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					                           Saturday, August 24, 2002 10:00am - 6:00pm
                            Nanotechnology Council ADCOM meeting
                               Roanoke and Rappahannock Room

                            Sunday, August 25, 2002 9:00am - 5:00pm
                     Day of Tutorias (See the Tutorials for room assignments)

                            Sunday, August 25, 2002 6:00pm - 7:00pm
                                     Conference Reception
                                         Crystal Room

                                            Monday AM                                     # papers
  Roanoke                                                                        MA1         8
               "Phonons in nanostructures and nanodevices: influence of phonons on
                                        electrical, optical and mechanical properties"


                    Organizer and Chair: Mitra Dutta, University of Illinois at Chicago
                                    Co-Chair: Vladimir Mitin, Wayne State University
   Dewey                                                                           MA2      12
                     "Nanofabrication, nanolithography, and growth and synthesis of
                                                                        nanostructures"

Rappahannock                                                                  MA3            7
                    "Atomic force microscopy, nano-scale manipulators and scanning
                                                             tunneling microscopy"


                                                                                MA4          6
                                                 "Nanowire devices and applications"

   James                                                                       MA5           6
                                                                     "Nanomagnetics"

                                                                               MA6           5
                            "Nanosystems: modeling, simulation and failure analysis"

                                            Monday PM                                     # papers

Rappahannock                                                                      MP1        7
                     "The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics:
               physics, simulation, and experimental characterization - I. Physics and
                                 modeling of semiconductors-based nanoelectronics"


               Organizers and Co-Chairs: Dwight Woolard, US Army Research
               Office;   Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology

  Roanoke                                                                       MP2         10
                                Nanotechnology: biological systems and applications"

   Dewey                                                                        MP3          9
                      "Nanophotonics, optics in nanoscience, and optical diagnostics"
   James                                                                       MP4          9
                         "Nanoelectronics: MOS structures and molecular transistors"




                                            Tuesday AM                                   # papers

  Roanoke                                                                     TA1           7
                                                                "Nanometamaterials"
               Organizers and Co-Chairs: Nader Engheta, University of
               Pennsylvania; Richard W. Ziolkowski, University of Arizona



   Dewey                                                                      TA2           9
                              "Nanoelectronics: devices, components, and transport"

   James                                                                          TA3      10
                                            "Nanocrystalline structures and particles"




Rappahannock                                                                       TA4      6
               "The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics:
               physics, simulation, and experimental characterization. - II. Molecular
               electronics".


               Organizers and Co-Chairs: Dwight Woolard, US Army Research
               Office;   Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology


                                                                              TA5           6
                                                               "Quantum computing"
                                            Tuesday PM                                   # papers

   Dewey                                                                        TP1         7
                                                                   "Nanophotonics"
               Organizer and Chair:Gregory J. Sonek, Optical Switch Corporation
               Co-Chair:



   James                                                                         TP2
                                                "Grand challenges in nanoelectronics"
                     Organizer and Chair: Clifford Lau, U.S. Office of Naval Research
                                Plenary Lecture, 6:00pm-7:00pm
                                     Chesapeake Ballroom
                        Professor Stephen Y. Chou, Princeton University
                 "Nanostructure Engineering: A Path to Discovery and Innovation"


                                    7:00pm Cocktail Reception
                                           Foyer Area

                              8:00pm -10:00pm Conference Banquet
                                        Admiral Ballroom

                                          Wednesday AM                                  # papers

Rappahannock                                                                  WA1          5
                                                           "Molecule-based devices"

                                                                      WA2
               "Quantum dots and forces on nanoparticles: applications and                 5
               properties"

   James                                                                      WA3          6
                                                        "Quantum cellular automata"

                                                                               WA4         5
                          "Assembly, patterning, and manipulation on the nanoscale"
  Roanoke                                                                      WA5         7
                       "Nanotechnology: institutional, commercial, and manufacturing
                                perspectives; patent databases and analytical tools"


