Nano Electronics Devices and Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond - NNI Signature Initiative Symposium

Nano Electronics Devices and Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond - NNI Signature Initiative Symposium

Symposium Co-Chairs

Luigi ColomboLuigi Colombo
Fellow, External Research Development Group
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Bob DoeringIndustry-Government-University Partnerships on Research towards Nanoelectronics
Bob Doering
Senior Fellow and Research Manager, Texas Instruments
Leonard Franklin RegisterLeonard Franklin Register
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Texas at Austin
Gernot S. PomrenkeGernot S. Pomrenke
Program Manager
Air Force Office of Scientific Research
Curt A. RichterNano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond – NNI Signature Initiative
Curt A. Richter
Physicist, Semiconductor & Dimensional Metrology Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Charles YingCharles Ying
Program Director
National Science Foundation

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Theresa MayerAdding New Capabilities to Silicon CMOS Integrated Circuits via Deterministic Programmed Assembly
Theresa Mayer
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Technical Director, Nanofabrication Facility, The Pennsylvania State University
Alan SeabaughBeyond CMOS Transistors
Alan Seabaugh
Professor of Electrical Engineering Director, SRC-NRI Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery (MIND), University of Notre Dame
Bob DoeringIndustry-Government-University Partnerships on Research towards Nanoelectronics
Bob Doering
Senior Fellow and Research Manager, Texas Instruments
Michael HochbergSilicon Photonics: Enabling Optoelectronic Systems-on-a-chip
Michael Hochberg
Associate Professor, University of Delaware
Philip KimToward Quantum Electronics based on 2-Dimensional Materials and Beyond
Philip Kim
Professor, Physics Department, Columbia University
Thomas TheisThomas Theis
Director of the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative (NRI)
Semiconductor Research Corporation

Symposium Sessions

Monday May 13

11:00NNI National Signature Initiative - Keynotes

Tuesday May 14

11:00Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond I
3:00Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond II

Symposium Program

Monday May 13

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11:00NNI National Signature Initiative - KeynotesBaltimore 1-2
Session chair: Lisa Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
-NNI Signature Initiative - Keynote OverviewA. Carim, Office of Science & Technology Policy, White House, US
-Nanotechnology for Solar Energy Collection and ConversionG. Maracas, NSF, US
-Sustainable Nanomanufacturing – Creating the Industries of the FutureM. Meador, NASA, US
-Nanoelectronics for 2020 and BeyondC. Richter, NIST, US
-Nanotechnology Knowledge Infrastructure (NKI): Enabling National Leadership in Sustainable DesignD. Hess, NSF, US
-Nanotechnology for Sensors and Sensors for Nanotechnology: Improving and Protecting Health, Safety, and the EnvironmentD. Farrell, NIH, US

Tuesday May 14

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11:00Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond IWoodrow Wilson B
Session chair: Charles Ying, National Science Foundation, US
11:00Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond – NNI Signature Initiative (invited presentation)
C. Richter, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
11:25Industry-Government-University Partnerships on Research towards Nanoelectronics (invited presentation)
B. Doering, Texas Instruments, US (bio)
11:50The Future of Nanoelectronic Devices (invited presentation)
T. Theis, Semiconductor Research Corporation, US (bio)
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3:00Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond IIWoodrow Wilson B
Session chair: Kurt Richter, NIST, US
3:00Adding New Capabilities to Silicon CMOS Integrated Circuits via Deterministic Programmed Assembly (invited presentation)
T.S. Mayer, The Pennsylvania State University, US (bio)
3:25Beyond CMOS Transistors (invited presentation)
A. Seabaugh, University of Notre Dame, US (bio)
3:50Silicon Photonics: Enabling Optoelectronic Systems-on-a-chip (invited presentation)
M. Hochberg, University of Delaware, US (bio)
4:15Toward Quantum Electronics based on 2-Dimensional Materials and Beyond (invited presentation)
P. Kim, Columbia University, US (bio)
4:40Detection of diffused III-V materials in high-k oxides during atomic layer deposition and annealing
W. Cabrera, H. Dong, B. Brennan, É. O’Connor, P. Carolan, R. Galatage, S. Monaghan, I. Povey, P.K. Hurley, C.L. Hinkle, Y. Chabal, R.M. Wallace, University of Texas at Dallas, US
5:00Report on the Atomically Precise, No Interface, Device Regime Workshop
J.N. Randall, J.B. Ballard, J.H.G. Owen, S.D. Manning, Zyvex Labs, US

Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond – NNI Signature Initiative (collaborative symposia)

This NNI Signature Initiative Symposium is focused on the goal of the National Nanotechnology Initiative on Nanoelectronics for 2020 and Beyond: To accelerate the discovery and use of novel nanoscale fabrication processes and innovative concepts to produce revolutionary materials, devices, systems, and architectures to advance the field of nanoelectronics.

This initiative includes activities from the following collaborating agencies: Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Intelligence Community, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and National Science Foundation.

5th Annual Nano Electronics & Photonics Symposium (collaborative symposia)

This 5th Annual Nano Electronics Symposium will be coordinated with the NNI Nano Electronics program and continue its focus on advanced technologies and device options in the post- sub-10 nm equivalent future. It will provide a forum for the presentation of new designs, processes, devices, architectures, and characterization at the nanoscale. Content will be mindful of the rigors of the existing roadmaps and their associated infrastructure, but will also explore extensions to the roadmap in alignment with industry, SIA and governmental initiatives.

The resulting joint program will reveal and inspire the future of electronics. Please join international innovators from industry, academia, and government laboratories at this keynote event.

You are invited to submit your abstract for presentation in the following topic areas:

Topics & Application Areas

  • Nanoelectronic Devices
  • Nano Photonics & Devices
  • Alternate state variables for computing
  • Ultra-low energy electronics
  • Carbon based electronics (graphene and CNTs)
  • Si nanophotonics
  • Quantum devices and effects
  • Spintronics
  • Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Devices
  • Solid-state quantum computing
  • Nano Wires & Devices
  • Novel Memory Materials & Devices
  • Nanoscale Architectures
  • Graphene and beyond, two-dimensional materials
  • Other

Technical Abstract Submission

Please first review the information for authors as well as the abstract preparation guidelines.

 

Journal Submissions

Microelectronics Journal

Microelectronics Journal

Published since 1969, Microelectronics Journal is an international forum for the dissemination of research into, and applications of, microelectronics. Papers published in Microelectronics Journal have undergone peer review to ensure originality, relevance and timeliness. The journal thus provides a worldwide, regular and comprehensive update on microelectronics.

For consideration into the Microelectronics Journal please select the “Submit to Microelectronics Journal” button during the on-line submission procedure.

 

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