Calling PhD students, post-docs and young engineers from industries
IEEE 2017 Summer School on “Nanoelectronic technologies and devices: From basic principles to highly reliable applications”
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In continuation of the NANORUN event series, the registration of the 2nd international course, the IEEE 2017 Summer School on “Nanoelectronic technologies and devices: From basic principles to highly reliable applications” on July 10-14 2017 is open now. It is strongly supported by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) and organized by IRT Saint Exupery and Laplace Laboratory in Toulouse (France).
All details here: http://www.irt-saintexupery.com/ieee-summer-school/
Organized by IRT Saint Exupéry, this Summer School is oriented to PhD students, post-docs and engineers.
To be held in Toulouse (France) – world center for aeronautics known as Airbus valley – European capital of the space industry and number 1 in France for embedded systems.
In this rich environment, the IEEE NTC Summer School offers a great opportunity to learn how disruptive technologies are playing key role in interdisciplinary research and industry leaders.
The course is oriented to PhD students, post-docs and young engineers from industries, and will give strong insight on the various fundamental and industry application themes.
A large number of tutorials will be given by professional’s distinguished lecturers and by high-ranking members of the industry and academic.
The course will give strong insight on the following themes:
- Introduction to nanoscience and nanotechnology applied to semiconductors and concept descriptions in solid-state physics of semiconductors, nanoelectronics and related material technology (CMOS bulk, FinFET, SOI, FD-SOI, Nanowire and Carbon nanotube transistors, 3D packaging).
- Notions in the fundamental solid-state physics of Wide-Bandgap semiconductor devices (GaN, SiC).
- Aeronautics, space and automotive applications with strong emphasis to give fundamental description of what the impact of harsh stress environment on nanoelectronics reliability engineering and Product Life Cycle are.
Registration: multiple industry packs offering several registration options with full flexibility. An Exhibition program is proposed for a limited number of booths.
Early registration Fees – Before May 26th 2017
|Student regular subscription||288 €|
|IEEE member regular subscription||720 €|
|Non IEEE member regular subscription||900 €|
Key Dates, 2017 IEEE Summer School on Nanoelectronic Technologies
|Open for registration and poster submission||MARCH 30, 2017|
|Early registration date (registration fees 27% saving)||before MAY 26, 2017|
|Late registration date (regular registration fees)||after MAY 26, 2017|
|Student Award Program participation (letter from University)||before MAY 26, 2017|
|Poster submission deadline (2 pages abstract and bios)||JUNE 10, 2017|
|Review poster results to students||JULY 1, 2017|
|SUMMER SCHOOL opening||JULY 10, 2017|
- Prof. Joseph BERNSTEIN, Ariel Univ., Ariel, Israel
- Dr André CABARBAYE, CNES, Toulouse France
- Prof. Marc CAHAY, Univ. of Cincinnati, Cincinnati (OH), USA
- Prof. Patrick CHASKIEL, CERTOP Laboratory, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Prof. Mauro CIAPPA, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
- Dr Nadine COLLAERT, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
- Dr Sombel DIAHAM, Laplace Laboratory, Univ. of Toulouse, France
- Prof. Jérémie GRISOLIA, LPCNO, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Dr Guilhem LARRIEU, LAAS-CNRS, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Dr Marie-Laure LOCATELLI, Laplace Laboratory, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Prof. Adnen MLAYAH, CEMES-CNRS, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Prof. Frédéric MORANCHO, LAAS-CNRS, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Prof. James E. MORRIS, Life Fellow IEEE, Portland State Univ., Portland (OR), USA
- Dr Sebastien PLISSARD, LAAS-CNRS, Univ. of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
- Prof. Ninoslav STOJADINOVIC, Fellow IEEE, Univ. of Nis, Serbia
- Prof. Qing ZHANG, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
INPT – SAIC «SUMMER SCHOOL 2017»
6, allée Emile Monso F-31029 Toulouse Cedex 4 – France
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