Switchable photovoltaic response in hexagonal LuMnO3 single crystals
Orbital occupancy and hybridization in strained SrVO3 epitaxial films
Thickness effect on ferroelectric properties of La-doped HfO2 epitaxial films down to 4.5 nm
Electron–Phonon Coupling and Electron–Phonon Scattering in SrVO3
Optical Plasmon Excitations in Transparent Conducting SrNbO3 and SrVO3 Thin Films
Stabilization of the Ferroelectric Phase in Epitaxial Hf1–xZrxO2 Enabling Coexistence of Ferroelectric and Enhanced Piezoelectric Properties
Critical Effect of Bottom Electrode on Ferroelectricity of Epitaxial Hf0.5Zr0.5O2 Thin Films
Epitaxial Ferroelectric HfO2 Films: Growth, Properties, and Devices
Non-volatile optical switch of resistance in photoferroelectric tunnel junctions

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Oxides offer an extremely broad range of properties of major interest for science and technology. Magnetic data recording and sensing, ferroelectric data storage, piezoelectric actuators, energy harvesting in solar cells, catalysers, ionic conductors for fuel cells and superconductors for energy transport and storage are just few examples of some functional properties. We are interested on developing new oxide-based materials with enhanced or emerging properties with especial focus on their electric, magnetic and optical properties, and to establish the links between their structure, morphology and functional properties.