The Sixth U.S.-Korea Forum on Nanotechnology:
Nanoelectronics and its Integration with Applications


Las Vegas, U.S., April 28-29, 2009


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Organizers

M.S. Jhon (U.S.A.)
Carnegie Mellon University
mj3a@andrew.cmu.edu

J.W. Lee (Korea)
The National Program for Tera-level Nanodevices
jwlee@nanotech.re.kr

The Forum will be held for two days with optional third day participation:

The first day, April 28th, will consist of oral presentations. The topic will primarily be on nano-electronics fundamentals as well as integration with applications including fusion technology with bio- and sustainable energy- areas. It will include the societal implications and education. Each oral presenter will give 15 minutes talk (including questions) focusing on nano-electronics systems research initiatives, contributions, and findings.

The second day, April 29th, will have a keynote speech (Dr. Roco) and poster session and the poster presenters (early-career participants) will give 3 minutes oral talk on their poster. There will be panel discussions among the sub-groups of participants, for a closer examination of nano-electronics primarily focusing on nano-electronics fundamentals including single electron memory and nanoCMOS, fusion technology dealing primarily with bio- and energy- technology as well as applications dealing with high risk subjects on nanodevices including nanopatterning, nanodeposition and nanoanalysis for cooperation, and plans for exchanging personnel. The sub-groupí»s recommendations will be used as the basis for the summary and the action items for this Forum during the conclusion session.

The third day will be an optional tour to Grand Canyon (people who signed-up will participate).

Program Outline

Date

Outline

April 28

Keynote and Oral presentations

April 29

 

 

 

Keynote and Poster presentations

Group-discussion workshop
Agenda 1 : More Moore, Beyond CMOS

Group-discussion workshop
Agenda 2 : More than Moore and other Issues

To draw up recommendations to the government/
Signature of overall summary and recommendations

 

Meeting Place

Monte Carlo Hotel
3770 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Tel: (702)-730-7777 or (800)-311-8999

Transportation
• Directions from the airport
Exit the airport on Swenson. Turn left at Tropicana Avenue. Go about 11/2 miles until you reach Las Vegas Blvd. Turn right on Las Vegas Blvd. and go about one-quarter mile. Monte Carlo is on the left side of the Strip (Las Vegas Blvd). You should anticipate 15-30 minutes travel time, depending on traffic.
• Shuttle service
Several companies offer shuttle service to and from McCarran International Airport (approximately $5.00 per person one-way). Signs are posted on the transportation level at the airport outside baggage claim which will direct you to the shuttle area. Return shuttles run from Monte Carlo to the airport from 6:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Reservations are recommended for airport returns after 6:00 p.m. Our Bell Desk can assist you with the arrangements. Taxi service to the airport costs ranges $12 to $15 one-way.