TechConnect World 2016
National SBIR/STTR Conference National Innovation Summit & Showcase Nanotech 2016
Nanotech 2016



Confirmed Invited Speakers

Emanuel TutucAtomic Layer Heterostructures and Device Applications
Emanuel Tutuc
Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin

Lloyd WhitmanThe Nanotechnology-inspired Grand Challenge for Future Computing
Lloyd Whitman
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Aaron D. FranklinPromises, Problems, and Practicalities of Nanomaterials in Transistors
Aaron D. Franklin
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Department of Chemistry, Duke University

Symposium Sessions

Monday May 23

1:30Innovation Spotlights: Electronics/Sensors - Panasonic, LG
3:00Innovation Spotlights: Manufacturing - Boeing, US Navy

Tuesday May 24

10:30Nanoelectronics Materials
1:30Carbon Nano Structures: Electronics Applications
Nanoelectronics: Posters 4:00

Wednesday May 25

8:30Photonic Sensors
8:30Materials for Flexible Electronics
10:30Photonic Materials, Devices & Applications I
10:30Flexible Electronics Manufacturing
Flexible Electronics: Posters 3:30

Symposium Program

Monday May 23

1:30NanoelectronicsChesapeake 8-9
Session chair: Gernahrd Wachutka, Technical University of Munich, DE
1:30The Nanotechnology-inspired Grand Challenge for Future Computing (invited presentation)
L. Whitman, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
1:55Promises, Problems, and Practicalities of Nanomaterials in Transistors (invited presentation)
A. Franklin, Duke University, US
2:20Atomic Layer Heterostructures and Device Applications (invited presentation)
E. Tutuc, The University of Texas at Austin, US
2:40Plasmonic Response of Partially Gated Field Effect Transistors
G. Rupper, S. Rudin, M. Shur, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
3:00Controlling Surface-directed Nanoepitaxy using Low-dose Ion Beam Pulses
E. Garratt, B. Nikoobakht, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
3:20Semiconductor Equipment Assessment – An Enabler for Production Ready Equipment
M. Pfeffer, A. Bauer, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Systems and Device Technology (IISB), DE
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Electronics/Sensors - Panasonic, LGNational Harbor 5
Session chair: M. Guitton, Univalor, CA
1:30Panasonic: Innovation Spotlight
I. Nydick, Panasonic, US
1:45LG Innovation Spotlight
K. Patel, Technology Center of America (LGTCA), US
2:00A low-altitude UAS-based autonomous radiological search and identification system
E. Becker, Oregon State University, US
2:07Printed Organic Sensors, using polymer inks with piezoelectric, pyroelectric or electrostrictive properties, on Large Area Flexible Surfaces (320mm x 380mm )
H. Metras, CEA Tech, FR
2:14Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicles (SRLV)
J. Quinn, Exos Aerospace Systems & Technologies, US
2:21Bacterial detection in real time
X. Simon, Fluid-Screen, Inc, US
2:28Energy Harvesting Technology
M. Levy, EnerBee SAS, FR
2:35Vision-Based Multimodal Tactile Sensor Module (VMTSM)
S. Lee, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, KR
2:42Highly Accurate Occupancy Estimation Using Only Wi-Fi Power Measurements
M. Shaw, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
2:49A Vehicle 2 Vehicle Communication system for Smart Transpotations
L. Loerchner, University of Waterloo - WatCo, CA
2:56Panasonics, LG : Q&A
3:00Innovation Spotlights: Manufacturing - Boeing, US NavyNational Harbor 5
Session chair: T. Greeff, NSTXL, US
3:00Boeing: Innovation Spotlight
D. Neely, Boeing, US
3:15Navy SBIR: Innovation Spotlight
R. Smith, US Navy, US
3:30Over 30,000 particle accelerators are used in over $500 billion per year in products and services. In a significant spin-off application of technology developed for science, Fermilab is developing a new class of compact, robust, high-power, energy efficient accelerators that will enable new industrial, scientific, NDE, and security applications.
C. Schmidt, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, US
3:37Machine Learning for Non-Destructive Evaluation in Manufacturing Environments
G. Mulholland, Citrine Informatics, US
3:44Miniaturized Gas Chromatography (GC) for ubiquitous applications
3:51Embeddable Programmable Instrumentation Circuits (EPIC)
K. Blemel, Management Sciences, Inc., US
3:58Advanced polymer nano-composites using thermal mechanically treated biofillers
H. Van Eaton, WyoComp, US
4:05Boeing, US Navy : Q&A

