Our paper entitled “Influence of Orientation on the Electro-optic Effect in Epitaxial Y-doped HfO2 Ferroelectric Thin Films” has been published in Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. We found that the (111)-Y-HfO2 film showed a larger EO response than that of the (100)-Y-HfO2 film, which is reasonable considering the difference in remnant polarization between the (100)- and (111)-Y-HfO2 films.
Citation: JJAP 60, SFFB13 (2021).