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 WG1: Fundamental Understanding: Theory and Experiments

  1. Spin-transport and spin orbit effects in oxides
  2. Complexity in transition metal oxides: inhomogeneity, phase separation
  3. Probing oxides at the nanoscale
  4. Electrostatic modulation of the properties of oxides
  5. Larger-scale, mesoscale modelling, effective theories based on ab initio modeling
  6. Topological states and defects, including vortices, skyrmions, and lattice defects.
  7. Charge transfer across oxide interfaces
  8. Quantum phase transitions and quantum criticality in transition metal oxides
  9. Magnetic frustration in oxides
  10. 2-dimensional metal oxide nanosheets
  11. Strongly correlated electrons phenomena in oxides
WG2: Oxides Growth and fabrication methods
  1. Advances in situ/real time monitoring of thin film deposition
  2. Plasma plume diagnostics in PLD
  3. Ferroelectrics and other oxides on Si
  4. Introduction and segregation of nano-inclusions
  5. Self-organisation of layered systems
  6. Large area and/or low temperature growth of oxides
  7. Point defects in oxides: thermodynamics and kinetics
  8. Growth of oxides on flexible substrates
  9. Nanofabrication methods in oxides
  10. Atomic-level fabrication as a new tool of nanoscience and technology
  11. Crystal growth and characterisation of oxides
WG3: Oxides Applications
  1. Oxide-based thermoelectric and electrocaloric applications
  2. Oxides for photovoltaic applications
  3. Ion conducting oxide
  4. Materials for thin film batteries
  5. Catalytic effects at oxide film surfaces
  6. Oxide-based memories and memristors
  7. Electronic and optoelectronic oxide devices
  8. Oxide-based sensors, actuators
  9. Ferroelectric/Piezoelectric oxides
  10. Oxide-based spintronics