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2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO)

DNA Nanotechnology Micro-to-nano-scale Bridging Nanobiology and Nanomedicine Nanoelectronics Nanomanufacturing and Nanofabrication Nano Robotics and Automation Nanomaterials Nano-optics, Nano-optoelectronics and Nanophotonics Nanofluidics Nanomagnetics Nano/Molecular Heat Transfer & Energy Conversion Nanoscale Communication and Networks Nano/Molecular Sensors, Actuators and Systems


2018 76th Device Research Conference (DRC)

The DRC brings together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. Areas of focus include: Biological DevicesEmerging Electronic Device Materials (graphene, MoS2, etc.)Energy Scavenging Devices Magnetic DevicesMemory DevicesModeling and Simulation of Devices Nanoscale DevicesOptoelectronic and Optical DevicesOrganic and Molecular DevicesPower DevicesQuantum DevicesSilicon, III-V, and 2D Electronic Devices Spin-based DevicesThin Film and Amorphous Devices Terahertz DevicesWide-bandgap Devices

  • 1996 IEEE 54th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1997 IEEE 55th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1998 IEEE 56th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 1999 IEEE 57th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2000 IEEE 58th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2001 59th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2002 60th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2003 61st Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2004 62nd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2005 63rd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2006 64th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

  • 2007 65th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions.

  • 2008 66th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2009 67th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2010 68th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of com

  • 2011 69th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    The Device Research Conference brings together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations.

  • 2012 70th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For more than sixty years, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field of electronic devices. The technical program will be a mix of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in a vigorous and charged discussion on the future directions of competing device technologies.

  • 2013 71st Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For the last seven decades, the Device Research Conference has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from varied disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research and discoveries in the field. The university setting of the conference encourages open technical discussion on recent breakthroughs and advances in device research, and provides a great atmosphere for social events. The technical program consists of invited, oral, and poster presentations. In addition, the conference will hold three evening rump sessions aimed at engaging the audience in vigorous discussions on important challenges and questions facing the device research community. The Device Research Conference has a tradition of strong graduate student participation. This is recognized by offering student travel support and a Best Student Paper Award.

  • 2014 72nd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    DRC is a leading forum for the discussion of new electronic, photonic, and magnetic devices, Discussion at the conference includes presentation of new devices and device designs, processing innovations, device simulation and testing, and material advances with device and system relevance.

  • 2015 73rd Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For over seven decades, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. The DRC is coordinated with the Electronic Materials Conference (EMC) which is held during the second half of the same week. This recognizes the importance of interaction between device and electronic materials research and provides for fruitful exchange of information between attendees of both conferences. Key attractions include numerous plenary and invited presentations given by world-wide leaders; highly selective program of contributed papers on electronic/photonic device experiments/simulations; university setting encourages frank and open technical discussion of recent advances; great atmosphere for social events including lively evening “rump” sessions.

  • 2016 74th Annual Device Research Conference (DRC)

    For over seventy years, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and graduate students from various disciplines in academia and industry to share their latest research, insights and discoveries in the field of advanced semiconductor devices and technologies. The main goal of the conference is to stimulate an open and frank discussion of recent breakthroughs and advances in electronic/photonic devices. The university setting of the DRC encourages the exchange of creative ideas, provides significant networking opportunities, and facilitates an atmosphere that is conducive to discussing high-risk, transformative research. This year the DRC will be held on the campus of the University of Delaware from June 19nd to June 22th, 2016. As in past years, the technical program of the conference will consist of approximately 15 invited talks and 110 contributed presentations (between oral talks and posters).

  • 2017 75th Device Research Conference (DRC)

    The DRC brings together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. Areas of focus include: Biological DevicesEmerging Electronic Device Materials (graphene, MoS2, etc.)Energy Scavenging DevicesMagnetic DevicesMemory DevicesModeling and Simulation of DevicesNanoscale DevicesOptoelectronic and Optical DevicesOrganic and Molecular DevicesPower DevicesQuantum DevicesSilicon, III-V, and 2D Electronic DevicesSpin-based DevicesThin Film and Amorphous DevicesTerahertz DevicesWide-bandgap Devices


2018 International Conference on Actual Problems of ElectronDevices Engineering (APEDE)

The conference APEDE will provide a forum for scientists and engineers from Russia and different countries.The goal of this Conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and to share ideas,problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Electronics and Technology. Topics of Conference- Microwave Electronics;- Vacuum Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics;- Microwave Theory and Techniques;- Technologies;- Power Electronics;- Applications of Electron Devices.

  • 1998 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2000 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2002 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2004 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2006 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2008 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave Electronics, including semiconductor devices, power-amplifier devices, photonics and optoelectronics, nanoelectronics; Microwave Theory and Techniques, including electromagnetic field analysis and guided waves, resonators, filters, antennas, passive microwave components, acoustic wave components; Electron Devices and Instruments Application and Technology, including power electronics, medical application, sensor and sensor systems, process technology.

