Tutorials

-Science and Technology of Multifunctional Materials: From Science in University and Government Laboratories to Start-ups to Impact Society

Orlando AucielloArgonne National Laboratory,  USA,  USA

-Microwave spectroscopy of materials. Application for ferroelectrics

Juras BanysVilnius University,  Lithuania

-Organic Conductors: firework of electronic phases and workshop for solitons.

Serguei Brazovskii and Natasha KirovaUniversite Paris-Sud,  France

-Introduction to the physics of proximity effect in Superconductor/Normal Metal and Superconductor/Ferromagnet structures

Alexander GolubovUniversity of Twente,  Netherlands

-Basic Aspects of Domains and Domain Walls in Ferroics

Marty Gregg, Queen's University Belfast, N. Ireland.,  N. Ireland (UK)

-Advanced Piezoresponse Force Microscopy for Nanoscale Studies of Ferroelectric Structures

Alexei GruvermanUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln,  USA

-Strain and Strain Gradient Coupling in Ferroelectrics

Catalan Gustau, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona,  Spain

-Multiferroics: different ways to combine magnetism and ferroelectricity

Daniel KhomskiiUniversitaet zu Koeln,  Germany

-Magnetic symmetry and magnetoelectric effect

Tsuyoshi KimuraGraduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University,  Japan

-Infrared spectroscopy in crystalline materials

Ricardo LoboESPCI-CNRS-UPMC,  France

-Multifunctional materials for memory storage devices

Igor LukyanchukUniversity of Picardie,  France

-Microwave spectroscopy of materials. Application for ferroelectrics

Valmor MastelaroUniversidade de São Paulo,  Brazil

-Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Jose Pedro RinoUniversidade Federal de São Carlos,  Brazil

-Introduction to Nano-domains and multiferroics.

James ScottCavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University,  UK