                                                                           WA6             5
                                               "Nanocomponents and nanosystems"

   Dewey                                                                          WA7      8
               "The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics:
               physics, simulation, and experimental characterization - III. Advanced
               computational techniques for nanoelectronics and molecular
               electronics".
               Organizers and Co-Chairs: Dwight Woolard, US Army Research
               Office;   Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology

                                          Wednesday PM                                  # papers

  Roanoke                                                                     WP1         10
                        "Nanotubes: devices, applications, processing and assembly"




   James                                                                     WP2          10
                           "Nanodevices and nanosystems: specialized applications"
   Dewey                                                                      WP3
                                     "Environmental implications of nanotechnology"

                    Organizer and Chair: Barbara Karn, US Environmental Protection
                                                                          Agency



Rappahannock                                                                  WP4     6
               "Single-electron devices and systems"
MA1
“Phonons in nanostructures and nanodevices: influence of phonons on electrical,
optical and mechanical properties”

Organizer and Chair: Mitra Dutta, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Co-Chair:            Vladimir Mitin, Wayne State University, USA

0830 “Introduction”, Mitra Dutta, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

0840 "Phonon effects in low dimensional nanostructure transport", Sankar Das Sarma,
     University of Maryland, USA (invited)

0920 "Coherent acoustic phonons in InGaN multiple quantum wells effects”, U. Ozgur,
     H. O. Everitt, Duke University, USA

0940 "Electron-phonon relaxation in disordered conductors and nanostructures:
     superconducting hot-electron nanosensors," A. Sergeev, V. Mitin, Wayne State
     University, USA, B. Karasik, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, M. Gershenson,
     Rutgers University, USA

1000 Break

1020 "Effects of phonon confinement on noise in nanodevices," S. Bandyopadhyay,
     Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, A. Svizhenko, NASA Ames Research
     Center, USA, M. A. Stroscio, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, A. Balandin,
     University of California at Riverside, USA, K. L. Wang, University of California
     at Los Angeles, USA

1040 "Coherent LO phonon generation by high-velocity electrons in two-dimensional
     channels and their impact on carrier transport," S. M. Komirenko, K. W. Kim,
     North Carolina State University, USA, V. A. Kochelap, National Academy of
     Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine, M. A. Stroscio, University of Illinois at Chicago,
     USA

1100 "Phonon-assisted sub-band depopulation in semiconductor quantum well laser
     heterostructures," M. V. Kisin, State University of New York at Stony
     Brook, USA, M. A. Stroscio, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

1120 "Phonon scattering in nanostructures: functions and challenges to modeling," L.
     F. Register, Wanqiang Chen, S. K. Banerjee, University of Texas at Austin, USA

1140 "Two-state mesomechanical systems," M. Wybourne, S. M. Carr, W. E.
     Lawrence, Dartmouth College, USA
MA2
"Nanofabrication, nanolithography, and growth and synthesis of nanostructures"

Co-chairs:    Robert Shull, NIST, USA
              Robert Trew, Virginia Tech, USA

0800   "Recent development and applications of nanoimprinting technique",
       L.J.Guo, X. Cheng, C.-Y. Chao, University of Michigan, USA

0820   "Scanning probe lithography with real time position control interferometer",
       B.C. Yao, F. S.-S. Chien, S.S. Pan, Y.Y. Su, G.S. Peng, Industrial Technology
       Research Institute, Taiwan, ROC

0840   "Growth of nano-sized copper seed layer on TaSiN by new non-toxic electroless
       plating", R.S. Liu, C.C. Chien, C.C. You, National Taiwan University, Taiwan,
       ROC, M.S. Tsai, F.S. Hu, National Nano-Device Laboratories, Taiwan, ROC, K.
       Lee, J. Lu, Merck-Kanto Advanced Chemicals Ltd., Taiwan, ROC

