Technical Sessions (Invited&Oral)

NANO KOREA 2024 Sessions (Topics)

Last Update: May 28, 2024

TS01. Nanotechnology for Energy Harvesting

Theme

Energy Harvesting Material and Device Technologies

Introduction

Energy harvesting concerns the conversion of unused or wasted energy (mechanical force, water, air, light) in an ambient environment into useful electrical energy. It plays a pivotal role by enabling autonomous and sustainable IoT devices, ensuring their efficient operation without the constant need for battery replacements. This technology extends its influence to wearable sensors, enhancing their functionality and lifespan, particularly in the field of biomedical applications where energy-efficient, long-lasting sensors are essential for patient monitoring and healthcare advancements. Furthermore, contributing to the achievement of carbon neutrality can be facilitated through rapid transitions to cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, including innovations in green energy harvesting technologies such as hydrogen production and carbon dioxide reduction technologies.

Topics

  • Fundamental research on materials and energy harvesting technologies
  • Emerging nanomaterials and energy harvesting technologies
  • Triboelectric, piezoelectric, thermoelectric, photovolatic technologies
  • Green energy harvesting including hydrogen generation and carbon dioxide reduction
  • Energy storage and management
  • System-level integration and optimization
  • Application-specific studies, such as in IoT sensors, wearable devices, and biomedical applications

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Cafer T. Yavuz
Affiliation King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Title Syngas Economy with Green Hydrogen for Rapid Decarbonization of Fuels and Chemicals
Speaker Prof. Hyesung Park
Affiliation Korea University
Title Phase Engineering in Transition Metal Dichalcogenides toward Efficient Electrocatalysis
Speaker Dr. Hyun-Cheol Song
Affiliation Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Title Piezoelectric DC Generator through Sequential In-Phase Polarization Variation
Speaker Dr. Jae Hyun Kim
Affiliation Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
Title Composite Solid Electrolytes of Synergistic Integration with Energy Harvesting Device
Speaker Prof. Jun Chen
Affiliation University of California, Los Angeles
Title Smart Textiles for Personalized Health Care
Speaker Prof. Lawrence Yoon Suk Lee
Affiliation Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Title Doping and Interface Engineering of Electrocatalysts for Efficient Water Splitting
Speaker Prof. Long Ye
Affiliation Tianjin University
Title Optimization Guidelines and Strategies for Intrinsically Stretchable Organic Photovoltaics
Speaker Prof. Zuankai Wang
Affiliation Hong Kong Polytechnic University

TS02. Nanomaterials for the Next-Generation Batteries

Theme

Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology for Next-Generation Batteries

Introduction

To usher in the era of carbon neutrality, early expansion of electric vehicles and energy storage systems is crucial, and for this purpose, the advancement of lithium secondary battery technology and the development of next-generation batteries are necessary. In the next-generation battery session, we are dealing with nanomaterials and nanotechnology to enhance the performance of next-generation batteries. We will discuss the latest research results and prospects for various materials, processes, and systems.

Topics

  • Li-ion batteries
  • Na-ion, Mg-ion, K-ion, Zn-ion, Al-ion batteries
  • Li metal batteries, Metal-air batteries, Li-Sulfur batteries
  • All-solid-state batteries
  • Organic batteries
  • Redox flow batteries
  • Supercapacitor, pseudocapacitor
  • Energy storage devices in various form factors
  • Battery reuse and recycling
  • Manufacturing process for batteries

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Jae Chul Kim
Affiliation Stevens Institute of Technology
Title Materials Processing to Create Fibrous Structures and its Application to Battery Manufacturing
Speaker Prof. Jin Xie
Affiliation ShanghaiTech University
Title Advancements in Surface Engineering through Atomic Layer Deposition for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Speaker Prof. Jong Min Yuk
Affiliation Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Title High-Performance Sodium-Ion Battery using Copper Sulfide Anode and NASICON-Type Cathode
Speaker Prof. Jun Young Cheong
Affiliation University of Glasgow
Title Progress and Future Perspectives on Employing Electrospun Nanofibers for Advanced Energy Storage Systems
Speaker Dr. Minah Lee
Affiliation Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Title Direct Regeneration of Spent Battery Cathodes using Recyclable Electron Donors under Ambient Conditions
Speaker Prof. Min-Kyu Song
Affiliation Washington State University
Title Metal-Organic-Framework-Based Quasi-Solid-State Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries
Speaker Prof. Seong-Min Bak
Affiliation Yonsei University
Title Advanced Synchrotron-based X-ray Characterization Studies of Next-Generation Battery Materials
Speaker Prof. Shou-Hang Bo
Affiliation Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Title Mapping and Modeling Physicochemical Fields in Solid-State Batteries

TS03. Nanotechnology for Eco-friendly Energy

Theme

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.

