2006 Advanced Research Workshop (FTM-5)
Future Trends in Microelectronics: Up the Nano Creek
June 26-30, 2006:  Crete, Greece
Accepted Abstracts (as of June 5, 2006)

Dr Robert H. Austin
Directed Evolution on a Nanofabricated Chip: Electronic Hydrogen Gas  Detection

Dr Francois Arnaud d'Avitaya
MRAM scaling-down challenges

Dr Mihai Banu
Ultimate VLSI clocking using passive serial distribution

Dr Gregory L Belenky
Widely tunable type-II interband cascade laser

Dr Jos Benschop
32 nm: Lithography at a crossroad

Dr Dan Botez
Intersubband Quantum-Box Lasers: An Update

Dr Michel Brillouët
Physical limits of Si CMOS: Real showstopper or wrong problem?

Dr Federico Capasso
Nanophotonics: Searching for new phenomena and devices

Dr Sorin Cristoloveanu
Concluding a noisy debate

Dr Cees Dekker
Nanoscience from carbon nanotubes to single-molecule biophysics

Dr Mikhail Dorojevets
Superconductor RSFQ microprocessors and systems: Status, challenges, and projections

Dr Michel Dyakonov
(1) Is fault-tolerant quantum computation really possible?
(2) Absolute negative resistance in ballistic field effect transistor

Dr Alexei L. Efros
Optical properties of materials with negative refraction: perfect lenses and cloaking

Dr. Boaz Eitan
NVM future trends – from floating gate to trapping devices

Dr Olof Engström
Will the insulated gate transistor concept survive next decade?

Dr Newton C. Frateschi
Silicon microdisk structures with rare-earth doped amorphous silicon

Dr Peter Gammel
Androids in our future: Toward networked, intelligent bioelectronics

Dr Martin A. Green
A new class of semiconductors using quantum confinement of silicon in a dielectric matrix

Dr Detlev Grützmacher
Three-dimensional Ge quantum dot crystals prepared by templated self-organization

Dr Pawel Hawrylak
Designing nanoscale solid state systems for quantum information processing

Dr Qing Hu
Terahertz quantum cascade lasers and real-time T-rays imaging

Dr Hiroshi Iwai
Future of nano CMOS and its manufacturing

Dr Dimitris E. Ioannou
Negative bias temperature instability in SOI p–MOSFETs

Dr Yong Jin
One-dimensional quantum ballistic field effect transistor

Dr Michael Kelly
Alternatives to silicon: Will our best be anywhere good enough in time?

Dr Harold Kroto
Architecture in Nanospace

Dr Nikolai Ledentsov
Merging nanoepitaxy and nanophotonics

Dr Konstantin K. Likharev
Hybrid CMOS/nanoelectronic circuits

Dr Edmund Linfield
Terahertz Spectroscopy and Imaging

Dr David A. B. Miller
Silicon photonics – optics to the chip at last?

Dr Vladimir Mitin
THz and far-IR sensors: Looking for optimal nanodesign

Dr Junichi Murota
Atomically Controlled Processing for Future Si-Based Devices

Dr Yoshio Nishi
Scaling limits of Si-CMOS and non-Si opportunities

Dr Arto V. Nurmikko
Reading/Writing Your Brain: Not Just Another
Micro/Optoelectronic Interconnect Challenge

Dr Hideo Ohno
Spintronics - from metals to semiconductors

Dr Alik Palevski
Luttinger liquid behavior in weakly disordered quantum wires

Dr Stuart S.P. Parkin
Spintronic devices for nonvolatile memory and logic

Dr Mark Pinto
Nanomanufacturing technology: Exa-units at nano-dollars

Dr Emmanuel Rashba
Semiconductor spintronics: Progress and challenges

Dr Mark Reed
Plasmon Propagation and Fan-Out in Silver Nanowires

Dr Enrico Sangiorgi
Quasi-ballistic transport in nano-MOSFETs

Dr Nadrian C Seeman
Using structural DNA nanotechnology to organize matter

Dr Michael Shur
(1) Oscillatory frequency dependence of ballistic mobility
(2) Mysteries of persistent noise in single-wall carbon nanotubes

Dr Upendra N. Singh
The future of single- to multi-band detector technologies

Dr Theoren (Trey) P. Smith III
Nanotechnology for Medical Applications

Dr Paul M. Solomon
Carbon-nanotube solutions for the post-CMOS-scaling world

Dr Boris Spivak
Does a theory of the laser linewidth exist?

Dr.Vladislav B.Timofeev
Excitons in coherently-coupled quantum-confined systems

Dr Margarita Tsaousidou
Quantum control of the dynamics of a semiconductor quantum well

Dr Henk Van Houten
Towards nanomedicine

Dr Claude Weisbuch
Improvements in light emitters by controlling spontaneous emission: From LEDs to biochips

Dr Eckard Wimmer
Synthetic biology: Synthesis and modification of a chemical called poliovirus

Dr Alexander Zaslavsky
Flexible metallic interconnects for displays and large-area electronics

Dr Nikolai Zhitenev
Nano- and mesoscale molecular junctions: Control of defects, chemical bonds and surface topography at metal-molecule interface

Dr Igor Zutic
Semiconductor spintronics: From spin injection to spin-controlled logic

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