CEMS Topical Meeting on Oxide Interfaces 2015

CEMS Topical Meeting on
Oxide Interfaces

November 5-6, 2015
Okochi Hall, RIKEN


The enormous variety of physical properties exhibited by oxides shows great promise for future electronic applications. A wide range of research and development of oxide thin films and interfaces has been internationally performed in order to create new properties and functionalities; this emerging trend is now recognized as oxide electronics. This topical meeting will provide an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and encourage closer cooperation among them, aiming at a new paradigm of oxide electronics. Focusing on oxide interfaces, we will discuss broad-ranging topics including results of fundamental scientific importance as well as studies revealing the technological potential of functional oxides.

The Meeting was concluded with great success.
Thank you very much for your active participation.

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Organized by
Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS), RIKEN

Supported by
Functional Oxide Electronics Group, The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP)