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NANO KOREA 2022 Symposium

Nanofabrication: Connecting Science and Technology For Better Life

July 6(Wed) ~ 8(Fri), 2022 , Korea
Online & Offline Hybrid Symposium

Invited & Oral Sessions

  • TS01
    Nano Energy Harvesting

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    Energy harvesting material and device technologies for self-powered micro and nano systems

    Introduction

    The demand for sensors is greatly increasing with the advent of the IoT era. Such a sensor system requires power for driving a sensor and communicating with a wireless network, and in certain sites where power supply is difficult, a battery is essentially installed to supply power to the wireless sensor system. However, these batteries have a limited life and must be replaced regularly. Accordingly, various energy harvesting technologies for implementing autonomous wireless sensor networks without battery replacement are drawing attention.

    Sessions
    • Energy harvesting (piezoelectric, triboelectric, inductive, thermoelectric, electrochemical, radioactive, etc.)
    • Emerging Energy harvesting technologies
    • Hybrid energy harvesting technologies
    • Energy-efficient energy management electronics for energy harvesters
    • Applications (structural and industrial health monitoring, wireless sensor network, personal human power, etc.)
  • TS02
    Nanotechnology for Solar and Hydrogen Energy

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    Nanotechnology for next generation photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical systems, photocatalysts, solar fuel, hydrogen production and storage

    Introduction

    Nanotechnology has been making important breakthroughs in the solar cell and systems for hydrogen production. For the sustainable future, solar energy should be used for electricity generation and direct energy/fuel conversion. For example, solar-to-fuel conversion is an appealing strategy to produce environmentally friendly fuels and attain sustainable energy systems. Additionally, to fabricate high efficient, stable solar cells, nanotechnology is necessary in the design of multiscale architectures and control of interface. This session will cover broad topic of solar driven or based devices for energy production and conversion. It includes perovskite solar cell, electrochemical cell, electrocatalysts, photocatalyst, photoelectrochemical cell, solar fuel technology and materials for hydrogen production and storage.

    Sessions
    • Next generation solar cells (perovskite, organic, tandem, quantum dot, etc)
    • Photoelectrochemical cells and photocatalysts
    • Solar assisted or driven production of fuels
    • CO2 conversion
    • Hydrogen production and storage
  • TS03
    Nanotechnology for the Next Generation Energy Storage

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    Next Generation Energy storage using Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology

    Introduction

    Energy storage devices are essential in various applications ranged from consumer electronics to electric vehicles and grid-based energy storage systems. The session will focus on energy storage devices including batteries and capacitors, featuring presentation delving into nanotechnologies that will impact the design and engineering of next generation energy storage products. Therefore, in this session, we will share and discuss the recent progress and prospect on a wide range topics of next generation energy storage technologies.

    Sessions
    • Li-ion, Na-ion, Dual-ion batteries
    • Supercapacitor, Pseudocapacitor
    • Lithium metal batteries, metal-air, Sulfur battery
    • All solid-state batteries, Organic batteries
    • Redox flow batteries
    • Energy storage devices in various form factors
  • TS04
    Nanobiotechnology

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    Nanobiotechnology for Bio-health

    Introduction

    Nanotechnology has been considered as a key area to overcome several limitations and huddles in various biotechnology areas. In this session, we will introduce recent cutting-edge bio-health technologies, including nano-engineered biomaterials, next-generation nanobiosensors, nanotechnology-based biomimetics, Nanotherapeutics, and Nano-tissue engineering.

