MiFuN III is an international workshop. Topics like Neuromorphic Computing, Batteries, Catalysis, Grain Boundary Mobility, and Theoretical and Experimental Methods will be covered.

  • Invited Speakers:
    • Gerhard Dehm, Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung, Grain boundary phases in metallic materials: Structure, stability and properties
    • Daniele Ielmini, Politecnico di Milano, topic: Neuromorphic computing with memristive devices based on 2D semiconductors and resistive switching memories
    • Matthew Kanan, Stanford University, Defect-Rich and Disordered Materials for CO2 Utilization Catalysis
    • Tiffany C. Kaspar, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Tracking self-diffusion in oxide thin films
    • Karina Morgenstern, Ruhr Universität Bochum, Diffusion at the atomic scale
    • Nini Pryds, Technical University of Denmark, Interfaces engineering of thin film oxides
    • Gregory S. Rohrer, Carnegie Mellon University, New perspectives on grain boundary migration
    • Martin A. Schroer, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Understanding Nanostructure Formation and Transition in Dry, Wet and Airborne Hard, Soft and Bio Matter Using SAXS

Sponsored by the National Interuniversity Consortium of Materials Science and Technology

The false colored SEM image in the header displays the laser sintering track in a CuOx sample courtesy of MSc Jeldrik Schulte (NPPT, UDE).