0900   "Selective growth of ZnO nanotips using MOCVD", S. Mathukumar, H. Sheng,
       Z. Zhang, N.W. Emanaetoglu, Y. Lu, Rutgers University, USA

0920   "Fabrication of anodic alumina nano- and micro-structures", O.L. Voitik, K.I.
       Delendik, L.G. Polevskay, O.N. Kudanovich, Belarus Academy of Science,
       Belarus

0940    "Electrostatically deposited PZT nano and micro fibers derived from non lead
       acetate metallo-organic precursors", Y. Wang, J.J. Santiago-Aviles, University of
       Pennsylvania, R. Furlan, I. Ramos, University of Puerto Rico, USA

1000 Break

1020   "Nanostructures and nanomaterials fabricated by electroless technology",
       T.N. Khoperia, Georgian Academy of Sciences, Georgia

1040   "Fabrication of nanocrystalline WO3 by evaporation and annealing",
       A.H. Jayatissa, S.T. Cheng, Western Michigan University, USA

1100   "Early stages on the graphitization investigation of electrostatically generated
       PAN nanofibers", Y. Wang, J.J. Santiago-Aviles, University of Pennsylvania,
       USA

1120   ""Direct synthesis and characterization of 2D nanocomposites in MoS2-metal
       system", Y. Deng, G.-D. Wei, J. Liu, C.-W. Nan, Tsinghua University, PRC,
       S.-J. Zhao, Jiamusi University, PRC
1140   "The synthesis and characterization of nanocrystalline, semi-conducting
       poly(thiophene)", D.B. Adebimpe, G.R. Wright, M. Zgol, GMA Industries Inc.,
       USA

1200 "3D structuring of c-Si using porous silicon as sacrificial material", U.M.
     Mescheder, A. Kovacs, A. Fahad, R. Huster, University of Applied Sciences,
     Germany
MA3
"Atomic force microscopy, nano-scale manipulators and scanning tunneling
microscopy"

Co-chairs:    Bernd Michel, Fraunhofer IZM, Germany
              Aristides A. G. Requicha, University of Southern California, USA

0800   "Simulation of contact interaction of nanometer objectpushing using AFM",
       X. Yu, A.A. Goldenberg, University of Toronto, Canada

0820   "Stewart platform for micro- and nano-scale manipulators", H. Wu, A.A. Tseng,
       Arizona State University, USA

0840   "Displacement and strain field measurements for nanotechnology applications",
       D. Vogel, J. Keller, A. Gollhardt, B. Michel, Fraunhofer IZM, Germany

0900   "A high precision interferometric system for nanodeplacement measurements",
       S. Topçu, L. Chassagne, Y. Alayli, Université de Versailles, France, P. Juncar,
       BNM-INM/CNAM, France

0920   "Asymmetry and Fermi liquid effects in scanning tunneling spectroscopy of
       V3Si", C.E.Sosolik, E.W. Hudson, J.A. Stroscio, S.R. Blankenship, A.P. Fein,
       R.J. Celotta, NIST, USA

0940   "Construction of artificial nanoscale structures using native substrate materials",
       S.-W. Hla, Ohio University, USA

1000 "Capacitive micromachined ultrasonic transducer based integrated actuator for
     atomic force microscope cantilevers", E. Haeggström, G.G. Yaralioglu, A.S.
     Ergun, P.T. Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University, USA




MA4
"Nanowire devices and applications"

Co-chairs:    Terry Bollinger, The MITRE Corporation, USA
              Kenneth LaSala, NOAA, USA

1020   "Quasi-static/cyclic loading tests of nanometric SiO2 wires using AFM technique
       for NEMS designs", T. Namazu, Himeji Institute of Technology, Japan, Y. Isono,
       Ritsumeikan University, Japan

1040   "Optical absorption in THz-field driven quantum wires and rings", A.V. Maslov,
       D.S. Citrin, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

