Program of the final NANO-TEC Workshop: "Summary and Recommendations for the Technology-Design Ecosystem"

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Barcelona, Parque Guell

The final NANOTEC workshop has taken place on November, 6-7, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. The program included a series of plenary presentations on several selected technologies, discussions in several separated working groups and a panel discussion on design tools for beyond CMOS technologies.

Location: Hotel Front Maritim,
                Pº García Faria, 69,
                08019 Barcelona, Spain
                Tel. +34 933 034 440

 

An announcing flyer of the workshop is now available here.

 

 PROGRAM

Monday, November 5, 2012

20.00

Welcome reception at Restaurante 1881, Museum of History of Catalunya, Plaza Pau Vila 3, Barcelona

Tuesday, November 6 2012

08.30-09.00

Registration

09.00-09.10

 Welcome address: 
Carles Cané, National Centre for Microelectronics, CSIC, Barcelona,
and member of the GENESIS National Technology Platform

09.10- 09.40

 Session 1:
 Introduction and summary of Workshop 1-3,
 Clivia Sotomayor Torres, Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology

09.40-10.55

 Session 2:
 Nanoelectronics in EU Horizon 2020 and SRC views
 
Dirk Beernaert, Nanoelectronics in EU Horizon 2020
 Victor Zhirnov, SRC views on Nanoelectronics

10.55-11.15

Coffee break

11.15-11.55

Session 3:
Technology and Design for devices with charge as state variable
 Mart Graef, Delft University of Technology,
 Guilhem
Larrieu, CNRS-LAAS

11.55-12.35

 Session 4:
 Technology and Design for devices  with non charge state variables

  Jouni Ahopelto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland,
 Piotr Grabiec, ITE

12.35- 13.15

  Session 5:
  Technology and Design of new computing Paradigms,
  Dag Winkler, Chalmes University, Sweden
  Georgios Fagas, University College Cork

13.15-14.30

 Lunch

14.30- 15.30

Session 6: Neuromorphic computing as a new computing paradigm,
Prof. Dr Simon Thorpe, CNRS

15.30-16.00

Coffee break

16.00-17.30

Parallel working groups in order to collect comments and further recommendations from the workshop participants.

Working groups:

 Technology and Design for devices with charge as state variable
 Convenor: Mart Graef, Delft University of Technology,
 Rapporteur: Guilhem
Larrieu, CNRS-LAAS


 Technology and Design for devices  with non charge state variables
 Convenor:  Jouni Ahopelto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland,
 Rapporteur: Piotr Grabiec, ITE


  Technology and Design of new computing Paradigms,
  Convenor: Dag Winkler, Chalmes University, Sweden
 Rapporteur: Georgios Fagas, University College Cork

20.00

Dinner

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

09.00-09.45

Session 7: Report back from the working groups by rapporteurs

09.45-10.45

Session 8: Topological insulators
Prof. Dr. Laurens Molenkamp, University of Wuerzburg

10.45-11.15

Coffee Break

11.15-11.45

Session 9: Ecosystem technology
Alain Cappy, CNRS,
Thomas Swahn, Chalmers University of Technology

11.45-13.00

Session: Panel: Design-technology integration

Panel Discussion: “Design Tools for Beyond CMOS technologies”

Chair: Livio Baldi, Micron Technology Inc., Milan;

Panelists:
Wolfgang Rosenstiel, edacentrum GmbH and University of Tübingen
Paolo Lugli, Technical University of M
unich
Sandip Tiwari, Cornell University, Ithaca
Mustafa Badaroglu, IMEC, Leuven

13.00-14.00

Lunch 

14.00-14.30

Wrapping up and concluding remarks
Clivia Sotomayor Torres, Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Barcelona
Wladek Grabinski, EPFL, Lausanne

14.30-15.00

Coffee break and end of workshop