A. Theory, Modeling and Calculation in Domain Structures
A1. Carbon and Graphene for microelectronic devices
A2. Theoretical approaches of multiferroic materials and multilayer ferroics
A3. Magnetic and Electronic Materials
A4. Advanced materials
A5. Storage devices in industry and fundamental research
B. Syntheses, Characterization and Experimental
B1. Ferroelectrics - Ferromagnetics - Multiferroics - Relaxors in Ceramics - Single crystals - Thin films – Superlattices
B2. Giant magnetoristance effects
B3. Structural and functional ceramic and metal-matrix composites
B4. Magnetism and superconductivity in new materials
B5. Resistance Switching Effects
B6. Advances in piezoelectrics, lead free piezoelectrics, sensors, transducers
B7. Electrocaloric materials
B8. Storage in advanced technology.
B9. Structural and chemical characterization of Metals and alloys compounds
B10. Electron microscopy of materials and nanomaterials
B11. Energy Systems / Energy efficiency
B12. Thermal and Recycling
C. Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Storage Devices
C1. Clusters and Cluster Assembled Materials / Nanostructured -Thin films for Nanotechnology
C2. Optical storage devices
C3. Nano/Meso-structured Carbon in Bulk Materials
C4. Synthesis, Functionalization, Interfacial Properties and Applications
C5. Processing methods and advances in characterization techniques in superlattices structures
C6. Advances in Functional Semiconducting Materials, Materials Devices for Flexible and Large Area Electronics
C7. Carbon and Graphene for microelectronic devices
C8. Strategies for Academy-Industry Relationship
C9. Integrated ferroelectrics: thin films, nanostructures, superlattices
C10. Advances in Computational Materials Science
C11. Applications of Ferroelectrics: energy storage/conversion
C12. Functional Magnetic Materials for Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
C13. Computational methods for nanomaterials and energy
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