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You can find a short version of the technical program here.

The final detailed version of the technical program, with all the presentations included in every session is presented here.

Book Of Abstracts

The book of abstracts for the first days of the conference are ready. They contain information of all the papers that will be presented in the Technical Sessions



July 4th
July 5th
July 6th
July 7th
July 8th
NTC ExCom Meeting
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NTC AdCom Meeting
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Keynote 1Keynote 2Keynote 3
Technical sessionsTechnical sessionsTechnical sessions
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NTC ExCom Meeting
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NTC AdCom Meeting
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Technical sessionsPlenary 1Technical sessions
Welcome ReceptionTechnical sessionsConference closure
Conference Banquet and
Awards presentation


Andrei Vladimirescu
Professor at the University of California at Berkeley
Andrei Vladimirescu (LF’17) received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in EECS from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a key contributor to the SPICE simulator, releasing the SPICE2G6 production-level SW in 1981. He pioneered electrical simulation on parallel computers with the CLASSIE simulator as part of his PhD. He is the author of "The SPICE Book" published by J. Wiley and Sons. For many years Andrei was R&D director leading the design and implementation of innovative Electronic Design Automation (EDA) products in software and hardware for Analog Devices Inc., Daisy Systems, Analog Design Tools, Valid Logic and Cadence. Currently he is Professor involved in research projects at the University of California at Berkeley and the Technical University of Delft as well as consultant to industry. His research activities are in the areas of low-voltage low-power CMOS, design, simulation and modeling, circuits with new devices and circuits for quantum computing. Andrei is an IEEE Life Fellow and IEEE CASS Vice-president of Conferences.

Nano-MOS - Foundation of Quantum Computing
Deblina Sarkar
Assistant Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Deblina Sarkar is an assistant professor at MIT and AT&T Career Development Chair Professor at MIT Media Lab. She heads the Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek research group. Her group carries out trans-disciplinary research fusing engineering, applied physics, and biology, aiming to bridge the gap between nanotechnology and synthetic biology to develop disruptive technologies for nanoelectronic devices and create new paradigms for life-machine symbiosis. Her inventions include, among others, a 6-atom thick channel quantum-mechanical transistor overcoming fundamental power limitations, an ultra-sensitive label-free biosensor and technology for nanoscale deciphering of biological building blocks of brain. Her PhD dissertation was honored as one of the top 3 dissertations throughout USA and Canada in the field of Mathematics, Physical sciences and all departments of Engineering. She is the recipient of numerous other awards and recognitions, including the Lancaster Award, Technology Review’s one of the Top 10 Innovators Under 35 from India, NIH K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award.

Green Electronics to Gray Matter: Ghost Walks, Mind Blowing and Brain Doping
Xiuling Li
Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin
Xiuling Li received her B.S. degree from Peking University and Ph.D. degree from the University of California at Los Angeles. Following post-doctoral positions at California Institute of Technology and University of Illinois, as well as industry experience at II-VI, Inc. (formerly EpiWorks, Inc.), she joined the faculty of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) in 2007. At UIUC, she was the Donald Biggar Willett Professor in Engineering and the interim director of the Nick Holonyak Jr. Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory. She joined the faculty of UT in Aug. 2021. She holds the Temple Foundation Endowed Professorship in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She also has an affiliate appointment in Chemistry as the Fellow of the Dow Professorship. Her research focuses on nanostructured semiconductor materials and devices. She has published >160 journal papers and holds >20+ patents, delivered > 120 invited lectures worldwide. She has been honored with the NSF CAREER award, DARPA Young Faculty Award, and ONR Young Investigator Award, and most recently the IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology. She is a Fellow of the IEEE, the American Physics Society (APS), the Optical Society (OSA), the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Among her synergistic activities, she served as an elected member of the board of governors and VP of Finance and Administration of IEEE Photonics Society and is currently on the fellow evaluation committee of IEEE Electron Device Society, IEEE Andrew Grove award committee, IEEE Nanotechnology Council Fellow Search Committee, and the executive committee of APS Division of Materials Physics. She is also a Deputy Editor of Applied Physics Letters.

Semiconductor Nanotechnology: There is Plenty of Room All-Around
Chao-Sung Lai
Professor/Institute Dean of Eengineering, Chang Gung University, Taiwan
Professor Chao-Sung Lai received B. S. and Ph.D. degrees from National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. In 1996, he joined National Nano Device Laboratories, Hsinchu. In 1997, he joined Chang Gung University as a faculty member in Department of Electronics Engineering. He serves as Dean of Engineering College since 2012. His research interests include characterization and reliability of MOSFETs, Flash memory, transistor- based biosensors and biomedical applications. From 2001 to 2002, he was a visiting scholar at Department of EECS, University of California, Berkeley, focusing on fin-shaped FETs. He holds 15 U.S. patents and more than 70 Taiwan patents, and is the author of 390 peer-reviewed papers, 31 international keynote, plenary and invited talks, and 2 book chapters. Dr. Lai is a Senior Editor (2020-2021) and Associate Editor-in-Chief (2022~) of IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine and the Leading Guest Editor of SCI journals, including Microelectronics Reliability, Nano-Scaled Research Letters, and Solid-State Electronics, Nano-Scaled Research Letters, Chemosensors and IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology. Dr. Lai won Lam Research Award in 1997. He served as Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Electron Device Society from 2016. He was elected as President of Association of Chemical Sensor Technology, Taiwan and as President of Electron Devices and Materials Association, Taiwan in 2017 and 2019 respectively. He serves as Chair of Dual-degree-master Program between Chang Gung University (Taiwan) and Singapore University of Technology and Design (Singapore). He was awarded Fellow of International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) in 2021.

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