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Author NameOrganizationCountryPaper Title
Ahmad SafariRutgers UniverstiyUnited StatesPiezoelectric and Dielectric Composites
Amanda EllisThe University of MelbourneAustraliaNanomaterial Dipole templating in 3D Printed Composite Flexible Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters
Andreja BencanJozef Stefan InstituteSloveniaAtomic-Level-Structural Analysis of Different Crystal Entities in Lead-Free Piezoelectrics
Anna MorozovskaInstitute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of UkraineUkraineUnusual Domain Walls Properties and Phase Diagrams of Van der Waals ferrielectric low-Dimensional Layered Chalcogenides
Antonio FeteiraSheffield Hallam UniversityUnited KingdomCrystal structure, Dielectric Properties and Optical Bandgap Control in KNbO3-BiMeO3 (Me=Fe, Mn) Ceramics
Barbara MalicJozef Stefan InstituteSloveniaSoft-Chemistry Supported Approaches to Design of Ferroelectric-Oxide Thin-Film Structures
Beth DickeyCarnegie Mellon UniversityUnited StatesLocal to Meso-Scale Structural Order Characterized by Real-Space 2-D Partial Pair Correlation Functions
Boyuan HuangSouthern University of Science and TechnologyChinaDecoupling Competing Electromechanical Mechanisms in Dynamic Atomic Force Microscopy
Brahim DkhilCentraleSupélec/Univ. Paris-SaclayFranceExploiting Dynamic of Ferroelectric Domains and Hidden States in relaxors for Neuromorphic Computing
Chunming WangShandong UniversityChinaBismuth layer-Structured Ferroelectric Ceramics for High Temperature Piezoelectric Applications
Clive RandallPenn State UniversityUnited StatesCelebrating the Intellectual and Technological Contributions of Pim Groen
Daeyong JeongInha UniversityKoreaIncrease of Breakdown Field in P(VDF-HFP)/h-BN/Nano-Metal Composites Through Coulomb-Blockade Effect of Nano-Size Metal
Daniel PhelanArgonne Natl LabUnited StatesCrystal Growth and Diffuse Scattering from Tetragonal Tungsten Bronze Ba2RFeNb4O15
David KeebleUniversity of DundeeUnited KingdomDetection and Identification of vacancy-Related Point Defects in Perovskite Materials
Denis AlikinSchool of Natural Sciences and MathematicsRussiaLocal Electromechanical Properties of the Polycrystalline BiFeO3 Thin films: Collective Polarization and Transport Phenomena
Fei LiElectronic Materials Research Laboratory (Key Lab of Education Ministry)ChinaTextured Ferroelectric Ceramics with High Electromechanical Coupling Factors Over a Broad Temperature Range
Gang NiuXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaTowards Synaptic Simulation for Neuromorphic Computation Using hafnia Based memristers: Material Aspects
Geoff BrenneckaColorado School of MinesUnited StatesGrowth and Chemical Effects on Ferroelectric Switching of (Al,Sc)N Films
Hajime NagataTokyo University of ScienceJapanPiezoelectric Properties and Depolarization Temperature on Quenched (Bi1/2Na1/2)TiO3-Based Solid Solution Ceramics
Haosu LuoShanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of ScicencesChinaDesigning and Fabrication of Me Composite and Me Sensor
Hua HaoWuhan University of TechnologyChinaEnhanced Energy Storage Performance of BaTiO3-Based Thin Films by Composition Control and Structure Design of Amorphous-Crystal Nanodomains
Huajun SunWuhan University of TechnologyChinaFabrication of Piezoelectric Ceramics Foams and Their Applications in Energy Field
Ian ReaneyUniversity of SheffieldUnited KingdomHigh Energy Density Lead Free Capacitors
Igor LevenNISTUnited StatesDisplacive order-Disorder behavior, Intrinsic Clustering of Lattice distortions, and Role of Vacancies in A-Site Deficient Perovskites
Jae-Shin LeeUniversity of UlsanKoreaExploration of New Ferroelectric-Relaxor Boundaries in (Bi1/2Na1/2)TiO3-SrTiO3-ABO3 Ternary Systems
Jiagang WuDepartment of Materials Science, Sichuan UniversityChinaDevelopment of KNN-Based lead-Free Piezoelectric Ceramics
Jim LebeauMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited StatesExploring the Links Between Chemistry and Structure to Functional Properties with Electron Microscopy
Jing-feng LiTsinghua UniversityChinaSol-Gel Processed (K, Na)NbO3-Based Lead-Free Piezoelectric Films