1100   "Solvothermal growth and characterization of composite of Ni(OH)2 coating on
       La(OH)3 nanorods", Y.Deng, J. Wu, G.-D. Wei, J. Liu, C.-W. Nan, Tsinghua
       University, PRC, S.-J. Zhao, Jiamusi University, PRC

1120   "Nano wires for Si with novel current-voltage characteristics at room
       temperature", S.F. Hu, W.Z. Wong, S.S. Liu, Y.C. Wu, C.L. Sung, National
       Nano-Device Laboratories, Taiwan, T.Y. Huang, T.J. Yang, National Chiao Tung
       University, Taiwan, ROC

1140   "Template-based approach to RuO2 and MnO2 nanowires", Y. Fan, R. Sordan,
       M. Burghard, K. Kern, Max-Plank Institut fuer Festkoerperforschung, Germany

1200   "A simple bond consistency analysis technique for optimizing nanowire
       conductivity", T. Bollinger, MITRE Corporation, USA

MA5
"Nanomagnetics"

Co-Chairs: Wolfgang Porod, University of Notre Dame, USA
           Vitali Metlushko, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

0800   "Signal processing with coupled ferromagnetic dots", G. Csaba, A. Imre, W.
       Porod, University of Notre dame, USA, V. Metlushko, University of Illinois at
       Chicago, USA

0820   "Arrays of nano-rings for magnetic storage applications", V. Metlushko,
       University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, U. Welp, V. Vlasov, G. Crabtree, M.
       Grimsditch, Argonna National Lab., USA, B. Ilic, Cornell University, USA,
       J. Bekaert, V.V. Moshchalkov, Y. Bruynseraede, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,
       Belgium, X. Zhu, P. Grütter, McGill University, Canada

0840   "Energy structure and magnetization effect of semiconductor quantum rings",
       Y. Li, S.M. Sze, National Nano-Device Laboratories and National Chiao Tung
       University, Taiwan, ROC, H.-M. Lu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan,
       ROC, O. Voskoboynikov, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC and
       Kiev Taras Shevchenko University, Ukraine, C. P. Lee, National Chiao Tung
       University, Taiwan, ROC

0900   "Thermal longevity of nano-multilayer magnetic media", E. Della Torre, George
       Washington University, USA, L.H. Bennett, NIST, USA

0920   "Heat effect behavior of the magnetic characteristics of nano-iron particles",
       G. Liu, Tianjin University, PRC
0940   "Magnetic core-inorganic shell nanoparticles for biomedical applications",
       G. Salazar-Alvarez, A. Zagorodni, Y. Zhang, M. Muhammed, Royal Institute of
       Technology, Sweden

1000   Break


MA6
"Nanosystems: modeling, simulation and failure analysis"

Co-chairs:     Bing Sheu, Nassda Corporation, USA
               David P. Vallett, IBM Microelectronics Division, USA

1000 Break

1020   "The circuit paradigm in modeling coupled nanomechanic-nanoelectronic
       dynamics", A. Csurgay, W. Porod, University of Notre Dame, USA

1040   "A universal device model for nanoelectronic circuit simulation",
       M.M. Ziegler, G.S. Rose, M.R. Stan, University of Virginia, USA

1100   "Failure analysis requirements for nanoelectronics", D. P. Vallett,
       IBM Microelectronics Division, USA

1120   "High-fidelity modeling of nanosystems: novel method and paradigms",
       S.E. Lyshevski, Purdue University at Indianapolis, USA

1140   "Nanotechnologies and nanosystems of informatics as a basis for self-
       replication", S. Węgrzyn, R. Winiarczyk, Polish Academy of Sciences, L.
       Znamirowski, Silesian University of Technology, Poland

MP1
"The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics: physics, simulation,
and experimental characterization - I. Physics and modeling of semiconductor-
based nanoelectronics"

