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Author NameOrganizationCountryPaper Title
Asif KhanGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUnited StatesFerroelectrics Will Lead the Way for 21st Century Microelectronics
Baojin ChuUniversity of Science and Technology of ChinaChinaFlexoelectric-Like Response from the Surface Effect in Ferroelectric Ceramics
Baowen LiWuhan University of TechnologyChina2D Dielectric/Ferroelectric Perovskite Nanosheets and Their Applications for Power Energy Storage
Betul AkkopruPenn State UniversityUnited StatesDefect chemistry, Charge Transport mechanisms, and Lifetime in Heavily Nb Doped PZT Films
Changkyu JeongJeonbuk National UniversityKoreaEmerging Investigations on Electromechanical Energy Harvesting Devices, Materials and Mechanisms Beyond Traditional Insights
Daniel SandoUNSW SydneyAustraliaStrain, Domain Walls, and the Spin Cycloid in BiFeO3 Thin Films
Dawei WangShenzhen Institute of Advanced TechnologyChinaLead-Free Electroceramics and Capacitors for Energy Storage
Di ZhouXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaAnomalous Dielectric Behaviour at the Monoclinic to Tetragonal Phase Transition in Fergusonite Structured Microwave Dielectric Ceramics
Don EvansUniversity of AugsburgGermanyConductivity Control via Minimally Invasive anti-Frenkel Defects in a Functional Oxide
Fapeng YuShandong UniversityChinaHigh-Temperature Piezoelectric Crystals for Sensing Applications
Fujii IchiroUniversity of YamanashiJapanFabrication of pseudo-Cubic BaTiO3-Bi(Mg1/2Ti1/2)O3-BiFeO3 Ceramics and Origin of Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Responses
Geon-Tae HwangPukyong National UniversityKoreaHigh-Performance Magnetoelectric (ME) Composites for Magnetic Sensing and Energy Harvesting Applications
Guangzu ZhangHuazhong University of Science and TechnologyChinaColossal Electrocaloric Effect of Ceramic-Polymer Composites
Haibo ZhangHuazhong University of Science and TechnologyChinaSandwich-Structured Polymer Nanocomposites for Dielectric Energy Storage Applications
Haijun WuNational University of SingaporeSingaporeSeeing Structural Origins and Foreseeing New Pathways to Improved Lead-Free Piezoelectrics with Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
Hamideh KhanbarehUniversity of BathUnited KingdomApplication Driven design, Manufacturing and Optimization of Piezoelectric Polymer composites: a Tribute to Pim Groen’s Work
Hana UrsicJozef Stefan InstituteSloveniaSingle-Phase multicaloric Materials
Hao TianHarbin Institute of TechnologyChinaFerroelectric Domain Evolution Induced by Photorefractive Space Charge Fields
Jianguo ChenShanghai UniversityChinaStrain mechanism, Thermal Stability and Aging Behavior of BiFeO3-BaTiO3 Piezoelectric Ceramics Near the Morphotropic Phase Boundary
Jinyan ZhaoXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaGiant Strain and Domain Investigation in Bismuth Sodium Titanate Based Lead-Free Ceramics
Josh AgarLehigh UniversityUnited StatesReal-Time Machine Learning in Scanning Probe Microscopy
Julia MundyHarvard UniversityUnited StatesUncovering a Hidden antiferroelectric Phase with Interfacial Electrostatic engineering
Jurij KoruzaTechnical University of DarmstadtGermanyReversibility of the electric-field-Induced Phase Transitions in Perovskite antiferroelectrics
Ke WangTsinghua UniversityChinaProcessing Challenges in Lead-Free Potassium Sodium Niobate Piezoelectric Ceramics
Keiichi HatanoTAIYOYUDEN CO., LTD.JapanDesign of Alkaline Niobates Based Multilayer Piezoceramic for Invited Young Investigator Symposium
Keisuke YazawaColorado School of MinesUnited StatesCoercive Field Reduction in Epitaxial Ferroelectric Wurtzite Al1-xScxN Thin Films
kristine bakkenMaterials Center Leoben Forschung GmbHAustriaTailoring BaTiO3-Based Thin Films from Aqueous Chemical Solution Deposition by in situ Characterization
Lalitha Kodumudi VenkataramanBeijing University of TechnologyChinaRecent Developments in Quenching Na1/2Bi1/2TiO3-Based piezoceramics
Li JinXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaUltra-High Electrostrictive Effect in Lead-Free Ferroelectric Ceramics
Limei ZhengShandong UniverisityChina(K,Na)NbO3-Based lead-Free Single crystals: growth, Full Tensor Properties and Domain Structure
Lisha LiuTsinghua UniversityChinaDomain Wall Conductivity in BiFeO3
Lynette Keeney University College CorkIrelandMemories Are Made of this: My Journey Into the Development of New multiferroic Materials
Makiko KobayashiKumamoto UniversityJapanDevelopment of lead-Free Bismuth titanate-Based sol-Gel Composite
