Do-Kyun Kwon | Korea Aerospace University Hajime Nagata | Tokyo University of Science
This symposium is organized to share the knowledge on dielectric materials. Dielectrics are interesting materials in terms of fundamental phenomena on piezoelectric, pyroelectric and ferroelectric properties. Furthermore, dielectrics are the crucial materials for modern electronic devices and there is big demand for the 4th Industrial revolution, such as 5G/6G telecommunication, intelligent sensor, futuristic mobility, smart factory, smart appliances, smart home, smart devices, smart energy, robot, AR/VR, etc.
(1) Dielectrics (Ceramics, Polymers, Low K Dielectrics, Microwave Dielectrics)
(2) Piezoelectric Materials and Devices
(3) Pyroelectrics and Electro-Caloric Materials
(4) Ferroelectric Materials and Applications
(5) Triboelectric and Magnetoelectric Materials and Applications
Jeong Min Baik | Sungkyunkwan University
Jae Sung Son | Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Ya Yang | Chinese Academy of Sciences
Energy harvesting technology harvests energy that dissipates around us, in the form of vibration, heat, electromagnetic waves, etc. and converts it into easy-to-use electric energy. Recently, this technology is attracting wide attention as "feasible technology" that boosts the IoT and power electronics industry, enriches people’s lives, and minimizes environmental risks. Thus, the key message of the session is that this technology has moved out of the lab, into real life and industry. This session focuses on the state-of-the-arts technologies, recent topics and major challenges, as well as the future prospects of the development.
(1) Development of Triboelectric/Piezoelectric Nanogenerators
(2) Development of Thermoelectric Generators
(3) Hybrid, Multi-Source, and Integrated Energy Harvesting Technologies
(4) Low Power Converter Technology for Efficient Energy Storage
(5) Self-Powered Applications toward Commercialization of Energy Harvesting Technologies
(6) Latest Advancement in Energy Harvest Technologies
Yong-Mook Kang | Korea University
Shu-Lei Chou | University of Wollongong Dong-Wook Han | Hallym University
Byoungwoo Kang | Pohang University of Science and Technology
The application of secondary batteries has been being extended from mobile devices to new devices including EV, ESS and so on. Hence, a breakthrough is necessary to meet various aspects of new applications. This symposium will have an emphasis on both basic and applied research findings that have led to improved battery materials and to the understanding of the fundamental processes that determine and control electrochemical performance, resultantly giving new perspectives to innovate battery materials for new applications.
(1) Alkali-Ion (Li, Na, K) Batteries, Li-S & Li-Air Batteries
(2) Anode & Cathode Materials
(3) Solid Electrolytes
(4) Discovery of New Electrode Materials through Multi-Scale Simulations
(5) Advanced Analyses for Innovating Anode & Cathode Materials
(6) Battery Manufacturing Technologies
Eun Dong Kim | Korea Electrotechnology
Francesca Brunetti | University of Rome, “Tor Vergata” Aldo di Carlo | Institute of Structure of Matter, CNR Nosang V. Myung | University of Notre Dame
This symposium aims to stimulate R&D activities of various nanostructured materials such as nanostructured composites for clean and green energy ecosystem of low carbon footprint, which play crucial roles in its technological value chain from the efficient, safe, and environment-friendly production of energy to its efficient and safe use:
(1) Energy Production & Conversion; Thermal Power, Renewable Energies, Osmotic Power, Hydrogen Energy,
Heat-Exchanger, Solar Energy, Various Energy Harvesting Devices, and Etc.
(2) Energy Transportation; Electrical and Thermal Conductors, Insulators, Transportation Tubes, and Etc.
(3) Energy Storage; Electrical, Thermal, Mechanical or Magnetic Energy Storage
(4) Energy Use; Nanostructured Electrical Devices for Motors, Electrical Lighting, Electrical Heating & Cooling,
Power Electronic Devices, Polymer PTCR, Nano-Carbon Resistors, and Etc.
