Conférence Internationale ElecNano 5
The nanoscale and electroanalysis: surface nanostructuration, nanobiological systems, coupled methods, microsystems
Tenue couplée des Journées Nationales Nano, Micro et Optoélectronique (JNMO'2013 ) et des Journées Nationales des Technologies Emergentes (JNTE) à Evian du 21 au 23 mai 2013.
"Physical and chemical characterization of surfaces at different scales", from 10th to 14th June, 2013, at the INSTN (Saclay, France) and Synchrotron SOLEIL (Saint-Aubin).
This school aims at providing a thorough background in conventional and synchrotron based spectroscopic and microscopic methods to interested PhD students, post-docs and scientists working at European research institutions. It is also opened for young professionals working in material industry.
All information related to the school can be found at: http://www-instn.cea.fr/-2013-Events-.html
Deadline for registration: May 10th, 2013.
This school focuses on different physical and chemical phenomena (diffusion, segregation, oxidation, contamination) involving the surface of materials which may intervene at various depth scales. The study of these phenomena involves the use of the appropriate analytical techniques, from the most conventional to the most innovative requiring Synchrotron X-ray. The complementarity between laboratory and X-ray based techniques will be presented. Thanks to the means made available to them, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an analysis, from the setting up of samples to the acquisition and interpretation of analytical data.
List of speakers :
1) Desing and synthesis of molecular machines:
B. Feringa (Groningen Univ., NL)
D. Leigh (Univ. Of Edimburgh, UK)
J. Michl (Colorado Uni., USA)
G. Rapenne (CEMES, Toulouse, FR)
J. Tour (Rice University, USA)
2) Theory and simulation:
D. Astumian (Univ. Of Maine, USA)C. Joachim (CEMES, Toulouse, FR)
3) Electronic and mechanical manipulation by Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy
S.W Hla (Ohio University, Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
C. Joachim (CEMES, Toulouse, FR)F. Moresco (TU, Dresden, DE)
W.H. Soe (IMRE, Singapore)
C. Sykes (Tufts Univ. Medford, USA)
T. Uchihashi (NIMS, Tsukuba, Japan)
In addition to invited conferences, oral communications will be proposed to the participants.
On the website, you will find all the informations you need to register to the symposium (be careful, there is two steps) and to submit your abstract.
Abstract submission deadline: April 30, 2013
Notification of acceptance: May 10, 2013
Early Bird registration till: May 20, 2013
The deadline for submitting abstracts to the 8th International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism (ICFPM), to be held in Perpignan (France) during next June 24-27, has been postponed to April 12.
This introductory course aims at helping students, researchers and engineers having little or no background in magnetism to better understand the physics and working principles of this new class of magnetic memories called MRAMs (Magnetic Random Access Memories) based on magnetic tunnel junctions. These MRAM or STTRAM (Spin-Transfer-Torque RAM) memories are attracting an increasing interest in microelectronics industry. In a recent ITRS (International Roadmap on Semiconductors) report, they have been identified with Redox RAM as one of the two most promising technologies of emerging non-volatile memories allowing scalability to and beyond the 16nm technology node. The courses will be organized during two and a half days. They will cover various aspects of MRAM technology: the basic spintronics phenomena involved in MRAM, the materials, the various categories of MRAM (pros/cons, performances, degree of maturity), the fabrication process, and the perspectives of low power electronic circuits based on this hybrid CMOS/magnetic technology. The courses will be completed by an optional half day of presentation of design tools for the design of hybrid CMOS/MRAM circuits and of lab visit. The conference language will be English.
Nouvelle conférence en Italie début juillet sur l'énergie aux échelles micros et nanos.
Tous les articles et abstracts devront être soumis en ligne conformément aux instructions (voir la page web de la conférence). Le site pour la soumission des abstracts sera disponible du 15 février au 15 avril 2013.
Ouverture des inscriptions le 20 mai 2013, date limite : 20 juillet 2013.