2017 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For molecular-beam epitaxy "Materials-by-Design" of complex oxides impacting the integration of high dielectric oxides in semiconductor devices
2010 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
2008 - MRS Medal, Materials Research Society For his fundamental contributions to the materials science of oxides underlying current and future electronic devices.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Thin film, Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Epitaxy and Optoelectronics. Darrell G. Schlom combines subjects such as Oxide, Molecular beam epitaxy, Semiconductor, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry with his study of Thin film. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polarization, Electric field and Magnetization.
His work deals with themes such as Transition temperature, Second-harmonic generation and Nanostructure, which intersect with Ferroelectricity. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Perovskite, Substrate and X-ray crystallography as well as Epitaxy. His Multiferroics study incorporates themes from Magnetism, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Engineering physics.
His primary areas of study are Condensed matter physics, Thin film, Epitaxy, Optoelectronics and Ferroelectricity. His research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in Polarization and Multiferroics. He usually deals with Thin film and limits it to topics linked to Analytical chemistry and Amorphous solid.
His Epitaxy research incorporates elements of Crystallography, Oxide, Substrate and Transmission electron microscopy. His research integrates issues of Layer and Field-effect transistor in his study of Optoelectronics. The various areas that Darrell G. Schlom examines in his Ferroelectricity study include Piezoelectricity, Electric field and Optics.
Darrell G. Schlom spends much of his time researching Condensed matter physics, Thin film, Epitaxy, Optoelectronics and Ferroelectricity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scanning transmission electron microscopy and Anisotropy in addition to Condensed matter physics. Darrell G. Schlom has included themes like Thermal conductivity, Composite material, Electronic structure, Analytical chemistry and Strain engineering in his Thin film study.
His Epitaxy research includes elements of Oxide, Substrate, Phase and Diffraction. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Field-effect transistor and Transistor. His Multiferroics study in the realm of Ferroelectricity interacts with subjects such as Intermetallic.
His main research concerns Thin film, Epitaxy, Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity and Optoelectronics. His Thin film study combines topics in areas such as Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Transmission, Electronic circuit and Domain. He combines subjects such as Crystallography, Oxide, Doping and Adsorption with his study of Epitaxy.
Darrell G. Schlom has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Electric field and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Ferroelectricity research incorporates themes from Nanoscopic scale, Conductivity and Strain engineering. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Layer, Heat flow and Field-effect transistor, Transistor.
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Epitaxial BiFeO3 multiferroic thin film heterostructures.
J. Wang;J. B. Neaton;H. Zheng;V. Nagarajan.
Multiferroic BaTiO3-CoFe2O4 Nanostructures.
H. Zheng;J. Wang;S. E. Lofland;Z. Ma.
Room-temperature ferroelectricity in strained SrTiO3.
J. H. Haeni;P. Irvin;W. Chang;R. Uecker.
Enhancement of ferroelectricity in strained BaTiO3 thin films.
K. J. Choi;M. Biegalski;Y. L. Li;A. Sharan.
Thermodynamic stability of binary oxides in contact With silicon
K. J. Hubbard;D. G. Schlom.
Journal of Materials Research (1996)
Oxide Interfaces—An Opportunity for Electronics
J. Mannhart;D. G. Schlom.
A Strain-Driven Morphotropic Phase Boundary in BiFeO3
R. J. Zeches;M. D. Rossell;J. X. Zhang;A. J. Hatt.
Strain Tuning of Ferroelectric Thin Films
Darrell G. Schlom;Long Qing Chen;Chang Beom Eom;Karin M. Rabe.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2007)
Pentacene organic thin-film transistors-molecular ordering and mobility
D.J. Gundlach;Y.Y. Lin;T.N. Jackson;S.F. Nelson.
IEEE Electron Device Letters (1997)
A strong ferroelectric ferromagnet created by means of spin–lattice coupling
June Hyuk Lee;June Hyuk Lee;Lei Fang;Eftihia Vlahos;Xianglin Ke.
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