Organizers and Co-chairs:    Dwight Woolard, US Army Research Office, USA
                             Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

1400 "Electron transport in nanoscale bipolar transistors", S. Goasguen, A.R. Butt,
     K.D. Colby, M.S. Lundstrom, Purdue University, USA

1420 "A frequency-selective terahertz radiation detector based on a semiconductor
     superlattice with a resonator", A. Raspopin, H.-L. Cui, Stevens Institute of
     Technology, USA
1440 "Resonant terahertz detection by standing plasma waves in grating gated, double
     quantum well, field effect transistors", X.G. Peralta, S.J. Allen, University of
     California at Santa Barbara, USA, N.E. Harff, M.C. Wanke, M.P. Lilly, J.A.
     Simmons, J.L. Reno, Sandia National Laboratories, USA, P.J. Burke, J.P.
     Eisenstein, California Institute of Technology, USA

1500 Break

1520 "Quantum Monte Carlo simulation of the spectral density within single electron
     transistors", B. Gelmont, University of Virginia, USA, D. Woolard, US Army
     Research Office, USA

1540 "Frequency transformation due to Bloch oscillation excitation by short
     electromagnetic pulse incident onto lateral semiconductor superlattices",
     E.P. Dodin, A.M. Malkin, A.A. Zharov, Institute of Physics of Microstructure,
     Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

1600 "Physics of relaxation oscillation of resonant tunneling structures", H. Grubin,
     University of Hartford, USA

1620 "Double quantum wire plasmon instability", G.R. Aizin, N.J.M. Horing, L.G.
     Mourokh, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

1640 Discussion

MP2
“Nanotechnology: biological systems and applications”

Co-chairs:    Adriano Cavalcanti, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
              Michael A. Stroscio, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

1320 “Piconewton regime measurements of biomolecular interactions by
     nanofabricated force gauge”, K.-H. Jeong, M. Pio, L.P. Lee, University of
     California at Berkeley, USA, C. G. Keller, MEMS Precision Instruments, USA

1340 “Massively parallel micro actuator/sensor array for measurement of bone cell
     properties and biological activity”, E. Lee, D. Shin, University of Texas at San
     Antonio, USA, D. P. Nicolella, Southwest Research Institute, USA

1400 “Microchip-based optical device for medical diagnostics performed on single
     cell”, C.-G. Stefanita, C.J. Backhouse, Y. Shao, W. Rozmus, C.E. Capjack,
     University of Alberta, Canada

1420 “Nanoindentation based fabrication of synthetic gecko foot-hair nanostructures”,
     M. Sitti, R.S. Fearing, University of California at Berkeley, USA
1440 “Neuroscience, neuroarchitectronics, nanocomputers, and nanotechnology”,
     L. Lyshevski, S.E. Lyshevski, Purdue University, USA

1500 Break

1520 “Sensor based on nanomaterial of biological origin”, S.A. Dadunashvili,
     Georgian Technical University, Georgia

1540 “Brownian motor analysis and application to nanosystems”, M.A. Lyshevski, S.E.
     Lyshevski, Purdue University, USA

1600 “Gene expression modeling with the use of Boolean network and artificial neural
     network”, T. Kubik, K. Bogunia-Kubik, Oita University, Japan and Wroclaw
     University of Technology, Poland, M. Sugisaka, Oita University, Japan

1620 “Robust robotic control with neural network and physically based sensors system
     for nanomedicine in competitive probabilistic environments”, A. Cavalcanti,
     Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany

1640 “Entropy analysis of brownian motor”, M.A. Lyshevski, Purdue University, USA

MP3
“Nanophotonics, optics in nanoscience, and optical diagnostics”

Co-chairs:    S. Y. Chou, Princeton University, USA
              P. Yang, University of California at Berkeley, USA

1340 “A new structure of photonic bandgaps: metamorphosis”, J. Kim, S. Lee,
     Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea

