Program        Invited Speakers


Invited Speakers


1. Advanced Semiconductors
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Tae-Hee Han   Hanyang University, Korea Surface Management of Halide Perovskite for Optoelectronic Devices
Hui-Seon Kim   Inha University, Korea Effect of Strain Engineering in Perovskite Layer on Its Optoelectronic Performance
Daesu Lee   POSTECH, Korea Functional Perovskite Oxides with Atomic Gradients
Dooyong Lee   Kyungpook National University, Korea TBA
Lingling Mao   Southern University of Science and Technology, China TBA
Jaehyun Moon   ETRI, Korea Non-planar ALD-NbOx Neuromorphic Devices
Tianxiang Nan   Tsinghua University, China Magnon Spin Transport in Multiferroic Materials
Ambrose Seo   University of Kentucky, USA Tuning spin-wave dispersion via interfacial interaction
Dongguen Shin   Chonnam National University, Korea Understanding and Interpreting the Complex Electronic Properties of Metal Halide Perovskite Interfaces
Dong-Myeong Shin   The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Single-ion Conducting Borate Network Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Metal Battery Applications
Constantinos C. Stoumpos   University of Crete, Greece TBA
Lingfei Wang   University of Science and Technology of China, China Super-tetragonal Sr4Al2O7: A Versatile Sacrificial Layer for High-integrity Freestanding Oxide Membranes
Shun Watanabe   University of Tokyo, Japan Charge, Spin and Phonon in Organic Semiconductors
Hiroyuki Yoshida   Chiba University, Japan TBA
Lianfeng Zhao   Clemson University, USA Toward Metal Halide Perovskite Laser Diodes
2. Quantum Information and Technology
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Jinwoong Cha   KRISS, Korea Hybridizing Quantum Devices for Quantum Technologies
Sophia Economou   Virginia Tech, USA TBA
Kalus Ensslin   ETH Zurich, Switzerland Graphene quantum devices
Michael E. Flatté   University of Iowa, USA TBA
Giulia Galli   University of Chicago, USA Electronic structure and coherent states of spin defects in molecules and solids from first principles calculations
Jean-Michel Gérard   CEA/Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire de Grenoble (IRIG), France Advanced Single Photon Sources for Quantum Photonic Technologies
Dongyeon Kang   KIST, Korea Diamond NV Center Technologies for Quantum Memory Network
Wonjin Jang   EPFL, Switzerland Coherent hole quantum dot - photon interface in planar germanium
Jehyung Kim   UNIST, Korea Quantum photonics on all fiber-integrated platforms
Tongcang (Tony) Li   Purdue University, USA TBA
Hermann Sellier   Neel Institute, CNRS / University Grenoble Alpes, France Partitioning statistics of a multi-electron state driven by a surface acoustic wave
Jason Smith   University of Oxford, UK Towards chip-scale quantum memories for a million qubits
Seok-Kyun Son   Kyung Hee University, Korea Quantum acoustics: single electron-deterministic single photon conversion
Jin-Shi Xu   University of Science and Technology of China, China Helium Ion-Implanted Single Spin Defects for Scalable Fabrication in 4H-SiC
Hiroshi Yamaguchi   NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan Hybrid Acoustic Devices based on Compound Semiconductors
3. 2D Semiconductors
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Ingrid Barcelos   Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory, Brazil TBA
Andrey Chaves   Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil Moiré Confinement of Electrons, Holes, and Excitons in Van Der Waals Heterostructures
Wonbong Choi   University of North Texas, USA Realizing Scalable 2D TMDs Synaptic Devices for Neuromorphic Computing
Elhadj Dogheche   Université Polytechnique Hauts de France TBA
Yara Galvão Gobato   Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil Valley and Exciton Properties of Van Der Waals Heterostructures : The Impact of Strain and Magnetic Proximity Effects
Kyung-Hwan Jin   Institute for Basic Science, Korea Engineering Flat Bands in 1T-TaS2
Jinsoo Joo   Korea University, Korea Hetero-Exciton Dynamics and Devices for Various Donor-Acceptor Heterojunctions
Jeongwoo Kim   Incheon National University, Korea Optoelectronic Manifestation of Orbital Angular Momentum Driven by Chiral Hopping in Trigonal Se Chains
