Tuesday, April 20, 4:15 PM~6:00 PM Ballroom A
T2 Heterogeneous Integration

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    4:15 PM~4:50 PM
    T2-1 3D Integration of Memories Including Heterogeneous Integration
    Tetsuo Endoh, Tohoku University
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    4:50 PM~5:25 PM
    T2-2 Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuit Technology with Wafer Level Integrated Lasers for Optical Communications and Sensing Applications
    Sylvie Menezo, SCINTIL Photonics
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    5:25 PM~6:00 PM
    T2-3 New Directions in Silicon Photonics: From Optical Communications to the Brain
    Joyce Poon, Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics/ University of Toronto

Wednesday, April 21, 10:20 AM~12:40 PM Ballroom A
T6 Low Temperature Electronics

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    10:20 AM~10:55 AM
    T6-1 Cryo-CMOS Interfaces for Large-Scale Quantum Computers
    Fabio Sebastiano, Delft University of Technology
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    10:55 AM~11:30 AM
    T6-2 Cryogenic Electronics and Materials for the Quantum Era
    Cezar Zota, IBM Research Europe
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    11:30 AM~12:05 PM
    T6-3 Cool-CMOS Technology for next generation High Performance Computing
    Wriddhi Chakraborty, University of Notre Dame
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    12:05 PM~12:40 PM
    T6-4 Development of FD-SOI Cryogenic Amplifier for Application to STJ Readout in COBAND Project
    Yuji Takeuchi, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Wednesday, April 21, 1:40 PM~5:10 PM Ballroom A
T8 Low Dimensional Materials and Devices

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    1:40 PM~2:10 PM
    T8-1 Carbon Nanotube Transistors for Future Technology Nodes
    Qing Cao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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    2:10 PM~2:40 PM
    T8-2 Uncovering the Deformations in Two-Dimensional Materials
    Yimo Han, Rice University
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    2:40 PM~3:10 PM
    T8-3 2D layered semiconductor FETs: Challenge & Perspective
    Kosuke Nagashio, The University of Tokyo
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    3:30 PM~3:50 PM
    T8-4 Monolayer Optoelectronics and Their Excitonic Properties
    Der-Hsien Lien (Danny), National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
    連德軒
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    3:50 PM~4:10 PM
    T8-5 CVD Grown Group-III Monochalcogenides Monolayers and Their Nanoelectronic Device Applications
    Chang-Hsiao Chen, National Sun Yat-sen University
    陳昶孝
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    4:10 PM~4:40 PM
    T8-6 Theoretical Study of Electronic Transport in Two-Dimensional Materials
    Massimo (Max) V. Fischetti, The University of Texas at Dallas
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    4:40 PM~5:10 PM
    T8-7 Quantum TCAD Simulations for Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors
    Jim Greer, University of Nottingham’s Ningbo, China

Wednesday, April 21, 3:45 PM~6:05 PM Ballroom B
T9 Hardware Security

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    3:45 PM~4:20 PM
    T9-1 Quantum Tunneling PUF: a Chip Fingerprint for Hardware Security
    Charles Hsu, eMemory Technology Inc.
    徐清祥
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    4:20 PM~4:55 PM
    T9-2 Proof of Authenticity of Logistics Information with Passive RFID Tags and Blockchain
    Kenji Saito, Waseda University
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    4:55 PM~5:30 PM
    T9-3 Hardware Security
    Mikio Hashimoto, Toshiba Corporation
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    5:30 PM~6:05 PM
    T9-4 Hardware Security - Back to the Future
    Pascal van Gimst, Riscure BV

Thursday, April 22, 10:20 AM~12:40 PM Ballroom B
T11 Biomedical Sensors and Devices

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    10:20 AM~10:55 AM
    T11-1 Internet of Medical Things for Diagnosing Musculoskeletal Injuries
    Nan-Wei Gong, FIGUR8 Inc.
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    10:55 AM~11:30 AM
    T11-2 Autopilot, Smart IoT Devices for Accelerating the Development of Bio-electronic Medicine
    Hsin Chen, National Tsing Hua University/ BioPro Scientific Co. Ltd.
    陳新
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    11:30 AM~12:05 PM
    T11-3 New Horizons for Silicon Nanotechnology in Healthcare
    Paru Deshpande, imec
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    12:05 PM~12:40 PM
    T11-4 How can Chip Technology Realize Electronic Sensing of  Viruses?
    Hiroshi Watanabe, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

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