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S2: Advanced Dielectric, Piezoelectric and Ferroic Materials, and Emerging Materials in Electronics

 

EMA 2012

 

This symposium brings together researchers from academia and industry to present the latest advances in synthesis, modeling and characterization of dielectric, piezoelectric, ferroelectric, and multiferroic materials. These materials have a tremendous impact on a variety of civilian and defense applications, including tunable microwave devices, sonar transducers, memories, MEMS devices, high-energy-density capacitors, piezoelectric composites, energy harvesting, actuators and sensors. Recent work on bridging phases in relaxor-based perovskites, multiferroic heterostructures, lead-free piezoelectrics, composite thin films, flexoelectric effect, and fundamental materials science, including computational and analytical modeling will be discussed. Other topics of interest include nanoscale domain phenomena, ferroelectric thin films, structure-property relationships, magnetoelectric composite structures, and electric field induced phase phenomena.

 

Proposed Session Topics

  • Electromechanical phenomena of piezoelectric composites, actuators, sensors and motors
  • Lead-free piezoelectrics
  • Integrated multi-layers and interface structures
  • Microwave dielectrics, metamaterials, and frequency tunable devices
  • Nanoscale phenomena in dielectric, ferroelectric and piezoelectric Materials
  • Perovskite dielectric, Mott insulators, ferroelectric, and piezoelectric materials
  • Novel properties such as flexoelectric effect
  • Multiferroic oxides, heterostructures, and thin films
  • Ultrasonic transducers


Symposium Organizers

  • Sahn Nahm, Korea Univ.
  • Jurgen Rödel, Technische Universität Darmstadt
  • Shashank Priya, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ.
  • Pam A. Thomas, Univ. of Warwick
  • Steven C. Tidrow, Univ. of Texas Pan American


Point of Contact

Steven Tidrow, Phone: +1(956) 665-3521

 

 

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