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Name Institution Country Topic
Xiaoyang Chen Sichuan University China  The interface modification design for a greatly improved dielectric strengh and temperature stability in the ferroelectric thin films and the thin-film capacitor application
Duk-Hyun Choe Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology Korea Atomic-level understanding of HfO2-based ferroelectrics and their ultrafast polarization switching
Kanghyun Chu EPFL-Goup for Ferroelectrics and Functional Oxides Switzerland Emergence of isotropy at morphotropic phase boundary of relaxor ferroelectrics
Gobinda Das Adhikary Indian Institute of Science India Structural mechanisms governing thermal depoling in lead-free Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-based piezoceramics
Vivasha Govinden UNSW/Oak Ridge US Topological Transitions in Epitaxial Ultrathin Ferroelectric Heterostructures
Elzbieta Gradauskaite ETH Zürich Switzerland “Interfacial Stabilization of Homochiral Ferroelectric Domain Walls in BiFeO3”
Alex Hsain North Carolina State University US The impact of oxygen source on ferroelectric properties of hafnia-zirconia thin films deposited via oxygen plasma or water via atomic layer deposition
Ju-Hyuck Lee Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Korea Biomolecular piezoelectric materials and energy generator
Ying Liu ICN2 Spain Giant Room Temperature Compression and Bending in Ferroelectric Oxide Pillars.
Charles Paillard Paris-Saclay University, CentraleSupelec France Modelling of solids. Photo-induced effects in multiferroics and ferroelectrics?
Susarla Sandhya Berkeley National Laboratory US Understanding atomic scale electronic and physical properties in polar topologies in oxide superlattices’
Jan Schultheiß Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway Charged ferroelectric domain walls for deterministic a.c. signal control
Nives Strkalj University of Cambridge Great Britain Optical second harmonic investigation of polar order in oxide superlattices
Wesley Surta University of Liverpool UK Maximum Entropy Method for Identifying Disordered Displacements in Relaxors
Yingfen Wei EPFL- Nanolab Switzerland Multiferroic tunnel junctions with rhombohedral hafnia-based barriers

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