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W4Emerging technologies in Advanced Computation, Advanced Functionalities, Ground-breaking Technologies: Impact on International Cooperation​

09:30 - 13:00

room 6


Francis Balestra (Grenoble INP, FR)


International cooperation is key for speeding up technological innovation and to boost the resilience of the semiconductor value chains, which is one of the objectives of the EU Chips Act. This SINANO/ICOS/INPACE workshop will deal with the presentation of emerging technologies in advanced computation, advanced functionalities and ground-breaking technologies and the expected impact for international cooperation. It is supported by the European SiNANO Institute, which is the European representative of the International IEEE IRDS Roadmap, and by Horizon Europe projects ICOS, dedicated to International Cooperation on Semiconductors, and INPACE, devoted to EU-Indo-Pacific Digital Partnerships.​


Horizon Europe ICOS-International Cooperation On Semiconductors, and INPACE-Indo-Pacific-European Hub for Digital Partnerships 

Francis Balestra, CNRS, Grenoble INP, SiNANO Institute 

Smart sensors for IoT​ 

Alan O’Riordan, Tyndall National Institute​ 

​Energy harvesting for autonomous systems ​ 

​Gustavo Ardila, Grenoble-Alpes Univ.​ 

​Beyond Von-Neumann computing architectures and Heterogeneous integration​ 

Olivier Faynot, CEA-Leti​ ​ 

New nanodevices architectures​ 

Nadine Collaert, imec​ 

Innovative materials for power devices​ 

Markus Pfeffer, FhG IISB​ 

Scaling semiconductor photonics – The trends and the challenges 

Wim Bogaerts, Univ. Gent​ 

Emerging semiconductors meet new applications: security, multi-valued computing, and hazard monitoring 

​Hocheon Yoo, Gachon University, South Korea 

Emerging Material Integration for Advanced Functionality of Semiconductor Devices and Systems ​ 

Hiroyuki Akinaga, AIST, Japan 

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