Jonghwan Kim   POSTECH, Korea Controlling strong-field optical response of massless Dirac fermions in graphene
Soyeun Kim   DGIST, Korea Charge order phase control via uniaxial strain and ultrafast optical pumping in TbTe3
JaeDong Lee   DGIST, Korea Two-dimensional Exciton-Floquet Composites
Sang Wook Lee   Ewha Womans University, Korea Graphene based Nano-electromechanical Systems; Physics and Application for Bio-molecule Detection
Woojoo Lee   KRISS, Korea Visualizing Non-equilibrium Electronic Band Structures of 2D Semiconductors Using Time-resolved ARPES
Xiaoqin Li   University of Texas at Austin, USA Versatile Excited States in Semiconductor Moiré Superlattices
Seong Chu Lim   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Passivation of Trap Sites in 2D Layered Devices using H-TFSI
Thuc Hue Ly   City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China Controlled Adhesion of Ice – Towards Ultraclean 2D Materials
Tomoki Machida   University of Tokyo, Japan TBA
Heesuk Rho   Jeonbuk National University, Korea Charge localization induced by defects in two-dimensional structures
Qihua Xiong   Tsinghua University, China TBA
Eui-Hyeok Yang   Stevens Institute of Technology, USA Room Temperature 2D Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors for Spintronics and Quantum Sensing
Wang Yao   University of Hongkong, Hong Kong Quantum anomalous Hall effects in twisted 2D semiconductor
Young-Gui Yoon   Chung-Ang University, Korea First-principles Calculations of Molybdenum Disulfide Films on Substrates
Jaehyung Yu   Chung-Ang University, Korea Mechanics of 2D materials in the three-dimensional space
Seokjoon Yun   University of Ulsan, Korea Bottom-up Synthesis of 2D Materials for Future Electronics
Arend Zande   University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA TBA
Jiong Zhao   The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong TBA
Yue Zhao   Southern University of Science and Technology, China TBA
4. Artificial Intelligence Materials and Devices
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Kah Wee Ang   National University of Singapore, Singapore Compute-in-Memory Hardware based on 2D Memristive Crossbar Array for Convolution Neural Networks
Jen-Sue Chen   National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan Temporal Data Process Using Oxide Electronic Devices for Neuromorphic Computing Application
Min-Hwi Kim   Chung-Ang University, Korea TBA
Sangbum Kim   Seoul National University, Korea TBA
Daewoong Kwon   Hanyang University, Korea Ferroelectric Memories as a Artificial Intelligence Device
Kyusang Lee   University of Virginia, USA Heterogeneous Integration for Intelligent Sensing
Akihito Sawa   AIST, Japan Ferroelectric Tunnel Junctions for Memory and Neuromorphic Device Applications
Young Min Song   GIST, Korea Lessons from animal vision: Towards diversity of robot cameras
Joshua Yang   University of Southern California, USA Analog Computing with High Precision Enabled by Memristors
Seungmo Yang   KRISS, Korea Skyrmion-based Spintronic Devices for Neuromorphic Computing
Tae-Sik Yoon   Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea Artificial Synapse Devices with Analog Resistance Change in Metal Oxides for Neuromorphic Computing
Shimeng Yu   Georgia Institute of Technology, USA TBA
5. Photonics
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Hyeonjun Baek   Sogang University, Korea Moiré Excitons in 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Heterostructures
Afshan Begum   National Institute for Materials Science, Japan TBA
Gabriele Grosso   City University of New York, USA Exploring New Optical Resonances with Atomic-size Phase Patterns in Single-layer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
Sangyoon Han   DGIST, Korea New Opportunities for MEMS in Silicon Photonics
Run Hu   Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China Materials informatics design of thermal metamaterials for thermal radiation control
Satoshi Ishii   NIMS, Japan Daytime Radiative Coolers and Their Applications to Thermoelectric Generation
Satoshi Iwamoto   The University of Tokyo, Japan Semiconductor-based Topological Waveguides: Potential and Challenges
