Day 1
May 14

8:15 Registration
9:00-9:30 Welcome and opening addresses
9:00-9:10 From Japan Toshihiko Kanayama, AIST
9:10-9:20 From USA An Chen, SRC/IBM
9:20-9:30 From Europe (Remote presentation) Fransisco Ibanez, European Commission
9:30-11:30 Session Mon-1: Policy & funding (Japan)
9:30-9:50 Science, Technology and Innovation Policy in Japan Ryo Kuroda, CAO
9:50-10:10 Overview of nanoelectronics R&D funding and its strategy: the role of JST Masashi Furukawa, JST
10:10-10:30 NanoIoT - Key nanotechnology for the next IoT era - Tomoji Kawai, NEDO
10:30-10:50 Break
10:50-11:10 Funding activities and programs to promote international collaboration by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Hideyuki Yamaguchi, JSPS
11:10-11:30 Activities of the System Device Roadmap Committee of Japan (SDRJ) collaborated with IEEE IRDS Yoshihiro Hayashi, SDRJ
11:30-13:00 Lunch at the poster hall
13:00-15:00 Session Mon-2: Policy & funding (USA, Europe & Asia)
13:00-13:20 The european strategic research agenda for electronic components and systems Mart Graef, TU Delft
13:20-13:40 Introduction of UMI an efficient international collaboration tool at CNRS Fabien Grasset, CNRS
13:40-14:00 Nanoelectronics Research in Australia and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET) (Remote presentation) Michael Fuhrer,
Monash University
14:00-14:20 Beyond Moore’s Law Computing: Challenges and Partnership Opportunities (Remote presentation) Christian Mailhoit, Sandia National Laboratories
14:20-14:40 The strategies and development of semiconductor nano technology in NDL Taiwan Wen-Kuan Yeh, NARLabs
14:40-15:00 Semiconductor R&D in Korea Cheol Seong Hwang, Soeul National Univ.
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:30 Session Mon-3: Introduction of Tohoku University
15:30-16:30 Our activities in electronics area from spintronics to IoT & AI systems Tetsuo Endoh,
Tohoku Univ.
16:30-17:30 Poster session
Poster list Outlook of Nanotechnology and Materials in JST-CRDS Jun'ichi Sone, JST
Promotion Systems in JST for Science and Technology Innovation Toshio Baba, JST
NEDO's missions NEDO
TIA - a platform for creating knowledge and fostering open innovation - Hiroshi Iwata, AIST
Nonvolatile resistive switching memories based on ferroelectric tunnel junctions Akihito Sawa, AIST
A new technology CAD system "Impulse TCAD" and its application to Nanodevices Kazuhiko Endo, AIST
Vertical resonant tunneling transistors with molecular quantum dots Ryoma Hayakawa, NIMS
Photoelectron spectroscopic study of interface structure of CeF3/Ge stack structure Takahiro Nagata, NIMS
Application of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) to future low-power consumption electron device technology Shu Nakaharai, NIMS
Energy distribution of interface states at SiO2/4H-SiC(0001) obtained from operando photoelectron spectroscopy Yoshiyuki Yamashita, NIMS
Drain-induced variability due to quantum confinement effect in extremely narrow silicon nanowire transistors with width down to 2nm Toshiro Hiramoto,
Univ. of Tokyo
Statistics of random telegraph noise amplitude in extremely narrow silicon nanowire transistors with width down to 2nm Toshiro Hiramoto,
Univ. of Tokyo
Tohoku University as Designated National University & Core Research Cluster: Spintronics Hiroki Shoji,
Tohoku Univ.
International industry-academic collaboration (CIES consortium) -Creation of innovative integrated electronic technologies for IoT/AI systems- Shoji Ikeda,
Tohoku Univ.
17:30-19:30 Conference dinner at Aoba Dining "DOCK" in Center Hall, School of Engineering