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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Report

The aim of the second functional oxide thin films conference was to “foster the exchange of ideas between the relevant energy and information themes,” bringing together top researchers in the fields of condensed matter physics, chemistry, physical chemistry, and materials science. The organizers also sought to mix high-profile young researchers in the field of functional oxides (e.g., William Chueh - Stanford University, Bharat Jalan – University of Minnesota, Roman Engel-Herbert – Penn State, Nicola Perry – Kyushu University / MIT, Nicole Benedek – Cornell University, Pu Yu – Tsinghua University, Ethan Crumlin - LBNL) with more experienced scientists (e.g., Nini Pryds – Technical University of Denmark, Rotraut Merkle – MPI Stuttgart, Shriram Ramanathan – Purdue, Stephen Skinner - Imperial College, Ho Nyung Lee - Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Ariando – National University of Singapore, Peter van Aken, MPI Stuttgart), which enabled fruitful discussions both during the meeting and during “down” times or meals. It was important to maintain good representation across the globe, as the research focus in the U.S., for example, is often different from that in Europe or in Asia, and the small meeting size allowed the speakers the freedom to discuss new and often unpublished results. All of these factors contributed to a highly successful meeting: several of the attendants praised the quality of the conference in terms of how much they learned, the many networking and collaborative opportunities, and overall enjoyability. Many also expressed interest in helping to organize the next conference – an excellent indicator of how the conference was perceived.

We had APL Materials as a Bronze sponsor, and a future, special issue of APL Materials will be dedicated to the topics discussed at this conference. The Journal of Materials Chemistry C and Elsvier were media partners, the conference was endorsed by E-MRS and the AVS Thin Film Division.

As noted above, many of the attendees have offered to help organize the next “Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference” and efforts to do this for 2017 are already underway. This is a highly positive development as the present organizers believe that it is crucial to keep up this particular conference -- these smaller meetings have been extremely useful to our community.

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Synopsis

Following the success of the first Oxide Thin Films conference in Chicago, which took place in July 2014 we are delighted to be organising a second 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 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 address 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.

Key Sessions

  1. Nanoionics
  2. Batteries and supercapacitors
  3. Fuel cells 
  4. Nanoelectronics
  5. Ionic and electronic conductors
  6. Heterostructures and interfaces
  7. Resistive switching
  8. Oxide electrochemistry

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

Albert Tarancón (Catalonia Institute for Energy Research-IREC)
'GRAIN BOUNDARY ENGINEERING OF OXIDE THIN FILMS FOR IMPROVING THEIR PERFORMANCE IN SOLID STATE DEVICES '

Ho Nyung Lee (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
'CORRELATIONS BETWEEN STRAIN AND OXYGEN STOICHIOMETRY IN EPITAXIAL COMPLEX OXIDES'

William Chueh (Stanford University) 
'GROWTH & REDOX CAPACITY OF COHERENTLY STRAINED CERIA ULTRATHIN FILMS' 

Nini Pryds (Technical University of Denmark)
'HIGH ELECTRON MOBILITY IN OXIDE HETEROSTRUCTURES' 

Stephen Skinner (Imperial College London)
'SURFACE STRUCTURE AND CHEMISTRY OF MODEL LAYERED OXIDE FUEL CELL CATHODES'

Rotraut Merkle (Max Planck Institute) 
'PEROVSKITES WITH OXYGEN VACANCY, PROTON AND HOLE CONDUCTION: DEFECT CHEMISTRY, RELAXATION KINETICS, USE AS CATHODE MATERIAL' 

Shriram Ramanathan (Harvard University)
'COMPLEX OXIDES AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE' 

Kendra Letchworth-Weaver (Argonne National Laboratory)
'DETERMINING OPERANDO SURFACE STRUCTURE BY COMBINING FIRST PRINCIPLES THEORY WITH EXPERIMENTAL DATA'

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Brian Sheldon (Brown University)
'ELECTROCHEMICALLY INDUCED STRESSES IN OXIDE THIN FILMS'

Nicole Benedek (Cornell University)
'LINKING CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND CHEMISTRY TO CHEMICAL EXPANSION IN COMPLEX OXIDES' 

Felip Sandiumenge (ICMAB) 
'MODULATION OF SURFACE STRAIN AND ALTERED CURRENTS BY MISFIT RELIEVING DEFECTS IN EPITAXIAL COMPLEX OXIDES' 

Roman Engel-Herbert (Pennsylvania State University) 
'GROWTH, OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CORRELATED VANADATES THIN FILMS'

Bharat Jalan (University of Minnesota)
'HYBRID MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY FOR BaSnO3 FILMS and HETEROSTRUCTURES USING TIN RADICALS'

Milan Radovic (Paul Scherrer Institut) 
'EXPLORING TRANSITION METAL OXIDES: CREATE AND CONTROL (C&C)'

Seung-Hyub Baek (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
'NON-VOLATILE FUNCTIONALIZATION OF 2DEG CONDUCTIVITY AT OXIDE INTERFACES'

Hua Zhou (Argonne National Laboratory) 
'BRIDGING FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF IONIC ELECTROLYTE GATING ON OXIDE HETEROSTRUCTURES: STRUCTURAL BASIS'

