Roadmap: Industry needs and perspective towards electronics applications

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Roadmap: Industry needs and perspective towards electronics applications


Avik Ghosh, University of Virgina, USA

Avik Ghosh is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Virginia. He has over 90 refereed papers and book chapters and 2 upcoming books in the areas of computational  nano-electronics and low power devices including 2D materials, molecular electronics, subthermal switching, nanomagnetic materials and devices, and nanoscale heat flow. He did his PhD in physics from the Ohio State University and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Electrical Engineering at Purdue University. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics (IOP), senior member of the IEEE, and has received the IBM Faculty Award, the NSF CAREER Award, a best paper award from the Army Research Office, the Charles Brown New Faculty Teaching Award and the All University Teaching Award.

Daniel Neumaier, AMO, Germany

Dr. Daniel Neumaier is the head of the Graphene group at AMO GmbH since 2009. He studied physics obtained his PhD degree in 2009. From 2006 until 2009 he worked in the group of Dieter Weiss at the University of Regensburg in the field of GaAs based spintronics. He is currently principle investigator in two national project and two EU projects in the field of graphene. In the Flagship-Project Graphene Daniel Neumaier is leader of the work-package High-Frequency Electronics and head of Division 3. His research interests are graphene based devices for high-frequency electronic, optoelectronic and sensor applications.

Guenther Ruhl, Infineon Technologies AG, Regensburg, Germany

Dr. Guenther Ruhl is leading the material innovation laboratory at the Infineon Regensburg site. Amongst other materials his group is working on graphene for several years. Before his current role in Infineon he worked on a variety of topics in material development, material processing and process integration for semiconductor devices at several Infineon sites and the Fraunhofer-Institute for Solid State Technology in Munich. Guenther Ruhl has a PhD in chemistry from the Technical University of Munich. He has authored over 60 technical and scientific publications and has more than 30 granted patents.

Robert Rölver, Bosch, Germany

Robert Rölver is researcher at Bosch corporate research, department for microsystem technologies, and project manager scouting the project “Quantum and Nanotechnology” since 2009. During his studies of electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen, which he finished in 2003, he joined Agilent Labs, Palo Alto, USA to work on “MBE-growth of VCSEL Lasers” during a 6 month internship in 2001. He received his PhD from RWTH Aachen in 2007 for his work on “Si/SiO2 quantum wells for next generation solar cells”. He received the EMRS Young Scientist Award at EMRS Spring meeting, Strasbourg, France in 2007. Before his position at Bosch, he was a Post Doc at the Institute for Semiconductor Electronics at RWTH Aachen University.

Claus Marquordt, R&D Support ApS and Ltd, Denmark and UK

For over 16 years Claus has developed design for manufacture microfluidic lab-on-a-chip devices. Since joining RD Support as an owner and managing director he has expanded the fundamental and unique rapid tooling and rapid prototyping capabilities of RD Support to become a leading one-stop shop for development services for bespoke medical device design and development from concept to commercialisation. Design for manufacture is at the heart of all developments at RD Support.
He was paramount in setting up RD Support Ltd as a R&D centre for RD Support to add intellectual property, products and additional skills to the RD Support portfolio. Here, a fast in-line plasma coating process was developed which is now the foundation of world’s first design-for-manufacture graphene production process development for integrating into lab-on-a-chip devices and beyond.
In previous roles he delivered the world's first fingerstick blood immunoassay device and world's first home BNP test.

Gonçalo Gonçalves​, Aixtron, UK​

Dr. Gonçalo Gonçalves is a product marketing specialist for carbon nanotechnology at AIXTRON. Gonçalo is also a member of Graphene NOWNANO international advisory board and has over 10 years’ experience in European projects. He holds the Cambridge Judge Business School General Management Certificate of Achievement from University of Cambridge (2015, UK), a joint PhD in Nanotechnology and Nanoscience from the New University of Lisbon (2011, Portugal)/Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Sao Paulo (2011, Brazil) and a Materials Engineering Degree from the New University of Lisbon (2004, Portugal). His previous roles include application engineer at AIXTRON (Cambridge, UK), scientist at Cambridge Display Technology (Cambridge, UK), Postdoc and researcher at Materials Research Centre (Lisbon, Portugal). Over the years, Gonçalo has been in the frontier of novel optoelectronic materials and devices. He has an h-index of 20 with over 1500 citations, is the author/co-author of 1 book chapter, 50 publications and holds 1 patent.

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