The DRC brings together scientists, engineers, and students to discuss new
and exciting breakthroughs and advances in the field of device research. The
DRC is sponsored by the IEEE
Electron Devices Society. The conference will be held at University
of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, from Monday, June 25 through Wednesday,
A special session will be dedicated to new materials, novel devices, and emerging technologies. Invited speakers will present the latest developments in promising new devices and device technologies. A special poster session will be presented on exploratory device concepts and novel device technologies.
The Device Research technical program will com-mence at 8:30 AM on Monday, June 25. All sessions will be held on grounds at the University of Notre Dame in DeBartolo Hall. The Plenary Session will be located in Room 101, DeBartolo Hall.
The DRC and the Electronic
Materials Conference (EMC) of TMS will again coordinate activities. The
be held at the same location on Wednesday, June 27 through Friday, June 29,
2001. Device-oriented papers should be submitted to the DRC and materials-oriented
papers to the EMC.
An On-line View of
The 2001 DEVICE RESEARCH CONFERENCE
VIEW THE ATTENDEES LIST (Downloadable using Adobe Acrobat)
ALSO OF NOTE
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
|Anant K. Agarwal, CREE; Tayo
Akinwande, Massachusetts Inst. of Technology; Pallab Bhattacharya, University
of Michigan; Colombo R. Bolognesi, Simon Fraser University; Kent D. Choquette,
University of Illinois, Urbana; Jack M. Hergenrother, Agere Systems; Erhard
Kohn, University of Ulm; Richard A. Kiehl, University of Minnesota; Hagen
Klauk, Infineon Technologies; Theresa Mayer, Pennsylvania State University;
Yasuyuki Miyamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Shuji Nakamura, Univ.
of California, Santa Barbara; Edward Nowak, IBM; Daniel J. Radack, Defense
Adv. Res. Projects Agcy.; Leonard Franklin Register, The University of
Texas at Austin; Olav Solgaard, Stanford University; Vivek Subramanian,
University of Berkeley; Yasuo Takahashi, NTT Basic Research Labs; Jeffrey
Welser, IBM Microelectronics Division
General Program Chair
Technical Program Chair
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