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SYMPOSIUM 5: Energy Sustainable Optoelectronics and Magnetoelectronics



This symposium focuses on recent progress on optoelectronic and magnetoeletronic materials for sustainable energy applications. Efficient transformation and utilization of energy serve as cornerstones for societal energy sustainability. The overarching goal of this symposium is to provide a platform for discussing transdisciplinary materials research for realizing an energy sustainable future, intersecting the fields of electronic, optical, and magnetic materials, devices and systems. The specific topics of interest include photovoltaics, electro-optics, power electronics, and energy-efficient magnetoelectronics. Centered on these topics, materials of interest include halide perovskites, ferroelectric materials, photoferroelectric materials, magnetoelectric and multiferroic materials, wide band gap carbides and nitrides, IV and III-V thin film compounds. Reports of progresses on theory/computation, materials development/properties, device fabrication/characterization and system-level design are highly encouraged.


Proposed Sessions:

  • Photovoltaics
  • Electro-optics
  • Power electronics
  • Emerging microelectronics
  • Magnetoelectrics and multiferroics



Jian Shi, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, shij4@rpi.edu

Jennifer Andrew, University of Florida, jandrew@mse.ufl.edu

Jiamian Hu, Pennsylvania State University, juh34@psu.edu

John Heron, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, jtheron@umich.edu

Xavier Moya, University of Cambridge, UK, xm212@cam.ac.uk



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