MNC 2021 Invited

  • 2021.4.7
SectionInvited Speaker's Name and AffiliationPaper TitleShort Biography
1-1: Advanced Lithography and Patterning
1-2: Electron and Ion Beam TechnologiesSun Wei, Hitachi, Japan
1-3: Patterning MaterialsProf. Dong Ki Yoon, KAIST, Korea
Light-driven fabrication of helical nanostructures and their optical applicationsDong Ki Yoon received his Ph.D. degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from KAIST in 2007. After working on the next-generation nanofabrication project in Samsung Electronics for two years, he joined the department of physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder, for his postdoctoral research and focused on the study of the novel phenomena of liquid crystals in marginal space. Following this, he joined KAIST in 2011. Currently, he is a full professor in the Department of Chemistry, leading the ‘Soft Material Assembly group’ to pioneer the patterning and display applications based on soft materials such as liquid crystals, supramolecules, biomaterials and polymers
2-1 Nanocarbon & 2D MaterialsProf. Iwao Matsuda, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
2-2: NanodevicesProf. Takeaki Yajima, Kyushu Univ., Japan
Ultra-sharp three-terminal switch using nano-scale phase transition materialDr. Yajima is an Associate Professor in the Department of Information Electronics at Kyushu University, Japan. He received his Ph.D. in 2012 from the University of Tokyo. After one year stay in Stanford University as a visiting scientist, he was appointed as an Assistant Professor of the Department of Materials Engineering at The University of Tokyo. He also worked as a PRESTO researcher of JST in 2017 and moved to the present place in 2020. His current interest is the research on low power electronics and neuromorphic computing.
2-3: NanofabricationProf. Futoshi Iwata, Shizuoka Univ., Japan
2-4: Inorganic NanomaterialsProf. Nobuhiro Matsushita, Tokyo Tech., Japan
2-4: Inorganic NanomaterialsDr. Takuya Masuda, NIMS and Hokkaido Univ., Japanin situ observation of electrochemical lithiation/delithiation of Si thin film electrodes by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopyTakuya Masuda obtained his PhD in physical chemistry from Hokkaido University in 2006. He was a postdoc researcher at Arizona State University from 2006 to 2007 and an assistant professor at Hokkaido University from 2007 to 2010. He joined the NIMS in 2010, and is now the group leader of the Battery Materials Analysis Group since 2018 and the deputy director of the Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials since 2021. He is working on the development of novel in situ techniques for observing energy conversion processes taking place in fuel cells and rechargeable batteries.
2-5: Organic NanomaterialsProf. Yuki Nagao, JAIST, Japan
Highly proton-conductive polymer thin films with organized structure and molecularly oriented structureDr. Yuki Nagao is the Associate Professor in the School of Materials Science at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan. He received his Ph.D. in 2006 from Kyushu University. He was appointed as an Assistant Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tohoku University in 2006. He also worked as a researcher at PRESTO, JST in 2010, later moving to the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at Kyoto University. From 2012, he works in the present place. His current interest is the research on interfacial ion conduction-based materials and sensors.
2-6: NanoToolProf. Kentaro Kawai, Osaka Univ., Japan
Fabrication and observation of nanopore in two-dimensional materials using Helium ion microscopeKentaro Kawai received his Dr. Eng. in nano-science and nano-engineering in 2010 from Waseda University, Japan. He was a Research Associate at Waseda University from 2008 to 2010. He is currently an assistant professor at Osaka University, Japan. His research focuses on nano/micro-machining, fluid circuit in microsystem, and biosensing devices.
3: Nanoimprint, Hybrid-NIL, Biomimetics, and Functional SurfacesProf. Akira Saito, Osaka Univ., Japan
Novel desien of optical diffuser inspired by the Morpho butterflyAkira Saito is an Associate Professor at Osaka University since 2008. He studied surface physics at the Univ. of Tokyo using Synchrotron Radiation (SR), and received Ph.D. in 1994. He worked at the European SR Facility (Grenoble, France) with French Government Scholarship and at KEK (Japan) to study surface structures with atomic resolution using X-rays. His research interests span the photon-nanomatter interactions, including the analysis, control and fabrication of the surface nanostructures. One of the recent developed fields is bio-mimetic applications of the optical nanostructures in visible-light region, especially based on the Morpho butterfly’s specific optical properties.
4: BioMEMS, Lab on a Chip, and NanobiotechnologProf. Takafumi Fukushima, Tohoku Univ., Japan
In-Mold Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Based on Advanced Wafer-Level Packaging with ChipletsTakafumi Fukushima received his Ph.D. degree in Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering from Yokohama National University in 2003. From 2004 to 2009, he was an assistant professor at the Department of Bioengineering and Robotics, Tohoku University. Since 2010, he has been an associate professor at NICHe, Tohoku University. From 2016 to 2017, He was a visiting faculty at Electrical Engineering Department, UCLA. He is currently working on 3D/heterogeneous integration and Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) technologies at Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Tohoku University, as an associate professor. He is a senior member of IEEE.
5: Microsystem Technology and MEMS
6: Atomic Layer Processing (ALP)Prof. Chang-Yong Nam, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
Vapor-phase infiltration for microelectronics applications
6: Atomic Layer Processing (ALP)Mato Knez, CIC nano, GUNE BRTA, Spain
Atomic Layer Processing: A toolbox for fabricating novel functional hybrid materials
6: Atomic Layer Processing (ALP)Prof. Woohee Kim, Hanyang Univ., Korea
Process overview of Advanced Area Selective Deposition Methods