The Future of Nanoelectronics Devices and Systems Beyond Moore Workshop 

31 Aug 2021

This one-day workshop, supported by IEEE-EDS and taking place in William the Conqueror Castle, in the auditorium of Museum of Fine Arts, in Caen , will be devoted to the update of the European contribution to the IRDS Roadmap in the field of More than Moore, Beyond CMOS and Emerging Materials. The main challenges, most promising technologies, needed research efforts and possible applications will be presented in the following sessions by reknown EU experts:

Beyond CMOS and Emerging Materials

  • Trends in Beyond CMOS by Clivia Sotomayor-Torres – ICN2 and Jouni Ahopelto – VTT
  • 2D semi-metal to semiconductor transition devices and/or doping of 2D materials by Farzan Gity – Tyndall
  • GeSn/Ge vertical nanowire GAA FETs by Qing-Tai Zhao – FZJ
  • Flexible electronics with 2D materials by Zhenxing Wang – AMO

Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Systems

  • Summary of the IRDS Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Systems White Paper by Gustavo Ardila – UGA
  • Energy sustainability problems of IoT networks by Thomas Skotnicki – CEZAMAT
  • Contribution of triboelectricity for kinetic energy harvesting using electrostatic transductionby Philippe BASSET – ESIEE, Paris

Smart Sensors

  • Summary of the IRDS Smart Sensors White Paper by Alan O’Riordan – Tyndall
  • Sensing at the Edge: Challenges and Opportunitiesby Adrian Ionescu- EPFL
  • Smart Sensors and Systems for environment and human exposure monitoringby Carmen Moldovan – IMT

Smart Energy

  • Summary of the IRDS Smart Energy White Paper by Mikael Ostling – KTH
  • Smart power devices based Wide Bandgap semiconductorsby William Vandendaele – CEA LETI
  • Materials and substrates for future power devices by Joff Derluyn – Soitec BU EpiGaN

Flexible/Wearable Electronics

  • Roadmap of Flexible Electronics: Challenges and Possible Solutions– Summary of the IRDS White Paper by Benjamin Iñiguez – URV
  • Schottky barrier and organic devices for neuromorphic circuits by Laurie Calvet – CNRS – Université Paris Saclay
  • New strategies for sustainable electronics by Elvira Fortunato – UNL

Registration is free of charge but mandatory by August 23, 2021.

More information here.