Program

INC 11 Japan NanoDay: May 11, 2015
INC 11(Day1): May 12, 2015
INC 11(Day2): May 13, 2015
  • There will be a welcome reception for INC11 participants from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at Bay Penthouse & Ocean Penthouse in 34F in the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk, May 11, 2015.
  • The conference dinner will be taken place on May12 at Olive in 5F, 18:30-20:30 just after the poster session. The dinner fee is included in the registration fee.
  • There will be a "Women in Nanotech/STEM* Lunch session" on May 12.
    Yumiko Takamori will be presenting highlights of the 2015 IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) International Leadership Conference (ILC). The chair will also be presenting women and diversity initiatives and useful resources for students, researchers, and professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM*).
  • There will also be an optional site-visits (free) from 9:00 to 12:00 on May 14, 2015. For detail, visit this page.

INC 11 Japan NanoDay: May 11, 2015

Schedule Presentation Titles / Speakers
8:30-8:40 Welcome
Junichi Sone (JST)
8:40-9:00 Overview of INC11 and Japan Nano Day
Toyohiro Chikyo (NIMS)
9:00-9:30 Research strategy and program for nanotechnologies
Yuko Nagano (MEXT)
9:30-10:00 Nanotechnology strategy for the Industry
Nobuhiko Tanaka (METI)
10:00-10:30 The Leading Program for Science, Technology and Innovation
Naofumi Moriya (CAO)
10:30 -10:50 Break
10:50-11:20 CREST: From Nano-Electronics to Systems
Takayasu Sakurai (Univ. of Tokyo)
11:20-11:40 ImPACT1: Ultimate Green IT Devices with long usage times between charges
Masashi Sahashi (Tohoku Univ.)
11:40-12:00 ImPACT2: Ultra high-speed multiplexed sensing system beyond evolution for detection of extremely small amounts of substances
Reiko Miyata (Nagoya Univ.)
12:00 -13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 Research Activities of TIA-NANO
Toshihiko Kanayama (AIST)
14:00-14:30 3D LSI and Nanotechnology for IoTs
Mitsumasa Koyanagi (Tohoku Univ.)
14:30-15:00 The secret of service innovation
Tsuneo Komatsuzaki (SECOM)
15:00-15:30 Innovation of Micro and Nano Robotic Technologies for Measurement and Separation of Single Cell
Fumihito Arai (Nagoya Univ.)
15:30-15:50 Break
15:50-16:10 Dy-free high coercivity Nd-Fe-B based permanent magnets for automotive applications
Kazuhiro Hono (NIMS)
16:10-16:30 Characterization of Nano Materials by a Positron Probe Micro Analyzer
Ryoichi Suzuki (AIST)
16:30-16:50 A New Departure in Graduate Honors Program at University of Tsukuba
Nobuyuki Sano (Univ. Tsukuba)
16:50 -18:20 Poster viewing
18:30 -20:30 Reception & Young Researcher Poster Award Ceremony at Bay Penthouse & Ocean Penthouse in 34F

INC 11(Day1): May 12, 2015

Schedule Sessions / Speakers
7:30-8:30 Registration
8:30-8:50 Welcome and Opening Addresses
8:30
Japan
Sukekatsu Ushioda (NIMS)
8:35
USA
Mihail Roco (NSF)
8:40
Europe
Hubert Lakner (Fraunhofer)
8:50-10:50 Session Tue-1: Regional Updates
8:50
Japan - Gov
Regional Update on Science and Technology Programs in Japan

Naofumi Moriya (CAO)
9:10
USA - Gov
Update on Nanotechnology in the United States

Mihail Roco (NSF)
9:30
Europe - Gov
An European industrial policy for Digital and Key Enabling Technologies with emphasis on nanoelectronics and related applications.