    Sessions
    • Nanobio hybrid materials
    • Nanobiosensors for early diagnosis
    • Nanophotonics for bio-health applications
    • Nanotechnology for gene-editing
    • Organ-mimicking Nanotechnology
    • Cell and tissue engineering
    • Emerging nanobiotechnoogy
  • TS05
    Nanomedicine

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    Translational Nanomedicine during Pandemic

    Introduction

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, worldwide efforts are being made to develop vaccines, diagnostic techniques, and therapeutics to overcome the coronavirus. It is known that nanomedicine plays an important role in developing such vaccines, diagnostic techniques, and therapeutics. In particular, the role of lipid nanoparticles is very important for the effective action of mRNA vaccines. Therefore, this session discusses the importance and future of translational nanomedicine in the development of vaccines, diagnostic techniques, and therapeutics for the post-corona era.

    Sessions
    • Nanomedicine for clinical translation
    • Nanomedicine for COVID-19 vaccine
    • Nanomedicine for COVID-19 diagnosis
  • TS06
    Nanoelectronic Devices

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    Nanoelectronics beyond Moores law

    Introduction

    Along with Moore's Law, the silicon industry has developed rapidly over the century. However, further physical channel length scaling nearly reaches the fundamental quantum limit. Nanotechnologies have contributed to both further scale down of the conventional silicon devices and emergence of the unprecedented novel devices. In the session, various advances in nano materials, structures, and devices for electronic applications will be discussed with a focus on their intrinsic properties, operating principles, and implications to advanced silicon technologies and emerging devices. The presentations of the state-of-the-art technologies in nanoelectronics, such as neuromorphics, quantum computing, spintronics, twistronics, and exciton device will provide an overview and vision for "Nanoelectronics beyond Moore's law".

    Sessions
    • Novel materials and devices for advanced logic and memory technologies
    • Neuromorphic devices including synapse- and neuron-mimic devices
    • Spintronic and valleytronic devices
    • Light-matter interaction and exciton devices
    • Electronic devices based on low-dimensional materials
    • Sensors and actuators based on nano-materials and nano-structures
    • Organic nano-devices
  • TS07
    Nanophotonics

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    Light Matter Interactions at Nanoscale: Sensing, Imaging, and Energy Harvesting

    Introduction

    Various approaches have been attempted to overcome the limitations of existing optical techniques based on unique properties of light-matter interactions at the nano-scale. In this session, we will examine recent developments in nanophotonic technologies such as metamaterials, near-field optics, photonic crystals, plasmonics, etc using diverse optical nanostructures that have been applied to address conventional technical limitations and also explore potential application areas in optics and optoelectronics where nanophotonics may directly prove useful. Furthermore, this session will be an opportunity in which we can see emerging possibilities in nanobio technology, communication, energy, and medicine in the future.

    Sessions
    • Integration and applications of nanophotonic devices and systems
    • Light-matter interaction on a nanoscale
    • Optical Nanostructures: Metamaterials, Plasmonic materials, Photonic Crystals, Quantum Dots
    • Nanobiophotonics
    • Optical MEMS/NEMS
    • Nanophotonic devices: nanoscale waveguides, detectors and lasers
    • Nanophotonics for energy harvesting, conversion and photocatalysis
    • Silicon micro/Nanophotonics
    • Super-resolution Imaging
    • Optofluidics
    • Ultrafast optics in nanomaterials
    • Integrated micro/Nanophotonic systems
  • TS08
    Hybrid Nanomaterials for Next Generation Convergence Science and Technology

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    Innovating Hybrid Nanomaterials for the Next Paradigm of Technology and Industry

    Introduction

    Key agenda for the recent progress in convergence nanotechnology and the successful development of the emerging 4th industrial revolution can include energy, environment, bio, nanoelectronic device, sensor, and information. It is noted that hybrid nanomaterials have placed as key elements in such inter-/multi-disciplinary research and development areas. In this session, we first discuss the eye-opening advance on the design, synthesis, analysis and application of next generation hybrid nanomaterials with a focus on multidisciplenary applications, and provide a comprehensive overview on the future outlook.