Pu Yu (Tsinghua University)
'CONDUCTANCE AT 71o DOMAIN WALLS IN BiFeO3 THIN FILMS'

Ying-Hao Eddie Chu (National Chiao Tung University)
'ENHANCING FUNCTIONALITIES OF BiFeO3 VIA STRUCTURAL COUPLING'

Tobias Huber (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
'STUDY OF NANO ENGINEERED GRAIN BOUNDARIES ON IONIC AND ELECTRONIC CONDUCTIVITY IN Sr-DOPED LaMnO3 THIN FILMS UNDER OPERANDO CONDITIONS' 

George Harrington (Kyushu University)
'MODIFYING THE IONIC CONDUCTIVITY OF THIN FILM FLUORITE STRUCTURED ELECTROLYTES'

Matthew Dawber (Stony Brook University)
'CONTROLLING POLARIZATION IN FERROELECTRIC SUPERLATTICES: FROM GROWTH TO DEVICES'

Paul Evans (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
'NANOSCALE FERROELECTRIC STRIPE DOMAINS IN DEFORMED AND NANOSTRUCTURED SUPERLATTICE CRYSTALS' 

Divine Kumah (North Carolina State University) 
'TUNING THE STRUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF COMPLEX-OXIDE INTERFACES' 

Peter A. van Aken (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)
'STRUCTURAL DEFECTS AND LOCAL INTERFACIAL CHEMISTRY OF COMPLEX OXIDE HETEROINTERFACES'

Nicola Perry (Kyushu University) 
'OPTICAL TRANSMISSION EVALUATION OF Sr(Ti,Fe)O3-α THIN FILM DEFECT EQUILIBRIA AND KINETICS'

Albina Y. Borisevich (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
'UNDERSTANDING AND CONTROLLING LOCAL ENVIRONMENTS IN OXIDES WITH ABERRATION CORRECTED STEM'

Alexie Kolpak (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
'FUNDAMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ELECTROCHEMICAL STABILITY, REACTION MECHANISM, AND ACTIVITY OF PEROVSKITE OXIDE OER CATALYSTS'

Matthias Elm (Justus-Liebig University)
'INFLUENCE OF SURFACE EFFECTS ON THE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN MESOPOROUS OXIDES' 

Ann Deml (Colorado School of Mines)
'INCORPORATING FINITE TEMPERATURE EFFECTS INTO MATERIALS BY DESIGN: COMPLEX FUNCTIONAL OXIDES' 

Tae Heon Kim (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
'POLAR METALS BY GEOMETRIC DESIGN' 

Felix Messerschmitt (ETH Zurich)
'OXIDE-BASED RESISTIVE SWITCHES: UNDERSTANDING FUNDAMENTALS TO DESIGN NEW DEVICE CONCEPTS'

Ethan Crumlin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
'PROBING THE SOLID/LIQUID INTERFACES OF ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS USING OPERANDO APXPS'

Professor Ariando (National University of Singapore)
'IMAGING AND CONTROL OF EMERGING FUNCTIONALITIES AT COMPLEX OXIDE INTERFACES'

Carmela Aruta (National Research Council, CNR-SPIN)
'THE ROLE OF STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL DEFECTS ON IONIC CONDUCTION AND RELATED ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTION IN OXIDE THIN FILMS'

Bryan Esser (Ohio State University)
'CHARACTERIZING ATOMIC SCALE ORDERING PHENOMENA IN OXIDE THIN FILMS USING SCANNING TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY'

Target Audience

Any scientist with a background in chemistry, physics, material science (or related fields) who is actively working in the field of oxide thin films.
 

2016 OTF Poster Prize

The conference chairs will be awarding 3 poster prizes, kindly sponsored by APL Materials, for the best poster display and presentation. To be in with a chance of winning, submit your poster by 04 January 2016.  The winners will be selected shortly after the Poster Session and the following prizes will be awarded. 1st Place $125, 2nd Place $70, 3rd Place $40.

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Speakers

Plenary Speakers

Rotraut Merkle

scientist, MPI for Solid State Research

Monica Burriel

Research Scientists, Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (LMGP)

Stephen Skinner

Professor of Materials Chemistry, Imperial College London

Shriram Ramanathan

prof, Purdue University

Nina Balke

Research scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Kendra Letchworth-Weaver

Postdoctoral Fellow, Argonne National Laboratory

Invited Speakers

Hua Zhou

Assistant scientist, Argonne National Lab

Roman Engel-Herbert

Asst. Prof., Pennsylvania State University

Matthias Elm

Scientist, Justus-Liebig University

Felip Sandiumenge

Researcher, ICMAB-CSIC

Pu Yu

Professor, Tsinghua University

George Harrington

Assistant Professor , Kyushu University/MIT

Nicole Benedek

Assistant Professor, Cornell University

Brian Sheldon

Professor, Brown University

Nicola Perry

Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Ann Deml

Postdoctoral Researcher, Colorado School of Mines

Paul Evans

Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ying-Hao Chu

Assistant Professor, National Chiao Tung University

Seung-Hyub Baek

Senior Researcher, Korea Institution of Science and Technology

Milan Radovic

Scientist, PSI

Tae Heon Kim

Post doctor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Felix Messerschmitt