Junghoon Jahng   KRISS, Korea Linear and Nonlinear Optical Response of 2-D Materials at Nano-Femto Scale with Ultrafast Pump-Probe Force Microscopy
Hyeon-Ho Jeong   GIST, Korea Scalable plasmonic molecules and superstructures
Evan S. H. Kang   Chungbuk National University, Korea Optical Nanoantennas and Metasurfaces Using Organic Semiconductors
Hee-Dae Kim   Jeonbuk National University, Korea TBA
Jonghwan Kim   POSTECH, Korea Probing deep-ultraviolet optoelectronic processes in hexagonal boron nitride
Vasily Kravtsov   ITMO University, Russia Imaging of Single-photon Emitters Within Nanoscale Strain Profiles in a Monolayer Semiconductor
Tony Low   University of Minnesota, USA TBA
Jingang Ma   Northeast Normal University, China TBA
Hyowon Moon   KIST, Korea Inducing Carbon-related Defects in hBN and Their Characteristics
Jun Nishida   Institute for Molecular Science, Japan Local Exciton Dynamics in Low-dimensional Semiconductors Probed by Ultrafast Mid-infrared Nanoscopy
You-Shin No   Konkuk University, Korea On-demand Si-integrable Nanoscale Light Sources
Kyung-Hyun Park   ETRI, Korea TBA
Sunae So   Korea University, Korea Enhancing Information Capacity in Metasurfaces for Advanced Holographic Applications
Jae Woong Yoon   Hanyang University, Korea Topological leaky-mode-resonance engineering
6. Energy Materials and Devices
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Yi Hou   National University of Singapore, Singapore Unlocking the Potential of Perovskite Solar Cells: from Single-Junction to Tandem
Seigo Ito   Hyogo University, Japan High-Temperature (140 degree C) Stable Carbon-Based Perovskite Solar Cells for Commercialization
Ho Won Jang   Seoul National University, Korea Single-atom Catalysts and High-entropy Nanomaterials for Water Splitting
Jaeki Jeong   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Bulk and Interface Engineering to Maximize the Efficiency of Alpha-FAPbI3 Perovskite Solar Cells
Hyun Suk Jung   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Exploitation of Advanced Materials and Process for Sustainable Perovskite Solar Cells
Dong Suk Kim   UNIST, Korea TBA
Jin-Wook Lee   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Atmospheric Humidity Underlies Irreproducibility of Formamidinium Lead Iodide Perovskite Solar Cells
Sanghan Lee   GIST, Korea Design of Photoelectrodes for Efficient Solar Water Splitting
Jianfeng Lu   Wuhan University of Technology, China Scalable Technology for Highly Efficient and Stable Perovskite Solar Cells
Hanul Min   Korea University, Korea Development Strategies of Highly Efficient and Stable Perovskite Solar Cells
Taiho Park   POSTECH, Korea TBA
Akinori Saeki   Osaka University, Japan Development of Solution-processed Bi/Sb Solar Cells Using Automated Experiments
Byungha Shin   KAIST, Korea Tandem Photoelectrochemical Devices for Unassisted Solar Fuel Generation
Jinhiu Tong   Wuhan University of Technology, China Highly Efficient and Stable All-perovskite Tandem Solar Cells
Atsushi Wakamiya   Kyoto University, Japan Surface Modification for Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells
Chenyi Yi   Tsinghua University, China High efficiency large area perovskite solar cells by vacuum evaporation
Jing Bi You   University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells via Charge Carrier Modulation and Defect Passivation
7. Quantum Materials and Devices
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Matt Bergren    UbiQD, Inc., USA I-III-VI Quantum Dots: Optimizing Sunlight Utilization and Beyond
Marco Califano   University of Leeds, UK Surface and shape effects in semiconductor nanostructures: from charge extraction rates engineering to indirect-to-direct character manipulation
Fabien Delpech   Université de Toulouse, France Indium Phosphide Quantum Dots: Novel Precursors, Surface Chemistry and Optical Properties
Bo Hou   Cardiff University, UK Inkjet-printed Colloidal Quantum Dots Active Lighting and Sensing: From Ink Formulation to the Interface Physics
Moonsung Kang   Sogang University, Korea Direct and Indirect Photopatterning of Quantum Dots
Jongwook Kim   Ecole Polytechnique, France What can we do with anisotropic luminescent nanocrystals?
