Short Courses

Sunday, September 27, 2020, 13:00PM – 17:30PM

Attendance at each of Short Courses will be charged separately from the SSDM Conference Registration Fee.

A Recent advances in organic electronics

Junichi Takeya Univ. of Tokyo

With the expectation of IoT and environmentally friendly society, electronics technologies based on light-weight materials at little energy consumption are desired. This course focuses on advances in organic electronics provoked by recently emerged organic materials. The series lectures cover material development for both polymers and small molecules, charge transport theory and electronics applications.

  • 13:00 – 13:15
    Junichi Takeya
    (Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Toshi Okamoto (Univ. of Tokyo)
    13:15 – 14:10
    “Recent advances in molecular semiconductors towards high-end organic electronics”
    Toshi Okamoto
    (Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Itaru Osaka (Hiroshima Univ.)
    14:10 – 15:05
    “Recent advances in π-conjugated materials for organic photovoltaics”
    Itaru Osaka
    (Hiroshima Univ.)
  • --- Break (15 min) ---
  • Paddy Chan (Univ. of Hong Kong)
    15:20 – 16:15
    “The paths toward low contact resistance transistors by utilizing 2D organic semiconductors”
    Paddy Chan
    (Univ. of Hong Kong)
  • Hiroyuki Ishii (Tsukuba Univ.)
    16:15 – 17:10
    “Charge transport simulations based on density functional theory”
    Hiroyuki Ishii
    (Tsukuba Univ.)

B 5G evolution and beyond

Kunio Tsuda Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corp.
Koh Johguchi Shinshu Univ.

5G service is available in more than 30 countries and regions, and users have experienced incredible improvements in data speeds and wireless capacity. 5G is a core technology for IoT and future every industry and accelerates the development of many other creative technologies and services. An innovative semiconductor device and material technology drives this evolution. In this short course, we will focus on current status and future prospects of Solid-State Devices and Materials technology for 5G evolution and beyond. Also, the role of memory/storage-centric design approaches and packaging technologies for creating new value for markets in the 5G era are discussed.

  • 13:00 – 13:50
    Cédric Malaquin
    (Yole Dévelopment)
  • Han Wui Then (Intel Corp.)
    13:50 – 14:40
    “GaN Transistor Technology and CMOS Integration on 300mm Silicon for 5G and beyond”
    Han Wui Then
    (Intel Corp.)
  • --- Break (15 min) ---
  • Jie Deng (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)
    14:55 – 15:45
    “High Performance Mobile SoC Technology : Design Technology Co-Optimization to address Design Requirements and Technology challenges”
    Jie Deng
    (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.)
  • Ken Takeuchi (Univ. of Tokyo)
    15:45 – 16:35
    “Heterogeneously Integrated Adaptive Storage System for 5G Network”
    Ken Takeuchi
    (Univ. of Tokyo)
  • Toshihiko Nishio (SBR Technology)
    16:35 – 17:25
    “2.5/3D chiplets package for
    high performance AI chips”
    Toshihiko Nishio
    (SBR Technology)