1400 “Minima of light exciton reflection by a semiconductor microcavity with a single
     quantum well”, T. Slyusarchyk, P. Kosoboutski, National University, Ukraine

1420 “Optical disk mastering using an electron beam recorder”, H.-H. Lin, S.-C. Lo,
     Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan, ROC

1440 “Fabrication of sub-wavelength aperture on the cantilever for nearfield optical
     probe”, S.S. Choi, M.Y. Jung, S.M. Park, Sun Moon University, Korea, J.W. Kim,
     J.H. Boo, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

1500 Break

1520 “Micro mirror array control of optical tweezer trapping beams”, N.G. Dagalakis,
     T. LeBrun, NIST, USA

1540 “A study on the performance of diffraction optical elements by nano injection/
       compression molding process”, Tseng, S. Chang, C.L. Liao, National Yunlin
       University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, ROC

1600 “Investigation of nanoindentations by using color cathodoluminescence”,
     T.A. Nazarova, M.V. Nazarov, Technical University of Moldova, Moldova

1620 “Infrared absorption and emission in conducting polymer/GaSb nanocomposites”,
     L. Bakueva, S. Musikhin, E.H. Sargent, University of Toronto, Canada,
     S. Schultz, Institut für Anorganische Chemie der Universität Bonn, Germany

1640 “Photovoltage spectroscopy and electroluminescence of ZnSe/Cd(x)Zn(1-x)Se
     superlattices”, E.N. Agafonov, A.N. Georgobiani, L.S. Lepnev, Yu.G. Sadofyev,
     P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute RAS, Russia

1700 “Large pure refractive nonlinearity of nanostructure silica aerogel at near infrared
       wavelengths”,
       J.T. Seo, Q. Yang, S. Creekmore, D. Temple, K.P. Yoo, S.Y. Kim, S.S. Jung, A.
Mott, Hampton
       University, Hampton, VA, USA

MP4
“Nanoelectronics: MOS structures and molecular transistors”

Co-chairs:    Giuseppe Iannaccone, University of Pisa, Italy
              Gerald L. Witt, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, USA

1340 “Threshold voltage calculation in ultra-thin film SOI MOSFETs using the
     effective potential”, S.M. Ramey, D.K. Ferry, Arizona State University, USA

1400 “Enhanced conductivity mechanisms in nanowire MOSFETs”, A.K. Sharma, G.
     Liechty, S.L. Lucero, Air Force Research Laboratory, USA, S.H. Zaidi, R.
     Marquardt, Gratings Inc., USA, N.E. Islam, University of New Mexico, USA

1420 “Techniques and methods for the simulation of nanoscale ballistic MOSFETs”,
     G. Iannaccone, G. Fiori, G. Curatola, Università di Pisa, Italy

1440 “Quantum and semiclassical modeling of threshold voltage dispersion due to
     random dopants in deep sub-micron MOSFETs”, G. Iannaccone, University of
     Pisa, Italy, E. Amirante, Technische Universität München, Germany

1500 Break

1520 “A novel method for extracting the energy distribution of Si/SiO2 interface traps
     in ultrathin oxide MOS structures”, Q.D.M. Khosru, A. Nakajima, T. Yoshimoto,
     S. Yokoyama, Hiroshima University, Japan
1540 “A silicon-oxide-silicon nanogap device structure”, P. Lundgren, S. Bengtsson,
     Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

1600 “Effect of sub-gate bias on the operation of Schottky-barrier SOI MOSFETs
     having nano-scale channel”, H.-C. Lin, M.-F. Wang, F.-J. Hou, J.-T. Liu, Y. Li,
     T.-Y. Huang, S.M. Sze, National Nano-Device Labs., Taiwan, ROC

1620 “Design and analysis of a high speed operational amplifier made by 30 nm
     gate-length MOSFETs”, J. Cheng, F.J. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong
     University, PRC

1640 “Analog circuit cells based on single C60 molecular transistors”, Y. Wang,
     J.F. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC

