Symposium CJ
Advances in Electroceramics: Processing, Structure, Properties, and Applications

Brahim DKHIL, CentraleSupelec, France
Sheikh AKBAR, Ohio State University, USA
Geoff BRENNECKA, Colorado School of Mines, USA
Fanglin (Frank) CHEN, University of South Carolina, USA
Xiang Ming CHEN, Zhejiang University, China
Ying-Hao CHU, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Dragan DAMJANOVIC, EPFL, Switzerland
Massimo DE VITTORIO, University of Salento, Italy
Mohammed ES-SOUNI, HAW Kiel-University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Adrian GOLDSTEIN, Israel Ceramic and Silicate Institute, Israel
Tor GRANDE, Norvegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Sossina M. HAILE, Northwestern University, USA
Andrei KHOLKIN, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Jens KREISEL, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Jong-Heun LEE, Korea University, Korea
Raffaella LO NIGRO, IMM-CNR, Italy
Ichiro MATSUBARA, AIST Kansai, Japan
Alexander MICHAELIS, IKTS Fraunhofer, Germany
Liliana MITOSERIU, University "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Romania
Reginaldo MUCCILLO, CCTM – IPEN, Brazil
Minoru OSADA, MANA-NIMS, Japan
Lorena PARDO, ICMM, CSIC, Spain
Jürgen ROEDEL, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
Federico ROSEI, INRS-EMT, Canada
Edward M. SABOLSKY, West Virginia University, USA
Ahmad SAFARI, Rutgers University, USA
Mailadil T. SEBASTIAN, NIIST, India
Nava SETTER, EPFL & Tel Aviv University, Switzerland & Israel
Derek C. SINCLAIR, University of Sheffield, UK
Andris STERNBERG, University of Latvia, Latvia
Danilo SUVOROV, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Ichiro TAKEUCHI, University of Maryland, USA
Evgeny Y. TSYMBAL, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Rick UBIC, Boise State University, USA
Satoshi WADA, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Ki Hyun YOON, Yonsei University, Korea
Shujun ZHANG, University of Wollongong, Australia
Weiguang ZHU, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Juras BANYS, Vilnius University, Lithuania
Kyle S. BRINKMANN, Clemson University, USA
Floriana CRACIUN, CNR-ISC, Rome, Italy
Osvaldo DIEGUEZ, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Catherine DUBOURDIEU, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
Vincenzo ESPOSITO, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Vincent GARCIA / Stephane FUSIL, CNRS/Thales, France
Takeo HYODO, Nagasaki University, Japan
Heli JANTUNEN, University of Oulu, Finland
Michael JOSSE, ICMCB-CNRS, France
Chong-Yun KANG, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Tetsuya KIDA, Kumamoto University, Japan
Do Kyung KIM, KAIST, South Korea
Jing-Feng LI, Tsinghua University, China
Fernando M.B. MARQUES, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Lane MARTIN / Josh AGAR, University of California at Berkeley, USA
Nikola NOVAK, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
Mojca OTONICAR, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Tadej ROJAC, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Jungho RYU, KIMS / Dae-Yong JEONG, Inha University, South Korea
Olga A. SHILOVA, Institute of Silicate Chemistry of the RAS, Russia
Kengo SHIMANOE, Kyushu University, Japan
Evgeny Y. TSYMBAL, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Satoshi WADA, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Ken WATANABE, Kyushu University, Japan
Improvements in basic knowledge and practical exploitation of their unique properties, has established electrical ceramics as a central and fast developing sector in materials research, resulting in a significant impact on several areas of modern technologies. The increasing demand for even more refined or novel properties hardly to be competitively met by other materials is fuelling the interest for improved or new processing routes and deeper understanding of the fundamental materials science to meet requirements coming from a variety of advanced civilian and defence applications.
Materials with unusually high dielectric constant, with low loss and low temperature resonance coefficient at very high frequencies, lead-free piezoelectrics, multifunctional materials such as multiferroic heterostructures and ionic and mixed ionic electronic conducting ceramics are but some examples of the ongoing developments in the area which massively makes use of the opportunities offered by nanoscience and nanotechnology, and by computational modelling and new theory.
Major focus will be on:
  • Development of new and more efficient processes, better characterisation tools of bulk, crystalline, glassy and amorphous materials, thin films, multilayers, superlattices, nanomaterials, nanostructures and hybrid materials; advances in thin-film and related  micro/ nano-fabrication techniques and “bottom-up” approaches that offer the potential for high-density integration of nanoscale devices
  • Fundamental mechanisms, novel (multi)functional characteristics and behaviour of materials such as electronic structure, quantum effects, phase transitions, transport phenomena, defects, diffusion, domain structure and switching, grain boundary controlled mechanisms, nanosize effects, surfaces and interfaces, dielectric, piezoelectric, magnetic and optical properties, ageing and fatigue, reliability, fractals, modeling and simulation, etc.
  • New developments in devices including fuel cells, batteries, high energy density capacitors, gas separation membranes, tunable dielectrics for microwave applications, piezoelectric composites, sensors and actuators, MEMS/NEMS devices, and related integration technologies.
Session Topics

CJ-1 Dielectrics and microwave materials

  • Fundamentals, synthesis, processing, characterisation
  • Capacitor dielectrics
  • Mott insulators
  • Microwave and millimeter wave dielectrics
  • Tunable dielectrics
  • LTCC
  • New thin film materials and integration technologies
  • Packaging and interconnect issues

CJ-2 Ferroelectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and ferroelastic ceramics

  • Synthesis and processing: polycrystalline ceramics and composites, thin/thick films, single crystals, novel materials
  • Lead-free ferroelectrics and piezoelectrics
  • Relaxor ferroelectrics
  • Theory and modelling
  • Characterisation
  • Electromechanical behaviour and piezoelectric applications
  • Thin film devices
  • Capacitor applications, MLCC
  • Sensor applications
  • Novel applications

CJ-3 Multiferroics and magnetoelectric ceramics

  • Theory and modeling of single phase and composite multiferroics
  • Non-oxide, organic-inorganic and 5-d oxide multiferroics
  • Advances in materials synthesis and processing
  • Magnetoelectric characterization and electric field control of magnetization
  • Domain walls and dynamics of multiferroics
  • New effects
  • Devices and applications

CJ-4 Semiconducting ceramics

  • Amorphous and crystalline semiconducting oxides
  • Non-oxide semiconductors
  • Synthesis, processing,characterisation
  • Defect chemistry, doping mechanisms, carriers origin and dynamics
  • Devices and applications

CJ-5 Fast ion-conducting ceramics

  • Novel synthesis and materials
  • Ionic and mixed ion-electron conduction mechanisms
  • Electrochemical characterisation, thermochemical stability
  • Mechanical and thermal properties
  • Applications (e.g. energy conversion and storage, sensors, HT gas separation, catalysis, etc.)


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