IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (NMDC)

IEEE NMDC 2015 Preliminary Speaker Line-up


The 2015 IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (IEEE NMDC 2015) will be held in
Anchorage, Alaska on September 13-16, 2015.

Note: Submissions are still open – the deadline for abstract/paper submission is July 10, 2015.

IEEE NMDC is a well received international conference sponsored by IEEE Nanotechnology Council. It has been held annually rotating in different parts of the world. For example, IEEE NMDC 2014 was held in ACI Castello, Italy and IEEE NMDC 2013 was held in Tainan, Taiwan. This is the tenth year anniversary.

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

  1. Antonio Gomes de Souza Filho, Physics Department, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil,   “Electronic and optical properties of low dimensional carbon materials”
  2. Toshio Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan, & Beijing Institute of Technology, China, “tbd”
  3. Winston Patrick Kuo, Harvard University, USA,  “tbd”
  4. Philip R. LeDuc, Mechanical Engineering, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Computational Biology, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, “Planes, Trains, Automobiles … and Cells?”
  5. John A Rogers, UIUC, USA, “Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Transient Electronics”
  6. Eduardo Ruiz-Hitzky, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain, “Advanced nanomaterials from and for natural resources: the example of clay minerals”

Partial List of Confirmed Invited Speakers

  1. P. (Anant) Anantram, University of Washington, USA, “Modeling of transport in graphene-BN-graphene heterostructures”
  2. S. Bandyopadhyay, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, “Straintronics: Strain-switched multiferroic nanomagnets for extremely low energy logic/memory”
  3. Stephan Breitkreutz-von Gamm, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany,  “Towards Nanomagnetic Logic systems: A programmable Arithmetic Logic Unit for Systolic Array-based Computing”
  4. Silke Christiansen, Max-Planck-Institut for the Science of Light, Germany, “Nano-architectures for energy converstion”
  5. Shadi Dayeh, UCSD, USA, “Nanoscale Electronic Materials for Neurophysiological Interfaces”
  6. Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland,  “Controlling the modes of operations in Multi-Independent-Gate Transistors: Towards Functionality-enhanced Devices”
  7. Christopher L. Hinkle, University of Texas at Dallas, USA,  “van der Waals Epitaxy for New 2D Materials Based Low-power Logic and Memory”
  8. Gavin Conibeer, University of New South Wales, Australia, “Advanced photovoltaic concepts using nano structures for modification of electronic, photonic and vibronic properties.” 
  9. Seungpyo Hong, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, “Biomimetic nanotechnology for enhanced detection of circulating tumor cells”
  10. Hee-Tae Jung, KAIST, S. Korea, “A new approach for the fabrication of 10nm scale of nano-patterning over large-areas”
  11. Young Soo Kang, Sogang University, S. Korea, “Length Control of Packed Single Crystalline TiO2 Nanorods for Dye-sensitized Solar Cell”
  12. Jean-Pierre Leburton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, “2D nanoscale semiconductor for genomics”
  13. Lih Y. Lin, University of Washington, USA, “Optical modulation and manipulation of cells with high efficiency through nanomaterials and nanostructures.” 
  14. Cheewee Liu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, “3D  Ge nanowire transistors”
  15. Boon S. Ooi, KAUST, SA, “Recent progress in InAs/InP quantum dash nanostructures and devices”
  16. Gaurav Sahay, Ohio State University, US, “tbd”
  17. Dar-Bin Shieh, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, “Metallic nanoparticles for cancer cell selective therapeutics”
  18. Katsuaki Sugnuma, Osaka University, Japan, “Nanoparticles or microparticles sintering for 3D/Power Assembly?”
  19. Anderson Sunda-Meya, Xavier University of Louisiana, USA, “Synthesis and characterization of MoS2 nanostructures and 2D layers using Pulsed laser depostion system”
  20. Joe Trodahl, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zeeland,  “Exchange springs and tunneling in rare-earth nitride heterostructures; toward a spin-selective amplifier and MRAM”
  21. Wei Wu, University of South California (USC), USA, “Sub-5 nm Patterning and Applications by Nanoimprint Lithography and Helium Ion Beam Lithography”
  22. Qing Zhang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, “CNT based electronic devices”
  23. Haiguang Zhao, INRS–EMT, Univ. du Québec, Varennes, Canada, “Advanced Nanomaterials for Solar Energy Applications”
  24. Rongkun Zheng, University of Sydney, Australia, “3D atomic-scale insight into semiconductor nanowires”

  Guideline for paper submission is summarized as follows: 

  1. Submission of a 2-page abstract is required.
  2. If the 2-page extended abstract are reviewed with approval, it will appear in the Conference Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore).

The following are optional:

  1. Expand the 2-page abstract to 4-6-page long for the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
  2. Write an extended version up to 4-pages with significantly more contents and submit it to ENANO. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
  3. 5. Write a longer extended version with significantly more contents and submit it to TNANO. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore); or
  4. Write a longer extended version with significantly more contents and submit to it TNB. The 2-page abstract will still appear in the Proceedings (in IEEE Xplore).

Click here for more detailed instructions and a template for abstract and paper preparation.

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