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Emerging Technologies 2018 Session Listing

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Session B2: Nanotechnology

Start Time: 09:00, Thursday, May 10
Room: TBD
Chaired by Chair to be Announced

  • Aida Todri-Sanial, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (aida.todri@lirmm.fr)

    Charge-based doping of carbon nanotubes as back-end-of-line interconnect material

  • Guihua Yu, University of Texas (ghyu@austin.utexas.edu)

    Functional nanostructured polymers for energy storage and environmental technologies

    This talk will present a novel class of polymeric materials we developed recently: nanostructured conductive polymer hydrogels (CPHs) that are hierarchically porous, and structurally tunable in size, shape, porosity and chemical interfaces. Given advantageous features such as intrinsic 3D nanostructured conducting framework, excellent electronic and electrochemical properties, and scalable processability, they have been demonstrated useful for a number of applications in energy, bioelectronics, and environmental technologies. Several examples on developing high-performance energy storage devices and multifunctional superhydrophobic coatings for environmental cleanup will be discussed to illustrate "structure-derived functions" of this special class of materials.

  • Heike Riel, IBM Zurich (hei@zurich.ibm.com)

    From III-V integration towards ballistic nanowire quantum networks

  • Swastik Kar, Northeastern University (S.Kar@neu.edu)

    Tailoring functionality at the nanoscale through precise control of the interface between dissimilar 2D materials

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  • An Chen, Nanoelectronics Research Initiative (anchen04@gmail.com)

  • Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Portland State University (jeske@ece.pdx.edu)

  • Shamik Das, Mitre Corporation (sdas@mitre.org)

  • Jean-Marie George, CNRS (jeanmarie.george@cnrs-thales.fr)

  • D. Keith Roper, University of Arkansas (dkroper@uark.edu)

  • Jim Booth, BCIT (James_Booth@bcit.ca)

    Defining pressure -- cold atom technology for high- and ultra-high vacuum pressure metrology

 

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