(5) Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs) and Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for Energy Technology
Kyoung-Jin Choi | Ulsan National Institute of
Science and Technology
Keun-Kee Hong | SHINSUNG E&G Co., Ltd. Fuzhi Huang | Wuhan University of Technology Jong Hyeok Park | Yonsei University
Many countries around the world are making competitive investments in renewable energy, such as solar and wind power for solving global warming by realizing carbon neutrality. In 2020, new annual PV installations exceed 140 GW and this year will be remembered as the year when global cumulative PV installations surpass wind power for the first time. In addition, solar technology has to play a very large role in order to reach a carbon-neutral society in the near future, which constantly demands the development of next-generation solar cell technology with price competitiveness and high efficiency at the same time. In this symposium, the world's outstanding experts will be invited in the following fields of photovoltaics and discuss the latest solar science and technology.
(1) Advanced Inorganic Solar Materials and Devices
(2) Advanced for Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
(3) Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Perovskite Materials and Devices
(4) Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Tandem Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
(5) New Concept of Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
(6) Advanced Characterization Results for Photovoltaic Devices
Jong Hyun Jang | Korea Institute of Science
Jens Oluf Jensen | Technical University of Denmark Soo-Kil Kim | Chung-Ang University
To mitigate the global energy and climate issues, such as global warming and air pollution, hydrogen-based economy is expected to be one of key solutions, requiring fuel cell and electrolysis technologies. For this, researches and developments on advanced materials and devices are highly required in order to enhance performance/durability and reduce cost. In this international symposium, presentations are invited to share recent advances in materials and devices of following technologies (but not limited to), expecting to establish a valuable information platform:
Sung-Jin Kim | Chungbuk National University Kenji Nomura | University of California San Diego Jin-Hong Park | Sungkyunkwan University
Over the past few years, there has been an explosive growth of interest in both fundamental research and device applications based on oxide materials.
This unique class of fascinating oxide materials is gaining a variety of cutting-edge applications in the fields of integrated circuits including artificial intelligence devices, thin film inverters, memory applications, TCO for solar cells, gas sensors, electrochromic and thermochromic for smart windows in architectural coatings as well as oxide TFTs in organic light-emitting diodes, liquid crystal and high definition displays in which they are regarded as the main candidates for the forthcoming “post-Si” electronics era.
(1) Thin Film Transistor for A.I. Applications
(2) Oxide TFT for Electronics and Display Applications
(3) N-Type/P-Type Semiconductor Materials
(4) Doping, Modeling and Simulation
(5) Transparent Conducting Oxides and Related Materials
(6) Sensor Applications
(7) Smart Window Applications Including Low Emissivity, Electrochromic and Thermochromics
Jae Kyoung Mun | Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Nam Kyun Kim | Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute Nando Kaminski | University of Bremen Jihyun Kim | Korea University Alexander Y. Polyakov | National University of Science and Technology MISiS Ho-Young Cha | Hongik University Julien Buckley | CEA-LETI Grenoble
This symposium will cover a wide range of materials research and device development for power electronics. Recently power electronics undergoes a new era meeting with wide-bandgap semiconductors. Power electronic systems become extremely efficient and compact by adopting new materials such as SiC, GaN and other excellent semiconducting materials. It is possible to fabricate fast switching as well as energy-efficient power devices based on the advancement of material growth and process technologies. This symposium will focus on the materials and the devices for next generation power electronic applications.
(1) Si, SiC, GaN, Ga2O3, Diamond and Related Materials for Power Electronics
(2) Crystal Growth and Epitaxial Growth
(3) Defect Analysis and Advanced Material Characterization
(4) Device Fabrication Technologies; Gate Dielectrics, Ion Implantation, Metallization, Etching, Passivation Etc.
(5) Device Design and New Device Fundamentals for Power Electronic Applications
(6) Inverters and Converters Adopting New Power Devices
Soon-Gil Yoon | Chungnam National University
Alexey Y. Kovalgin | University of Twente Junginn Sohn | Dongguk University Hisao Suzuki | Shizuoka University
Thin films and the related technologies, which include various research fields from the materials, such as electronic, ferroelectric, transparent conductive oxide, and magnetic materials, to manufacturing process and devices, will be the platform for applications in many electronic and sensing devices as well as energy devices. The recent advances and new developments in the production of thin films using various approaches such as chemical vapor deposition, sputtering, pulsed laser deposition, and spin-coating, and the typical characterization techniques such as XRD, SEM, AFM, TEM, AES, XPS, and SIMS, as well as thin film processing for potential applications in dye-sensitized solar cells and optoelectronic devices and sensors, will be a central part of the meeting. Thin film session includes thin film topics of metal, ceramics, and polymer etc. Furthermore, all of fields related with the thin films and devices are welcomed.
