Nanoelectronics for 2020 and Beyond

Symposium Co-Chairs

Ji Ung LeeJi Ung Lee
Empire Innovation Professor of Nanoscale Engineering
Albany Nanotech
Curt A. RichterCurt A. Richter
Physicist, Semiconductor & Dimensional Metrology Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Charles YingCharles Ying
Program Director
National Science Foundation

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Greg P. CarmanNanoscale Multiferroics For Electro-Magnetic Devices
Greg P. Carman
Director, Translational Applications of Multiferroic Systems TANMS, University of California, Los Angeles
Gurtej SandhuEmerging Memories Technology – A New Paradigm
Gurtej Sandhu
Senior Fellow, Director of Advanced Technology Developments, Micron Technology, Inc.
Evgeny Y. TsymbalExpanding Device Functionalities via Magnetoelectric and Ferroelectric Components
Evgeny Y. Tsymbal
Professor Director, Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Aaron D.  FranklinProspect and challenges for carbon nanotube transistors in high performance nanoelectronics beyond 2020
Aaron D. Franklin
Research Staff Member, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

The 6th Annual Nano Electronics Symposium will be coordinated with the US NNI Nanoelectronics for 2020 and Beyond Nanotechology Signature Initiative 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.

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.

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 17

10:30Nanoelectronics I
Nanoelectronics - Posters 1:30
3:00Nanoelectronics II

Wednesday June 18

10:30Innovation Spotlights: Electronics: Panasonic & IBM

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 17

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10:30Nanoelectronics IPotomac 3
Session chair: Charles Ying, National Science Foundation; Curt A. Richter, NIST
10:30Emerging Memories Technology – A New Paradigm (invited presentation)
G. Sandhu, Micron Technology, Inc., US (bio)
10:55Unipolar resistive switching and current flow mechanism in thin film SnO2
A. Talukdar, S. Almeida, J. Mireles, E. MacDonald, J.H. Pierluissi, E. Garcia, D. Zubia, University of Texas at El Paso, US
11:15Prospect and challenges for carbon nanotube transistors in high performance nanoelectronics beyond 2020 (invited presentation)
A. Franklin, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, US (bio)
11:40Record resistivity for in-situ grown horizontal carbon nanotubes interconnects
J. Dijon, R. Ramos, A. Fournier, H. Le Poche, H. Fournier, H. Okuno, J.P. Simonato, CEA, Liten, FR
12:00Semiconducting Bilayer Graphene for Device Applications
T. Chu, Y. Zhao, Z. Chen, Purdue University, US
12:20Charge Amplification of a Graphene-integrated-CMOS (GIC) RF Detector
R.C. Ordonez, C. Hayashi, N. Kamin, M.C. de Andrade, D. Garmire, University of Hawaii At Manoa, US
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Nanoelectronics - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Silver Nanoplate Array for Vertically Aligned P-type ZnO Nanorods
J.-H. Park, T.I. Lee, J.-M. Myoung, Yonsei University, KR
-Multi-mode humidity sensitivity of carbon nanotubes field-effect transistors
B. Lebental, H. Woo, E.D. Norman, F.Z. Bouanis, A. Gohier, C.S. Cojocaru, IFSTTAR, FR
-Information-Theoretic Estimates of Classical and Quantum Communication and Processing at Nanoscale
S.E. Lyshevski, L. Reznik, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
-tunneling rate in chaotic quantum system
I. Filikhin, S.G. Matinyan, B. Vlahovic, North carolina Central University, US
-Temperature Stability of PAG-Doped-Graphene, Towards Commercial Production of Graphene Integrated Circuits
H. Al-Mumen and W. Li, Michigan State University, US
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3:00Nanoelectronics IIPotomac 3
Session chair: Curt A. Richter, NIST; Charles Ying, National Science Foundation
3:00Nanoscale Multiferroics For Electro-Magnetic Devices (invited presentation)
G.P. Carman, University of California, Los Angeles, US (bio)
3:25Expanding Device Functionalities via Magnetoelectric and Ferroelectric Components (invited presentation)
E.Y. Tsymbal, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, US (bio)
3:50Collective Behavior of an Array of Spin Torque Nano-Oscillators
P.L. Buono, C. Dabrowski, A. Palacios, J. Turtle, V. In, San Diego State University, US
4:10Acid Diffusion and Lithographic Performance
Y.-Q. Rao, R. Sharma, M. Clark, P. Agarwal, The Dow Chemical Company, US (bio)
4:30Heterogeneous Nano-electronic Devices Enabled by Monolithic Integration of IIIV, Ge, and Si to expand future CMOS functionality
A.V-Y. Thean, N. Collaert, N. Waldron, C. Merckling, L. Witters, R. Loo, J. Mitard, R. Rooyackers, A. Vandooren, A. Verhulst, A. Veloso, A. Pourghaderi, G. Eneman, D. Yakimets, T. Huynh Bao, M. Garcia Bardon, J. Ryckaert, M. Dehan, P. Wambacq, M. Caymax, IMEC, BE
4:50Heterogeneous Reactions and Interfaces at Nanoscale Dimensions
S.A. Dayeh, W. Tang, B.-M. Nguyen, University of California San Diego, US
5:10Random Dopant Fluctuation in 10-nm-Gate Multi-Channel Gate-All-Around Nanowire Field Effect Transistors
H-T Chang, Y. Li, National Chiao Tung University, TW

Wednesday June 18

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10:30Innovation Spotlights: Electronics: Panasonic & IBMNational Harbor 6
Session chair: Keith Ritala, Quest Integrated, US
10:30Panasonic - Strategic Innovation Interests
I. Nydick, Panasonic, US
10:45IBM - Strategic Innovation Interests
D. Magid, IBM, US
11:00Flexible Electronics: Self-aligned lithography for roll-to-roll manufacturing
L. Besemann, University of Minnesota, US
11:07Processes enabling low cost graphene/silicon carbide MEMS
B. Simpson, Griffith University, AU
11:14Passive wireless sensors for extreme environments
J. Hines, Applied Sensor Research & Development Corporatoin, US
11:21Low cost spectral sensor for light and color measurement
T. Garza, Chromation Partners LLC, US
11:28SEPIA Displays
R. Diebold, Harvard University, US
D. Surh, inXsol, US
11:42Panasonic, IBM Q&A

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

Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities

√ Nanotech Conference & Expo  

√ Microtech Conference & Expo  

√ Cleantech Conference & Expo  

*Sponsorship Opportunities: Contact Chris Erb

Platinum Sponsors

Lockheed Martin
Nanocomp Technologies

Association Sponsor

Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization (CTSI)

Producing Sponsors

Nano Science and Technology Institute


TechConnect Acceleration Partners:

Aerojet Rocketddyne
General Atomics Electromagnetics
Harris Harris Group
Ingersoll Rand
Lockheed Martin
Sherwin Williams
Union Honest Investments
*Sponsorship Opportunities: Contact Chris Erb

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