• Large enhancement of ferroelectric polarization in Hf0.5Zr0.5O2 films by low plasma energy pulsed laser deposition

  • Electrical characterization and extraction of activation energies of the defect states in the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterostructure featured

  • MnTa2N4: A Ternary Nitride Spinel with a Strong Magnetic Frustration

  • Dynamic control of octahedral rotation in perovskites by defect engineering

  • Bulk photovoltaic effect modulated by ferroelectric polarization back-switching

The Laboratory of Multifunctional Thin Films and Complex Structures (MULFOX) focuses on developing new oxide-based materials and oxide-based thin film devices to be applied in the field of next generation green and sustainable electronics. Oxides offer an extremely broad range of properties of major interest for science and technology, including
  • magnetic data recording and sensing
  • ferroelectric data storage
  • piezoelectric actuators
  • photoresponsive materials for energy harvesting

These are just few examples of some oxide-based materials functional properties. 

At MULFOX, we are interested on developing new oxide-based materials with enhanced or emerging properties with special focus on their electric, magnetic and optical properties, and to establish the links between their structure, morphology and functional properties.



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