Highly confined electronic conduction– A peek into the field of oxide heterostructures
The conductance confined at the interface of complex oxide heterostructures provides new opportunities to explore nanoelectronic as well as nanoionic devices. In this talk I will present our recent results on electronic conductivity at different heterostructures systems. I will discuss and show what is happening when two oxides intimately contact each other, charge redistribution or mass transfer of ions may occur. Our recent results of high mobile samples realized by, interface confined redox reactions , strain induced polarization  and modulation doping  at complex oxide interfaces. Based on the enhanced mobility we have recently studied the Quantum Hall Effect (QHE) which reveal the strength of enhancing the mobility . This collection of samples offers unique opportunities for a wide range of rich world of mesoscopic physics.
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