Topics

  • 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

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Heechae Choi
Affiliation Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Title Rational Designs of Metal/Semiconductor Heterojunction Catalysts, Electrocatalysts, and Photoanodes using Multi-Scale Simulations and Machine Learning
Speaker Prof. Hyacinthe Randriamahazaka
Affiliation Paris City University
Title Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy as Tool for Elucidating Electrocatalytical Reaction Mechanisms for Energy Application
Speaker Prof. Jae Won Shim
Affiliation Korea University
Title Highly Efficient Organic Photovoltaics under Indoor Light Conditions
Speaker Prof. Jihun Oh
Affiliation Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Title Single Atom Catalysts for Efficient and Selective Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
Speaker Prof. Wallace Choy
Affiliation The University of Hong Kong
Title High-Performance Electrodes and Carrier Transport Layers for Flexible/ Foldable Photovoltaic Modules
Speaker Prof. ZHOU Yuanyuan
Affiliation The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Title Interface Geometry and Intra-Crystal Disorder in Perovskite Solar Cells

TS04. Hybrid Nanomaterials for Next Generation Convergence Technology

Theme

Innovating Hybrid Nanomaterials for the Next Paradigm of Technology and Industry

Introduction

The key agenda for the recent progress in converging nanotechnology and the successful development of the 4th industrial revolution can include energy, environment, bio, nanoelectronic devices, sensors, and information technology. Hybrid nanomaterials are critical elements in such inter-/multi-disciplinary research and development areas. In this session, we first discuss the eye-opening advance in the design, synthesis, analysis, and application of next-generation hybrid nanomaterials, focusing on multidisciplinary applications and providing a comprehensive overview of the future outlook.

Topics

  • Advanced hybrid nanomaterials for future mobility and industry
    • Urban air mobility (UAM)
    • Micro and personal mobility
    • Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV)
    • Thermal management for next generation mobility
    • Electric motors for future mobility
    • Battery cells, modules, and packs
    • Smart lightweight metals
    • Multidisciplinary convergence technology

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Hiroki KURITA
Affiliation Tohoku University
Title Energy-Harvesting and Mass Sensor Performance of Structurally Designed Iron–Cobalt Magnetostrictive Alloy
Speaker Dr. Kwangjae Park
Affiliation National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Title Rare Earth Alloy Nanopowder Prepared by Induction Thermal Plasma Process for Developing High Performance Permanent Magnet
Speaker Dr. Seungchan Cho
Affiliation Korea Institute of Materials Science
Title Fabrication and Evaluation of Metal Matrix Composites Enhanced with Nano/Micro Reinforcements
Speaker Prof. Wookjin Lee
Affiliation Pusan National University
Title Control of Nanostructure to Manipulate Shape Memory Behavior of Laser 3D Printed Fe-Mn-Si Alloy
Speaker Prof. Yoshimi Watanabe
Affiliation Nagoya Institute of Technology
Title Effects of Inoculation of Heterogeneous Nucleation Site Particles on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Light Metals

TS05. Nanomaterials for Extreme Environments and Applications

Theme

Nanotechnology for Materials to Explore Untamed Areas of Humanity

Introduction

With the advancement of industrial society, the living environment for humanity, including climate change, is gradually becoming harsher. Besides, exploration of uncharted territories by humanity is becoming an essential part for the sustainability of humanity. In this session, we aim to share and discuss the latest research findings in nano-materials for ensuring reliability under extreme environments such as ultra-high / low temperatures, very high pressure, severe corrosion, aerospace applications and so on.

Topics

  • Materials for extremely low temperature applications
  • Materials for extremely high temperature applications
  • Materials for ultra-high pressure environment
  • Materials for aerospace applications
  • Materials for nuclear reactors
  • Materials for extremely corrosive environment
  • Materials for high speed applications

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. An-Chou Yeh
Affiliation National Tsing Hua University
Title Formation of Disordered Nano Particles and their Influence on the Elevated Temperature Deformation of High Entropy Superalloys
Speaker Prof. Hidemi Kato
Affiliation Tohoku University
Title Liquid Metal Dealloying: A New Metallurgical Method Utilizing Unmixing Properties
Speaker Prof. Jae Bok Seol
Affiliation Gyeongsang National Univiersity
Title Atomic-Scale Observation of Twinning-Induced Phase Transformation in Ni-Based Superalloys
Speaker Prof. Jae-il Jang
Affiliation Hanyang University
Title Recent Nanoindentation Studies on Novel Materials R&D
Speaker Prof. Mingxin HUANG
Affiliation The University of Hong Kong
Title Strengthening Complex Concentrated Alloy without Ductility Loss by 3D Printing Induced High-Density Coherent Nanoparticles
Speaker Prof. Seok-Woo Lee
Affiliation University of Connecticut
Title Micro-Tensile Behavior of Body-Centered-Cubic Metal Single Crystals at Cryogenic Temperatures
Speaker Prof. Upadrasta Ramamurty
Affiliation Nanyang Technological University
Title Microstructural Design of Alloys using 3D Printing
Speaker Dr. Young-Sang Na
Affiliation Korea Institute of Materials Science
Title Thermoplastic Forming of Zr-Based Metallic Glasses including Gas Pressure Molding and Nanoimprinting Lithography
Speaker Prof. Zenji Horita
Affiliation Kyushu University
Title Enhancing Mechanical and Functional Properties using Severe Plastic Deformation under High-Pressure
Speaker Prof. Zhijun Wang
Affiliation Northwestern Polytechnical University
Title Design of Bulk Nanostructured Eutectic High Entropy Alloy and its Application for Electrocatalysis

