The 2014 "Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics" workshop, the 25th in an annual series founded in 1990, was held in Washington, DC, from January 26th to January 29th, 2014, at the Carnegie Institution of Washington (1530 P Street NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA), just 9 blocks north of the White House in the heart of the nation's capital.
Over the past 25 years this workshop has evolved into one of the world's leading forums on the physics of ferroelectricity and related phenomenon. Researchers from around the world gather to share cutting edge developments in the field of ferroelectrics and related materials, both experimental and theoretical. This workshop series has played a significant role in fostering multi-institutional collaborations on research devoted to understanding the fundamental physics of these complex and versatile materials.
Invited talks were given by:
Nicole Benedek, U. Texas Austin
Manuel Bibes, CNRS Palaiseau
Eric Bousquet, U. Liege
Dragan Damjanovic, EPFL Lausanne
Craig Fennie, Cornell U.
Sergei Kalinin, Oak Ridge National Lab
Istvan Kezsmarki, U. Augsburg
Ivan Naumov, Carnegie Inst. of Washington
Nathan Orloff, NIST
Andrew Rappe, U. Penn
James Rondinelli, Drexel U.
Ekhard Salje, Cambridge U.
Nava Setter, EPFL Lausanne
Invited talk titles are given here.
We expect to provide access to the recorded talks from this Workshop. Details will be provided as soon as they become available.
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