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IEEE-EDS chapter and the Indian Institute of Science welcome you to participate in the 4th edition of the International Conference on Emerging Electronics. ICEE is now India's flagship electron devices conference and covers all aspects from materials for devices to integration in systems.

The 4th edition will be held at the Royal Orchid Resort, Yelahanka, Bengaluru on the 17th, 18th and 19th of December, 2018. Tutorials will be held at CeNSE, IISc on the 16th of December.

The organizers of the 4th edition have decided to come up with a different conference philosophy and format. While we will have broad thematic areas, within each area we hope to have a focussed workshop on a topic of current interest. The workshops will culminate with a discussion session. All attendees will be workshop participants, with it being as important to be an active member of the audience, as it is to be a speaker. We hope everyone will depart from ICEE with a new sense of direction, a new perspective on the problems being contemplated and a new camaraderie in a common field of interest.

Contributions outside of the focus area but within the broad thematic area are strongly encouraged. These will be accommodated in active poster sessions that the presenters will be making on display screens as opposed to a static poster. Efforts will be made to include outstanding contributions in the workshops.

We look forward to having a wonderful time with your participation in December. Feel free to write to us at conf@ieee-icee.org about the program below the format and the philosophy.

Tutorial Topics

Conference Content:

Broad Thematic Area:
Wide Band Gap Semiconductors

Focus On:
GaN vs Ga2O3

Discussion topics:
Will Ga-oxide beat Ga-nitride in power?
GaN vs SiC in power electronics

Broad Thematic Area:
Photovoltaics and Energy Materials and Devices

Focus On:
Perovskite solar cells

Discussion topics:
Is there any point in developing perovskite cells?

Broad Thematic Area:
Photonics

Focus On:
Si Photonics and Lasers

Discussion topics:
Si Photonics in India - What is the way forward?

Broad Thematic Area:
Low-Dimensional Semiconductors

Focus On:
2-D materials and devices

Discussion topics:
Can MoS2 replace Si?

Broad Thematic Area:
MEMS and NEMS

Focus On:
Bio-sensors

Discussion topics:
Sensors for IOT and in cyber physical systems

Broad Thematic Area:
Emerging Logic and Memory Architectures and Systems Scaling trends

Focus On:
Neuromorphic Architectures, Quantum Computing and Spintronics.

Discussion topics:
End of the CMOS era? What after Si?
Which will be the dominant memory type (MRAM, SST-RAM, PM-RAM etc)?
How will neuromorphic computing impact system design?
Importance of heterogenous integration.

Broad Thematic Area:
Microwave, RF and Terahertz applications

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Discussion topics:
Which will be the leading technology for future applications?

Broad Thematic Area:
Low Cost and Flexible Electronics

Focus On:
 

Discussion topics:
Low cost electronics production, the Indian context.

Broad Thematic Area:
Modelling and Simulation

Focus On:
 

Discussion topics:
 

Broad Thematic Area:
Reliability and Yield

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