Dirk Beernaert (EC)
9:50
Japan - Industry
Nanoelectronics in Japan Industry

Hidemi Ishiuchi (Toshiba)
10:10
USA - Industry
US Industry's Nanoelectronics Initiatives and Results

Paolo Gargini (ITRS)
10:30
Europe - Industry
Rob Hartman (ASML)
10:50-11:20 Coffee Break
11:20-13:00 Session Tue-2: Nanoelectronics 1 -Materials and Devices-
11:20
Nano Device Technologies for Ultra Low Power LSIs
Shinichi Takagi (Univ. Tokyo)
11:50
Patterned III-V Nanopillars: A platform for integrated optoelectronic devices
Diana Huffaker (CNSI)
12:20
From Advanced CMOS to Beyond CMO
Iuliana Radu (IMEC)
12:50
Q & A, Discussion (10 min)
13:00-14:30 Lunch (There will be "Women in Nanotech/STEM* Lunch") STEM*: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
14:30-16:10 Session Tue-3: Nanoelectronics 2 -Heterogeneous Integration-
14:30
Thermal-aware Device Design of Nanoscale Electronic Devices for More Moore and More-than-Moore Applications
Ken Uchida (Keio Univ.)
15:00
From Nanodevices to Nanosystems: Carbon Nanotube N3XT Information Technology Revolution
Subhasish Mitra (Stanford Univ.)
15:30
Hetero-integration for Cyber Physical Systems at Wafer-level and Panel-level
Rolf Aschenbrenner (Fraunhofer)
16:00
Q & A, Discussion (10 min)
16:10-17:30 Poster Session
18:00-20:30 Conference Dinner at Olive in 5F
Mr. Hiroshi Ogawa, Governor of Fukuoka Prefecture and Mr. Soichiro Takashima, Fukuoka City Mayor plan to join the dinner to welcome all participants to Fukuoka at the dinner.

INC 11(Day2): May 13, 2015

Schedule Sessions / Speakers
7:30-8:30 Registration
8:30-10:00 Session Wed-1: Role of nanotechnology for Smart Mobility & Robot
8:30
Advanced Technology and Future Mobility - Intelligent and Electrified Vehicles -
Kiyoshi Takagi (Nissan)
9:05
Challenges and Concepts towards Automated Driving
Adrian Zlocki (FKA)
9:40
Q & A, Discussion (20 min.)
Guest panelist : Tsuguo Nobe ( Intel Japan)
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-12:10 Session Wed-2: Nano Devices
10:30
Future prospect of car electronics and expectation to 3D LSI for Smart Mobility
Kazushi Asami (DENSO)
11:00
The Challenge of a New Low-Voltage Switch That is Much More Sensitive Than the Transistor
Eli Yablonovitch (UC Berkeley)
11:30
European Roadmap on Smart Systems for Automated Driving
Gereon Meyer (VDI/VDE)
12:00
Q & A, Discussion
12:10-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:10 Session Wed-3: Nano Materials
13:30
Cell stack of lithium-air rechargeable batteries
Yoshimi Kubo (NIMS)
14:00
Graphene-enabled Nano/Bio Hybrids for Chemical Detection and Medical Diagnostics
Charlie Johnson (University of Pennsylvania)
14:30
Highlights on latest battery technology achievements & challenges
Sebastien Patoux (CEA-Liten)
15:00
Q & A, Discussion
15:10-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:50 Session Wed-4: International Cooperation
15:30
Report from IPWGN
Kosmas Galatsis (UCLA)
15:50
Global Activities of JST toward Promotion of R&D on Nanotechnology and Materials Science
Kana Asano (JST)
16:10
nanoHUB: the Growth of a United States Cyberinfrastructure into a Global Learning and Research Community
Michael Zentner, Gerhard Klimeck (RCAC)
16:30
EU's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, Open to the World - Focus on nanotechnology
Leonidas Karapiperis (EU)
16:50-17:50 Wrap-up Panel Discussion, Kosmas Galatsis
17:50-18:00 Poster Award Presentations, Toshihiko Kanayama (AIST)
INC 12 Announcement (EU delegate)
Closing Remarks, Junichi Sone (JST)