TS06. Nanomaterials and Emerging Technologies for Next Generation Sensors

Theme

Nanomaterials, Devices, Systems, and Applications (physical, chemical, optical, bio/healthcare) for Next Generation Sensor Platform

Introduction

In order to achieve innovation in future technologies such as sensory humanoid robots and the realization of a complete metaverse, advancements in various sensor technologies are required. This session is dedicated to introducing the cutting-edge trends in research and development of sensor technologies that can be applied to various industries, driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The goal is to offer a comprehensive forum for in-depth discussions and scholarly exchange concerning the latest sensor technologies (physical, chemical, optical, bio/healthcare), including novel nanomaterials used in sensing layers, sensor devices, sensor systems, and platforms.

Topics

  • Design and synthesis of novel hybrid sensing nanomaterials
  • Characterizations and applications of nanosensors (physical, chemical, optical, bio/healthcare)
  • Multiplexed sensor devices and arrays for data analysis (machin&deep leaerning)
  • Wearable & flexible sensing systems for monitoring/diagnostic applications
  • Integrated IoT sensing systems for POCT applications

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Do Hwan Kim
Affiliation Hanyang University
Title Monolithic Artificial Tactile Neuron for Augmented Synaptic Memory
Speaker Prof. Inkyu Park
Affiliation Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Title Ultra-Low-Power and High-Performance Electronic Nose by Monolithic MicroLED-Semiconductor Metal Oxide (SMO) Gas Sensors
Speaker Prof. Jeong-Yun Sun
Affiliation Seoul National University
Title Glass Transition Temperature as a Unified Parameter to Design Self----Healable Elastomers
Speaker Prof. Joohoon Kang
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Solution-Processed Van Der Waals Heterostructures for Electronic Sensing Applications
Speaker Prof. Naoji Matsuhisa
Affiliation The University of Tokyo
Title Skin-Conformable Sensors and Displays using Stretchable Polymer Electronic Materials
Speaker Prof. Dr. Sebastian Kruss
Affiliation Bochum University
Title Near Infrared Fluorescent Nanosensors for Biomedical Imaging
Speaker Prof. Seong H. Kim
Affiliation Pennsylvania State University
Title Understanding Humidity Effects from a Surface Science Point of View – Properties of Adsorbed Water Layer and Sensor Responses
Speaker Prof. Tedrick Thomas Salim Lew
Affiliation National University of Singapore
Title Near-Infrared Optical Nanosensors for Plant Stress Monitoring

TS07. Nanomaterials for Biotechnology

Theme

Nanomaterials for Biotechnology Applications

Introduction

Biomimetic nanomaterial has been considered as a key resource to overcome several limitations and huddles in various biotechnology applications. In this session, we will introduce recent cutting-edge biotechnologies including biodegradable nanomaterials, nanobiosensors, nanobiochips, nanomaterial-based biomimetics, and nanoscale-based cell engineering.

Topics

  • Biodegradable nanomaterial
  • Nanobiosensor
  • Nanobiochip & BioMEMS
  • Nanobiophotonics
  • Organ-mimicking nanobiotechnology
  • Cell engineering
  • Emerging nanobiotechnoogy

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Donghee Son
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Self-Healing, Stretchable, and Tissue-Adhesive Materials for Stable Bioelectronics
Speaker Prof. Hyungsoon Im
Affiliation Massachusetts General Hospital
Title Plasmon-Enhanced Multiplexed Analysis of Single Extracellular Vesicles
Speaker Prof. Letao Yang
Affiliation Tongi University
Title Dynamic Interference Nanolithography Integrated with Machine Learning for Predictive Stem Cell Fate Mapping
Speaker Prof. Seongjun Park
Affiliation Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Title Next-Generation Biomedical and Neural Interfaces from Fibers to Nanomaterials
Speaker Prof. Seung-Woo Cho
Affiliation Yonsei University
Title Nanobiomaterials for Advanced Organoid Platforms
Speaker Dr. Xu Chenjie
Affiliation City University of Hong Kong
Title Cryomicroneedles for Intradermal Cell Delivery
Speaker Prof. Yong Sam Jung
Affiliation Nanjing Agricultural University
Title Rapid and High Sensitive Diagnostic Method of African Swine Fever Virus using an Antibody-Conjugated-Point of Care Tests
Speaker Prof. Yoonjee Park
Affiliation University of Cincinnati
Title Dose-Controllable Long-Term Drug Delivery Systems