PhD Student, ETH Zürich

Ethan Crumlin

Beamline Scientist, Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Alexie Kolpak

Assistant Professor, MIT

Albina Borisevich

senior research staff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Carmela Aruta

scientist, National Research Council, CNR-SPIN

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Programme

Saturday 05th March 2016

14:00 – 15:00

Registration & Reception

14:00 – 14:45

Group Welcome Lunch
*Kalmia Buffet Restaurant*

FUNCTIONAL DEFECTS IN OXIDE SYSTEMS (I)
Session Chair: Dillon Fong (Argonne National Laboratory)

14:45 – 15:00

Opening Comments

15:00 – 15:45

Kendra Letchworth-Weaver
Argonne National Lab

DETERMINING OPERANDO SURFACE STRUCTURE BY COMBINING FIRST PRINCIPLES THEORY WITH EXPERIMENTAL DATA

15:45 – 16:15

Nicole Benedek
Cornell University

LINKING CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND CHEMISTRY TO CHEMICAL EXPANSION IN COMPLEX OXIDES

16:15 – 16:45

Brian Sheldon
Brown University

ELECTROCHEMICALLY INDUCED STRESSES IN OXIDE THIN FILMS

16:45 – 17:15

Albina Borisevich
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

UNDERSTANDING AND CONTROLLING LOCAL ENVIRONMENTS IN OXIDES WITH ABERRATION CORRECTED STEM

17:15 – 17:45

Refreshments

17:45 – 18:30

Carmela Aruta
National Research Council, CNR-SPIN

THE ROLE OF STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL DEFECTS ON IONIC CONDUCTION AND RELATED ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTION IN OXIDE THIN FILMS

18:30 – 19:00

Felix Messerschmitt
ETH Zürich

OXIDE-BASED RESISTIVE SWITCHES: UNDERSTANDING FUNDAMENTALS TO DESIGN NEW DEVICE CONCEPTS

19:00 – 19:30

Hua Zhou
Argonne National Lab

BRIDGING FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF IONIC ELECTROLYTE GATING ON OXIDE HETEROSTRUCTURES: STRUCTURAL BASIS

19:30

Dinner at Leisure

Sunday 06th March 2016

07:00 – 08:30

Breakfast

MULTIFUNCTIONALITY IN COMPLEX OXIDES
Session Chair: Giuliano Gregori (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)

08:30 – 09:15

Shriram Ramanathan
Purdue University

COMPLEX OXIDES AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE 

09:15 – 09:45

Bryan Esser
Ohio State University

CHARACTERIZING ATOMIC SCALE ORDERING PHENOMENA IN OXIDE THIN FILMS USING SCANNING TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

09:45 – 10:15

Bharat Jalan
University of Minnesota

HYBRID MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY FOR BaSnO3 FILMS AND HETEROSTRUCTURES USING TIN RADICALS

10:15 – 10:45

Roman Engel-Herbert
Pennsylvania State University

GROWTH, OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CORRELATED VANADATES THIN FILMS

10:45 – 11:15

Refreshments

11:15 – 11:45

Tae Heon Kim
University of Wisconsin-Madison

POLAR METALS BY GEOMETRIC DESIGN

11:45 – 12:15

Paul Evans
University of Wisconsin-Madison

NANOSCALE FERROELECTRIC STRIPE DOMAINS IN DEFORMED AND NANOSTRUCTURED SUPERLATTICE CRYSTALS

12:15 – 12:45

Matthew Dawber
Stony Brook University

CONTROLLING POLARIZATION IN FERROELECTRIC SUPERLATTICES: FROM GROWTH TO DEVICES

12:45 – 16:00

Lunch at Leisure & Free Time

FUNCTIONAL INTERFACES IN OXIDE SYSTEMS (I)
Session Chair: William Chueh (Stanford University)

16:00 – 16:45

Albert Tarancón
IREC

GRAIN BOUNDARY ENGINEERING OF OXIDE THIN FILMS FOR IMPROVING THEIR PERFORMANCE IN SOLID STATE DEVICES

16:45 – 17:15

Tobias Huber
Kyushu University/MIT

STUDY OF NANO ENGINEERED GRAIN BOUNDARIES ON IONIC AND ELECTRONIC CONDUCTIVITY IN Sr-DOPED LaMnO3 THIN FILMS UNDER OPERANDO CONDITIONS

17:15 – 17:45

George Harrington
Kyushu University/MIT

MODIFYING THE IONIC CONDUCTIVITY OF THIN FILM FLUORITE STRUCTURED ELECTROLYTES

17:45 – 18:15

Matthias Elm
Justus-Liebig University

INFLUENCE OF SURFACE EFFECTS ON THE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN MESOPOROUS OXIDES

18:15 – 18:45

Refreshments

18:45 – 19:15

Ethan Crumlin
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

PROBING THE SOLID/LIQUID INTERFACES OF ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS USING OPERANDO APXPS

19:15 – 20:00

Stephen Skinner
Imperial College London

SURFACE STRUCTURE AND CHEMISTRY OF MODEL LAYERED OXIDE FUEL CELL CATHODES

20:00

Dinner at Leisure

Monday 07th March 2016

07:00 – 08:30

Breakfast

FUNCTIONAL INTERFACES IN OXIDE SYSTEMS (II)
Session Chair: Rotraut Merkle (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)

