We utilize certain classes of materials that are characterized by distinct phase transitions and order parameters. Examples of such materials include ferroelectrics, antiferroelectrics, and strongly correlated systems. Our focus is to engineer long-range interactions & correlated phenomena in these materials to bring in new physics and functionalities in nanoelectronic devices. This caters to our overall goal to achieve device operation at the fundamental limits of computing as well as to realize non-CMOS like computing capabilities. Our material work involves growth, integration and detailed characterization.
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