TS08. Nanomaterials for Healthcare Devices

Theme

Soft Healthcare Nanomaterials and Devices for In-Situ Monitoring and Medical Care

Introduction

Future healthcare relies heavily on personalized, remote, and real-time diagnostic and therapeutic solutions. Accordingly, there's an increasing focus on diverse nanomaterials and devices designed for continuous health monitoring, whether through internal or external attachments or integrations. This session aims to share advancements in nanomaterials, photonic materials, biomaterials, and thin-film electronics, along with their associated processing and device applications. It also includes extended research covering their biocompatibility, functionality, and reliability for translation into the industry.

Topics

  • Wearable and skin-attachable materials for electronics and displays
  • Advanced digital healthcare soft devices and soft robotics
  • Biodegradable, resorbable and sustainable healthcare materials
  • Biohybrid materials and devices for healthcare and medical treatment
  • Printing and addictive manufacturing for diagnosis tools and devices
  • Unusual biomaterials for self-healing, multifunctional responsiveness and breathability
  • Hydrogel materials for soft electronics and ionic devices

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Hyunhyub Ko
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Bio-Inspired Skin-like Sensors for Healthcare Applications
Speaker Prof. Jiheong Kang
Affiliation Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Title Designer Self-Healing Materials for Bioelectronics
Speaker Prof. Junmin Lee
Affiliation Pohang University of Science and Technology
Title High-Throughput and Dynamic Biochip Systems for Tissue Engineering and Organs-on-a-Chip
Speaker Dr. Kenjiro Fukura
Affiliation RIKEN
Title Ultrathin Organic Electronics for Healthcare Devices
Speaker Prof. Nathan Gianneschi
Affiliation Northwestern University
Title Proteomimetic Polymers as Novel Therapeutics
Speaker Prof. Sang‐Woo Kim
Affiliation Yonsei University
Title Triboelectric Energy Harvesting for Biomedical Applications
Speaker Prof. Sheng Xu
Affiliation University of California San Diego
Title Wearable Ultrasound Technology
Speaker Prof. Suk-Won Hwang
Affiliation Korea University
Title Soft, Resorbable Bioelectronics

TS09. Nanomedicine

Theme

Tailoring Nanomedicine for Your Health

Introduction

Nanomedicine offers numerous possibilities for groundbreaking developments in various fields, including biotechnology and medicine. In this session, we will introduce recent outstanding research on the synthesis and characteristics of nanomaterials and explore how these nanomaterials are applied in the fields of biotechnology and medicine. This session provides an opportunity for researchers in the fields of nanomaterials, biotechnology, and medicine to gather together to review and exchange opinions on the development and prospects of the fields of nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine.

Topics

  • Biomimetic nanomaterials
  • Immunoengineering
  • Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
  • Biosensor based on nanomaterials
  • Synthesis and characterization of nano-biomaterials
  • Nanotechnology for smart drug delivery
  • Polymeric biomaterials

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Gayong Shim
Affiliation Soongsil University
Title Concatemeric DNA-Assisted Metal Nanoclusters for Cancer Immunotherapy
Speaker Prof. Hak Soo Choi
Affiliation Harvard University
Title Bioengineering and Nanomedicine for Cancer Theranostics
Speaker Prof. Hsing-Wen Sung
Affiliation National Tsing Hua University
Title Noninvasive Gut-to-Brain Oral Delivery Systems
Speaker Prof. James Moon
Affiliation University of Michigan
Title Engineering Strategies to Modulate the Gut Microbiome and Immune System
Speaker Prof. Jihoon Kim
Affiliation Chung-Ang University
Title An Injectable Hydrogel for Locoregional Anticancer Immunotherapy
Speaker Dr. Jun Shik Choi
Affiliation Korea Institute of Radiological & Medical Sciences
Title Self-Adjusting Peptide-Based Carrier for mRNA Delivery in Nanotube Structure with High Thermodynamic Stability
Speaker Prof. Kuo-Hsiang Chuang
Affiliation Taipei Medical University
Title Development of a Subcutaneously Injectable Bispecific T Cell Engager Loaded Thermosensitive Sustained Release Hydrogel to Construct and Proliferate Tumor-Specific T Cells In Vivo
Speaker Prof. Nobuhiro Nishiyama
Affiliation Tokyo Institute of Technology
Title Novel Core-Shell Design for Smart Polymeric Micelles
Speaker Prof. Sejin Son
Affiliation Inha University
Title Polysaccharide-Based Cancer Vaccine Strategies for Precision Cancer Medicine
Speaker Prof. Weiping Wang
Affiliation The University of Hong Kong
Title Photoresponsive Nanomedicine for the Treatment of Cancer and Eye Diseases
Speaker Prof. Young-Eun Cho
Affiliation Andong National University
Title Plant-Derived Nanovesicles: Revolutionizing Osteoporosis Prevention

