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Nanotech 2018



Symposium Chair

Jenny Zhen  YuJenny Zhen Yu
ssistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Key Speakers

Chongwu ZhouCarbon Nanotube Nano-, RF, Macro-, and Printed Electronics
Chongwu Zhou
Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California (USC)

Lian-Mao PengCarbon nanotube electronics: towards fundamental limits and large-scale integration
Lian-Mao Peng
Director of the Center for Carbon based Nanoelectronics, Peking University, China

Ritesh AgarwalNovel optoelectronic devices by engineering light-matter interactions in low-dimensional systems
Ritesh Agarwal
Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pennsylvania

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday May 15

10:30Carbon Nanostructures in Electronics
4:00Printed Electronics: Posters

Wednesday May 16

8:302D-Materials in Electronics
10:302D-Materials in Electronics
3:30Graphene & 2D Materials: Posters
3:30Nanoelectronics: Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday May 15

10:30Carbon Nanostructures in Electronics259 A
Session chair: Wolfgang S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, FR
10:30CNT electronics: towards fundamental limits and large-scale integration (invited presentation)
L. Peng, Peking University, CN
10:55Carbon Nanotube Nano-, RF, Macro-, and Printed Electronics (invited presentation)
C. Zhou, University of Southern California, US
11:20Developing Lightweight High Electrical Performance Carbon Nanotube-Copper Wire Composites as Alternatives to Cu
D.N. Futaba, R. Sundaram, G.H. Chen, T. Yamada, K. Hata, A. Sekiguchi, AIST, JP
11:40Carbon Nanotubes integration with fiber optic devices for generation of ultra-short laser pulses and photonic gas sensing
M. Al Araimi, I. Chernikov, M. Chernysheva, T. Allsop, A. Rozhin, Aston University, UK
12:00cYarn ® , its properties and possibilities
4:00Printed Electronics: PostersExpo Hall
Design and fabrication of a highly bright flexible electroluminescent device
B. Choi, H.K. Ryu, and S.K. Lee, DGIST, KR
Enzyme-modified surface of Schottky-gated IGZO TFT for glucose sensing
J. Kaczmarski, M.A. Borysiewicz, A. Treichel, E. Kamińska, Institute of Electron Technology, PL
A Low-Cost Environmentally Friendly Approach to Create Tensilely Strained Ge Films on Si Substrates
Y.S. Li, J. Ngyuen, California State University, US
Ultra-Low Power (ULP) Oven-Controlled Crystal Oscillator (OCXO)
A. Dhuria, Bliley Technologies, US
Nanopatterned Stamp Fabrication for Metal-Assisted Chemical Imprinting of Silicon
A. Sharstniou, S. Niauzorau, M. Gregory, B. Azeredo, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, US
Adaptive infrared-reflecting systems inspired by cephalopods
C. Xu, G.T. Stiubianu, A.A. Gorodetsky, University of California, Irvine, US

