Plenary and Invited Speakers

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Provisional list

Hans Boschker

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research

“A Unique Exploration”

Mario Cuoco

Università degli Studi di Salerno, SPIN-CNR

“What theoretical approaches can provide: a perspective on oxides electronics”

Gertjan Koster

University of Twente

“Perspectives for applications of ultimate (atomic) control of oxide films using PLD”

Alexei Kalaboukhov


“Nanoscale patterning of complexoxide materials”

Florencio Sanchez

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona- ICMAB

“Epitaxial oxide films on semiconductor substrates”

Carlos Frontera

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona- ICMAB

“Structure solving and refining, and strain gradients mapping in epitaxial thin films by X-ray diffraction techniques”

Regina Dittmann

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

"Resistive switching oxides for data storage”

Uwe Schroeder

NaMLab GmbH

“Oxides for data storage: Ferroelectric RAMs”

Stephan Menzel

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

“Alternative logic concepts using oxide-based electronic devices”

Marco Fanciulli

Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

“High-k dielectrics for CMOS and emerging logic devices"

Hiroaki Sukegawa

National Institute for Materials Science -NIMS- Tsukuba

“Epitaxial oxide barriers for magnetic tunnel junctions”

Matthias Althammer

Technische Universität München

“Magnetic insulators for dissipationless spintronics”

Gervasi Herranz

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona- ICMAB

“Functional oxides in photonic integrated devices”

Ignasi Fina

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona- ICMAB


Gunnar Niklasson

Uppsala University

“Electrochromic and thermochromic oxide materials”

Nini Pryds

Technical University of Denmark

“Ionotronics and nanoionics in energy devices: current status and future of μ-SOFC”

David Keeble

University of Dundee

“Characterization of point defects in functional oxide thin films”

Monica Lira-Cantú

Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia

“Recent concepts and future opportunities for oxides in solar cells”

Alberto Calleja


“All-oxide heterjocuntion solar cells”

Matthijn Dekkers


“Scaling PLD oxide growth to large areas”

Elvira Fortunato

CENIMAT, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

“Progress of indium-free transparent conducting oxides”

Vincent Garcia

CNRS, Thales

“Oxides for data storage and processing: ferroelectric tunnel junctions”

Guus Rijnders

University of Twente

“Piezo-MEMS for energy harvesting”

Guanglei Cheng

University of Pittsburgh

“Possible future quantum technologies based on correlated nanoelectronics”

Judith Driscoll

University of Cambridge

“Atomic layer deposition of oxides: benefits, challenges and future directions”

Ismail El Baggari

Cornell University

”Electron microscopy and spectroscopy of electronic states at oxide interfaces: current state and future prospects”

Masashi Kawasaki

University of Tokyo

"Topological electronics at oxide interfaces"

Kyle Shen

Cornell University

“Oxide MBE and the Path to Creating and Comprehending Artificial Quantum Materials”