TS10. Nanoelectronic and Quantum Devices

Theme

From Nanoelectronics to Quantum Technology

Introduction

To adapt to the new world of virtual reality, metaverse, big data, and beyond, there is an absolute need for the next generation technology than can overcome the present technological limits and develop new types of electronic devices. Nanotechnologies have contributed to both further scale down of the conventional silicon devices and emergence of the unprecedented novel devices, such as quantum 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 presentation of these cutting-edge research findings will provide an opportunity to illuminate the role of nanoelectronic engineering in ushering in the quantum era and presenting its vision.

Topics

  • Novel materials and devices for advanced logic and memory technologies
  • Neuromorphic devices including synapse- and neuron-mimic devices
  • Single-photon emitter materials and devices
  • Spintronic and valleytronic devices
  • Light-matter interaction and exciton devices
  • Electronic devices based on low-dimensional materials
  • Quantum sensor, quantum communications

Invited Speakers

Speaker Dr. Hanhee Paik
Affiliation IBM Research
Title Quantum Computing as a Tool for Scientific Research: Era of Quantum Utility
Speaker Prof. Hitoshi Wakabayashi
Affiliation Tokyo Institute of Technology
Speaker Prof. Jiyoung Kim
Affiliation University of Texas at Dallas
Title Scaling of Operating Voltage of HZO Ferroelectric Capacitors for Low Power Nonvolatile Memory Applications
Speaker Prof. Jong-Hyun Ahn
Affiliation Yonsei University
Title Large-Area Electronics based on 2D Materials
Speaker Prof. Junho Suh
Affiliation Pohang University of Science and Technology
Title Superconducting Cavity Electromechanics for Quantum Sensing
Speaker Prof. Roland Kawakami
Affiliation The Ohio State University
Speaker Dr. Silvano De Franceschi
Affiliation CEA Grenoble
Title Semiconductor Technology for Quantum Computing
Speaker Prof. Yang Chai
Affiliation Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Title Bioinspired in-Sensor Spectral Adaptation for Perceiving Spectrally Distinctive Features
Speaker Prof. Yosep Kim
Affiliation Korea University
Title Hamiltonian Engineering for Fixed-Frequency Superconducting Qubits
Speaker Prof. Yun-Pil Shim
Affiliation The University of Texas at El Paso
Title Hole-Based Spin Qubits in Semiconductor Quantum Dot Systems

TS11. Nanophotonics and its Applications

Theme

Interactions of Photons with Nano-Structures and their Applications

Introduction

The interaction of light with nanoscale materials and structures presents new possibilities in the generation of light, control of light, and measurement of light due to its unique and diverse properties. These new nanophotonics technologies can be actively used in bio, medicine, displays, communications, and quantum information. In this session, it is discussed how we can overcome existing technological limitations and create new applications by exchanging the latest research results and ideas in the fields of nanophotonic technologies such as metamaterials, near-field optics, photonic crystals, and plasmonics, quantum information processing as well as nanostructure fabrication and manufacturing.

Topics

  • Light manipulation on a nanoscale
    • Plasmonics: metallic nanostructures and their optical properties
    • Meta materials, metasurface, physics and engineering
    • Nanowaveguide and nanophotonic devices & systems
    • Photonic integrated circuits, and silicon photonics: active and passive devices and circuits
    • Ultrafast and nonlinear optics in nano- and low-dimensional materials
  • Light detection on a nanoscale
    • Near-field optical microcopy
    • Nanobiophotonics, Super-resolution Imaging, Optofluidics
  • Light & optical energy generation on a nanoscale
    • Nanolasers
    • Nano, micro LEDs
    • Nanophotonics for energy harvesting
  • Quantum optics & Photonic quantum information
    • Quantum photonic detection, generation, manipulation, and integrated system
  • Nanophotonic devices and sensors
    • Photonic nanostructure implementation
    • Nanophotonic device applications
    • Nanophotonic sensor applications

