphous fiber composite magnetic material”, (Pending). ISURF 2088
  • “Method for improving frequency response of magnetostrictive materials”, (Pending). ISURF 2051
  • New manganese susbstituted cobalt ferrite materials for stress sensor and actuator applications (Provisional application), ISURF 3066
  • “Permanent magnet array for generation of magnetic fields above 2 tesla”, (Patent granted by the Office of Trademarks and Patents, 2003)
  • Material for magnetostrictive sensors and other applications basedon ferrite materials, US Patent No. 6,352,649, (March 2002)
  • “Magnetostrcitve materials and method for improving frequency response in same”, US Patent No 6,273,965, (August 2001).
  • “A material for magnetostrictive sensors and other applications based on ferrite materials”, US Patent No. 6,093,337, (July 2000).
  • “Apparatus and method for on line Barkhausen measurement”, US Patent No. 6,084,404, (July 2000).
  • “A universal contoured magnetic inspection head for magnetic inspection”, US Patent No. 5,479,099, (1995).
  • “Magnetic inspection probe for measurement of anisotropy”, US Patent No. 5,475,305, (December 1995).
  • “A magnetic imaging system and method”, US Patent No. 5,394,083, (February 1995).
  • “System and method for nondestructive evaluation of surface characteristics of a magnetic material”, US Patent No. 5,313,405, (May 1994).
  • “Laser diode terfenol magnetostrictive magnetometer”, US Patent No. 5,039,943, (August 1991).
  • “Multiparameter magnetic inspection system”, US Patent No. 5,008,621, (April 1991).
  • “Nondestructive stress detection in ferromagnetic materials”, US Patent No. 5,012,189, (April 1991).
  • “Nondestructive evaluation of the T1 phase in Al-Li-Cu alloys”, US Patent No. 4,947,117, (August 1990).