08:30 – 09:15

Nini Pryds
Technical University of Denmark

HIGH ELECTRON MOBILITY IN OXIDE HETEROSTRUCTURES

09:15 – 09:45

Ariando
National University of Singapore

IMAGING AND CONTROL OF EMERGING FUNCTIONALITIES AT COMPLEX OXIDE INTERFACES

09:45 – 10:15

Seung-Hyub Baek
Korea Institution of Science and Technology

NON-VOLATILE FUNCTIONALIZATION OF 2DEG CONDUCTIVITY AT OXIDE INTERFACES

10:15 – 10:30

Judy Wu
University of Kansas

DETECTING DYNAMIC SWITCH AND INTERACTION OF ELECTRIC DIPOLES USING GRAPHENE FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS ON THE IONIC LIQUID AND FERROELECTRIC INTERFACE

10:30 – 11:00

Refreshments

11:00 – 11:30

Milan Radovic
Paul Scherrer Institute

EXPLORING TRANSITION METAL OXIDES: CREATE AND CONTROL (C&C)

11:30 – 12:00

Felip Sandiumenge
ICMAB-CSIC

MODULATION OF SURFACE STRAIN AND ALTERED CURRENTS BY MISFIT RELIEVING DEFECTS IN EPITAXIAL COMPLEX OXIDES

12:00 – 16:00

Lunch at Leisure & Free Time

FUNCTIONAL DEFECTS IN OXIDE SYSTEMS (II)
Session Chair: Nini Pryds (Technical University of Denmark)

16:00 – 16:45

Rotraut Merkle
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

PEROVSKITES WITH OXYGEN VACANCY, PROTON AND HOLE CONDUCTION: DEFECT CHEMISTRY, RELAXATION KINETICS, USE AS CATHODE MATERIAL

16:45 – 17:15

Nicola Perry
Kyushu University & MIT

OPTICAL TRANSMISSION EVALUATION OF Sr(Ti,Fe)O3-a THIN FILM DEFECT EQUILIBRIA AND KINETICS

17:15 – 17:45

Peter A. van Aken
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

STRUCTURAL DEFECTS AND LOCAL INTERFACIAL CHEMISTRY OF COMPLEX OXIDE HETEROINTERFACES

17:45 – 18:30

Ho Nyung Lee
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

CORRELATIONS BETWEEN STRAIN AND OXYGEN STOICHIOMETRY IN EPITAXIAL COMPLEX OXIDES

18:30 – 19:30

Poster Session, Cocktails & Refreshments

20:00

Gala Night, Group Photo & Poster Awards
*Lower Pool Deck*

Tuesday 08th March 2016

07:00 – 08:30

Breakfast

FUNCTIONAL DEFECTS IN OXIDE SYSTEMS (III)
Session Chair: Dillon Fong (Argonne National Laboratory)

08:30 – 09:15

William Chueh
Stanford University

GROWTH & REDOX CAPACITY OF COHERENTLY STRAINED CERIA ULTRATHIN FILMS

09:15 – 09:45

Ann Deml
Colorado School of Mines

INCORPORATING FINITE TEMPERATURE EFFECTS INTO MATERIALS BY DESIGN: COMPLEX FUNCTIONAL OXIDES

MULTIFERROIC BEHAVIOR IN OXIDE THIN FILMS
Session Chair: Stephen Skinner (Imperial College London)

09:45 – 10:15

Pu Yu
Tsinghua University

CONDUCTANCE AT 71° DOMAIN WALLS IN BiFeO3 THIN FILMS

10:15 – 10:30

Kang-Hyun Chu
KAIST

ANISOTROPIC PHOTOCURRENT ENHANCEMENT IN FERROELECTRIC OXIDE BY STRAIN GRADIENT

10:30 - 11:00

Closing Comments & Refreshments

Wednesday 09th March 2016

08:15 – 17:30

Chichen-Itzá Group Tour
 For those wanting to extend their stay we have organised a private day trip to Chichen-Itzá. Full details can be found under the ‘Group Activities’ tab on the conference website.


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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Prices

Early Bird Full Price Additional Adult Additional Child Extra Night Adult Extra Night Child
Academic $1579 $1679 $738 $284 $270 $71
Industry $1579 $1679 $738 $284 $270 $71
Student $1193 $1293 $738 $284 $270 $71

All registration fees include 3 nights accomodation and meals during the conference period. Exact inclusions are details below.

Accompanying child fees and extra night child fees are applicable for children aged 5-12 years of age. Children aged 13 years and older are classified as an adult at the Fiesta Americana Condesa. 

What's Included in our Registration Fees?

