Professor Rondinelli presents an invited talk titled “Design of New Multiferroics at the Interfaces of Conducting Complex Oxides,” at the 2016 CNMS Users Meeting at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the Directed Assembly of Materials and Interfaces session.

The Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) User Meeting at Oak Ridge National Laboratory highlights the research achievements by CNMS users, staff and the broader nanoscience community. The meeting running from August 9-12, 2016, focused on three topical areas: (1) Directed Assembly of Materials and Interfaces, (2) Observing and Controlling Matter at the Nanoscale, and (3) Exploring Electronic and Ionic Processes in Functional Materials.