Acatech Workshop: Frontiers of the Nanoelectronics 2010, München, Germany, 08-09 Sept 2010

Frontiers of the Nanoelectronics, International Symposium
Chairpersons:K. Bock (Fraunhofer EMFT), P. Lugli (TUM) and P. Russer (TUM)
Organization:acatech, TUM Institute for Advance Study, TUM Institute for Nanoelectronics Fraunhofer Research Institution for Modular Solid State Technologies
Duration:08 - 09 Sept 2010
Location:Theresianum of TUM (Theresienstraße 21)
Co-sponsored by:Gauss Instruments, Siemens AG, Excellent Cluster NIM "Nanosystem Initiative Munich"

The symposium is part of the project "Nanoelectronics in Germany" conducted by acatech (German Academy for Science and Engineering). It will focus on the long term potential and the challenges of nanoelectronics.


G. Abstreiter,Technische Universität München, Germany
Semiconductor nanowires

Y. Arakawa,University of Tokyo, Japan
Quantum dot and photonic crystal for advanced light sources

C. Chang-Hasnain, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Nanolaser on silicon substrate

S.Deleonibus,CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France
Silicon nanoelectronics: challenges and opportunities

T. Geelhaar,Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Materials for printed electronics

R. Gross, Walther-Meissner-Institut, München, Germany
Solid state nanostructures for quantum electronics

K. Hahn,BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Materials for high efficient organic LEDS.

Harrer,IBM Yorktown, United Kingdom
The DNA-transistor: Nanotechnology for DNA-sequencing

O. Hayden,Siemens, Erlangen, Germany
Magnetic flow cytometry

K. Karrai,Attocube Systems,Munich, Germany
Ultra-compact long-race interferometric displacement sensing

H. Klauk,MPI, Stuttgart, Germany
Fabrication and characteristics of organic nanoscale transistors

H. Kurz,AMO, Aachen, Germany

Carbon electronics: The hype and hope of graphene

C. Kutter,Infineon Technologies, München, Germany
System on chip integration and system in package integration for mobile phone applications

G. Mohr,Fraunhofer EMFT, München, Germany
Fluorescent nanosensors for application in medical research and biotechnology

E. Molinari,University of Modena-Reggio Emilia, Italy
Designing graphene nano/opto-electronics

D. Pavlidis,TU Darmstadt, Germany / University of Michigan, USA
Nitride epitaxy and nanodevice technologies

W. Porod,Notre Dame University, USA
Nanomagnetics for logic circuits

H. Riel,IBM Zürich, Switzerland
Towards ultimate scaling: semiconducting nanowires and molecular electronics

M. Van Rossum,IMEC, Leuven, Netherlands
Novel materials for CMOS-based nanoelectronics systems: stretching Moore’s law?


The registration fee are 150 €. It includes conference booklet, coffee breaks, lunch and social dinner. A reduced student registration fee of 50 € is available. Please register with the attached registration form, either by fax +49. 89.54759–550 or mailto: