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Pioneering 2D Materials for Semiconductor Industry

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Brussels, Belgium
11-12 June 2024
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  • Brussels, Belgium
  • 11-12 June 2024

2D-EPL Symposium


This free, lunch-to-lunch event will celebrate the 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL) results and its progress towards creating an ecosystem for 2D materials integration in semiconductors for electronics, photonics, sensors and biomedical devices. The symposium will focus on photonics and biomedical applications and the benefits and challenges of industrial uptake for these technologies.

Symposium Chairs

Inge Asselberghs
Symposium

Inge Asselberghs


imec

Sofia Öiseth
Innovation Forum

Sofia Öiseth


Chalmers Industriteknik

Mindaugas Lukosius
Photonics

Mindaugas Lukosius


IHP

Amaia Zurutuza
Biomedical

Amaia Zurutuza


Graphenea Semiconductor

12:00 12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

13:00 13:00 - 13:20

2D-EPL insights

Inge Asselberghs, 2D-EPL Division Leader, imec

13:20 13:20 - 15:00

Keynotes

Peter Bøggild, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
The 2D materials reproducibility gap: can it be closed?

The exchange of research ideas, results and progress is essential for the development of a sound and healthy 2D materials industry. The focus on originality over reproducibility in the scientific publication and funding landscape has created a reproducibility gap in many fields, including, unfortunately, 2D materials. In this talk I discuss why we urgently need to address this problem, and how it can be done.  

 

Hyeon-Jin Shin, GIST, South Korea

2D materials design for next-generation electronic devices

As our lifestyle changes, data created exponentially and continuously increases. In order to cope with the enormous amount of data being generated, future electronic devices are considering miniaturising current Si devices for the angstrom era and introducing 3D stacked device architectures and new functional devices. In this talk, I will introduce 2D materials design and integration properties for next-generation logic devices.

15:00 15:00 - 15:30

Coffee Break

15:30 15:30 - 17:30

Innovation Forum

Kari Hjelt, Chalmers Industriteknik, Sweden

Muralikrishna Sathyamurthy, X-FAB, Germany

Cedric Huyghebaert, Black Semiconductor, Germany

 

17:30 17:30 - 19:00

Networking mingle

08:00 08:00 - 09:45

Biomedical applications

Alexey Tarasov, MUNASET Project Coordinator, Germany

Graphene biosensors for applications in diagnostics and therapy response monitoring

This talk will provide an overview of recent research on graphene biosensors with optical and electrical readout for biomedical applications with a focus on surface modification and assay development.

Jose Garrido, ICN2, InBrain, Spain

Challenges of graphene-based neurotechnology in implantable medical applications. 

This presentation will provide an overview of the use of graphene-based technologies to enable efficient bidirectional communication with the nervous system. In the presentation, I will examine opportunities and challenges of graphene-based neurotechnology in neuroscience and implantable medical applications. 

Axel Fanget, Melexis, Switzerland

 

Alba Centeno, Graphenea, Spain

Graphene-based biomedical technologies

This talk will present examples of emerging Biomedical applications based on graphene produced by Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD). The existing medical device technology can benefit from the integration of CVD graphene, promoting the advancement of novel diagnostics and monitoring techniques for a variety of diseases, including cancer detection systems, and opening the way to the development of new technologies assessing the effectiveness of drugs. Additionally, I will review some of the technological requirements that require further improvements from the perspective of graphene manufacturing.

09:45 09:45 - 10:15

Coffee Break

10:15 10:15 - 12:00

Photonics applications

Thomas Van Vaerenbergh, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Belgium

Alberto Montanaro, CNIT, Italy

Stephan Suckow, AMO, Germany

 

Yujie Guo, Ghent University - IMEC, Belgium

Metasurface-enhanced graphene photodetector with high responsivity and high bandwidth for near-infrared to mid-infrared integrated photonics

A waveguide-integrated graphene photodetector with steady-state responsivity over 2A/W and bandwidth beyond 40 GHz is demonstrated,  as enhanced by incorporating a metasurface with asymmetric metallisation.

12:00 12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

Speakers

Hyeon-Jin Shin
Keynote

Hyeon-Jin Shin


GIST, South Korea

Peter Bøggild
Keynote

Peter Bøggild


Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Alexey Tarasov
Biomedical

Alexey Tarasov


Munaset, Germany

Jose Garrido
Biomedical

Jose Garrido


ICN2, InBrain, Spain

Alba Centeno
Biomedical

Alba Centeno


Graphenea, Spain

Kari Hjelt
Innovation

Kari Hjelt


Chalmers Industriteknik, Sweden

Cedric Huyghebaert
Innovation

Cedric Huyghebaert


Black Semiconductor, Germany

Yujie Guo, Ghent University - IMEC, Belgium
Photonics

Yujie Guo


Ghent University - IMEC, Belgium