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cfaed colloquium (2012-2019)

27.09.2019 (Friday) , 09:00 - 18:00
Barkhausenbau, Heinz-Schönfeld-Hörsaal , Georg-Schumann-Str. 13 , 01187 Dresden

Welcome to the 2019 cfaed colloquium!

Looking back: findings and results 2012-2019

Looking ahead: projects and ideas

  • expert talks
  • poster exhibition
  • demonstrations

Draft Program (updated continuously)

8:30 Registration
 
9:00

Welcome Address

Gerhard Rödel
Vice-Rector for Research TU Dresden

9:05

cfaed: Then - Now - Tomorrow

Gerhard Fettweis
Coordinator cfaed 2012-2019
TU Dresden

9:25 Reconfigurable Nanowire Electronics – A path beyond Moore´s Law

Thomas Mikolajick
NaMLab gGmbH
Chair of Nanoelectronic Materials,
TU Dresden

9:45 tbc

Sascha Hermann
TU Chemnitz

10:00 KEYNOTE
TBC: Electronic Technologies for Enabling Artificial Intelligence at the Edge

Adrian M. Ionescu
Laboratory of Micro/Nanoelectronic Devices (NANOLAB)
EPFL

10:45 Break  
11:15

KEYNOTE • tba •

Bhavin J. Shastri
Queen‘s University, Canada
11:55 Molecules That Count – Prospects and Challenges of Network-Based Biocomputation Till Korten (Diez Group)
B CUBE/TUD/cfaed
12:10 DNA-Templated Fabrication of Nanostructures with Optic and Electronic Functionality Ralf Seidel
Leipzig University/cfaed
12:25 Self-organized Synchronization in Electronic Systems Lucas Wetzel (Jülicher Group)  
MPI PKS/cfaed
12:40

(TBC) KEYNOTE: Wireless Networks and Applied Mathematics

Holger Boche
TU München
13:20 Lunch  
14:30 tba

Sascha Klüppelholz (Baier Group)  
TUD/cfaed

14:45 tba

Steffen Märcker & Michael Raitza (Kumar Group) 
TUD/cfaed 

15:00 A New System Architecture for Heterogeneous Compute Units Nils Asmussen (Härtig Group)
Barkhausen-Institut
15:15 Novel Device Integration – Combining Bottom-up and Top-down Approaches Artur Erbe
HZDR/cfaed
15:30 KEYNOTE: NSF’s View on Electronics Rroadmap beyond CMOS and its Demand/Application Drivers Thyaga Nandagopal
NSF 
16:00 Break  
16:30 KEYNOTE: tba Stuart Parkin
MPI of Microstructure Physics 
17:00 Model Systems for Atomic-scale Electronics

Francesca Moresco
TUD/cfaed 

17:15

On the way to quantitative nanoscale modeling (TraNaS OpenSuite)

Dmitry Ryndyk (Cuniberti Group)  
TUD/cfaed
17:30 KEYNOTE
Printable (semi)flexible thin-film polymer batteries:
New possibilities for applications in organic electronics, IoT, smart health sensors, solar batteries, smart packaging and others

Prof. Ulrich S. Schubert 
Center for Energy and Environmental Chemistry Jena (CEEC Jena)
Friedrich Schiller University Jena

18:10 Wrap-up  

 

Everybody welcome!

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