Tuesday May 24

10:30Nanoelectronics MaterialsPotomac 2
Session chair: Emanuel Tutuc, The University of Texas at Austin
10:30Advanced Processing for Bit Patterned Media of sub-10 nm features
D. Olynick, D. Staaks, S. Rangnekar, D. Tierno, S. Dallarto, Molecular Foundry, LBNL, US
10:50Fabrication and modeling of resistance switching cells for ReRAM applications
M. Pawlikiewicz, T.S. Kalkur, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, US
11:10Fractional and Integer Quantum Conductance at 300K and Zero Magnetic Field in Polymer-Suspended Graphene Nanoplatelets
M. Orlowski, Virginia Tech, US
11:30Directly produced semiconducting carbon nanotubes and their application
V. Bezugly, ProNT GmbH, TU Dresden, DE
11:50Nano and Microscale Printing of Sensors and Electronics Using 0D, 1D and 2D Materials (invited presentation)
A. Busnaina, NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, Northeastern University, US
1:30Carbon Nano Structures: Electronics ApplicationsNational Harbor 12
Session chair: Lance Criscuolo, Zyvex Technologies (bio)
1:30Strong, controllable, robust, and scalable graphene n-doping for optoelectronic and micro/nano-electronic applications
J. Folkson, A. Ashraf, M.D. Eisaman, Stony Brook University(SBU)/Brookhaven National Lab(BNL), US
2:10Integration of graphene into nanoelectronic devices: insights from atomistic simulations
M. Garcia, E. Artacho, Simune Atomistics S.L., ES
2:30Characterization of electrical property and band-structure in carbon nanotube/GaN hetero-interface
T. Yokogawa, S. Miyake, A. Yamashita, Yamaguchi University, JP
2:50Carbon Nanotubes on Graphene – Interfacial and Electrical Properties
R. Senegor, A. Adesida, C. Zhou, A.A. Vyas, P. Wang, C.Y. Yang, Santa Clara University, US
3:10Carbon Nanotube Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells
L. Yu, D. Tune, J. Shapter, Flinders University, AU
Nanoelectronics: Posters 4:00Expo Hall D & E
Synthesis of GaAs-GaAsSb nanowire heterostructures by CVD technique
Y. Xing, Peking University, CN
Design of new single-electron information-processing circuit mimicking behavior of swarm of honeybees
T. Tanabe, T. Oya, Graduate school of engineering, Yokohama National University, JP
Proposal of a router circuit based on nanoelectronic devices
B.O. Câmara, J.G. Guimarães, J.C. Costa, University of Brasilia, BR
3-D Thermal Simulator Dedicated for Modern Silicon Structures
M. Zubert, T. Raszkowski, M. Janicki, A. Samson, M. Jankowski, A. Napieralski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
Application of neural networks to the thermal problem modelling
T. Raszkowski, A. Samson, M. Zubert, M. Janicki, A. Napieralski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
Application of ant colony optimization algorithm to the thermal parameter estimation of modern electronic structures
T. Raszkowski, A. Samson, M. Zubert, M. Janicki, A. Napieralski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
The Simulator of Electromagnetic Phenomena inside 3-D Silicon Structures
M. Zubert, M. Jankowski, T. Raszkowski, A. Samson, A. Napieralski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
Comparitive study of charge transport in quantum confined dielectric nanolayer field effect transistor
C.R.A John Chelliah, R. Swaminathan, Karunya University, IN

