International Conference on Laser Ablation31 August - 4 September 2015 | Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Ariando

Ariando

After his post-doctoral fellowship at the NanoNed and University of Twente in the Netherlands, Ariando moved to the National University of Singapore (NUS) as an assistant professor at the Department of Physics and NUSNNI-Nanocore Institute in 2008, where he initiated and is leading a research group on advanced functional materials with a research focus on physics and devices of multifunctional oxides and control of oxide interfaces at the atomic level. Currently, he manages a research group including 4 postdoctoral fellows and 10 PhD students. He has published over 70 refereed research articles, including Nature, Science and PRL, on superconducting, magnetic and new emerging properties at thin films, heterostructures, and interfaces of complex oxides, and filed 5 patents. He has been the pioneer of the oxide interface field in Singapore and contributed various important work in the progress and understanding of the two dimensional electron gas at oxide interfaces and in other field of complex oxides. The work has been highlighted in Nature Physics and selected as Editorial’s choice in Science magazine. In recognition of his work, he was awarded the Omicron Medal for Nanotechnology and the Young Scientist Award of Faculty of Science NUS.