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    HZB Date Lecture
    Nanoelectronic Phenomena in Low-Dimensional Ferroelectrics

    Professor Alexei Gruverman

    Professor Alexei Gruverman is, from April 2022 and for few months, the guest of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin. He was granted a Humboldt Research Award in October 2020 (but could not travel to Germany until this year due to the COVID pandemic). The Humboldt Research Award recognizes his outstanding research achievements in the field of fundamental studies of nanoscale physical phenomena in a wide range of materials using a variety of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) methods. He has pioneered the development of piezoresponse force microscopy (PFM), which since its inception has become a method of choice in both academic and industrial groups  for the investigation of the nanoscale properties of ferroelectrics. Other major scientific accomplishments include the manipulation of ferroelectric domains at the nanoscale, the development of an approach for fast switching dynamics in ferroelectric capacitors, the demonstration of the tunneling electroresistance effect in ferroelectrics and nanoscale studies of electromechanical behavior of biological systems. 

    The Kolloquium will be followed by a buffet (finger food/beverages), which will provide a good opportunity to gather and continue the discussion with him.

    Please note that it is necessary to register at  qm-ifox-office@helmholtz-berlin.de

  • Online
    event with partners Lecture
    HMC FAIR Friday Lecture Series: Dr Janine Felden (PANGAEA Group Leader, AWI Bremerhaven)

    Dr Janine Felden (PANGAEA Group Leader, AWI Bremerhaven)

    HMC FAIR Friday will feature talks by high-ranking national and international speakers who will bring all participants (even) closer to the world of FAIR data, deepen individual aspects and stimulate discussions.

    The digital world forgets nothing, a common saying claims. However, anyone who has ever tried to find data that is only a few years old on the global web and then reuse it with up-to-date software knows that digital information can very well get lost. To ensure that this does not happen to valuable research data, numerous players in science are currently working on making this data as FAIR as possible - findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.

  • Online
    event with partners Lecture
    HMC FAIR Friday Lecture Series: Tom Morrell (Caltech Library, USA)

    Tom Morrell (Research Data Specialist, Caltech Library, USA)

    HMC FAIR Friday will feature talks by high-ranking national and international speakers who will bring all participants (even) closer to the world of FAIR data, deepen individual aspects and stimulate discussions.

    The digital world forgets nothing, a common saying claims. However, anyone who has ever tried to find data that is only a few years old on the global web and then reuse it with up-to-date software knows that digital information can very well get lost. To ensure that this does not happen to valuable research data, numerous players in science are currently working on making this data as FAIR as possible - findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.