Symposium MT07—In Situ/Operando Studies of Dynamic Processes in Ferroelectric, Magnetic and Multiferroic Materials
There has been significant interest in the dynamic processes in the ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials. The possibility to manipulate the electric and magnetic properties of these materials opens a plethora of new applications. The nature of these materials requires operando microscopy techniques to characterize their physical properties while simultaneously measuring their functional performance. Additionally, the dynamic behavior of such entities as domain walls, means that one can use the microscopic techniques to probe and control their mobility and position.
This symposium will focus on utilizing various in-situ electron and local probe microscopy techniques across a large scale range, from the mesoscopic device to the atomic level. The goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers from various experimental fields utilizing in situ/operando methods to understand the fundamental physics governing the dynamic materials.