(1) Thin Film Transistor Having Graphene, Oxide Semiconductor, Etc.
(2) Thin Film Capacitor Using High Dielectric Constant
(3) Thin Film Based Solar Cells
(4) Thin Film Sensors
(5) Characterization of Thin Films
(6) Any Topics are Accepted If These Included Thin Films.
Do Hwan Kim | Hanyang University
Hyunhyub Ko | Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Steve Park | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Zong-Hong Lin | National Tsing Hua University
This symposium will cover all aspects of flexible, foldable and stretchable optoelectronic technologies (displays, solar cells and sensors), including deformable materials (substrates, transparent conductors, semiconductors, barrier layers) as well as novel soft processes and manufacturing methods (printing, novel deposition techniques). Also, the symposium will focus on significant progress in better understanding of all advanced soft electromaterials for UI(user interface)/UX(user experience) components including next-generation flexible and conformable sensors, integration technology, interactive feedback actuators, and implantable and transient soft optoelectronics for health-monitoring and therapy in the field of next-generation human-interactive soft electronics and advanced materials.
Topics will include:
(1) Newly developed deformable materials for soft optoelectronics
(2) Synthesis and characterization of advanced hybrid nanomaterials
(3) Advanced soft manufacturing processes
(4) Design and processes to make highly stretchable functional films
(5) Interactive soft sensors for displays and novel user-interface or experience
Yong-Hoon Kim | Sungkyunkwan University
Xugang Guo | Southern University of Science and Technology Jong Kyu Kim | Pohang University of Science and Technology Myung-Gil Kim | Sungkyunkwan University
This symposium focuses on materials, processing, and devices for emissive, non-emissive displays and optoelectronic devices. This symposium includes thin film devices such as transistors, semiconductor physics, and frontplane technologies including OLED, quantum dot QD-LEDs, and micro-LEDs. Topics include electronic and optoelectronic devices, functional emitters, and semiconductor/insulator/conducting materials for frontier displays and optoelectronic applications. This symposium addresses the recent research on theory, modelling, simulation, processing, characterization, device fabrications in display and optoelectronic technologies.
(1) Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices and Materials for Displays
(2) Semiconductor Material Synthesis and Characterizations
(3) Frontplane Technologies for Display Applications
(4) Materials and Devices for Flexible, Stretchable, and Wearable Displays and Optoelectronic Devices
(5) Novel Devices and Materials for Displays and Optoelectronic Devices
Inkyu Park | Korea Advanced Institute of
Science and Technology
Hoe Joon Kim | Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Daejong Yang | Kongju National University Da-Jeng Yao | National Tsinghua University
The importance of advanced physical sensing and actuation is rapidly increasing in the era of Industry 4.0. The applications of sensors and actuators are expanding in a variety of industrial fields such as environmental, biomedical, healthcare, robot, AR/VR, and entertainment industries.
In this symposium, we focus on the novel materials and devices for the advanced physical sensing and actuation.
By sharing the insights and knowledges of experts, we discuss the future and find vision for the next generation
sensors and actuators. The following list can be the topics for this symposium.
(1) Novel Nanomaterials and Nanostructures for Physical Sensors and Actuators
(2) Flexible, Stretchable and Wearable Sensors / Actuators – Materials & Devices
(3) Sensors and Actuators Based on MEMS/NEMS Technologies – Materials & Devices
(4) Sensors and Actuators for Healthcare, Environmental, and Biomedical Applications
(5) Sensors and Actuators for Robot, AR/VR, and Entertainment Applications
(6) Nanofabrication for Novel Physical Sensors and Actuators
Il-Doo Kim | Korea Advanced Institute of
Science and Technology
Seon-Jin Choi | Hanyang University Ho Won Jang | Seoul National University
Over the past decades, healthcare monitoring and toxic environmental gas detection have been emerging as the most important R&D fields regarding safety, human longevity, and quality of life. As recently developed Internet of Everything (IoE) platform can provide effective and efficient data collection and processing, the sensor technologies to acquire various healthcare information are highly demanded.