  • 2010 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for extended interaction between scientists, engineers, and students working in the fields of electronics and device technologies. Papers in the following areas are requested: microwave electronics, including nanoelectronics; microwave theory and techniques; electron devices and instruments application and technology, power electronics.

  • 2012 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave electronics Vacuum Microelectronics and nanoelectronics Microwave theory and techniques Technologies Applications of Electron Devices

  • 2014 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Papers in the following areas are requested:Microwave electronics, Microwave theory and techniques, Measurement in electronics, Power electronics, Technologies Applications of Electron Devices, Vacuum Microelectronics and nanoelectronics.

  • 2016 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave electronics Vacuum microelectronics and nanoelectronics Microwave theory and techniques Technologies Applications of electron devices


2018 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH)

NANOARCH is the annual cross-disciplinary forum for the discussion of novel post-CMOS nanocomputing directions and emerging nanoscale CMOS. The symposium seeks papers on innovative ideas for solutions to the principal challenge facing integrated electronics in the 21st century - how to design, fabricate, and integrate nanosystems to overcome the fundamental limitations of CMOS. In particular, such systems could (1) contain unconventional nanodevices with unique capabilities, including directions beyond simple switches, (2) introduce new logic and memory concepts, (3) involve novel circuit styles, (4) introduce new concepts for computing, (5) reconfigure and/or mask faults at much higher rates than in CMOS, (6) explore security architectures with nanotechnology, (7) involve new paradigms for manufacturing, and (8) rethink the methodologies and design tools involved.



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Influence of microwave magnetic dissipation on dispersion characteristic of a magnonic crystal

2018 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EIConRus), 2018

Propagation of spin waves in a one-dimensional magnonic crystal to a finite distance have been studied theoretically and experimentally. It was shown that effective spectrum of spin waves at frequencies close to the Bragg resonances strongly depends on the magnonic crystal length and magnetic dissipation. The emergence of the four serial dispersion regions with positive and negative dispersion close to ...


Strain reconfigurable coupling of spin waves in width modulat-ed magnonic crystal waveguide

2017 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2017

Summary form only given. Recent progress in the magnon-based electronics can be used as a signal carrier in the magnonic waveguiding structures operating in the GHz and THz frequency range. This paper reports on the experimental and numerical study of the SW propagation in the reconfigurable MC waveguide. Both the experimental measurement and numerical simulations show that the frequency of ...


Spin Wave Filter Based on the Waveguide with the Broken Translation Symmetry

2018 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE), 2018

We observe spin-wave steering along the magnonic bends of different topologies should be addressed. Here we report on the different topologies of curved magnonic waveguides. We use yttrium-iron garnet to fabricate the straight L-shaped bend, 45-degree bend and rounded magnonic bend. We demonstrate the spin-wave transport in the magnonic bend by the means of Brillouin light scattering spectroscopy. We use ...


Design and basic spin wave dynamics of a dual band magnonic crystal

2017 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2017

The use of spin waves (SW) in magnonic crystals (MCs) as information carriers has been the target of intense investigation in recent years, particularly in relation with the possibility of controlling their Bragg diffraction and dispersion relations by an applied field, and their peculiarity in the context of dissipationless computing, since SWs don't involve charge motion and ohmic losses. In ...


Tunable RF coupler based on laterally coupled magnetic microwaveguides

2016 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE), 2016

The surface and backward volume magnetostatic spin waves propagation in the side-coupled magnonic microwaveguides was numerically studied. The dispersion characteristics was calculated using the modification of finite element method. The transformation of the frequency dependence of the coupling length with the variation of the geometrical parameters was investigated. The cases of surface and backward volume magnetostatic waves were considered. It ...



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  • Influence of microwave magnetic dissipation on dispersion characteristic of a magnonic crystal

    Propagation of spin waves in a one-dimensional magnonic crystal to a finite distance have been studied theoretically and experimentally. It was shown that effective spectrum of spin waves at frequencies close to the Bragg resonances strongly depends on the magnonic crystal length and magnetic dissipation. The emergence of the four serial dispersion regions with positive and negative dispersion close to magnonic crystal stop bands was experimentally confirmed. A comparison of the experimental and theoretical results demonstrated their good qualitative and quantitative coincidence.

