Plenary Speakers

Yoshio Nishi - Stanford University, USA
Recent Progress in High Mobility Channel Materials and Devices

Shuji Nakamura - University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
GaN-Based Nonpolar/Semipolar LEDs and Laser Diodes

Lars Samuelson - Lund University, Sweden
Semiconductor Nanowires: from Materials Science to Photonic and Electronic Devices

Andre Geim - The University of Manchester, UK
Graphene: Magic of Flat Carbon

Shinji Yuasa - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Recent Progress on Tunnel Magnetoresistance and Its Applications

Invited Speakers

Tadafumi Adschiri - Tohoku University, Japan
Supercritical Hydrothermal Synthesis of Organic Inorganic Hybrid Nanoparticles

Magnus T Borgström - Philips research laboratories Eindhoven, Netherlands
(current adress: Solid State Physics, Lund University)
Synergetic Nanowire Growth

Connie J. Chang-Hasnain - University of California, Berkeley, USA
High Contrast Grating Vertical-Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers

Keun Hwi Cho - Samsung Electronics, Korea
Electron Transport through Gate-All-Around Silicon Nanowire Field Effect Transistors

A. B. Djurišić - University of Hong Kong, China.
GaN/ZnO Heterojunction Light Emitting Diodes

Mark A. Eriksson - University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Si/SiGe Few-Electron Quantum Dots

Hongjin Fan - University of Cambridge, UK
Nanotubes Based on the Kirkendall Effect and Diffusion Process

Peter Fromherz - Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
Problems of Neuro-Electronic Interfacing on the Nano, Micro and Milliscale

B. Hillebrands - TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
Current Induced Spin-Wave Emission from Ferromagnetic Nano-Structures

Yohiomi Hiranaga - Tohoku University, Japan
Next Generation Ferroelectric High Density Data Storage Based on Scanning Nonlinear Dielectric Microscopy

Ming-Hwei Hong - National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Research on III-V and Ge nano-electronics for key technology beyond Si CMOS

Hiroshi Imahori - Kyoto University, Japan
Improvement of Light-Harvesting and Interfacial Electron Transfer for Efficient Solar Energy Conversion

C. Jagadish - The Australian National University, Australia
III-V Compound Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronics Applications

Young Kwan Kim - Hongik University, Korea
Structure Modification for High Efficiency White Organic Light Emitting Diode

Hyun Cheol Koo - Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Spin Injection and Modulation in a Semiconductor Channel

Juin J. Liou - University of Central Florida, USA
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection Solutions for Nano CMOS Technology

Hari Manoharan - Stanford University, USA
Spins on Graphene

Susumu Noda - Kyoto University
Surface Emitting Nitride Laser Diode Using Photonic Crystal

Kazumasa Nomoto - SONY, Japan
Organic TFTs for Flexible Display Application

Akira Oiwa - The University of Tokyo, Japan
Spin-orbit interaction and Kondo-superconductivity interplay observed in single self-assembled InAs quantum dots

Yukinori Ono - NTT, Japan
Single-Dopant Effect in Si MOSFETs

Chuhei Oshima - Waseda University, Japan
Self-standing graphene sheets fabricated by a CVD growing technique

Bae Ho Park - Konkuk University, Korea
Resistance Switching Behaviors Applicable to Next-Generation Non-Volatile Memory Devices

Seong-Ju Park - Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Photonic Crystal and Surface Plasmon for High Efficiency GaN-Based Light-Emitting Diode

Stuart S. P. Parkin - IBM, USA
Racetrack Memory : a current-controlled domain wall shift register

Ramamoorthy Ramesh - University of California, Berkeley, USA
Electric field control of ferromagnetism

Hiroki Takesue - NTT, Japan
Entangled Photon-Pair Generation Using Silicon Photonic Wire Waveguide

Yurii A. Vlasov - IBM, USA
Silicon Nanophotonics for On-Chip Optical Interconnects

Zhong Lin Wang - Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
From Nanogenerators to Nanopiezotronics

C. C. Yang - National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Emission Enhancement of Light-emitting Diode through Surface Plasmon Coupling

Yee-Chia Yeo - National University of Singapore, Singapore
Strained Quantum Wire Transistors

Hiroaki Yoda - TOSHIBA, Japan
A Scalable Spin Torque Transfer MRAM with perpendicular magnetization TMR elements

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