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Important date

Deadline for registration
of passive participants
extended until
20 September 2016


City Hotel Ljubljana
Dalmatinova ulica 15
1000 Ljubljana

Plenary and Invited Speakers

Plenary talks:

- Jesper Nygård, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Technologies and materials for quantum devices and computing

- Jens Kreisel, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Strain & phase transitions in oxide heterostructures and ultrathin films

- Paul Muralt, EPFL, Switzerland
Pushing the performance of electro-mechanical thin films

Invited presentations:

- Kathrin Doerr, Martin Luther University, Germany
Termination control of magnetic order at a complex oxide interface

- Javier Villegas, CNRS/Thales, France
Electrostatic effects in oxide superconductor devices

- Wolf Widdra, Martin Luther University, Germany
BaTiO3 surfaces and ultrathin films: From ferroelectric periodic to quasicrystalline aperiodic structures

- Jobu Matsuno, RIKEN, Japan
Interface-driven skyrmions in oxide heterostructures with strong spin-orbit coupling

- Giacomo Ghiringhelli, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy
Magnons, phonons and charge density waves in cuprates studied by ultra-high resolution RIXS

- Eric Bousquet, University of Liège, Belgium
Proper and improper ferroelectricity in the n=3 Dion-Jacobson material AB2Ti2NbO10

- Ulrike Diebold, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Surface Structures and Epitaxial Growth of SrTiO3 (110)

- Guus Rijnders, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Integration of complex oxides with Si and III-IV technologies

- Andre ten Elshof, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Controlling the properties of functional oxide thin films using two dimensional metal oxide nanosheet templates

- Nicolas Gauquelin, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Determining the structure/property relation at oxide interfaces by means of advanced TEM spectroscopy and imaging

- Lior Kornblum, Technion, Israel
Unlocking stable III-V solar hydrogen production with oxide epitaxy

- Daniele Marré, CNR-SPIN and Genova University, Italy
Effect of quantum confinement and nanostructuring on thermoelectric properties of STO bulks and interfaces

- Lourdes Calzada, The Spanish National Research Council - CSIC, Madrid, Spain
The potential of UV-light for the photochemical solution deposition of functional crystalline oxide thin films on flexible substrates

- An Hardy, Hasselt University, Hasselt, Belgium
Wet chemical synthesis routes for metal oxides