Confirmed invited speakers

  • Ritesh Agarwal, Univ. of Pennsylvania, USA, Obtaining bright visible light emission from "bulk" silicon by nanocavity plasmons
  • Magnus Borgström, Lund Univ., Sweden, Nanowire based photovoltaics, breaking the ray optics limit
  • Christophe Delerue, IEMN, France, Electronic and Transport properties of semiconductor nanowires
  • Anna Fontcuberta i Morral, EPFL, Switzerland, GaAs nanowires: applications for quantum photonics and solar cells
  • Takashi Fukui, Hokkaido Univ., Japan, Selective-area growth of III-V nanowires: from growth mechanisms to device applications
  • Sergey Frolov, University of Pittsburgh, USA, Majorana fermions in semiconductor nanowire devices
  • Nathan Gardner, Glo, USA, Nanowire LEDs grown by MOCVD
  • Lutz Geelhar, PDI Berlin, Germany, III-V nanowires for light emission on Si substrates
  • S. Hofmann, University of Cambridge, UK, In situ observations of defect mediated catalytic nanowire growth
  • Jia Liu, Harvard Univ., USA, Nanoelectronics meets biology
  • J. Stehlik, Princeton Univ., USA, Quantum Interconnects for Spin Qubits
  • Stephen Purcell, Univ. Lyon, France, High Temperature, high current Coulomb Blockade in Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes studied by Field Emission and Mechanical Resonances
  • Yong Qin, Lanzhou Univ., China, Flexible nanogenerator


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