The Fiesta Americana Condesa, Cancun offers a 24hour all inclusive service. Our registration and additional adult/child fees are inclusive of the following;

- Accommodation for 3 Nights (05, 06, 07 March 2016)
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner – available at all restaurants according to operational hours or programmed events.
- International Bar available by the glass in restaurants and bars according to operational hours.
- Pool snacks and International Bar available by the glass at Pool Area
- Minibar including: soft drinks, domestic beer, bottled water and coffee. Refreshed daily
- 24 Hour Room Service
- In Room amenity – Bottle of wine, per room, per stay
- Gala Night Entry (includes an open bar)
- Complimentary WI-FI in guest rooms and conference rooms

Additional nights (per person) are inclusive of the following;

- Accommodation for 1 Night
- Lunch on day of arrival
- Dinner on day of arrival
- Breakfast on day of departure
- International bar available by the glass in restaurants and bars from lunch on day of arrival until breakfast on day of departure

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Supported By

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Endorsing Partners
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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Venue

Fiesta Americana Condesa

Venue Rating
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Address
Fiesta Americana Condesa, Blvd.Kukulkán km 16.5 Zona Hotelera, Cancun, 77500 Mexico
Nearest Airport
Cancun International Airport

This stylish hotel features contemporary Mexican architecture, including one of the largest and most impressive thatched-roof "palapas" in the entire country. There are cultural activities, arts and crafts and sports programs to keep you constantly entertained, plus time to relax and enjoy the Mayan culture, soak up the Caribbean sunshine and revel in the international ambiance that settles in after the sun goes down.

Throughout your stay delegates will enjoy a full meal plan, inclusive of beverages. Take your pick from the aromatic Asian delights at Kaumbu, traditional fare at El Mexicano, delicious international cuisine at Kalmia Buffet or perhaps sample the sumptuous Italian dishes at Rosato. There are also several other dining opportunities such as the Cevichería, Pizzeria, Sushi Corner, pool and lounge bar areas. The Gala Night with either a Mayan or Caribbean theme takes place on the third evening of the conference with a mouth-watering feast of local cuisine, an open bar and amazing local entertainment.  We welcome all delegates and their accompanying persons to the Gala Night – a truly fun filled night not to be missed!

Hotel Facilities

  • Lagoon Pool
  • Extensive Health Club and Spa
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in guest rooms and throughout hotel and conference areas

The Fiesta Americana Condesa, Cancun is the 2015 Winner of the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and also received the Travellers Choice Award in 2014. 

The remains of ancient Mayan cities are scattered throughout the Yucatan Peninsula and no trip to Cancun would be complete without a visit to these majestic temples and pyramids set amongst lush tropical vegetation. We will be working very closely with a reputable tour company who will be organising trips to Tulum, Chichen Itza, Coba and Xcaret  to name a few, some of which may require a full day. Full day excursions will be arranged pre or post conference and may be on an individual or group booking so we would recommend booking extra nights to extend your stay as early as possible to avoid disappointment should these excursions be of interest to you and/or your party. For further information please contact us.

Location

Cancun is a delightful combination of natural beauty, islands, ecological reserves and white sandy beaches. However, besides sun, sand and sea, this destination also offers an infinite variety of underwater activities to choose from: the diving, snorkelling and fishing here are outstanding and you will find an undersea world packed with tropical fish that live on the second largest barrier reef in the world. Sports enthusiasts might choose one of the many eco-tourism activities, such as cycling or hiking through the tropical forest or kayaking through mangroves, or something a little more adventuresome, like zip lining through the treetops.

Apart from the more well-known ancient Mayan archealogical sites such as Tulum, Cobá and Chichén Itzá you may like to visit the Aktun Chen caverns, voted one of the Top 10 underwater walks by National Geographic described as a truly magical experience.

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Transportation

Travel Details

Cancun International airport is just a short 15 minute journey from the Fiesta Americana Condesa and is easily accessible from almost every country in the world with many major international airlines providing direct or interconnecting flights on a daily basis. 

Airport Transfers

Tropical Incentives are a reputable and trustworthy DMC based in Cancun. The Tropical Incentives team will be on hand to provide a seamless transfer service to and from Cancun International Airport. Tropical Incentives will manage and confirm all transportation bookings. To arrange transportation please contact Tropical Incentives directly via email, phone or the online booking facility (see link below).  

http://www.tropicalincentives.com/form_gpos/sales/cancun/2016/fusion-conference/

Conference Shuttle Service

Tropical Incentives have arranged a conference shuttle service which will run at scheduled times surrounding the conference. The conference shuttle schedule can be found below.

Arrivals (Cancun Airport – Fiesta Americana Condesa)

Sunday 21st February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Monday 22nd February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Wednesday 24th February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Thursday 25th February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Saturday 27th February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Sunday 28th February – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Tuesday 1st March – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Wednesday 2nd March – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Friday 4th March – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm
Saturday 5th March – Available at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 6:30pm

Departures (Fiesta Americana Condesa – Cancun Airport)

Thursday 25th February – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Friday 26th February – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Sunday 28th February – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Monday 29th February – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Wednesday 2nd March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Thursday 3rd March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Saturday 5th March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Sunday 6th March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Tuesday 8th March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm
Wednesday 9th March – Available at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm

$25 per person, each way (includes taxes)

Please allow at least 45minutes from your flight landing time to the shuttle departure time. In the event of any delays or cancellations, please ensure you contact Tropical Incentives at least 24hours in advance; if Tropical Incentives are not informed within 24hours full cancellation charges will apply.

Upon arrival at the airport, please exit the terminal building and look for ‘Fusion Conferences’ signage where a member of Tropical Incentives team will greet you and escort you to the group transportation.

