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题目： Functional properties in Hybrid inorganic-organic perovskites
报告人：Alessandro Stroppa，CNR SPIN Institute，Italy
时间：15:00-17:00 6月20日 （星期一）
Ferroelectric materials, whose spontaneous polarization can be switched by an external electric field, have a wide range of applications in device electronics. Recent discoveries of ferroelectricity in organic solids have been limited to some well-known polymer ferroelectrics or a few low molecular mass compounds. Computational approaches based on density functional theory represent a valuable tool in order to predict or suggest new organic ferroelectrics with large values of ferroelectric polarization.In particular, the modern theory of polarization is used and symmetry analysis gives an important help for gaining insights into the mechanisms responsible for the ferroelectric polarization. Here we will focus on the description of the ferroelectric and magnetic properties of complex organic-inorganic systems, such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). In particular, MOFs with a perovskite topology show promising new routes for the cohexistence of ferroelectricity and magnetism, i.e.multiferroicity.
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Alessandro Stroppa (AS) was born in Pescara at (14th July 1976), Italy. He obtained his Master Degree in Physics from University of L’Aquila (Italy) in 2002(Prof. A. Continenza) and PhD from University of Trieste (Italy) in 2006 (Prof. M. Peressi). He moved for a post-doc position at University of Vienna: Computational Materials Science group of Prof. G. Kresse. In 2008 he obtained a post-doc position in the Italian Research Council (CNR) in the group of Dr. Silvia Picozzi. In 2012 he became permanent staff at CNR SPIN Institute (Institute for Superconductivity and Innovative Materials). In 2013 AS received the Italian National Scientific Qualification as associate professor in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and he has been appointed as Visiting Research Scholar in the Department of Chemistry in the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences of North Carolina State University (Prof. M.-H. Whangbo). In 2015 he was honored with Shanghai University High-end Foreign Expert Title and in 2016 as Shanghai Eastern Scholar Chair Professor (Distinguished Visiting Professor) of Shanghai University (Prof. Wei Ren). His main expertise is density functional theory calculations of electronic, magnetic and structural properties of multifunctional materials, ranging from organic to inorganic and hybrid materials. He is author of more the 70 articles, with h-index=22.