Sungjee Kim   POSTECH, Korea Silver-Gold Sulfide Quantum Dots for Optoelectronic Devices
Maksym Kovalenko   ETH Zurich, Switzerland Engineering Single-Particle and Collective Light Emission from Lead Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals
Donghan Lee   Bright Quantum Inc., Korea Semiconductor quantum dots for on-demand single photon sources
Jaehoon Lim   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Heteroepitaxial Chemistry on Colloidal Quantum Dots Toward Defect-Free Core/Shell Heterostructures
Clément Livache   Ecole Polytechnique, France New Photophysics in Magnetically-doped Quantum Dots: Taming Ultrafast Processes for Energy Applications
Céline Nayral   Université de Toulouse, France Chemistry of Underdeveloped Metal Phosphide Quantum Dots : II-V Semiconductors
Nuri Oh   Hanyang University, Korea Tailored Synthetic Strategies for Colloidal Pnictide Nanocrystals: From n‐type InAs to p-type Zn3As2
Kyoung-Duck Park   POSTECH, Korea Tip-enhanced nano-spectroscopic modulator for single quantum dots
Andrey Rogach   City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China Perovskite Nanocrystals for Efficient Light-Emitting Diodes
Richard Schaller   Northwestern University, USA Ultrafast Photophysics and Lattice Dynamics in Semiconductor Nanomaterials
Jooyoung Sung   DGIST, Korea Ultrafast Charge Carrier Transport Dynamics in Quantum Dot Solids Revealed by fs-Microscopy
Kaifeng Wu   Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China Observation and Manipulation of Spin Coherence in Semiconductor Quantum Dots
8. Sensor and Flexible Electronics
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Xiang Chen   Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China P-type 2D Semiconductor Materials with High Hole Mobility
Yeonsik Choi   Yonsei University, Korea A Bioresorbable Pacemaker with Transient Closed-loop Systems
Sahika Inal   KAUST, Saudi Arabia Organic mixed conductor based transistors for diagnostics
Sungjune Jung   POSTECH, Korea Tissue-Interfaced Organic Bioelectronics
Seong Jun Kang   Kyung Hee University, Korea Optical synaptic photosensors based on oxide semiconductors
Jimin Kwon   UNIST, Korea TBA
Hyunjoo Jenny Lee   KAIST, Korea TBA
Sunghoon Lee   RIKEN, Japan Ultrasoft Nanomesh Devices Toward Next-generation Wearable Electronics
Wonryung Lee   KIST, Korea Conformable Electronics for Bio-compatibility
Naoji Matsuhisa   The University of Tokyo, Japan Skin-conformable Sensors and Displays by Intrinsically Stretchable Polymer Electronic Materials
Kenji Nomura   University of California San Diego, USA Recent Progress in Oxide Thin-Film Transistor Technology
Hea-Lim Park   Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea Tailoring the Current Path in Vertical Photosynaptic Transistors for Applications in Artificial Neural Networks
Suji Park   Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA Automated 2D Materials Fabrication and Application
Binghao Wang   Southeast University, China Semiconductor/Insulating Polymer Blends for Diverse Thin-Film Transistors and Sensors
Ki Jun Yu   Yonsei University, Korea Soft Bio-integrated Electronics for Unconventional Brain-machine Interfaces
Fengjiao Zhang   University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Research on Molecular Assembly Enabled Bioelectronic Sensors based on Organic Transistors
9. Industry
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Hyungju Ahn   Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Korea TBA
Sungjun Jun   Issac Research, Korea Atomic Layer Deposition for the Advanced Technology
Do Kyoon Kim   AI Research Center at Samsung Seoul Hospital Metaverse, Global XR tech. trend to watch
Jincheol Kim   Google, Korea AI and Semiconductor Industry - Opportunities and Recent Advances from the Perspectives of Google
Joosung Kim   Jusung Engineering, Korea TBA
Sangwook Kim   SAIT, Korea TBA
Myoung-Kuy Lee   ASML, Korea TBA
Sejeong Park   Rigaku Americas Corporation, USA X-ray Metrology Solutions for Semiconductor Technology
Jeongeun Seo   Amorepacific, Korea TBA
Simon Tomas   Paragraf, UK Graphene in Next Generation Electronics Devices
10. Carbon Nanostructures and Standardization
Name Affiliation, Country Presentation Title
Yuljae Cho   Jiatong University, China Ambient Energy Harvesting for Self-powered Electronics and Health Monitoring
Naoki Fukata   NIMS, Japan Functionalization of Group IV Semiconductor Nanowires for Novel Transistor Channels
Gwangru Ge   National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China Graphene and CNT Standardization from China's Perspective
John Hong   Kookmin University, Korea International Standardization Research and Trends of Carbon-Related Materials & Their Applications
A-Rang Jang   Kongju National University, Korea TBA
Il Jeon   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea TBA
Bongjun Kim   Sookmyung Women's University, Korea Carbon Nanotube-based Transistors and Circuits for Enhanced Data Density
Yong Duck Kwon   Graphene Lab, Korea Making Pellicle Using Graphene
Chang Hee Lee   Kyoto University, Japan TBA
Jae Hyun Lee   Ajou University, Korea TBA
Albert Nasibulin   Skoltech, Russia TBA
Taishi Nishihara   Kyoto University, Japan TBA
Sangyeon Pak   Hongik University, Korea Flexible Microsupercapacitors based on Laser-scribed 3D Graphene Electrodes
Hiroshi Ueno   Tohoku University, Japan Chemistry of Ionic Endohedral Fullerenes: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
Won Jong Yoo   Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Metallic Contact at the 2D Semiconductor Interfaces