Craig J. Fennie

Associate Professor
Applied and Engineering Physics, College of Engineering

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Frank DiMeo

Contact Information

224 Clark Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
p: (607) 255-6498

Craig J. Fennie

Associate Professor
Applied and Engineering Physics, College of Engineering

Expertise

Complex materials

Current Research Interest

Discovering new materials for electronic, magnetic, and optical devices

Distinction

Army Research Office Young Investigator Award
National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award
Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
MacArthur Fellowship
American Physical Society Fellow

Selected Publications

Benedek, Nicole A., and Craig J Fennie. “Why Are There So Few Perovskite Ferroelectrics?Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (2013).

Das, Hena, Aleksander L. Wysocki, Yanan Geng, Weida Wu, and Craig J Fennie. “Bulk Magnetoelectricity in the Hexagonal Manganites and Ferrites.Nature Communications 5, no. 2998 (2014).

Cornell Research Website Article

New Materials from the Atomic Scale Up

Cornell Research Website Video

Craig Fennie, 2013 MacArthur Fellow