Please contact Tropical Incentives directly to enquire or make a booking.

Group booking Code: Fusion
Contact: Francisco Mora
Telephone: 998-193-3940 ext 158
Email: guestservices@ticancun.com

Private Transportation

Tropical Incentives also offer a private transfer service for those travelling outside of the available shuttle dates/times mentioned above. The private transfer service vehicles can accommodate a maximum of 6 persons, plus luggage.

$75 per vehicle, each way (includes taxes)

In the event of any delays or cancellations, please ensure you contact Tropical Incentives at least 24hours in advance; if Tropical Incentives are not informed within 24hours full cancellation charges will apply.

Upon arrival at the airport, please exit the terminal building and look for ‘Fusion Conferences’ signage where a member of Tropical Incentives team will greet you and escort you to your transportation.

Please contact Tropical Incentives directly to enquire or make a booking.

Group booking Code: Fusion
Contact: Francisco Mora
Telephone: 998-193-3940 ext 158
Email: guestservices@ticancun.com

** Please note that Fusion Conferences is not responsible for any bookings made with Tropical Incentives as transportation is not included in the registration package **

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Local Activities

Half Day Activities 

Tropical Incentives are a reputable and reliable company offering a variety of fascinating trips and excursions for either a half or full day. To make an enquiry please contact Francisco Mora at Tropical Incentives or alternatively, if you would like to proceed with a booking (individual/group) please follow the link below which will take you directly to an online booking facility giving details of tours available.

Contact: Francisco Mora
Email: guestservices@ticancun.com

http://www.tropicalincentives.com/form_gpos/sales/cancun/2016/fusion-conference/

Our half day tours can be booked during the conference period between the available free times scheduled in the programme. The half day tours are available to both individual and group bookings.

The following activities are available at Aquaworld which is based in the Marina directly opposite the Fiesta Americana Condesa hotel and therefore no transportation is necessary.

Aquatwister

Experience Aquaworld’s ultimate tour adventure on board a high speed jet boat ride, Aquatwister. This is a roller coaster of manoeuvres orchestrated by a highly skilled captain and drivers on board and provides an amazing combination of nature, emotion, fun and adrenaline in one adventure.

Duration: 30 minutes
Please be at the marina 30 minutes in advance of activity.
Capacity: 20 persons per boat
Price: $69.60 per person
Dock fee: $8 (cash)
Gratuity: $5

Inclusive of:
Lockers, Life jackets and bottled water

Sky Ridder

Live this exciting experience flying in couples over the Caribbean Sea and experiencing an amazing aerial view.

Duration: 30-40 minutes includes 10 minute flying time at an altitude of 100mtrs
Please be at the Aquaworld hut (located by the hotel pool) 15 minutes in advance of activity.
Capacity: Maximum 8 person per boat
Price: $63.80 per couple
Gratuity: $5

Inclusive of:
10 minutes flying time, life jackets and bottled water

*Bathing suit, towel, shorts, T-shirts, sandals or wet shoes, sunglasses and water camera recommended.
*Service charge of $5 for any lost locker keys
*Biodegradable suntan lotion is only permitted on the reef

Jungle Tour

Enjoy this fascinating adventure, driving a Jet Ski boat for 2 persons through the mangroves of Nichupte Lagoon, explore the wonders of Cancun’s jungle and the exotic wild life and admire the colourful sea life while you snorkel at one of the greatest coral reefs in Punta Nizuc.

Duration: 2:30 hrs. (45 minutes each way driving and 40 minutes for snorkelling)
Please be at the marina 30 minutes in advance of activity.
Capacity: 2 persons per boat
Price: $69.60 (Single persons would pay full boat rate)
Dock Fee and Reef tax: $11 (cash)
Gratuity: $5

Inclusive of:
1x Guide per 10 persons
Aquaray speed boat for 2 persons
Snorkel Equipment (new snorkelling gear, life vest, mask, fins)
Jungle Tour
Dressing Room, Showers and Lockers
Bottled water
TI Staff present

*Bathing suit, towel, shorts, T-shirts, sandals or wet shoes, sunglasses and water camera recommended.
*Biodegradable suntan lotion is only permitted on the reef

Wave Runner

Drive and Speed on board of a 700 Yamaha wave runner across the Caribbean Sea.

Duration: 30 minutes
Please be at the Aquaworld hut (located by the hotel pool) 15 minutes in advance of activity.
Price: $63.80 (Single persons would pay full boat rate)
Gratuity: $5

Inclusive of:
1 Guide per 10 persons
Life jackets and lockers
Bottled water

*Bathing suit, towel, shorts, T-shirts, sandals or wet shoes, sunglasses and water camera recommended.
**Biodegradable suntan lotion is only permitted on the reef**

Sub See

An extraordinary way to admire the marine life and the reef’s ecosystem without getting wet! Be part of this unique adventure on board The Sub See Explorer, a glass bottom boat like a yellow submarine with huge glass panels on the sides, from where you will be able to watch the multi-coloured species of the Scorpion´s coral reef.

