The Workshop on Innovative Nanoscale Devices and Systems (WINDS) is a week long, international, and interactive workshop designed to explore the fundamental properties of nanoscale devices and applications thereof. The workshop is composed of morning and evening sessions, with afternoons free for ad hoc meetings to encourage extended interaction and discussion among participants.
WINDS provides a forum for material, device, and characterization as well as experimental and modeling researchers to interact. This breadth of expertise reflects the technical challenges in developing nanoscale devices and material systems, since every device is a heterostructure of one form or another and the properties of the interfaces often determine the functionality and properties of the nanoscale system. The WINDS workshop is designed to explore the fundamental properties of such nanoscale heterostructures and potential device applications.
The workshop is the successor of the original WINDS and the International Symposium on Advanced Nanodevices and Nanotechnology (ISANN), which were held on alternate years. WINDS itself began as an outgrowth of the successful Advanced Heterostructures Workshop, which has a long history dating from the 1980s.
Abstracts are encouraged in (but not limited to) the topics appearing in the adjacent list.
- Two-dimensional materials and van der Waals heterostructures
- Wide-bandgap and emerging semiconductor materials and devices
- Emergent interface phenomena: novel 2DEG systems, proximity effects, etc
- Ultra-scaled devices: field-effect transistors, single electron / photon, etc
- Topological states in condensed matter
- Quantum materials and devices
- Quantum computing and quantum information processing
- Spintronics: materials and spin-based phenomena
- Neuromorphic computing and neural networks
- Bioelectronics: interfaces and sensors
- Oxide and Multiferroic materials and systems
- Light/Matter Interactions
- Plasmonic heterostructures and systems
- Energy conversion and harvesting: advanced concepts and systems
Confirmed Invited Speakers
|Claudia Felser||Max Planck Institute, Germany||Materials with High Spin Polarization|
|Masataka Higashiwaki||National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan||Gallium Oxide Devices|
|Berend Jonker||Naval Research Laboratory, USA||Quantum Calligraphy of Single Photon Emitters and van der Waals / Moire Heterostructures|
|Robert Kaplar||Sandia National Labs, USA||Ultra-Widebandgap Materials|
|Stuart Parkin||Max Planck Institute, Germany||Charge Density Waves|
|Eric Pop||Stanford University, USA||2D Materials for Nanoelectronics|
|Joshua Robinson||Pennsylvania State University, USA||Synthesis and Integration of 2D Materials|
|Deepak Singh||University of Missouri, USA||Artificial Honey Comb System of Magnetic Spins|
|Jairo Sinova||Mainz University, Germany||Spin Hall Effect|
|Masateru Taniguchi||Osaka University, Japan||Quantitative Analysis of DNA with Single-Molecule Sequencing|
|Bart van Wees||University of Groningen, Netherlands||Giant Spin Relaxation Anisotropy|
|Maia Vergniory||Donostia International Physics Center, Spain||Topological Quantum Chemistry|
|Robert Wallace||University of Texas Dallas, USA||2D Materials for Nanoelectronics|