Manabu HagiwaraKeio UniversityJapanLow-Temperature Processing of Bi-Based Ferroelectric Ceramics Utilizing Liquid-Phase Synthesis Techniques
Mantas simenasVilnius UniversityLithuaniaMultitechnique Approach to Phase Transitions and Molecular Dynamics in Hybrid Perovskites
Matthew CabralThe University of SydneyAustraliaCharacterizing Local Cation and Oxygen Structure in Lead-Free Antiferroelectrics
Michelle (Shelly) ConroyUniversity of Limerick and Imperial College LondonIrelandDirect Imaging of Charged Ferroelectric Topologies During Movement
Min Hyuk ParkPusan National UniversityKoreaThermodynamic and Kinetic Origin of Ferroelectricity in Fluorite-Structured Oxide
Mojca OtoničarElectronic ceramics department, Jožef Stefan InstituteSloveniaPoling-Induced Effects in Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3–PbTiO3 Ceramics
Nan ZhangXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaUnraveling the Mysterious Intermediate State in Zr-Rich PbZr1-xTixO3
Nengneng LuoGuangxi UniversityChinaUltrahigh Energy Storage Density and Efficiency in AgNbO3-Based Antiferroelectric Ceramics: Design and Mechanisms
Pankaj SharmaUniversity of New South Wales, SydneyAustraliaA room-Temperature Ferroelectric Semimetal
Pavan NukalaIndian Institute of ScienceIndiaOperando Observation of Reversible Oxygen Migration and Phase Transitions in Ferroelectric Hf0.5Zr0.5O2
Qian ChenNorthwestern Polytechnical UniversityChinaFirst-Principles Study on the Structure and Performance of Cation Doped KSr2Nb5O15
Qian WangShandong UniversityChinaHigh Energy Storage Properties and Good Thermal Stabilities in Weakly Coupling relaxor Ferroelectric BaTiO3-Bi(Zn2/3Ta1/3)O3
Rohini Kumara Cordero EdwardsUniversity of GenevaSwitzerlandNovel Functionalities at Twin Domain Crossings
Ruijian XuStanford UniversityUnited StatesStrain-Induced Room-Temperature Ferroelectricity in SrTiO3 Membranes
Sabine NeumayerOak Ridge National LaboratoryUnited StatesIonic Control of Ferroelectric Behavior in Layered Van der Waals Crystals
Saidur BakaulArgonne National LaboratoryUnited StatesFreestanding Ultrathin Ferroelectric – Dielectric – Ferroelectric Heterostructure
Shintaro YasuiTokyo Institute of TechnologyJapanShear-Driven Polarization Switched k-Al2O3 Structure Ferroelectric Materials
Sukriti Mantri UNSWAustraliaDomain Percolation in Polycrystalline Ferroelectric
Takao ShimizuNational Institute for Materials ScienceJapanField-Induced Structural Change in HfO2-Based Ferroelectric Materials
Takeshi KobayashiNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)JapanUltra-Thin Piezoelectric MEMS for SHM, Healthcare and Haptics
Ting ZhengSichuan UniversityChinaManipulating Properties in Bismuth ferrite-Based relaxor Ferroelectrics Guided by Domain Configuration
Wanlin ZhuThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUnited StatesFerroelectric Properties of Doped Aluminum Nitride (AlN) Films
Xiaoli Zhu Zhejiang UniversityChinaStructural Modulation in Pb-Free Tungsten Bronze Ferroelectrics
Xin ZhangWuhan University of TechnologyChinaHigh-Energy-Density Polymer Nanocomposites for Dielectric Energy Storage Applications
Yalin Qin Qingdao UniversityChinaTransparent PMN-PT Ferroelectric Ceramics Doped by Rare-Earth Elements
Yang LiuPenn state universityUnited StatesUnderstanding and Designing of Ferroelectric Polymers from a Molecular Perspective
Yanlu LiShandong UniversityChinaPoint Defect-Induced Dielectric Response Mechanism of RECOB Crystals
Yaojin WangNanjing University of Science and TechnologyChinaFerro-Catalysis for Nondestructive Tooth Whitening
Yejing DaiSun Yat-sen UniversityChinaUltrahigh electro-Strain in acceptor-Doped KNN lead-Free Piezoelectric Ceramics via Defect Engineering
Yousra NahasUniversity of ArkansasUnited StatesTopology and Control of self-Assembled Domain Patterns in low-Dimensional Ferroelectrics
Yunfei ChangHarbin Institute of TechnologyChinaSingle Crystal-Like Piezoelectric Properties in Grain-Oriented Ferroelectric Ceramics
Yuuki KITANAKANational Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)JapanOctahedral Rotation Coupled with Polarization in Niobium-Based Perovskites Oxides
Zenghui LiuXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaBismuth-Containing Perovskite Single Crystals with High Curie Temperature and High Ferro-/Piezoelectric Performance
Zibin ChenUniversity of sydneyAustraliaIn-situ Electron Microscopy Investigation of Ferroelectric Materials

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