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Following the success of the first, second, third and fourth OTF conferences in Chicago, Cancun, Rome & Portugal which took place in July 2014, March 2015, July 2017 and July 2019, we are delighted to be organising a fifth series.
Complex oxide thin films are finding applications in a wide range of energy and information technologies, including electron and ion conductors, photovoltaics, thermoelectrics, dielectrics, and resistive switching. Irrespective of whether single thin films or more sophisticated multilayered systems are employed, each of these technologies requires a thorough knowledge of the oxide physicochemical properties, its interactions with the environment and the role of defect/interface/boundary effects that might stem between film and substrate, layers with different compositions or even simply from the grain boundaries. Whilst depending on the technology area the key properties might be different, many of the materials optimization strategies may be common. Therefore, we believe that the discussion between diverse and even complementary researchers’ communities can be extremely beneficial for a better understanding of the crucial aspects that need to be addressed to improve materials properties. The purpose of this meeting is hence to foster the exchange of ideas between the relevant energy and information themes with the overall aim of sparking extensive discussions of the advances that materials physics and chemistry can make in thin film applications.
- Thin film synthesis and growth, defect, disorder in oxide films and heterostructures
- Physics, energy conversion and storage using oxide thin films
- Field effect and electronic devices
- Advanced characterization approaches
- Emerging phenomena and applications of novel material system
- Two-dimensional electronic transport and magnetism at oxide interfaces
*Subject to change
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Fully paying academics can bring a student for only $890. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 23, 24, 25 February 2022 (on a shared basis for students) and a food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Amy Johnson to obtain a special registration link for your student.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Scott Chambers (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
Suman Datta (University of Notre Dame)
Judith Driscoll (University of Cambridge)
Chang-Beom Eom (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Supratik Guha (University of Chicago)
Richard James (University of Minnesota)
Masashi Kawasaki (University of Tokyo)
Jochen Mannhart (Max Planck Institute)
ADVANCED OXIDE EPITAXY BY LASER EVAPORATION
Stuart Parkin (Max Planck Institute)
Eckhard Quandt (University of Kiel)
TUNING CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC COMPATIBILITY TO ENHANCE FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES IN OXIDE CERAMICS
George Sawatzky (The University of British Columbia)
Jean-Marc Triscone (University of Geneva)
COMBINING RARE EARTH NICKELATES IN SOLID SOLUTIONS AND SUPERLATTICES
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