Nano Electronics Devices

Nano Electronics Devices

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

11:00Innovation Spotlights: Electronics & Energy
2:00CNS: Electronics & Devices
4:00Innovation Spotlights: Electronics, Security & Defense
Nano Electronics Devices - Posters 4:00

Tuesday May 14

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

Wednesday May 15

11:00Nano Electronics: Material Characterization
2:00Graphene: Nanoelectronics

Symposium Program

Monday May 13

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11:00Innovation Spotlights: Electronics & EnergyPotomac 1
Session chair: Keith Ritala, KERTECH & Associates, Reviewers: Panasonic, Bosch, Applied Ventures, Omron
11:00Panasonic - Strategic Innovation Interests
I. Nydick, Panasonic Ventures, US (bio)
11:15Bosch - Strategic Innovation Interests
E. Daniels, Robert Bosch LLC, US (bio)
11:30Omron - Strategic Innovation Interests
D. Uchida, Omron, JP (bio)
11:45Applied Ventures - Strategic Innovation Interests
A. Kamannavar, Applied Ventures, US (bio)
12:10Scalable Nanopatterning using Roll-based Jet and FlashTM Imprint Lithography
P. Hofemann, Molecular Imprints Inc., US
12:17Microsystems Enabled Photovoltaics (MEPV)
G. Nielson, Sandia National Laboratories, US
12:24Circuits in Plastic Technology
M. Neeli, Griffith University, AU
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2:00CNS: Electronics & DevicesWoodrow Wilson B
Session chair: Wolfgang S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, FR
2:00Growth Mechanism of Well Aligned Semiconducting Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes on Quartz Substrate (invited presentation)
W. Zhou, S. Zhan, L. Ding, J. Liu, Duke University, US (bio)
2:25Scalable Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors for Space Nanoelectronics Applications
Q.X. Ngo, S.A. Anderson, M.J.O. Connor, J.A. Nichols, J.E. Dunning, E.C. Holihan, A.N. Robinson, G.C. Taylor, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, US
2:45Functionalized Carbon Nanotube–Based Sensors for Detecting a Trace Quantity of 2,4-Dinitrotoluene Explosive Vapors, with Selectivity
V. Kayastha, C. Jones, C. Landorf, Brewer Science, Inc., US
3:05Towards Commercial Viability of Flexible Transparent Conductive Films: New Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Ink
S. Fogden, C. Ma, K-C Kim, K. Ligsay, A. Catheline, A. Ostfeld, A.C. Arias, G. McFarlane, Linde, US
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4:00Innovation Spotlights: Electronics, Security & DefensePotomac 1
Session chair: Thomas Gillespie, In-Q-Tel, US
4:00OCR type Direct Bonding for Touch Screen Panel
S. O, GMT Co. Ltd., US
4:07A Multi-Function Glove for Harsh Environments
D. Lerch, Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, US
4:14Surface Acoustic Wave Sensor Network utilizing a Unique Orthogonal Frequency Coding Method to Individually Identify Sensors in a Multi-sensory Network
A. Adkins, University of Central Florida, US
4:21Angular Slice True 3D Display (AS3D)
P. Jones, Third Dimension Technologies, LLC, US
4:28Magnetic cooling in semiconductors
M. Weber, McGill University, CA
4:35Precise Sensor Nanomaterial
D. Benedict, Louisiana State University, US
4:42The Molecular Property Spectrometer (MPS™): Chip-based chem-sensing and protein screening
J. Adams, NevadaNano, US
4:49BZN Pyrochlore Thin Films
D. Fecko, Penn State Materials Research Institute, US
4:56Peel-and-Stick Process: Fabrication process for thin film electronics on universal substrates.
C.H. Lee, Stanford University, US
5:03Proactive Cybersecurity
S. Hariri, AVIRTEK, US
5:10IDentia - Extensible Cloud Security Solution for the Enterprise
N. Duan, D-Tech, LLC, US
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Nano Electronics Devices - Posters 4:00Expo Hall A
-Doping-less Bipolar Transistor with fT Surpassing that of Conventional BJT
K. Nadda, M. Jagadesh Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, IN
-Electro-thermal aspects in carbon based interconnects
R. Verma, S. Bhattacharya, S. Mahapatra, Indian Institute of Science, IN
-The Effect of Dot Array Composition on Electron Transition Between Quantum Dots
J. Nimmo, I. Filikhin, S.G. Matinyan, B. Vlahovic, North Carolina Central University, US
-Nanoelectronic SET-based core for Network-on-chip architectures
B.S. Pes, J.G. Guimaraes, J.C. da Costa, University of Brasilia - UnB, BR
-An investigation into the development of Graphene X-ray intensity detectors for use with soft X-rays in synchrotron radiation
P.T. Docker, J. Kay, J. Edgeworth, Diamond light source, UK

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

Wednesday May 15

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11:00Nano Electronics: Material CharacterizationChesapeake G-I
Session chair: Pierre Panine, Xenocs SA, FR
11:00Contact Properties of Titanium Nitride Sidewall Coating for Nanoelectromechanical Electronics
M. Shavezipur, K.L. Harrison, W.S. Lee, B. Espinosa, J. Provine, S. Mitra, H.-S.P. Wong, R.T. Howe, The Ohio State University, US
11:20Modeling and Fabrication of Quantum Dot Channel (QDC) Field-Effect Transistors Incorporating Quantum Dot Gate
J. Kondo, University of Connecticut, US
11:40Deep Energy Level Detection in Nanoscale Devices by Cross Spectrum Noise Spectroscopy
D. Sharma, S. Krylyuk, A. Motayed, Q. Li, A.V. Davydov, George Mason University, US
12:00Performance Comparison of Non-planar MOSFETs
Y-B Liao, M-H Chiang, W-C Hsu, National Ilan University, TW
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2:00Graphene: NanoelectronicsChesapeake 4-6
Session chair: Bor Jang, Wright State University, US
2:00Photoconductivity of Reduced Graphene Films
J. Loomis, B. Panchapakesan, University of Louisville, US
2:20Single Layer to Multilayer Silicene: First Synthetic Graphene/Graphite-Like Material
G. Le Lay, Aix-Marseille University, FR
2:40Beyond Graphene: Synthesis and Applications of Advanced 2D Materials
E. Polyakova, D. Stolyarov, C. McCarren, Graphene Laboratories, US
3:00CVD Grown Graphene Transfer Using Catalytic Thin Metal Film
M.H. Sohrabi and F. Yaghmaie, University of California, Davis, US

5th Annual Nano Electronics & Photonics Symposium held in collaboration with the Nano Electronics for 2020 and Beyond - NNI Signature Initiative symposium

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.

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