Semiconductor Technology for Ultra Large Scale Integrated Circuits and Thin Film Transistors VII

An ECI Conference Series

May 19-23, 2019
Palace Side Hotel
Kyoto, Japan

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About This Conference

The 7th ULSIC vs. TFT conference continues the tradition of the previous six successful conferences held in Barga, Italy (2007), Xi’An, China (2009), Hong Kong, China (2011), Grenoble, France (2013), Lake Tahoe, California, USA (2015) and Hernstein, Austria (2017) in providing a forum to discuss the latest developments in semiconductor technology, ranging from nanoscience to giga-scale integration.

This is the only conference bringing together experts from the two most popular semiconductor technologies – ULSICs and TFTs – to discuss ideas and exchange opinions on future challenges cohesively.  Both technologies are based on the same principles and face common challenges in devices, materials, fabrication processes, reliability, and applications.

The goal of this conference is to exchange state-of-the-art information and thoughts among those involved in research and development.  Invited speakers include distinguished researchers, engineers, professors, and national academy members from US, Europe and Asia.  A portion of the oral and poster presentations are reserved for junior researchers.

Technical Co-Sponsors

ECS Electronics and Photonics Division
Korean Physical Society Semiconductor Division (Pending)
Japan Society of Applied Physics (Pending)

Technical Program

  • Comparison of ULSIC and TFT science and technology
  • Devices, Physics, Modeling and Reliability
  • Materials of Semiconductors, Dielectrics and Interconnects
  • Advanced Fabrication Processes
  • New and Novel Applications
  • Panel Discussions
  • Poster Presentations

Previous ECI Conference on this topic.

Conference Organization

Chair:

Yue Kuo, Texas A&M University

Co-Chairs:

Junichi Murota, Tohoku University
Yukiharu Uraoka, Nara Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Scientific Advisory Committee

Gennadi Bersuker, Aerospace Corporation, USA
Olivier Bonnaud, University of Rennes I, France
Andrew Flewitt, Cambridge University, UK
Mamoru Furuta, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
Takayuki Homma, Waseda University, Japan
Cheol Seong Hwang, Seoul National University, Korea
Jin Jang, Kyung Hee University, Korea
Tso-Ping Ma, Yale University, USA
Michael Shur, RPI, USA
Akira Toriumi, Tokyo University, Japan

Abstract Submission

Original papers for oral and poster presentations are encouraged. Those who wish to be considered for an oral or poster presentation should submit a one-page (extended) abstract online.

Deadlines

Oral Abstract Submission Deadline:                              January 15, 2019
Poster Abstract Submission Deadline:                          January 31, 2019

Proceedings Manuscript Submission Deadline:           March 15, 2019

All abstracts should be submitted electronically at THIS SITE.

Submissions must follow the template provided at this link.

Full papers will be published in a special volume of the ECS Transactions, which will be available at the meeting time.

Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the Palace Side Hotel, located in the heart of historical Kyoto and next to the Kyoto Imperial Palace. The hotel is entirely non-smoking and all bedrooms have air conditioning, TV, a refrigerator, telephone(with alarm), tea kettle, and free Wifi. There is a restaurant with an outdoor café with a view of the Kyoto Imperial Gardens. Traditional Thai massages are offered as well.

Kyoto City was the official capital of Japan for almost 1,000 years until 1868 when the capital was moved to Tokyo. It is located 30 miles (50 km) northeast of the industrial city of Osaka. Kyoto is the center of traditional Japanese culture and of Buddhism, as well as of fine textiles and other Japanese crafts. The Japanese people have a  special relationship with Kyoto—all Japanese try to go there at least once in their lives, with almost a third of the country’s population visiting the city annually.

Kyoto claims some 1,660 Buddhist temples, more than 400 Shintō shrines, and even some 90 Christian churches.. Their grounds and those of the Kyoto Imperial Palace and Nijo Castle give Kyoto more green areas than most Japanese cities.

Nijo Castle

Kyoto City Official Travel Guide

Japan National Tourist Organization Guide to Kyoto

Transportation

Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport, ITM) is about a 45-minute drive from the hotel. Yasaka Taxi and MK Taxi can provide direct transfers from Itami Airport to the hotel for 2,900 JPY per person. Reservations should be made online in advance.

Kansai International Airport (KIX) is a 1 ½ hour drive from the hotel.  Yasaka Taxi and MK Taxi can also provide direct transfers from the airport to the hotel. The cost is 4,200 JPY per person. Reservations should be made online in advance.

An airport limousine from Kansai Airport to Kyoto station costs 2,500 JPY per person. From there the hotel is accessed via subway on the Karasuma line to Marutamachi Station, which is a 5-minute walk from the station (Exit No. 2).

For maps and further details see HERE.

General Information About ECI

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The format of the weeklong research conference provides morning and late afternoon or evening sessions in which major presentations are made. Available time is included during the afternoons for ad hoc meetings, informal discussions, and/or recreation. This format is designed to enhance rapport among participants and promote dialogue on the development of the meeting. We believe that the conferences have been instrumental in generating ideas and disseminating information to a greater extent than is possible through more conventional forums.

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