So far electronic materials have been designed and developed based on alreadly-estabilished guiding priciples, e.g., seeking morphotoropic phase boundaries in perovskite-type solid solutions for ferroelectric materials and extending chemical composition to multi-coponent comounds in zinc blend-based crystals for semiconductors, While, these guiding priciples have rapidly become obsolete recently. These materials design guidlines in the different fields are being fused and producenovel types of high-performance electronic materials as seen in perovskite-type photovoltaics and light-emitting materials as well as the extention of inorganic semiconductor materials to mixed anion cocmpounds of alkali-earth light metals and early transition metals such as inorganic electride, ZrOS, and topological electronic materials. This symposium will form a platform to share and exchange such novel ideas to develop new electronic funcitonal materials from non-conventional concepts in regard to crystal structures, electronic structures, consitituent elements etc, and covers from materials design concept, their synthesis, and to applications.
- Novel conept of materials design
- Non-traditional crystal/electronic structures
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- Toshio KAMIYA Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Toshio KAMIYA, Tokyo Institute of Technology Email: email@example.com