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eFutures: beyond Moore's Law

Event

Starts:

May
132013

09:00

Ends:

May
142013

17:00

Location

The Royal Society, London, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

Overview

Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor David Cumming, Professor Steve Furber CBE FREng FRS and Professor Douglas Paul

Event details

Moore’s Law of scaling has driven microelectronics to revolutionise computer and communication technologies. In the 21st Century, microelectronics will deliver integration of new and non-electronic functionality for optical, chemical and biological systems. In this scientific meeting international leaders will be brought together to discuss the diverse opportunities and methodologies that will define this exciting field in the next 20 years.

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Biographies of the organisers and speakers are available below  and recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this page after the event.  Papers have been published in this issue of Philosophical Transactions A.

This meeting was immediately followed by a related satellite meeting at the Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, home of the Kavli Royal Society International Centre.

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Schedule of talks

Session 1

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Chemistry integrated circuit - integration of chemical system on CMOS integrated circuit

Professor Kazuo Nakazato, Nagoya University, Japan

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Disposable semiconductor healthcare devices: from digital plasters to DNA sequencing

Professor Chris Toumazou FRS, Imperial College London, UK

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Game changing technologies for life sciences

Dr Jo De Boeck, SVP & CTO IMEC International

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Lab-on-CMOS bioelectrochemical microsystems

Dr Andrew Mason, Michigan State University, USA

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Session 2

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CMOS - the future in gas sensors

Professor Florin Udrea, University of Cambridge, UK

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Nanosystems: technology, architectures and applications

Professor Giovanni De Micheli, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Switzerland

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Ultra energy efficient systems in biology, engineering, and medicine

Professor Rahul Sarpeshkar, MIT, USA

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Session 3

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An innovative design of uncooled antenna and resonant cavity coupled bolometer array for terahertz real-time imaging

Dr François Simoens, CEA-Leti MINATEC, France

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Beyond CMOS: heterogeneous integration of III-V devices, RF MEMS and other dissimilar materials/devices with Si CMOS to create intelligent microsystems

Dr Thomas E Kazior, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, USA

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Silicon-based silicon-germanium-tin heterostructure photonics

Professor Richard Soref, The University of Massachusetts at Boston, USA

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Solid-state and biological systems interface

Professor Donhee Ham, Harvard University, USA

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Session 4

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Integrated photon counting technologies: CMOS and beyond

Professor Edoardo Charbon, TU Delft, Netherlands

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Ultra high speed photonics on – chip

Professor Michal Lipson, Cornell University, USA

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Why interconnects are more important than logic

Professor David Miller, FRS, Stanford University, USA

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eFutures: beyond Moore's Law The Royal Society, London 6-9 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AG UK