(1) Fundamental Characterization of Chemical Gas Sensors
(2) High Performance Bio Sensing
(3) Nanostructured E-Nose
(4) Breath Analysis and Pattern Recognition
(5) Synthesis of Multi-Dimensional Sensing Materials
Chul-Ho Lee | Korea University
Byungjin Cho | Chungbuk National University Goki Eda | National University of Singapore Cheol-Joo Kim | Pohang University of Science and Technology
This symposium aims to share recent advances in diverse research areas of 2D vdW materials, their emerging properties and applications, so as to promote crossbreeding of ideas among researchers and discuss the current status and future direction in this area.
(1) Synthesis of 2D vdW Materials and Their Heterostructures: Graphene, hBN, Transition Metal Chalcogenides,
Phosphorene, MXenes, and Others
(2) Characterization and Engineering of the Electrical, Optical, Magnetic, Thermal, Mechanical Properties in 2D
Materials and vdW Heterostructures
(3) Electronics, Valleytronics, Spintronics, Neuromorphic Applications of 2D vdW Materials
(4) Photonics and Optoelectronics Based on 2D vdW Materials
(5) Catalyst, Energy Harvesting, Sensor Application of 2D vdW Materials
(6) Computational Modeling and Simulation of 2D vdW Materials
(7) All Other Possible Areas Related to 2D vdW Materials
Yunseok Kim | Sungkyunkwan University
Si-Young Choi | Pohang University of Science and Technology Xiaoyan Lu | Harbin Institute of Technology Jong Min Yuk | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
This symposium aims to explore recent advances and developments of the following three types of materials through the state-of-art materials imaging on an atomic and nanoscale:
(1) Ferroelectric Materials
(2) Two-Dimensional Materials
(3) Energy Storage Materials
Sang Heon Lee | Sun Moon University
Yong Choi | Dankook University Akihiro Kikuchi | National Institute for Materials Science Chan Joong Kim | Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
The objective of this symposium is to exchange loading-edge information about functional and electromagnetic composites. This symposium covers recent science and technology about functional composites, electromagnetic materials, electric power devices, superconductors etc. It can highlight current progress and discuss future prospects in the synthesis, properties control, modifications, and modeling of superconductor and magnetic materials for applications.
(1) Magnetic Materials
(2) Fundamental Properties and Magnetism
(3) Electric Power Devices
(4) Superconducting Wire and Bulk
Hyun Chul Ki | Korea Photonics Technology
Jong Min Choi | McScience Inc. Yong Hyun Kim | Korea Photonics Technology Institute Byeong Yun Oh | CHEOMDANLAB Inc.
This symposium aims to introduce not only companies and research institutes that participated in the ICAE 2021 exhibition, but also materials, parts and equipment companies and research institutes related to electrical and electronic materials. The main contents of the presentation are as follows.
(1) Company or Institute Introduction
(2) R& D Field
(3) Exhibited Products, Developed and Sold Products
(4) Recruitment Related
Hoon-Kyu Shin | Pohang University of
Science and Technology
Sang-Mo Koo | Kwangwoon University Minwho Lim | Fraunhofer IISB Erlangen Jin Young Park | Kyungpook National University
The primary objective of the “Innovation Technology for Advanced Electromaterials and Devices” is to provide a symposium for discussion on all the aspects of innovation technology for advanced electromaterials and devices and related areas. This symposium wants to promote interdisciplinary collaborations among the fields of chemistry, physics, materials science, polymer science, semiconductor technology, optics and photonics, NEMS technology, life science, measurement and analysis, electrical and electronic materials and composite devices, characterization and application technology for materials and devices, nano-scale devices and others, thereby creating more effective networking among the scientists working in these fields. In particular, this year’s symposium focuses on Innovation Technology, and its themes are the following (but are not limited to):
(1) Advanced Materials and Devices (Organic, Photonic, Nano-Bio and Soft Devices, and NEMS, Sensors, Display,
Semiconductor, Graphene, CNT, Carbon)
(2) Characterization and Analysis for Advanced Materials and Devices
(3) Materials and Properties for Quantum and Quantum Biophysics
(4) Nano-Scale Devices of Advanced Electrical, Electronics, Electro-Physical, -Chemical and –Optical
(5) Nanotechnology for Thin Film, Interface, Fabrication and Systems
(6) Application Technology for Advanced Materials and Devices
(7) Others: Nanotechnology, Nanoscience and Nano-Particles
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