Invited Speakers

Peter Lohdal, Copenhagen University, Denmark
“Single-photon quantum hardware”

Elena Vedmedenko, Hamburg Unviersity, Germany
“Symmetry-Breaking Interlayer Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interactions”

Michel Calame, Basel University, Switzerland
“Experimenting with molecular compounds in nanoelectronic devices”

Xiaodong Pi, Zhejiang University, China
“Optoelectronic devices based on silicon nanocrystals”

Anna Fontcuberta, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
“Synthesis and Applications of III-V Nanowire Arrays and Scalable Networks”

Junwei Luo, Chinese Academy of Science, China
“Theory for Silicon-based light emitting”

Nicola Marzari, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
“Novel Two-dimensional Materials from High-throughput Computational Exfoliation”

Zhen Zhang, Uppsala University, Sweden
“Understanding low-frequency noise in ion-sensitive field-effect-transistor sensors operating in electrolytes”

Andreas Dahlin, Chalmers University, Sweden
“Macromolecular gates: Control of protein translocation through solid state nanopores”

Christophe Delerue, Lille University, France
“Enhanced optical absorptivity in epitaxially-connected nanocrystal monolayer superlattices”

Heiner Linke, Lund Univeristy, Sweden
“Quantum dot heat engines and hot-carrier solar cells”

Guilhem Larrieu, CNRS, Toulouse, France
“3D nanodevices: powerful tools for high resolution monitoring of neural networks”

Lars-Erik Wernersson, Lund Univeristy, Sweden
“III-V nanowires  for CMOS technology”

Max Lemme, Aachen AMO GmbH, Germany
“Photodetectors, transistors and memristors based on MoS2/semiconductor heterostructures”

Björn Högberg, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
“Using DNA origami to decipher spatial effects in biology”

Val Zwiller, KTH, Sweden
“Quantum light: generation, manipulation and detection of single photons”

Ahmad Awad, Gothenburg University, Sweden
“Stimulated wave-vector selective spin wave excitation using femtosecond laser pulse trains”

Carlos Anton, Paris University, France
“Interfacing solid-state single-photon sources and integrated photonics circuits”

Daoxin Dai, Zhejiang University, China
“Silicon Nanophotonics for Light Manipulation and Photodetection”

Linda Höglund, IR Nova, Stockholm, Sweden
“Type-II superlattice infrared detector development at IRnova: from eSWIR to VLWIR”

Juerg Leuthold, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
“Plasmonics – a solution for high-speed communications”

Magnus Berggren, Linköping University, Sweden
“Organic Bioelectronics – Nature Connected”

Akira Fujiwara, NTT Basic Research Labs, Atsugi, Japan
“Silicon nanodevices for metrology and sensor applications”

Tibor Grasser, TU Wien, Austria
“Reliability and Thermal Stability of MoS2 FETs with Ultrathin CaF2 Insulators”

Floris Zwanenburg, Twente University, Holland
“Ambipolar quantum dots in planar silicon”

Peter Steeneken, Delft University of Technology, Holland
“Nanomechanical sensing with 2D materials”

Minoru Fujii, Kobe University, Japan
“Donor and Acceptor Pair Luminescence in Colloidal Silicon Quantum Dots”




Key Dates

Oct 16

NMDC 2022

October 16 - October 19