| General Chair: Bernard COURTOIS, CMP, Grenoble, France
Vice General Chair: Sorin CRISTOLOVEANU, IMEP, Grenoble, France
Presentations | Reviewer | Venue & Access | Workshop Committee | Contacts | Social event | Registration | Hotel accommodation | Technical program | Keynote | Invited speakers | Panel | Exhibition | Past events |
Invited talks given by prominent speakers:
Jean Michel Karam, MEMSCAP, France
"From MEMS at CMP to MEMSCAP"
Young Kuk, Seoul National Univ., Korea
"Graphene as a new device material: A lesson for the future"
Jerry Fossum, Univ. of Florida, USA
"Deficiencies in nanoscale CMOS device education"
Peter McLarty, Texas Instruments, USA
"Cumulated experience from academia, industry and legal affairs"
Yoshio Nishi, Stanford Univ., USA
"Match and mismatch between Industrial and academic perspectives on micro/nanoelectronics education and research"
Carlo Reita, CEA-LETI, France
"Fully-depleted SOI technology: a powerful architecture for the 20nm node and beyond"
Thomas Skotnicki, STMicroelectronics, France
"Which transistor path: FinFET, tri-gate, FDSOI, Ge/III-V, bulk CMOS...."
Takao Someya, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
"Teaching printed electronics"
Andrei Vladimirescu, ISEP, France/UC Berkeley, USA
"Shaping the history of SPICE and the present of IC design and education"
Mark Law, Univ. of Florida, USA
"An undergraduate electronics curriculum for the 21st century"
Juergen Becker, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany
"Tomorrow’s Engineer´s Education – An attractive Europe Perspective? Europe's Excellence in Engineering Education, Research and Innovation"