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Carrier transport, photonics and sensing in group IV-based and other semiconductors nanodevices

The new composites, nanostructures and designs of group IV materials provide a platform for advanced devices for Nanoelectronics, Photonics and Sensors. The symposium will focus on group IV materials but also other semiconductors, nanostructures and related devices with the objective to bring together scientists working in different application fields.

Scope:

The scope of the proposed symposium will include experimental and theoretical innovations related to group IV and other semiconductors nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and nanosensing. An emphasis will be made on high mobility materials suitable for fast devices, light emission and light absorption.

These topics have attracted an increasing attention in the recent years for various applications, including infrared communication and imaging. The very critical issues are therefore carrier transport properties and lifetimes which will be reflected in the symposium program. The photonic devices of particular interest are detectors, light emitting sources, waveguides, optical modulators. Additional topics in the symposium scope are defect characterization, engineering and the impact of crystal quality on the properties of electronic and photonic devices.

Moreover, integrated photonic devices are recently emerging in the field of biological and chemical sensing by allowing ultra-high sensing performances and efficient CMOS-compatible systems. Simulations and calculations of nanodevices, predicting their physical properties and performances are vital to successful device design and optimization. This is particularly important for nanoscale devices, where conventional approximations can no longer be applied.

The symposium will bring together the whole chain starting with novel technological and scientific developments in the field of material synthesis; subsequently, material characterization, device design and fabrication; and finally, device characterization, simulation and modeling. New applications will be welcomed as well.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Fabrication and characterization of group IV- nanostructures, nano-devices and nano-sensors
  • Carrier transport in nano-devices
  • Optoelectronic materials and nano-devices using Si-based hetero-structures and nanostructures
  • Integration of photonics with Si CMOS technology
  • Strain band-gap engineering and carrier transport in CMOS
  • Si-based optical modulators, switches and detectors
  • Si-based waveguide technology and nano-devices
  • Luminescence in Si-based materials
  • Photonic crystals
  • Integrated waveguide sensing
  • Nanomaterials for life science applications
  • Nanoscale biosensors
  • Defect engineering and characterization
  • New mechanisms of crystal growth and synthesis
  • Nano-structuration and self-organization
  • 2D materials based on group IV materials

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Symposium organizers
Alessia IRRERACNR IPCF

Via Ferdinando Stagno D’Alcontres, 98168 Messina, Italy

+3909039762266
irrera@me.cnr.it
Arie RUZINTel Aviv University

Haim Levanon st., 69978 Tel Aviv, Israel

+972 3 6405214
ruzin@tauex.tau.ac.il
Henry H. RADAMSON (Main)Mid Sweden University

Holmgatan 10, 85170 Sundsvall, Sweden & Chinese Academy of Sciences, Department of Microelectronics, 100029 Beijing, China

+46 702287355 & +86 18311498633
henry.radamson@miun.se & rad@ime.ac.cn
Isabelle BERBEZIERCNRS – IM2NP - AMU

Campus de St Jérôme – Case 142 – 13397 Marseille Cedex 20, France

+33 491 28 91 63 / +33 687 28 23 48
isabelle.berbezier@im2np.fr