The development and usage of micro
and nanomaterials and devices for electronic and electrotechnical
applications in 1D, 2D and 3D dimensions are one of the most rapidly growing
sector of materials science and competitive industrial technologies. The
understanding, development, production and application at low, medium and high
temperatures of traditional and non-traditional ferroelectric, piezoelectric, dielectric, multiferroic, thermoelectric and other electronic and electrotechnical
materials and devices from ceramics, alloys, polymers, biopolymers and
biomaterials are in focus of this session.
session will provide an open forum for researchers and engineers from around
the world to discuss recent achievements and advances in researches of electronic
materials and devices in macro, micro and nano scales.
New developments, fundamental and novel aspects of processing methods, new
applications as well as characterisation and evaluation of these materials are
in particularly interested.
Prof. Dr. Paula Maria VILARINHO
Advanced nano and microelectronic materials and devices
piezoelectric, dielectric, multiferroic materials
devices as memories, sensor and actuators
electronic materials and biosensors
devices, tunable dielectrics
electronic materials and devices
simulation and application