Wednesday May 25

8:30Photonic SensorsChesapeake 1-2
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, GE. Global Research (bio)
8:30Optical Fiber Fabry-Perot Interferometry (invited presentation)
A. Wang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US
8:55On-chip and Label-free Glucose Sensing Using Mid-Infrared Waveguides
P.T. Lin, Texas A&M University, US
9:15Integrated photonic devices for ultrahigh-speed, space-division multiplexing optical coherence tomography
Y. Huang, W. Sun, L. Yan, A. Nitkowski, A. Weinroth, N. Tansu, C. Zhou, Lehigh Universisty, US
9:35Optofluidic Temperature and Pressure Measurements with Fiber Bragg Gratings Embedded in Microfluidic Devices
G.A. Cooksey, J.D. Wright, Z. Ahmed, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
8:30Materials for Flexible ElectronicsPotomac 1
Session chair: Mandakini Kanungo, Xerox Innovation Group (bio)
8:30Challenges and Opportunities in Printing Conductive Inks (invited presentation)
Y. Wu, TE Connectivity, US
8:55Active Materials Synthesis and Formulation for Functionally Printed Devices (invited presentation)
S. Williams, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
9:20Robust Transparent Glass-fabric Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Films for Flexible Electronics Substrate Platform
B-S Bae, H-G Im, J. Jung, KAIST, KR
9:40Alternative Nanostructures for Thermoacoustic Projectors
S. Perananthan, N.K. Mayo, A.E. Aliev, University of Texas at Dallas, US
10:30Photonic Materials, Devices & Applications IChesapeake 1-2
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, GE. Global Research (bio)
10:30AIM Photonics - How Integrated Optics can Benefit from Nano-Electronics (invited presentation)
M. Liehr, AIM Photonics, US
10:55Applications of Silicon Nanophotonics: Space-division Multiplexing and Integrated Spectroscopy
A. Grieco, B. Hong, G. Porter, Y. Fainman, University of California, San Diego, US
11:15Micro-Opto-Mechanical Pressure Sensor (MOMPS) in Sin Integrated Photonics Platform
R. Jansen, V. Rochus, J. Goyvaerts, G. Vandenboch, B. van de Voort, P. Neutens, J. O’Callaghan, H.A.C. Tilmans, X. Rottenberg, imec, BE
10:30Flexible Electronics ManufacturingPotomac 1
Session chair: Mandakini Kanungo, Xerox Innovation Group (bio)
10:30”Patterned-by-Printing”: Flexible-Printed ZnO Electronics
C.R. Ellinger, S.F. Nelson, Eastman Kodak Company, US
10:50Rapid processing using Intense Pulsed Light
T. Druffel, University of Louisville, US
11:10A New Manufacturing Approach for Fabricating 3-D Interconnects for Multilayer Interconnected Flexible Electronics
A. Korkmaz, C. Yilmaz, A. Busnaina, S. Varni, E. Loftus, Northeastern University, US
11:30Flexible integrated photonics: shedding light into the flexible electronics toolkit
L. Li, H. Lin, S. Geiger, A. Zerdoum, X. Jia, J. Michon, Q. Du, C. Smith, S. Novak, K. Richardson, S. Qiao, N. Lu, J.D. Musgraves, J. Hu, T. Gu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Flexible Electronics: Posters 3:30Potomac Registration Hall
A Novel Device for In-Vitro Electromagnetic Modulation
B. Eckert, H. Truong, H. Kim, M. Izadjoo, Trideum Biosciences and ChiScan, US
Inkjet Printed Flexible Electronics on Organic Substrate for Wearable Electronics
H. Lee, K. Ma, Kennesaw State University, US

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 8th 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.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Interface materials
  • High performance transistors
  • Memory devices
  • Carbon based electronics: graphene, carbon nanotubes
  • Nanowires
  • Quantum materials and devices
  • Novel nanoelectonic materials
  • Nanoelectronic devices
  • Other

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