In Memoria

James F. Scott

The international Ferroelectrics community lost one of its most outstanding members with the passing of Professor Jim Scott on 6 April 2020. Jim... Read More

Siegfried Bauer

Siegfried Bauer, an internationally renowned, very creative applied physicist, who also was a prolific materials scientist and engineer, died on 30... Read More

Jean-Michel Kiat

It is with the greatest sadness we announce that our dear colleague and friend Jean-Michel Kiat (1956-2018) passed away on the afternoon of Tuesday... Read More

Ted Janssen

August 13, 1936 – September 29, 2017 On Friday, September 29, 2017, emeritus Professor T.W.J.M. (Ted) Janssen passed away at the age of 81 years. Ted... Read More

Leslie Eric Cross

L. Eric Cross (1923-2016) passed away peacefully on the 29th of December. He was an Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, Penn... Read More

Jan Fousek

After a long illness, Professor Jan Fousek passed away on September 4 2016. He was one of the most prominent researchers in the field of... Read More

Marija Kosec

Professor Marija Kosec passed away after a serious illness on 23rd December 2012. Almost everyone called her Marička, a popular Slovenian version of... Read More

Robert Blinc

It is a melancholy honor to report the passing of Professor Robert Blinc, one of the world’s leading condensed matter physicists. Robert was born on... Read More

Robert Everest Newnham

Robert Everest Newnham, (age 80) of State College, Pennsylvania, a resident of Foxdale Village, died at Hershey Medical Center on April 16, 2009. He... Read More

William N. Lawless

The international ferroelectrics community lost a long-time and productive member on Christmas Day 2009 when William N. (Bill) Lawless died. Bill was... Read More

George A. Samara

George Samara was an internationally recognized scientist for his pioneering work on structural phase transformations involving ferroelectric... Read More

Zhiwen Yin

Prof. Zhiwen Yin was Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, former Deputy Director of the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Director of the... Read More

Gen Shirane

Gen Shirane was arguably the world’s foremost expert in the use of triple-axis neutron spectroscopy, which he used to study a broad class of problems... Read More

Lev Aleksandrovich Shuvalov

It is with great sadness that the international ferroelectrics community bids farewell to Professor Lev Shuvalov who died in Moscow in December 2004... Read More