Duration: 2 hrs.
Please be at the marina 30 minutes in advance of activity
Capacity: Boat can hold 66 passengers
Price: $46.40 per person
Dock Fee and Reef tax: $10
Gratuity: $5

Inclusive of:
Boat transportation on board of Reef Express
Specialized Guides
Beverages (Beer, Soft Drinks and water)
Bottled Water
TI Staff present

*Bathing suit, towel, shorts, T-shirts, sandals or wet shoes, sunglasses and water camera recommended.
**Biodegradable suntan lotion is only permitted on the reef**

Full Day Activities

To make an enquiry or booking (individual/group), please contact Francisco Mora at Tropical Incentives.

Francisco Mora
Email: guestservices@ticancun.com

A Tropical Incentive representative will also be available during the conference period at the hotel, so should you have any questions about a booked tour you can always ask upon arrival or at any time during your stay.

Our full day tours are offered pre and post conference dates. If you require any additional nights at the Fiesta Americana Condesa due to a full day excursion, please ensure you book these in advance to avoid disappointment. The full days tours are available to both individual and group bookings.

Tulum And Playa Del Carmen Shopping Tour

Our journey begins in the magical ancient Tulum Archaeological Zone, discovered by John L. Stephens in 1842. Perched on top of a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea, it is the only entire walled in-group of Mayan Ruins ever discovered. Under the advice of an official English speaking tour guide, the group will go around the structures getting the history and spirit of the Mayans. Afterwards we head Playa del Carmen, an authentic Mexican town, popular because of its beautiful beaches with turquoise water colour and the famous 5th Avenue where the participants will browse around the shops aside to explore. All kind of typical items, handcrafts, pottery, typical rugs most of them hand made by top artisans, fine boutiques selling everything imaginable. A unique experience! A group lunch can be arranged in one of the restaurants or it can be at leisure.

Ek Balam and Cenote

Visit the archaeological site of Ek-Balam. Ek Balam means Bright Star Jaguar in Maya language. This ancient Maya city had its glory before Chichen Itza. This archaeological site is one of the latest attractions because of its most recent restoration. Discover the mysterious Maya Cenote, enjoy its beautiful natural formations and great natural pool of 80m diameter. During the tour you will see different Maya communities. Take home your memories with the beautiful photographs taken by native photographers during the activities.

Sea Passion Catamaran

Isla Mujeres (Island of Women) is one of the Mexican Caribbean’s favourite destinations. Sail the beautiful turquoise bay from Cancun to Isla Mujeres aboard the Sea Passion I or Sea Passion III, a one-of-a-kind 75 & 60 foot maxi-catamarans, designed for passenger comfort. Enjoy a sail and snorkelling in the National Marine Park. Relax. In the full day activity the participants will have the opportunity to disembark in the Island. You can enjoy exquisite dining at the Beach Club “ElPescador” and the overwhelming views of the turquoise ocean decorated by coconut palm trees and hammocks.

Selvatica Extreme Canopy Tour

Located between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, only 35 minutes form Cancun’s International Airport. Over 250 acres of Tropical Jungle, in Selvatica you will be able to experience a unique adventure in the longest zip-line circuit  in North America, recognized by Travel & Leisure magazine as one of the 35 great adventures in the World, divided in 12 zip lines varying in lengths and heights from 270 ft. to over 2,000 ft, it will make you fly over the jungle. Take a ride on a military vehicle through the jungle to get to the millenary natural cenote. With crystal and pristine waters you will be able to swim choosing between a water zip line or the diving platform. Live this unique and exciting adventure and feel the emotion and adrenaline running through your body.

Coba

Deep in the heart of the Quintana Roo jungle and only 24 miles from southwest of Tulum, approximately 2 1/2 south of Cancun is COBA, an archaeological site that dates from the Classis period. Unlike other Mayan sites in Quintana Roo, Coba was still occupied after the Spanish Conquest. 
This incredible Site once occupied an area of almost 100 square kilometers (60 st. miles). The pyramid of Nohoch Mul-43 meters (130  ft.) high-is the tallest pre-Hispanic structure in the Yucatan peninsula. The main pyramids are the Coba Group, near the entrance, Las Pinturas (The Paintings), named because of the colour still visible on the arches; the Macanxoc, located next to Macanxoc Lake; and Chumuc Mul, the main stucco pyramid which still contains its original colour. 
After a very cultural tour, be prepared to enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the magic restaurants of the area.

For further details on the above and other tours available please contact Tropical Incentives where Francisco Mora or an alternative representative will be happy to assist you.

Contact: Francisco Mora
Email: guestservices@ticancun.com

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Group Activities

Chichen-Itzá Group Tour - Wednesday 09th March 2016

We have arranged an exciting private group tour for all 2016 OTF participants. The tour will take place the day immediately following the conference on Wednesday 09th March 2016.

Chichen-Itzá, recently nominated one of the new 7th wonders is  the ancient city whose name means "in the mouth at the Itzáe's Well", was in its time of grandeur (between 800 and 1200 A.D.), the centre of political, religious and military power in Yucatán, if not all of South-eastern Meso America. Chichen-Itzá is located 125 miles West of Cancun about 2:15 hrs. It is the most visited archaeological site on the Peninsula, famed for its extraordinary architectural beauty. When the Spaniards arrived in Chichen-Itzá, it had long been abandoned, a victim of the Mayapan wars. Somewhere between 1196 and 1441 the May culture collapsed on the northern shores of the peninsula. The conqueror found the buildings in ruins; their names and uses lost to time. Present names and uses are intelligent guesses.

