The International Workshop on Oxide Electronics is the premier annual meeting focused on re-cent advances and emerging trends in the field of multifunctional complex oxides and their utili-zation in electronic devices. This workshop is focused on the most important challenges facing integration of complex transition metal oxides (TMO) for next-generation device technologies; the fundamental structure-property relationships that require optimization to achieve high-performance and or multifunctional (a material that responds to more than one conjugate field, for example) electronic devices; the interdisciplinary topics such as neuromorphic computation; ionic and electrochemical modification of electronic materials; nonequilbirum states and optical control; and oxide integration into energy technologies. Covering the broad intellectual ground needed to support the utilization of functional oxides in a variety of devices, the workshop pro-vides an interdisciplinary program, including materials design and theory, synthesis, characteriza-tion, and device design and performance. The scope of the workshop, thus, brings together ad-vances in fundamental materials physics and applied breakthroughs in device fabrication and op-eration.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/17 → 6/30/18|
- Army Research Office (W911NF-17-1-0307)
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