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Ahmed A. Busnaina
Affiliation Northeastern University
Title Sustainable and Scalable Additive Manufacturing of Nano Plasmonic Platform for Spectroscopy, Sensing and Thermal Management
Speaker Prof. Johnny Ho
Affiliation City University of Hong Kong
Title Design of Optoelectronic Devices through Phase Change, Doping, and Multi-Dimensional Heterostructure Engineering
Speaker Prof. Jongwon Lee
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Intersubband Polaritonic Metasurfaces
Speaker Prof. Jun-Hee Na
Affiliation Chungnam National University
Title Physical Unclonable Function of Surface Random Wrinkles with Anisotropic Matter
Speaker Prof. Nam-Joon Cho
Affiliation Nanyang Technological University
Title Nanopot Plasmonic Sensor: A Platform for Detecting a Wide Range of Viruses
Speaker Prof. Sun-Je Kim
Affiliation Myongji University
Title Design of Holographic near Eye Display for Augmented Reality based on Hybrid Flat Optics
Speaker Prof. Zhiyoung FAN
Affiliation The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Title Bioinspired Smart Sensors with Nanostructures

TS12. Sustainable Process and Nanomaterials

Theme

Process and Nanomaterials for the Sustainability of Advanced Nanotechnologies

Introduction

Advances in nanotechnology are bringing advances in a variety of fields, including next-generation solar, hydrogen, displays, biotechnology, and more. At the same time, concern for the environment and the future has led to questions about how to bring these advances into the daily life. This has led us to think about sustainability in terms of processes and nanomaterials, and we will discuss various recent research trends in this area.

Topics

  • Non-toxic element based nanomaterials
  • Nanomaterials for sustainability
  • Green process for nanomaterials and device
  • Recycling and management process for nanomaterials

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Chan Woo Lee
Affiliation Kookmin University
Title Core-Shell Structured Mixed Metal Oxide Nanoclusters for Electrocatalytic Applications
Speaker Prof. Fei Zhang
Affiliation Tianjin University
Title Research on Safe Perovskite Solar Cells
Speaker Prof. Hee Jung Kim
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Nanomaterials and Sustainable Process for Environmentally Viable Perovskite Solar Cells
Speaker Prof. Hobeom Kim
Affiliation Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Title Defect Engineering of Metal-Halide Perovskites for Next-Generation Optoelectronic Devices
Speaker Dr. Ju Young Woo
Affiliation Korea Institute of Industrial Technology
Title Highly Stable and Off-State-Free Environmental-Friendly InP/ZnSe/ZnS Quantum Dots Achieved by Wavefunction Engineering
Speaker Prof. Seigo Ito
Affiliation University of Hyogo
Title Fabrication of Cot-Effective Carbon-Based Multiporous-Layered-Electrode Perovskite Solar Cells
Speaker Prof. Sudarsan Tamang
Title Sikkim University
Title Metal Halide Perovskite Quantum Dots as Visible-Light Photocatalyst for Organic Transformation
Speaker Dr. Young Yun Kim
Affiliation Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology
Title Green Processing of Scalable, High-Performance Perovskite Solar Cells and Modules

TS13. Nanofabrication Process and Platform

Theme

The Fabrication Processes and Platform Technologies Facilitating the Realization and Commercialization of Materials, Structures at the Nanoscale, as well as Components and Products Derived from Nano-Materials or Structures

Introduction

Over the past decades, advancements in nanofabrication processes and platform technologies have played a pivotal role in translating academic breakthroughs into practical or commercial applications across a wide array of nanoscience and technology sectors. In this session, we will discuss in detail the latest trends and progress in technologies associated with nanofabrication processes and platforms.

Topics

  • Advanced nanofabrication process technologies
  • Large-scale, large-volume nanomanufacturing processes
  • Nanoscale resolution nanofabrication processes and platform
  • 3D processing, integration, and packaging for structures and materials at the nanoscale
  • Nanomanufacturing technologies for bio & medical applications
  • Nanosynthesis and surface treatment technologies
  • Nanofabrication platform development/Optimization by machine learning
  • Manufacturing technology for inorganic or organic materials in nanoscale
  • Fabrication process using nano composite or hybrid material
  • Digital transformation for nanofabrication

