The realization of high-mobility 2DEGs in epitaxially grown heterostructures made of traditional semiconductors is at the heart of present electronics, which has led to a wealth of new physical phenomena as well as new electronic and photonic devices over the past few decades. 2DEGs at the interface between insulating complex oxides not only provide a wealth of opportunities to study mesoscopic physics with strongly correlated electrons confined in nanostructures, but also show promise for multifunctional all-oxide devices with probably even richer behavior than those we experienced in semiconductor devices.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||2nd Frontiers of Microscopy Virtual Conference - |
Duration: 24 Apr 2013 → 26 Apr 2013
|Conference||2nd Frontiers of Microscopy Virtual Conference|
|Period||24/04/2013 → 26/04/2013|