Dr. Trassin received his PhD degree from the University of Strasbourg France in 2009. From 2009 to 2013 he carried out his post-doctoral research work in the Materials Sciences and Engineering department of the University of California Berkeley, then, he joined the ETH Zurich as a Lecturer. He is now running the Nonlinear optics for Epitaxial growth of Advanced Thin films (NEAT) group in the Materials Department, at the ETH. Dr. Trassin is leading a research team focusing on oxide interfaces and epitaxial ferroelectric and multiferroic thin films. His research involves the thin film growth by pulsed laser deposition and the advanced characterization of their domain structures. Dr. Trassin is pioneering the investigation of thin films functionalities in-situ, during the epitaxial synthesis, using an unprecedented combination of experimental techniques.