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IEEE UFFC Society Newsletter
January-May 2013   UFFC Homepage  Editor-in-Chief: Nazanin Bassiri-Gharb
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2. Plenary Speakers
Each morning session opened with a plenary talk by a world expert of a specific aspect of the ferroic materials and applications. The talks covered subjects ranging from piezoelectric thin film MEMS and planar nanostructures for optoelectronic applications, to ferroelectric domains and conductance of defects, as well as multiferroic tunnel junctions and magnetoelectric composites for magnetic field sensing.

  • Agnès Barthélémy (THALES-CNRS, France), "Ferroelectric and multiferroic tunnel junctions"
  • Sergei Kalinin (ORNL, USA), "Static and dynamic conductance of topological defects in ferroelectrics"
  • Yoshihiro Kuroiwa (Hiroshima University, Japan), "Electron charge density study on emergence of ferroelectricity in perovskites"
  • Paul Muralt (EPFL, Switzerland), "Piezoelectric thin films: adding a new dimension to MEMS"
  • Alexander Sigov (MIREA, Russia), "Complex oxide planar nanostructures for optoelectronics and telecommunications"
  • Dwight Viehland (Virginia Tech, USA), "Magnetic sensing based on piezoelectric composites: advancements, opportunities, and noise floors"
  • Shining Zhu (Nanjing University, China), "Ferroelectric domain engineering: controlling light and photon at will"



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