The tour is optional and should you wish to participate we would ask that you email laura@fusion-conferences.com to confirm your participation no later than Monday 15th February as we are required to confirm numbers in advance due to transportation requirements.

Itinerary for Wednesday 09th March 2016:

08.15 – Meeting Point in Lobby
08.30 – Departure from Hotel
11:00 – Arrival at Chichen-Itzá
11:15 – 13:00 – Guided Visit to the Archaeological Site
13:15 – Departure from Chichen-Itzá to Restaurant
13:30 – 14:30 – Lunch
14:45 – Return to Transportation
17:30 – Estimated Return to Hotel

The price of the tour will vary depending on confirmed numbers. We will confirm the tour price during conference registration. For guidance, please note the following prices dependent on final group size.

$155.00 – Requires 6 participants
$115.00 – Requires 10+ participants
*Please consider an additional $5.00 gratuity, per person.

The above prices include; air conditioned transportation, 2 beverages on board (soft drinks and/or water), tour guide, admission fees at Chichen-Itzá, buffet lunch (food only) and federal tax. Please note the above prices exclude; food and beverages inside the ruins and beverages during lunch.

Please note that payment for the tour will need to be made during conference registration at the Tropical Incentives Hospitality deskTropical Incentives will accept both cash and card payments. Please note a surcharge will be added for payments made using card (5% for VISA or Master Card and 6% for AMEX). This is a non-refundable fee should you later change your mind and decide not participate in the tour.

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Childcare

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Oral Presenters

We have a number of oral opportunities available at this meeting. To be considered for a talk, please register for the conference and you will be able to submit your abstract online and monitor the status of your abstract through your Fusion account. Please use the abstract template provided and ensure your abstract is no longer than one page in length. Any abstracts exceeding this size may be cut short during print.

Please take note of the oral submission deadline: 23 November 2015.

Please check the conference programme carefully to note your presentation time (inclusive of Q&A) should you be accepted for an oral presentation. We recommend you check our website regularly as the conference approaches. Regular programme updates will be released under the ‘Programme’ tab on the conference page.

Your Presentation on the Day

If you have prepared some slides to accompanying your talk please ensure you bring these with you on a USB or portable file saving device.

For those presenting on the first day, please email your slides to us so we can have everything prepared and ready for the first session. Please email your slides to: admin@fusion-conferences.com

On the day of your presentation please make yourself known to the AV team who will be available in the conference room. If you have any animations or videos we do advise to run through the presentation with the AV tech to make sure everything is compatible. We also advise that all speakers make themselves known to the AV tech in the conference room immediately before your session beings. The AV tech will apply your microphone and provide a laser pointer should you have an accompanying presentation. We prefer speakers to use our master laptop to run presentations from, however, if you prefer to use your own laptop, please notify us in advance.

It is important that all speakers adhere to their presentation time and respect their fellow presenters. A visual traffic light aide will be available to warn presenters and the audience as your time decreases.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to approach our AV tech or a member of the Fusion team.

Helpful Tips for Presentation Slides

Aspect Ratio: 4:3 in Presenter View, Landscape in Orientation
Font Size: Minimum font size used should be 24pt. 
File Type: Please save your presentation in PPT or PPTS format. 
Video Clips: Please save these separately and do not build them into the PowerPoint. Videos will be played via the AV control desk using the master laptop.

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

Posters

We have a number of poster opportunities available at this meeting. To be considered for a poster presentation, please register for the conference and you will be able to submit your abstract online and monitor the status of your abstract through your Fusion account. Please use the abstract template provided and ensure your abstract is no longer than one page in length. Any abstracts exceeding this size may be cut short during print.

Please take note of the poster submission deadline: 04 January 2016

Our poster boards can accommodate a maximum poster size of A0 (1189H x 841W mm), portrait in orientation. Posters exceeding this size may not fit on the poster boards provided and therefore we may be unable to display your poster, so please kindly keep to these measurements.

Displaying & Presenting Your Poster

During conference registration if you are presenting a poster please request a poster number from the registration desk. Please do not put up your poster without notifying a member of the Fusion team. Certain adhesive agents are not permitted at some venues therefore; Fusion will be the sole provider of all poster fixings.

You can display your poster from registration. Your poster can remain on display for the entire duration of the conference and we ask that posters are taken down on the final day of the meeting. The poster session is usually scheduled on Day 3, but please check the official programme for exact timings. Refreshments will be provided and the poster prizes will be awarded during the conference Gala Night that evening. 

2016 OTF Poster Prize

The conference chairs will be awarding 3 poster prizes, kindly sponsored by APL Materials, for the best poster display and presentation. To be in with a chance of winning, submit your poster by 04 January 2016. The winners will be selected shortly after the Poster Session and the following prizes will be awarded. 1st Place $125, 2nd Place $70, 3rd Place $40. 

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2nd Functional Oxide Thin Films for Advanced Energy and Information Technology Conference

05 Mar 2016 - 08 Mar 2016

Cancun, Mexico

Chairs

Dario Marrocchelli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dillon Fong
Argonne National Laboratory
Giuliano Gregori
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

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