Regensburg 2022 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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KFM 2: Focus Session: Defects and Interfaces in Multiferroics 1

Montag, 5. September 2022, 09:30–12:25, H5

The focus session is dedicated to advanced nano scale-characterization, property-engineering, and modelling methods of multiferroic materials focusing on defects and interfaces. Typical examples may include ferroic domain walls, microstructural levers, or strain effects. Further, applications in novel nanoelectronic devices and nano-related engineering concepts of macroscopic properties of multiferroics are of interest.

Organizers: Dr. Jan Schultheiß (Augsburg University, NTNU Trondheim) and Dr. Marion Höfling (DTU Copenhagen)

Chair: Dr. Marion Höfling (DTU Copenhagen)

09:30 KFM 2.1 Hauptvortrag: Domain-wall engineering in multiferroic materials — •Guillaume Nataf
10:00 KFM 2.2 Engineering of improper ferroelectric vortex- and stripe-like domains in polycrystalline ErMnO3 — •Max Haas, Jan Schultheiß, and Dennis Meier
10:20 KFM 2.3 Tuning multiferroic properties in hexagonal YMnO3 by manipulation of the structural order — •M. Giraldo, H. Sim, A. Simonov, M. Lilienblum, A. Samir, E. Gradauskaite, Y. Heo, M. Rossell, M. Trassin, J.-G. Park, Th. Lottermoser, and M. Fiebig
10:40 KFM 2.4 Strain-induced multiferroic ribbons in non-multiferroic phase of MnWO4 — •Lea Forster, Shingo Toyoda, Manfred Fiebig, Taka-hisa Arima, Yoshinori Tokura, and Naoki Ogawa
  11:00 15 min. break
11:15 KFM 2.5 Hauptvortrag: Charged Higher Order Topologies in Room Temperature Magnetoelectric Multiferroic Thin Films — •Shelly Conroy, Kalani Moore, Sinead Griffin, Lynette Keeney, and Eoghan O'Connell
11:45 KFM 2.6 X-ray investigation of a multiferroic YBaCuFeO5 single crystal — •Arkadiy Simonov, Marisa Medarde, and Ruggero Frison
12:05 KFM 2.7 A phase-field model for ferroelectrics with local chemical defects — •Dilshod Durdiev, Frank Wendler, Takahiro Tsuzuki, Shuji Ogata, Ryo Kobayashi, Masayuki Uranagase, and Hikaru Azuma
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