From May 11-13 the INC11 conference was successfully held at Hilton Sea Hawk Fukuoka in Fukuoka, Japan.
<INC11 Best Poster Award -International>
Hiroshi Sunamura, Renesas Electronics Corporation: "High-Vbd Dual-oxide Complementary BEOL-FETs for Compact On-chip Power Building Block"
<INC11 Best Poster Award -Europe>
Carlos Rios, University of Oxford: "Growth and nucleatoin dominated phase-change materials for nano-optoelectronics and display technology"
<INC11 Best Poster Award -US>
Li-Te Chang, UCLA: "Electrical Spin Injection and Transport in Silicon"
<Japan NanoDay Best Poster>
Takumu Honda, Tokyo Institute of Technology: "Coupled quantum dot devices"
Aleksandra Drozd, AGH University of Science and Technology: "Fast and precise digital hybrid pixel detectors for X-ray imaging"
Wan Aizuddin, Keio University: "Molecular Dynamics and Ab-initio Calculations on Stability and Doping Effects of Intercalated Graphene Nano-Ribbons for Low Resistivity Interconnects"
<Japan NanoDay Young Researcher Poster Award>
Miku Fukumitsu, Meizen High School: "Synthesis and thermoelectric properties of n-type and p-type Ba8Ga16Ge30 clathrate doped silicon"
T. Miyamoto, Shimonoseki-Nishi High School: "First-principles simulation of a substitute material for transparent electrode"
Yukimi Morimoto, Kumamoto Senior High School: "Improvement of magnetic-field angular dependence of critical current density for superconducting film by introducing disordered crystal grains as flux pinning centers"
The Eleventh International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) will be held at the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk in Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka, Japan, on May 11-13, 2015.
We will invite a special talk on "Smart mobility", which will be given by a representative of the leading companies in this field because this field is related to a various electronics and nano materials and has a future vision. Several related stimulating talks on smart transportation will also be presented from several leading companies in this field.
Some other topics, such as robots and nanomaterial informatics will also be highlighted. The Japan Nano Day will take place on May 11th. It will be good opportunity to understand not only achievements of on-going several big Japanese national-research-programs, such as iPS, 3D-LSI and IoT, but also challenges of newly started national research-programs such as SIP and ImPACT.
The Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk is standing in front of Hakata-bay, and having more than 1000 rooms. The guests will have a beautiful ocean-view or a wonderful night view of Fukuoka; the biggest city in Kyusyu-island. In Fukuoka, the visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of well-known Japanese foods (one of the UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list).
The INC11 committee would like to encourage all the possible attendees to join us at Hakata on May 11-13, 2015.