Jinrong ChengShanghai UniversityChinaThe Photocatalytic Properties and Gas Sensitivity of Bismuth Ferrite Oxides
Jiri HlinkaInstitute of Physics of the Czech Academy of SciencesCzech Rep.Metrology of Nanoscale Regions in relaxor Ferroelectrics
Jiwei ZhaiSchool of Materials Science & Engineering, Tongji UniversityChinaMicroscopic Insight Into the piezoresponse of KNN-Based Ceramics
Jon-Paul MariaPennsylvania State UniversityUnited StatesTetrahedral Ferroelectrics Based on Cation-Substituted ZnO and AlN
Jun ChenDepartment of Physical Chemistry, School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Science and TechnChinaDesign of Giant Polarization in Ferroelectric Thin Films
Jungho RyuYeungnam UniversityKoreaMagneto-Mechano-Electric Energy Harvesting by Magnetoelectric Composite for IoT Sensor Systems
Jürgen RödelTechnical University of DarmstadtGermanyPerspective for Hard lead-Free NBT-Based piezoceramics
Kathleen ColemanArmy Reserach LabUnited StatesInfluence of Thickness and Electrical History on Crack Initiation and Propagation in Lead zirconate Titanate Thin Films
Kui YaoInstitute of Materials Research & Engineering (IMRE), ASTARSingaporeOpportunities for Realizing Competitive Electromechanical Transducers from Lead-Free Perovskite Oxide Films
Kyle WebberFriedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergGermanyImpact Modulated Electromechanical Response in Functional Ceramics Using Aerosol Deposition
Lane MartinUniversity of California, BerkeleyUnited StatesEnabling New Phenomena in Classic Materials – a Case Study of BaTiO3
Laura FumagalliThe University of Manchester – School of Physics and AstronomyUnited KingdomProbing Electric Polarization on the Atomic scale: the Case of Confined water, Hexagonal Boron Nitride and its Heterostructures
Laura SchelhasNational Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)United StatesUnderstanding Degradation Pathways in Halide Perovskite Solar Cells Through operando X-Ray Scattering
Marco DelucaMaterials Center Leoben Forschung GmbHAustriaBaTiO3-Based Solid Solutions for Energy Storage Applications
Marek PasciakInstitute of Physics of the Czech Academy of SciencesCzech Rep.THz Dynamics of Topological Structures in Ferroelectric Materials
Marty Gregg Queens University BelfastUnited KingdomDomain Wall Memristors and Their Applications in Neuromorphic Devices
Michelle DolgosUniversity of CalgaryCanadaUnderstanding the Structure-Property Relationship in Lead-Free Piezoelectric [1-x]Ba(Zr,Ti)O3-[x](Ba,Ca)TiO3 Through in Situ Total Scattering, Neutron Diffraction, and EXAFS
Ming LiuXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaFree-Standing Ferroelectric and Magnetoelectric Single Crystal Membranes with Super-Elasticity
Nazanin Bassiri-GharbGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUnited StatesAnisotropic Ferrielectricity and Ultra-High Electromechanical Response in PbZrO3 Thin Films
Neus DomingoICN2SpainImpact of Strain Gradients and Domain Walls on the Effective Mechanical Properties of Ferroelectrics
Nina BalkeOak Ridge National LaboratoryUnited StatesTunable quadruple-Well Ferroelectric van-der-Waals Crystals
Qi LiPennsylvania State UniversityUnited StatesFerroelectric As Tunneling Barrier in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
Qi ZhangUniversity of New South WalesAustraliaDeterministic Switching of Ferroelectric Bubble Nanodomains
Qifa ZhouUniversity of Southern CaliforniaUnited StatesLead-Free Composite Piezo-Ultrasound Induced Energy Harvesting for Biomedical Applications
Rajeev RanjanIndian Institite of ScienceIndiaAbrupt Crossover to a relaxor Ground State in (1-x)K0.5Bi0.5TiO3- (x)Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3
Ramamoorthy Ramesh UCBerkeleyUnited StatesNegative Permittivity in Polar skyrmions
Rattikorn YimnirunVidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and TechnologyThailandLocal Structure Investigation in PZT Single CRYTALS by Synchrotron X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Roger ProkschAsulum Research, Oxford InstrumentsUnited States(Auto) Encoding Ferroelectric Domain Dynamics and Structure-Property Relationships: from Physics Discovery to Automated Experiment
