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The aim of the conference is to review the advances in the field of electronic devices, according to the following topics:



  • New materials and processing technology. Manufacturing techniques for bulk materials (Czochralski, Bridgman, etc) or 2D layered materials (LPE, MBE, MOVPE…). Development of semiconductor materials: carbon-derived materials (graphene, nanotubes), new 2D related materials (chalcogenides, etc) and organic materials for devices. Technological processes and their simulation: substrate treatments, lithography and printing techniques (photolithography, e-beam, RIE, ink-jet), chemical etching, FIB, diffusion, ion implantation, metal and insulators deposition, contact/electrode technology, etc. Heterogeneous integration for photonics and energy harvesting.
  • Device modelling and simulation. Statistical, numerical or analytical models for electronic, optical or physical device aspects. Physical and circuital device models and their interconnection are included.
  • Characterization and reliability. Test and characterization techniques applied to electronic devices, both at material low-level (SIMS, XPS, photoluminescence, Hall-effect, X-ray diffractometry, different microscopies –SEMT, TEM, STM, AFM, Auger-, RBS, etc). Or at device level (quantum efficiency, I – V and impedance curves, TLM, etc). Reliability of both discrete and integrated devices, failure analysis, electromigration, accelerated degradation testing and real-time experiments.



  • Sensors, actuators and micro/nano systems. Structures and their integration into devices for sensors, actuators and micro/nanosystems, MEMS/NEMS. It includes sensors for biological, molecular, physical or chemical detection, as well as integrated sensors.
  • Optoelectronic, photovoltaic devices and displays. Hybrid and organic electronics. Silicon-based, III-V- and II-VI semiconductor-based solar cells. Hybrid, organic and intermediate band solar cells. Other photovoltaic devices (thermophotovoltaic), monochromatic-light converters. Optoelectronic devices: LEDs, OLEDs, OLETs, OFETs, lasers, modulators, as well as photonic-crystal structures. In the field of displays, it includes CCDs, TFT matrix and LCDs.
  • New device concepts: quantum devices, nano-devices, RF, microwave and power devices. Design and manufacturing of new functional devices based in nanostructures (nanotubes, nanowires or quantum dots). Devices for bioelectronics applications. Magnetic, nano-photonic, spintronic, and molecular devices. Devices for micro-energy harvesting. Terahertz operating devices. Discrete and integrated devices for high power/voltage/current operation. It includes FETs, HBTs for high power, RF, microwave and integrated switches, capacitors, inductors, and components for batteries.