Invited Speakers

Speaker Dr. Arne Schleunitz
Affiliation Micro Resist Technology GmbH
Title Driving Innovation through Advanced Material Solutions for Micro-Nano-Fabrication
Speaker Prof. Dongwhi Choi
Affiliation Kyung Hee University
Title Platform Technology for Enhanced Performance of Contact Electrification Based Electricity Generator
Speaker Prof. Eon Soo Lee
Affiliation New Jersey Institute of Technology
Title Nanofabricated Multiplex Assay Biochip for Simple, Fast, and Accurate Blood Tests in the Microfluidic Platform
Speaker Dr. Gilgueng Hwang
Affiliation Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Title 3D/4D Printing of Soft Microdevices
Speaker Dr. Jae Sung Yoon
Affiliation Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials
Title Versatile Photonic Crystal Arrays for Colorimetric Sensing
Speaker Prof. Jangho Kim
Affiliation Chonnam National University
Title Nano-Stem Cells Therapeutics for High Quality Tissue Regeneration
Speaker Prof. Jeong Jae Wie
Affiliation Hanyang University
Title Magnetic Nanocomposites for Agile Micro-Robotics
Speaker Prof. Jimin Kwon
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Amorphous Oxide Semiconductor Transistor Enables Monolithic 3D Integration of Logic and Memory
Speaker Prof. Jiyun Kim
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Digitizing Soft Machine: Programmable Materials, Structures and Devices
Speaker Prof. Kyoung G. Lee
Affiliation National NanoFab Center
Title Bio-MEMS Fabrication Process for Biomedical Application
Speaker Prof. Seungjun Chung
Affiliation Korea University
Title Self-Powered Skin-Mountable Electronics on Soft Platforms
Speaker Dr. Soongeun Kwon
Affiliation Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials
Title Laser Processing of Graphene Electrodes for High-Performance Energy Storage Devices
Speaker Dr. Tae Jae Lee
Affiliation National NanoFab Center
Title Nano Biosensor Platform and Applications of National NanoFab Center
Speaker Prof. Ting Zhang
Affiliation Chinese Academy of Science
Title The Vacuum Interconnected Nanotech Workstation (Nano-X): A New Paradigm for Nano/Atomic Fabrication
Speaker Dr. Yongrok Jeong
Affiliation Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
Title Nanoribbon Yarns with Versatile Materials

TS14. Nanometric Metrology and Computation

Theme

Advanced Characterization and Computation 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 (i) physical and chemical principles in materials phenomena and (ii) metrology science to measure the practicality of materials via nanodevice.

Topics

  • Nanoscale microscopic and crystallographic techniques
  • Nanoscale spectroscopic techniques
  • Nanoscale metrological techniques for measuring thermal, electronic/magnetic, and mechanical properties
  • Operando measurement and analysis via nanodevice
  • Theory and computation science for nanoscale phenomena
  • Instruments for nanometrology

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Hanghui Chen
Affiliation New York University Shanghai
Title Emergent Phenomena in Complex Oxide Thin Films
Speaker Prof. Dr. He Tian
Affiliation Zhejiang University
Title In-situ Manipulation of the Ferroelectric Domain and Domain Walls
Speaker Prof. Hiromichi Ohta
Affiliation Hokkaido University
Title Oxide-Based Solid-State Electrochemical Thermal Transistors
Speaker Prof. Hu Young Jeong
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Interface Analysis of Nano-Scale Semiconductor Thin Films using Cross-Sectional TEM
Speaker Dr. Hwanhui Yun
Affiliation Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology
Title Breakdown Behavior of PMTJ Investigated via In-Situ Analytical STEM
Speaker Dr. Mingmin Yang
Affiliation Hefei National Laboratory
Title Emergent Piezoelectric Effect at Engineered Polar Interfaces
Speaker Prof. Qiye Zheng
Affiliation The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Title Nanoscale Temperature Mapping for Operating Devices with Reflection Electron Elastic Energy Thermometry (REEET)
Speaker Prof. Taeyong Kim
Affiliation Seoul National University
Title Exploring Quasi-Particle Transport in Polymers
Speaker Prof. Young-Min Kim
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Deep Learning Sub-nm Resolution Crystallographic Mapping of Polycrystalline Doped Hafnium Oxide Thin Films

TS15. Nanotechnology in EHS(Environment, Health, Safety) & Standardization

Theme

New Trends in Nanotechnology: EHS(Environment, Health, Safety) & Standardization

Introduction

Recent developments in nanosciences and nanotechnology have led to the commercialization and incorporation of an increasing number of nanoproducts into our daily life. Since we don't fully understand the risks that these new technologies pose, there are growing concerns about how they will affect people's health and the environment. For instance, there are increasing concerns on the effects of micro- and nano- sized plastics in the environment and human health, while developments and applications of novel 2D nanomaterials request urgent development of innovative assessment technologies for these advanced materials. In this session, we'll offer forums for discussing about important issues related to the nanosafety, standardization, and nano ESG that can help development of safe and sustainable nanotechnologies.

