NANO 2020 Final Program
The IEEE-NANO 2020 Final Program is available. The detailed program sessions and abstracts can be viewed here. Read the Welcome message from the chairs here.
NANO 2020 opens on Wednesday July 29 at 8:40 am EDT with the Welcome Remarks.
The conference program is structured with the General Sessions in the morning and the paper sessions in the afternoon.
The daily schedule can be found here. Each day starts with a double-header plenary talks, followed by a set of a parallel keynote sessions, with a special event before a break for lunch and posters. After the break, the program continues with three parallel oral presentation sessions organized in technical tracks; each session contains an invited talk followed by 3-4 paper presentations. Main conference starts at 9:00 am daily until 7:15 pm.
The daily Plenary Sessions and Special Events are open for public viewing on Zoom. Attendance at paper presentation sessions and keynotes require registration. Recorded presentations will be available for view on demand for at least a month after via Papercept.
With NANO 2020 we also celebrate the 20th Anniversaries of both the NANO conference series and of the NTC which IEEE approved in 2001, although its first official year of existence was 2002. The 20th Anniversary celebrations will go ahead in four stages:
- Short videos by Past-Presidents and Past NANO Chairs are available for viewing before, during and after the conference,
- Toshio Fukuda, the NTC’s Founding President and current IEEE President will deliver the opening plenary,
- The Young Professionals program will feature a panel discussion with the Past-Presidents and others shortly after the opening ceremony (see a video preview here), and
- There will be a brief formal recognition ceremony as part of the Awards “Banquet” on the 31st.
The program also features a Women in Engineering (WIE) sponsored panel discussion on the 30th. And ends with the NTC and NANO Awards Ceremony on the 31st.
Toshio Fukuda (2020 IEEE President) Micro-Nano Robotics History in IEEE
Supriyo Bandyopadhyay (NTC 2020 Pioneer Award) Straintronics: Strain-switched Nanomagnets for Digital and Analog Applications
Osamu Tabata (NTC Fellow) Top-down meets bottom-up: Way to explore the plentiful room at the bottom
Tza-Huei Jeff Wang (NTC Fellow) Droplet Microfluidics Technologies for Rapid Pathogen Identification and Susceptibility Testing
Juliana Jaramillo Fernandez Phonons and photons in thermo-functional materials for passive cooling
Nadine Collaert Compound semiconductors and their role in future 6G applications
Keynotes Mikhail Kats (NTC Early Career Award) Infrared limiters, diodes, and tunable filters based on phase-transition materials
Oluwaseyi Balogun Thermal Conduction Measurements in Low Dimensional Materials and Heterostructures
Reuven Gordon Quantum Plasmonics: Trapping Single Erbium Emitters, Bright Upconversion by Light Induced Tunneling and Below Bandgap THz Generation
Bonnie Gray Flexible polymer nanocomposites for microfluidics and wearable biosensors
Vincent Lee Self-sustained IoT Sensor Technology
Markondeyaraj Pulugurtha Heterogeneous System Component Integration with Nanopackaging
Seiji Samukawa Atomic Layer Defect-free Top-down Process for Future Nano-devices
VR Singh Advanced Nano-Biomedical Sensors and Nano-Electronic Devices for Health Care Applications
Li Zhang Reconfigurable Magnetic Nanoparticle-Swarm for Targeted Delivery