    Sessions
    • Hybrid nanomaterials for the 4th industrial revolution, 5G, IoT, quantum computing and artificial intelligence
    • Emerging nanofabrication techniques for multi-disciplinary research and applications
    • Alternative materials and devices platform for new energy resources
    • Hybrid nanomaterials for environmental nanotechnology
    • Hybrid nanomaterials for medical and biomaterial
    • Next-generation nanomaterials for optics, photonics and sensors
    • Novel hybrid nanomaterials with extraordinary configurations and function
  • TS09
    Nanofabrication Platform

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    Nanofabrication Platform for Realisation and Commercialization of Nanotechnologies

    Introduction

    Over the past decades, nanofabrication platform has enabled major discoveries, innovations, and contributions to realize and commercialize by providing researchers from academia, research institutes, small and large companies with leading-edge fabrication platform, instrumentation, and expertise within all disciplines of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology. In this session, we will discuss recent research trends and current status of various technology advances, which are based on nanomaterials and nanofabrication technologies for realization and commercialization of nanotechnolgies.

    Sessions
    • Advanced Nanofabrication Process Technologies
    • Large-scale, large-volume nanomanufacturing processes
    • Nanoscale resolution nanofabrication processes
    • 3D processing, integration and packaging
    • Nanomanufacturing technologies for bio & medical applications
    • Nanosynthesis and surface treatment technologies
    • Nanofabrication Platform Development/Optimization by Machine Learning
  • TS10
    Nano Metrology & Characterization

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    Advanced Characterization and Analysis Techniques for Nanomaterials and Nanodevice

    Introduction

    The functionality and reliability of materials and device depend on the capability to delicately control physics and chemistry on an atomic level. Meanwhile, depending on such nanomaterials and nanodevices, nanoscale metrology using microscopic and spectroscopic analysis techniques need to be newly designed and developed. This session covers on (ii) metrology science to measure the practicality of materials via nanodevice based on (i) physical and chemical principles in materials phenomena.

    Sessions
    • Nanoscale microscopic, crystallographic, and spectroscopic technique
    • Nanoscale metrological techniques for measuring chemical, optical, electrochemical, electronic/magnetic, thermal, and mechanical properties
    • Operando measurement and analysis via nanodevice
    • Instruments and instrumentation for nanometrology
    • Theory and computational techniques for nanoscale metrology and characterization
  • TS11
    Nano-EHS and Standardization of NT

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    Research and Standardization for Nano EHS

    Introduction

    With the recent advancements in nanosciences and nanotechnologies, an increasing number of nanoproducts have been commercialized and introduced in our everyday life. However, as the potential hazards of these novel technologies have not yet been fully understood, concerns on their effects on human health and the environment are mounting.?In addition, there is a need to develop solutions using nanotechnology for all environmental issues in situations where serious air pollution and water pollution are due to fine dust and fine plastics. In this session, we will introduce some recent excellent research in the nanosafety, nanostandards, and environmental fields, and provide sessions for discussions that can contribute to the development of safe and sustainable nanotechnologies and the resolution of environmental problems.

    Sessions
    • Safety of Nanomaterial and Nanoproducts
    • Fate of nanomaterial in Environment
    • Standardization of Nanotechnology
    • Regulation of Nanotechnology
    • ELSI (Ethical, Legal, Societal Implications) of Nanotechnology
  • TS12
    AI and Computational Science for NT

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    Design of nanomaterials guided by AI and computational materials science

    Introduction

    Artificial intelligence(AI) and big data analysis technologies are emerging as new technologies for the design of nanomaterials. This session focuses on the design of nanomaterials in data-driven research and computational science methods. Novel approaches of nanomaterial design using advanced computational science and artificial intelligence technologies will be discussed across a wide range of applications such as renewable energy materials, catalysts, and electronic materials, and so on.

    Sessions
    • Materials property prediction of data analysis
    • Machine learning prediction of nanomaterials properties
    • AI based procedure optimization for NT
    • Computational predictions of nanomaterial properties: DFT & beyond DFT methods and molecular dynamics
    • Materials informatics for Nanotechnology
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