The aim of the conference is to review the advances in the field of electronic devices, according to the following topics:
Horizontal topics (techniques and processes)
- H1. Materials and processing technology
Manufacturing techniques for bulk or 2D layered materials (LPE, MBE, MOVPE, CVD, ALD ...). Development of semiconductor materials: carbon-based materials: graphene, CNT, fibers... New organic semiconductors. Technological processes and their simulation: bulk substrates treatment, photolitography, e-beam lithography, etching, FIB, diffusion, ion implantation, insulator and metal deposition, ohmic contacts, etc. Ink-jet, 3D and other new printing techniques for electronic devices.
- H2. Device modelling and simulation
Statistical, numerical or analytical models for electronic, optical or physical device aspects. Physical and circuital device models and their interconnection.
- H3. Characterization and reliability
Physical and chemical characterization of electronic materials: SIMS, XPS, photoluminescence, Hall Effect, XRD, SEM, TEM, STM, AFM, AES, RBS, etc. Electrical and optical device characterization: quantum efficiency, I-V, C-V, impedance, TLM, etc. Device reliability, fault analysis, electromigration, real time and fast degradation experiments, etc.
Vertical topics (device types)
- V1. Sensors, actuators and micro/nano systems
Structures and their integration into devices for sensors, actuators and micro/nanosystems, MEMS/NEMS. It includes sensors for physical, chemical, gas, electrochemical, mass ... detection. Integrated sensors. Hybrid integration with optical components. Energy harvesting. Electronic noses.
- V2. Photovoltaic and optoelectronic/photonics devices and displays
Single crystal technologies (Si, III-V), thin film technologies (chalcogenides, a-Si, perovskites...), organic PV, third generation based concepts. Optoelectronic devices: LEDs, lasers, optical modulators, photodiodes, CMOS or CCD array detectors. Photonic Crystals structures. Displays: TFT, LCD, OLEDs...
- V3. Biomedical devices and Lab-on-Chip
Sensors for biomedical detection. SPR. DNA chips. Micro-optofluidics. Micro- and nano separation technologies. Micro- and nano total analysis systems (uTAS, nTAS). Biological fuel-cells. Implantable medical devices and drug delivery devices. Medical diagnostic microsystem. Bioelectronics applications.
- V4. New device concepts: quantum devices, nano-devices, RF, microwave and power devices
New functional devices based in nanostructures: nanotubes, nanowires, quantum dots, graphene, etc. Magnetic, nano-photonic, spintronic, and molecular devices. Memristive switching devices. Devices for micro-energy harvesting. Terahertz operating devices. Discrete and integrated devices for high power/voltage/current operation, including FETs, HBTs for high power, RF, microwave and integrated switches, capacitors, inductors, and components for batteries.