  • Strain reconfigurable coupling of spin waves in width modulat-ed magnonic crystal waveguide

    Summary form only given. Recent progress in the magnon-based electronics can be used as a signal carrier in the magnonic waveguiding structures operating in the GHz and THz frequency range. This paper reports on the experimental and numerical study of the SW propagation in the reconfigurable MC waveguide. Both the experimental measurement and numerical simulations show that the frequency of the center of the forbidden zone is f=5.348 GHz, which corresponds to the Bragg wavenumber kB=125 1/cm. Using the interdigital SS electrode the doubling of the value of strain induced period and the increasing the modulation depth of the reconfigurable MC is possible. Thus the paper demonstrates that dual H-field and E-field tunability is the key advantage of strain tuned MC. Magnetic tuning can be performed through the variation of a bias magnetic field, while electric tuning is possible due to control of the properties of PZT layer through the variation of an applied electric field.

  • Spin Wave Filter Based on the Waveguide with the Broken Translation Symmetry

    We observe spin-wave steering along the magnonic bends of different topologies should be addressed. Here we report on the different topologies of curved magnonic waveguides. We use yttrium-iron garnet to fabricate the straight L-shaped bend, 45-degree bend and rounded magnonic bend. We demonstrate the spin-wave transport in the magnonic bend by the means of Brillouin light scattering spectroscopy. We use the micromagnetic simulation to show the spin- wave mode conversion and transmission over curved area. Proposed topologies of curved waveguides can be served as building blocks in planar integrated magnonic circuits in magnonic networks.

  • Design and basic spin wave dynamics of a dual band magnonic crystal

    The use of spin waves (SW) in magnonic crystals (MCs) as information carriers has been the target of intense investigation in recent years, particularly in relation with the possibility of controlling their Bragg diffraction and dispersion relations by an applied field, and their peculiarity in the context of dissipationless computing, since SWs don't involve charge motion and ohmic losses. In this work, we investigate a special 2D Permalloy MC, designed in such a way that SWs can propagate in distinct regions of it, depending on the frequency band they belong to, so to guarantee complete signal independence. We characterize the two spin wave types, by determining the two localization areas and the extension of the corresponding bands. The basic idea is considering two superposed sublattices, and using shape anisotropy to differentiate in energy the dynamics within the two sublattice elements: in this way, the excitations corresponding to different sublattice elements are forced to belong to different frequency ranges.

  • Tunable RF coupler based on laterally coupled magnetic microwaveguides

    The surface and backward volume magnetostatic spin waves propagation in the side-coupled magnonic microwaveguides was numerically studied. The dispersion characteristics was calculated using the modification of finite element method. The transformation of the frequency dependence of the coupling length with the variation of the geometrical parameters was investigated. The cases of surface and backward volume magnetostatic waves were considered. It was shown that the coupling length is increased in the surface wave geometry. The influence of the external bias magnetic field orientation on the spectra of wave in laterally coupled structures was demonstrated.

  • Spin wave switch using giant nonreciprocal emission of spin waves in Ta/Py

    The unidirectional propagation of signals is the key to modern electronic logic circuits and fundamental applications such as a diode, isolator, gyrator, and circulator.

  • Splitting of Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectra in Periodically Modulated 1-D Magnonic Crystal

    In this paper, we present a systematic study of a series of 1-D magnonic crystals defined as periodic arrays of grooves in a Permalloy thin film. Thin films of Ni80Fe20with dimensions 350 μm by 10 μm and thickness 40 nm were prepared on the top of signal line of coplanar waveguides by a combination of photolithography, e-beam lithography and lift-off processing. Starting from thin films, stripe-type periodic structures (grooves) with a depth of 4 nm were created in a controlled manner by focused ion beam. By changing the dimensions of the distance between the grooves, it was possible to systematically tune single, double, triple, and quadruple ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) absorption modes. Broadband FMR experiments were carried out to collect the frequency and field-dependent FMR spectra. The experimental results are corroborated with micromagnetic simulations.

  • Route toward high-speed nano-magnonics

    Downscaling poses a number of new challenges for the implementation of magnonic devices. In particular, the traditional inductive method for spin wave excitation becomes inefficient at nanoscale due to the increasing requirements for the power density, the unavoidable limitations imposed on the wavelength of the excited waves by the geometry of the inductive antennae, and the difficulty of the impedance matching of the latter. An alternative approach to the excitation of spin waves can be based on the spin-transfer torque (STT) mechanism, which provides the ability to directly convert dc electrical currents into microwave-frequency spin waves on nanoscale.

  • Defect Modes Control in Coupled Magnonic Crystals

    We report on the theoretical study of magnetostatic surface wave propagation through the two side-coupled 1-D magnonic crystals (MCs) with broken translational symmetry. Using the transfer matrix method, we obtained transmission and reflection coefficients. Existence of two defect modes in such four-port planar structure was shown. We consider the possibility of controlling the position of defect modes by changing coupling between MCs. Comparison between investigated structure with coupled defect-free magnonic crystals was provided.

  • Inhomogeneous parametric pumping of spin-waves by acoustic waves in an yttrium-iron-garnet film

    Parametric amplification and generation of spin-waves has been a proven tool to study fundamental nonlinear effects in spin-waves [1].



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