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Studying field-induced oxygen vacancy migration in
anatase thin films via in situ TEM
Dr. Daniel Knez
Physicist & Materials Scientist at Graz
University of Technology, Austria
Wednesday, October 25th
10 am CEST
⚡ We’re back
with a DENSsolutions Lightning webinar on October 25th featuring Dr. Daniel
Knez from Graz
University of Technology!
upcoming webinar, Dr. Knez will present his latest work using the DENSsolutions
Lightning system to study the atomic structure of
oxygen-deficient anatase (TiO₂) thin films via in situ biasing TEM.
electronic and optical properties are largely determined by the presence of
excess electrons, which can be induced by dopants or intrinsic defects such as
The presence of such oxygen vacancies is related to the memristive
behavior of anatase.
Indeed, the structural implications of field-induced oxygen
vacancy diffusion in anatase have not yet been studied.
webinar, Dr. Knez will demonstrate the team's experimental approach, which
enabled them to apply an E-field parallel to the in-plane direction of the
ultimately shedding light on the underlying mechanisms in
electromigration and electroforming in TiO₂ thin films.
Moreover, Dr. Knez will
present strategies to overcome challenges of cross-sectional sample
preparation for in situ biasing experiments.