CONFIRMED (alphabetical order, **keynote talk, *invited talk)

  • Denis Alikin, Ural Federal University, Russia:

    Interplay between the Domain Structure, Local Switching and Bulk Properties of the Lead-Free Ferroelectric Ceramics [poster]

  • Alexei N. Bogdanov, IFW Dresden, Germany:

    *Introduction into Physics of Chiral Magnetic Skyrmions

  • Sándor Bordács, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary:

    *Cycloidal and Néel-type skyrmion glass in multiferroic GaV4S8

  • Kai Chang, Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany:

    *Robust in-plane ferroelectricity over room temperature in atomic-thick SnTe

  • Dmitry Chezganov, Ural Federal University, Russia:

    Domain structures created by ion beam irradiation in MgO doped lithium niobate single crystals [poster]

  • Ying-Hao Chu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan:

    *Multifunctionalities driven by periodic ferroic domain structures

  • Matthew Dawber, Stony Brook University, NY, USA:

    Re-writable Nanoscale Circuitry on Graphene through Flexoelectric Switching of a Ferroelectric Superlattice

  • Jonathan Döring, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Low-temperature scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy on barium titanate [poster]

  • Claudia Felser, Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe, Dresden, Germany:

    *Heusler compounds: Tunable materials with non trivial topologies

  • Hiroshi Funakubo, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan:

    Domain Formation of Epitaxial Tetragonal Pb(Zr, Ti)O3 Thin Films Grown Under Tensile Strain

  • Iaroslav Gaponenko, University De Geneve, Switzerland:

    Probing the interaction of surface adsorbates with ferroelectric domains

  • Markus Garst, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    *Helimagnetic order: spinwaves and topological defects

  • Christian Godau, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Enhancing the domain wall conductivitiy in lithium niobate single crystals [poster]

  • Sebastian Goennenwein, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    **Spin Hall Magnetoresistance in Collinear and Canted Magnetic Phases

  • Alexander Haussmann, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    2D and 3D investigations of novel domain wall functionalities in LiNbO3 single crystals

  • Jiri Hlinka, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic:

    **Skyrmion density, vorticity and divergence of polarization in ferroelectric materials

  • Ying-Hui Hsieh, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Heteroepitaxial CoFe2O4/Muscovite Bimorph with Large Magnetostriction for Flexible Electronics [poster]

  • Thomas Kämpfe, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Giant resistive switching by conductive domain walls in exfoliated thin-film lithium niobate – Nanoscopic transport mechanism and GHz AC conductivity inspection [poster]

  • Susanne C. Kehr, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Infrared sub-wavelength imaging with ferroelectric superlenses [poster]

  • Mathias Kläui, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany:

    *Spin Dynamics of Topological Spin Structures

  • Laura Köhler, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Topological defects and domain walls of helimagnetic order [poster]

  • Ho Nyung Lee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA:

    *Probing the interfacial phases of correlated oxides tuned by ferroelectric polarization and ionic gating

  • Alois Loidl, Universität Augsburg, Germany:

    **Skyrmions with ferroelectric polarization in multiferroic GaV4S8

  • Igor Luk’yanchuk, Jules Verne University of Picardie, Amiens, France:

    *Resonance Terahertz Electrodynamics of Domain Walls in Thin Ferroelectric Films: Effect of Negative Capacitance

  • Christopher Marrows, University of Leeds, UK:

    *Chiral Interactions in Thin Film Magnets

  • Lane Martin, University of California, Berkeley, USA:

    *Complex phase evolution and coexistence in polar vortex structures

  • Jobu Matsuno, RIKEN, Japan:

    *Interface-driven topological Hall effect in oxide heterostructures

  • Dennis Meier, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway:

    *Towards functional ferroic domain walls for all-domain-wall devices

  • Yousra Nahas, University of Arkansas, USA:

    *Underlying topological features in ferroelectrics

  • Erik Neuber, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Scanning Force Microscopy Investigation of Skyrmions

  • Vyacheslav Polyakov, NT-MDT, Moscow, Russia:

    Resonant and non-resonant AFM oscillatory modes combined with near-field IR microscopy for compositional mapping of surface properties

  • Sergei Prokhorenko, University of Liège, Belgium:

    *Skyrmionic states in ferroelectric nanocomposites

  • Ramamoorthy Ramesh, University of California, Berkeley, USA:

    *Observation of Polar Vortices in Oxide Superlattices

  • Ulrich Rößler, IFW Dresden, Germany:

    *Twisting ferroic order-parameters: ubiquity of Lifshitz invariants, frozen gauge background, and proper or improper Dzyaloshinskii textures

  • Peggy Schönherr, ETH Zürich, Switzerland:

    Topological magnetic defects in itinerant helimagnet FeGe [poster]

  • Jan Seidel, University of New South Wales, Australia:

    *Topological structures as nanoscale functional elements: Electrical and mechanical properties of phase boundaries in BiFeO3

  • Shinichiro Seki, RIKEN, Japan:

    **Control of skyrmions by electric field and mechanical strain

  • Vladimir Shur, Ural Federal University, Russia:

    *Shape of isolated domains in uniaxial ferroelectrics: From polygons to dendrites

  • Hugh Simons, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark:

    In-situ 3D nano-imaging of embedded ferroelectric topologies, and their strain and misorientation fields

  • Gregory A. Stone, The Pennsylvania State University, USA:

    *Quantitative Materials Metrology on Picometers Length Scale

  • Philippe Tückmantel, University De Geneve, Switzerland:

    Roughness, dynamics and conduction at domain walls in Pb(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O3 thin films: understanding the role of defects, surface adsorbates and substrate

  • Tino Uhlig, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Fabrication of ferromagnetic nanorod arrays using porous aluminum oxide templates [poster]

  • Nagarajan Valanoor, University of New South Wales, Australia:

    *Positive influence of depolarization field : Complex domain structures and switching in ultrathin ferroelectric films

  • Lukas Wehmeier, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    In situ observation of ferroelectric domain wall dynamics close to the Curie temperature in triglycine sulfate (TGS) [poster]

  • Christian Weymann, University De Geneve, Switzerland:

    Growth temperature as a tuning parameter for intrinsic polarization orientation in ferroelectric thin films

  • Roland Wiesendanger, University of Hamburg, Germany:

    **Nanoscale Skyrmions – A New Twist For Spintronics

  • Benjamin Wolba, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Modeling Conductive Domain Walls by means of Random Resistor Networks [poster]

  • Shuyu Xiao, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany:

    Anisotropic Domain Wall Conductivity in LiNbO3 single crystals [poster]