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Zhengwei Tan obtained his B.Sc. in Materials Science from Wuhan University of Science and Technology in 2017 and his M.Sc. from South China Normal University in 2020. His studies mainly focused on polarization-controlled transport phenomena in ferroelectric oxides, e.g., ferroelectric photovoltaic effect and ferroelectric resistive switching effect and flexible inorganic functional oxides on mica substrates for wearable electronics. He has published three works as the first author in NPG Asia Mater., Appl. Phys. Lett. and ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces respectively, and co-authored research papers published in Physical Review Applied and Advanced Materials. His Ph.D. position at the UAB is funded by the European ITN BeMAGIC project, where he is working on tailoring the exchange bias properties in ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic systems via strain mediated and magneto-ionic effects.