Wednesday May 16

8:302D-Materials in Electronics254 A
Session chair: Anirudha V. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
8:302D Materials with Charge-Density-Wave Effects: From Physics to Applications (invited presentation)
A.A. Balandin, University of California, Riverside, US
8:55Metallic 2D Materials for Electrochemical Applications (invited presentation)
M. Chhowalla, Rutgers University, US
9:20Ambipolar transport properties of printed electrolyte-gated tungsten disulphide nanosheet thin film transistors produced from aqueous inks
T. Higgins, Ruprecht-Karls University, Heidelberg, DE
10:302D-Materials in Electronics254 A
Session chair: Zina Cinker, National Graphene Association, US
10:30Wafer-scale growth of single and multilayer graphene on insulating diamond/Si wafer for electronics applications (invited presentation)
A. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
10:50Mono- and Multilayer Silicene Prepared by Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
X. Liu, B. Jugdersuren, J. Culbertson, N. Mahadik, Naval Research Laboratory, US
11:10High-Yield Bottom-Up Synthesis of 2D Metal–Organic Frameworks and Their Derived Ultrathin Carbon Nanosheets for Energy Storage
K. Zhao, S. Liu, Z. He, Central South University, CN
11:30Controlling iron-based superconductivity with spin currents
1:30Nanoelectronics263 A
Session chair: Jenny Zhen Yu, California State Polytechnic University, US
1:30Novel optoelectronic devices by engineering light-matter interactions in low-dimensional systems (invited presentation)
R. Agarwal, University of Pennsylvania, US
1:55Recent Advances in Magnetic Domain Wall Based Devices: Outcomes from ITN-WALL
S.A. Nasseri, G. Durin, ISI Foundation, IT
2:15Controlling iron-based superconductivity with spin currents
2:35Direct visualization of nanoscale strain via Photo-induced Force Microscopy
S. Park, K. Park, D. Nowak, T. Albrecht, Molecular Vista, US
2:55A molecular dynamics study of the causes of defects at dielectric/substrate interface of Ge MOSFETs
A. Heydari, S.A. Sheikholeslam, C. Grecu, A. Ivanov, University of British Columbia, CA
3:15Novel doping process for advanced nanoelectronics based on solution processing
R.A. Puglisi, S. Caccamo, A. La Magna, CNR - IMM, IT
3:35Self-assembly via a quantum control tracking system
W. Kohn, Z. Zabinsky, A. Nerode, Veritone, US
3:30Graphene & 2D Materials: Posters2nd Floor
Multi-Current-Peak Negative Differential Resistance Device using Two-Dimensional Materials
K-H Kim, J-H Park, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
Artificial Optic-Neural Synaptic Device for Colored-Pattern Recognition
S. Seo, J-H Park, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
2D Materials for Microfiber Based Energy Storage Device for Smart Textile of the Future.
A.K. Roy, J.M. Razal, S. Seyedin, A.T. Harris, A.I. Minett, The University of Sydney, AU
Cost-Effective Production of Carbon Nanosheet from a Renewable Feedstock
M K. Opoku, G.W. Beall, Texas State University, US
Few Layer Spherical Graphene Structures as a High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery Anode
T.M. Paronyan, Hexalayer, LLC, US
3:30Nanoelectronics: Posters2nd Floor
Discovering of Collagen-1’s Role in Producing Superconducting Current in Nanobiomimetic Superlattice Structured Organometallic Devices at Room Temperature Enabled Direct Quantitation of Sub pg/mL Collagen-1 by a Voltage and a Cyclic Voltammetry Method
E.T. Chen, J.T. Thornton, P.T. Kissinger, S-H. Duh, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
Development of “paper transistors” with new structure using carbon-nanotube-composite papers for aiming to construct logic circuits
R. Iijima, T. Oya, Yokohama National University, JP
Development of “fullerene composite paper” for aiming to fabricate electronic paper devices
T. Onishi, T. Oya, Yokohama National University, JP
The Multifunctional 3D Interposer Platform for HPC - Development, Measurements, Design Guidelines
G. Janczyk, T. Bieniek, Instytut Technologii Elektronowej, PL
European Activity for Smart Power Electronics and Power Discretes - The R3-PowerUP EU Project
T. Bieniek, G. Janczyk, Instytut Technologii Elektronowej, PL

Approaches based on nanoscale materials, engineering, and technology are changing the very nature of electronics and the essence of how electronic devices are manufactured.

The 11th annual Nanoelectronics Symposium will highlight novel materials, fabrication processes, devices, designs, and architectures: revealing and inspiring the future of electronics. Please join innovators from industry, academia, and government laboratories from around the world at this keynote event.

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Memory Devices
  • Quantum Materials & Devices
  • Nanoelectronic Logic Materials
  • Carbon Based Electronics: Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes
  • Devices and Interconnects
  • Nanotechnology-Inspired Grand Challenge for Future Computing
  • Novel Nanoelectonic Materials
  • Other
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