Ruzhong ZuoSchool of Materials Science and Engineering, Hefei University of TechnologyChinaElectric field-Induced antiferroelectric-Ferroelectric Phase Transition and in-situ Synchrotron x-Ray Characterization in NaNbO3-Based lead-Free Ceramics
Sandy CochranUniversity of GlasgowUnited KingdomPiezocrystals for Power Ultrasonics
Sang Mo YangSogang UniversityKoreaNonlinear Domain Wall Velocity in Ferroelectric Si-Doped HfO2 Capacitors Investigated by piezoresponse Force Microscopy
Sarah BedairDEVCOM Army Research LaboratoryUnited StatesPiezoelectric and Ferroelectric Devices for Energy Efficiency and Power
Shengguo LuGuangdong University of TechnologyChinaImpact of Electric Field on the Phenomenological Coefficient and a Large Electrocaloric Strength in 0.73Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3-0.27PbTiO3 Single Crystals
Shuxiang DongPeking UniversityChinaDesigning Ordered Structure with Piezoceramic Actuation Units (OSPAU) for Generating Continual Nano-Step Motion
Soma GuhathakurtaSABIC Research and Technology Pvt. Ltd., IndiaIndiaNovel Piezoelectric Polymer Composites for Flexible Electronic Device
Soonil LeeChangwon National UniversityKoreaPhase Boundary and Defect Engineering in BiFeO3-BaTiO3-Based Dielectrics
Suman Datta University of Notre DameUnited StatesMonolithic Three Dimensional (M3D) Ferroelectric FET (FeFET)
Sybrand van der ZwaagTU DelftNetherlandsModelling the Formation and Properties of Unstructured and Structured Granular piezoceramic-Polymer composites: a Tribute to Pim Groen’s Work
Sylvia MatzenCenter for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University Paris-SaclayFrancePhoto-Induced Strain in Ferroelectric Thin Film Integrated in Devices
Takeshi YoshimuraOsaka Prefecture UniversityJapanApproaches to Develop High Performance Piezoelectric Vibration Energy Harvester
Tobias LeonhardKITGermanyFerroelectricity in methylammonium Lead Iodide Perovskite Solar Cells
Tomoaki KarakiToyama Prefectural UniversityJapanAlternating Current Poling and Direct Current Poling for Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3-PbTiO3 Single Crystals
Uwe SchroederNamlabGermanyCauses for Ferroelectricity in Doped HfO2 Films – The Tenth Anniversary of the First Publication Announcing Ferroelectricity in Doped HfO2
Vladimir ShurUral Federal UniversityRussiaForward Growth of Ferroelectric Domains with Charged Domain walls. Local Switching on non-Polar Cuts
Wook JoUlsan National Institute of Science and TechnologyKoreaMultifunctional Perovskites with a High Quality
Xiangming ChenZhejiang UniversityChinaField-Induced Transition and Electric Field-Controlled Magnetism in (Bi,R)FeO3 Ceramics
Xiaojie LouXi’an Jiaotong UniversityChinaEnhanced Energy Storage Performance of Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-Based Ceramics with Superior Temperature Stability Under Low Electric Fields
Xiaoning JiangNorth Carolina State UniverstyUnited StatesSmall Aperture Transducers for Intravenous sonothrombolysis
Xiaoyan LuHarbin Institute of TechnologyChinaPhase Coexistence and ferroelastic Switching in Ferroelectrics and Potential Applications
Xiaoyong WeiElectronic Materials Research Laboratory,Key Laboratory of the Ministry of EducationChinaInfluence of A-Site Defect on Phase Transitions and Dielectric Properties of AgNbO3-Based Ceramics
Yang ShenTsinghua UniversityChinaToroidal Polar Topology in Strained Ferroelectric Polymer
Yanxue TangShanghai Normal UniversityChinaHigh-Performance Pyroelectric Materials for Infrared Detection and Imaging
Yonatan CalahorraTechnionIsraelDirect and Converse Electromechanical Characterization of Nanomaterials
Yongtao LiuOak Ridge National LaboratoryUnited StatesInvestigating ferroic Behavior of Metal Halide Perovskites
Yuji NoguchiKumamoto UniversityJapanVisible-Light Active Ferrophotovoltaics
Zhenxiang ChengUniversity of WollongongAustraliaTunning Magnetism by Ferroelectric Polarization in 2D Van der Waals Heterostructures
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