Short Courses

Monday, September 2, 2019
Time and place will be announced soon.

Attendance at each of Short Courses will be charged separately from the SSDM registration fee.

A Essential Technologies toward Next Generation Computing

Organizer: Masaharu Kobayashi The Univ. of Tokyo

CMOS technology is getting to its tipping point toward next computing paradigm. Due to the fact that Moore’s law is slowing down, new technology innovations are needed to support massive-parallel and data-driven applications in an energy-efficient way by overcoming computational limitations such as von-Neumann bottleneck. This short course includes ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW to start or help your own research toward next generation computing: advanced CMOS and memory technologies, device-circuit interaction for AI chip, in-memory computing, and silicon quantum computing. All the participants are welcome. Young students and researchers are highly encouraged to join.

September 2, 2019
  • “Advanced CMOS Scaling Technology beyond 5nm Node”(Tentative)
    Julien Ryckaert
  • “Status-of-Art of Memories for Next-Generation Computing”
    Soo Gil Kim
    (SK hynix Inc.)
  • “Nonvolatile Logic LSI Design Technology and Its Application to AI Hardware”
    Masanori Natsui
    (Tohoku Univ.)
  • “ReRAM Opportunities for In-Memory Computing”
    Kensuke Ota
    (Toshiba Memory Corp.)
  • “Silicon MOS Technology for Spin-Based Quantum Computing”
    Louis Hutin

B Semiconductor Devices and Materials for Future Mobility

Organizer: Tetsu Kachi Nagoya Univ.

From the point of the global environment and social sustainability, the role of electrically powered mobilities is rapidly increasing. In this short course, we will focus on materials, devices, and modules of electric vehicles and aircraft. We will also discuss a system for transmitting electricity to mobility. We encourage beginners as well as experts of power electronics to join our short course.

September 2, 2019
  • “Widebandgap Semiconductors for Power Conversion and Communication”
    Srabanti Chowdhury
    (Stanford Univ.)
  • “Semiconductor Devices for Medium Voltage (> 1.2kV) Power Systems”
    Kizilyalli Isik
    (US Dept. of Energy)
  • “Diversified Electrification — Key for Toyota's Challenge towards a Sustainable Society”
    Taro Aoyama
    (Toyota Motor Corp.)
  • “Power Modules Investigations for Emerging Aircraft Applications”
    Junji Yamada
    (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
  • “Advanced Control of Electric Vehicles and Development of Wireless In-Wheel Motors for Dynamic Charging”
    Hiroshi Fujimoto
    (The Univ. of Tokyo)