Graphene and other 2D material technologies have promising properties and the potential to lead to advancements electronics applications, such as sensors or telecommunication. The benefit and potential of graphene and other 2D materials to contribute to relevant market needs has already been shown in many lab-based demonstrators.
However, before the technology can find its way into products, several issues have to be addressed, in particular by means of manufacturing. This session deals with the industry needs and perspective with respect to graphene and other 2D materials development for electronics applications. The goal is to provide insights on industrial demands for graphene integration so that researchers and developers get a realistic idea of what needs to be addressed in the coming years.
The session will provide an overview of particular needs in electronics related application industries as well as on semiconductor industry level. Main challenges and barriers towards integration of graphene and other 2D materials will be addressed, so that the audience gets an idea of how a roadmap for graphene integration in electronics could look like.
The Roadmap Session and following reception are sponsored by AIXTRON.
Roadmap: Industry needs and perspective towards electronics applications
Monday 13 June, 2016
|Place: Old Library|
|15:00 - 15:15||Welcome - Introduction talk|
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|Gonçalo Gonçalves, AIXTRON, UK|
Michael Meister, Fraunhofer ISI, DE
|15:15 - 15:40||Unconventional electronic switching with 2D materials||Avik Ghosh, University of Virgina, US|
|15:40 - 16:00||Graphene based active components in silicon photonic systems -- prospects and challenges||Daniel Neumaier, AMO, Germany|
|16:00 - 16:20||Challenges in process integration of graphene for manufacturing microelectronic devices||Günther Ruhl, Infineon Technologies AG, Germany|
|16:20 - 16:40||COFFEE BREAK|||
|16:40 - 17:00||Graphene for future sensing applications||Robert Rölver, Bosch, Germany|
|17:00 - 17:20||Graphene in medical sensors and diagnostics: opportunities and challenges in point-of-care systems||Claus Marquordt, RD Support ApS and Ltd, Denmark and UK|
|17:20 - 18:00||Wrap Up and Panel Discussion||Moderated by Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany|
31 May 2016 15:09