Topics

  • Innovative technologies for the assessments of advanced (nano)materials: NAM (New Approach Methodology) & IATA (Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment)
  • Standardization of nanotechnology for environment, health, and safety
  • ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) in nanotechnology
  • Characterization and safety evaluation of nanoproducts: SSbD(Safety & Sustainability by Design)
  • Standardization of future nanomaterials (quantum dots and 2D materials, etc)

Invited Speakers

Speaker Dr. Anil Patri
Affiliation Food and Drug Administration
Title Nanotechnology Regulatory Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Speaker Prof. Chang-Hee Cho
Affiliation Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
Title Defect Removal of 2D Semiconductors by Fixating Chemisorbed Oxygen Molecules via h-BN Encapsulations
Speaker Dr. Da Yong Lee
Affiliation Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology
Title Maternal Nanoplastic Ingestion Induces an Increase in Offspring Body Weight through Altered Lipid Species and Microbiota
Speaker Dr. Hee-Kyung Na
Affiliation Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science
Title Advancing Nanotechnology in Industry: Standardization Challenges and Opportunities in Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering for Molecular Detection
Speaker Prof. Hyunjoon Kong
Affiliation University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Title Active Biohybrid Matters for Fights Against Infection and Pollution
Speaker Prof. Jongnam Park
Affiliation Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Title Synthesis of Surface Engineered Quantum Dots for Optoelectronic and Biological Applications
Speaker Prof. Ki-Tae Kim
Affiliation Seoul National University of Science and Technology
Title Efficiency of Embryonic Zebrafish Model in Toxicology: Toxicity of Nanoparticles
Speaker Dr. Marco Monopoli
Affiliation Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Title Understanding the Nanomaterial Interaction with Biomolecules, a Journey from Safety to Applications in Modern Medicine
Speaker Dr. Min Soh
Affiliation HyeonTechNBio, Inc.
Title Ceria-Based Therapeutic Antioxidants for Radioprotection
Speaker Prof. Sangyeon Pak
Affiliation Hongik University
Title Copper Sulfide Electrodes for Electronic and Optoelectronic Device Applications
Speaker Dr. Somin Lee
Affiliation Korea Conformity Laboratories
Title An Optimization of Bronchoalveolar Lavage Fluid (BALF) Analysis Methods for Inhalation Toxicity Testing of Nanomaterials: Importance of Standardization and Efforts to Develop ISO International Standard Test Methods
Speaker Dr. Tommaso Sechi
Affiliation Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Title CHIASMA, INSIGHT and PINK: An European Approach to Animal-Free Safe and Sustainable by Design
Speaker Dr. Wonjoon Shim
Affiliation Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology
Title Generation of Nano- and Microplastic from Thermoplastics by Solar Simulated Photooxidation and Mechanical Abrasion
Speaker Prof. Won-Kyu Park
Affiliation Sungkyunkwan University
Title Capability and Competitiveness of Top 188 Companies Active in Nanotechnology

TS16. Computational Materials and Data Science for Nanotechnology

Theme

Advanced Applications of Computational Modeling and Al for the Materials/Process Design in Nanomaterials

Introduction

Computational materials science and data-driven insights occupy pivotal positions in our quest to understand and engineer cutting-edge functional nanomaterials. The primary objective of this session is to disseminate the latest breakthroughs in the realms of computational materials science, materials databases, and artificial intelligence (AI), catering to a diverse audience of researchers, spanning not only this field but also its interdisciplinary applications. Among the topics of focus are the next generation of electronic/photonic nanomaterials, nanomaterials for renewable energy and energy storage, computational techniques for material design and characterization, and the advancement of state-of-the-art computational methodologies.

Topics

  • Multiscale modeling and machine learning for nanomaterial design
  • Nanomaterials for next generation of electronic/photonic devices
  • Nanomaterials for renewable energy and energy storage
  • Computational tools for nanomaterial characterization
  • Computational modeling for simulating the manufacturing of nanodevices/nanomaterials
  • AI for optimizing nanomaterial-based devices and systems
  • Collaborative approaches in nanomaterial research

Invited Speakers

Speaker Prof. Dr. Harald Oberhofer
Affiliation University of Bayreuth
Title Predicting Polaron Stabilities and Barriers in Battery Materials
Speaker Prof. Oleg Prezhdo
Affiliation University of Southern California
Title Ab Initio Quantum Dynamics of Electronic Excitations in Quantum Dots: Semiconducting, Metallic and Perovskite
Speaker Dr. Seung Cheol Lee
Affiliation Indo Korea Science and Technology Center
Title Optimizing MXenes for the Future: Single Atom Catalys, Electronic Transport, and Spintronic Applications
Speaker Prof. Wennie Wang
Affiliation The University of Texas at Austin
Title Towards Defect Engineering in Memristors based on Low-Dimensional Materials
Speaker Prof. Won Bo Lee
Affiliation Seoul National University
Title Molecular Dynamics Study on (Poly)electrolytes
Speaker Prof. Zhang Liang
Affiliation Tsinghua University
Title Computational Catalysts Design for the Sustainable Hydrogen Future