TA1
"Nanometamaterials"

Organizers and Co-chairs:    Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania, USA
                             Richard W. Ziolkowski, University of Arizona, USA

0840 "Enabling fabrication methods for photonic band gap materials", D.W. Prather,
     J. Murakowski, University of Delaware, USA

0900 "Recent progress in semiconductor photonic crystals", A. Chutinan, S. Noda,
     Kyoto University, Japan

0920 "The richness of the dispersion relation of photonic crystal: application to
     superprism effect and other remarkable effects", S. Enoch, G. Tayeb, Institut
     Fresnel, France

0940 "Tayloring the electromagnetic response of metamaterials: double negative
     metamaterial design and experiment", R.W. Ziolkowski, University of Arizona

1000 Break

1020 "Enhancement of evanescent field by lefthanded metamaterials", N. Fang, Z. Liu,
     D. Yen, X. Zhang, University of California at Los Angeles, USA

1040 "Tunable THz plasma filter", D. Wu, N. Fang, C. Sun, X. Zhang, University of
     California at Los Angeles, USA

1100 "Anomalous mode coupling in guided-wave structures containing metamaterials
     with negative permittivity and permeability", A. Alu, N. Engheta, University of
     Pennsylvania, USA

1120 Panel discussion
TA2
"Nanoelectronics: devices, components, and transport"

Co-chairs:    Hari C. Reddy, California State University, USA
              Cary Yang, Santa Clara University, USA

0820 "Electronic transport and noise in nanoelectronic ballistic n+in+ diodes",
     G. Gomila, I.R. Cantalapiedra, T. González, L. Reggiani, Universitat de
     Barcelona, Spain

0840 "Conductance quantization in electrical circuits with relays", W. Nawrocki,
     J. Pajakowski, Poznan University of Technology, Poland

0900 "Electrokinetic transport through nanometer deep channels", S.C. Jacobson, J.P.
     Alarie, J.M. Ramsey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

0920 "Effect of network topology on nanocluster film transport", R.W. Rendell, M.G.
     Ancona, W. Kruppa, E.E. Foos, A.W. Snow, D. Park, J.B. Boos, Naval Research
     Laboratory, USA

0940 "Quantum effects in narrow width SOI devices", S.S. Ahmed, R. Akis, D.
     Vasileska, Arizona State University, USA

1000 Break

1020 "Evaluation of program, erase and retention times of Flash memories with very
     thin gate dielectric", G. Iannaccone, University of Pisa, Italy

1040 "Influence of nanometer thick interface layer to electrical properties of the sub
     10nm doped metal oxide high k dielectrics", Y. Kuo, J. Lu, J. Tewg, Texas A&M
     University, USA, P.C. Liu, F.M. Daby, AMD, USA

1100 "Tbit/inch2 ferroelectric data storage using scanning nonlinear dielectric
     microscopy", Y. Cho, K. Fujimoto, Y. Hiranaga, Y. Wagatsuma, Tohoku
     University, Japan, A. Onoe, Pioneer Corporation, Japan, K. Terabe, K.
     Kitamura, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

1120 "Spontaneous solid formation in a mesoscopic Josephson junction with an odd
     number of electrons", H.-J. Kwon, V. Yakovenko, University of Maryland, USA

TA3
"Nanocrystalline structures and particles"

Co-chairs:    Leonard F. Register, University of Texas at Austin, USA
              Alan C. Seabaugh, University of Notre Dame, USA
0820 "II-VI semiconductor nanoparticles formed by Langmuir-Blodgett film technique.
     Optical study", A.V. Nabok, Iwantono, A.K. Ray, A.K. Hassan, Sheffield Hallam
     University, UK, A. Ruban, University of Sheffield, UK

0840 "CdS nanoparticles embedded in metal-insulator-semiconductor structures",
     S. Malik, A.K. Ray, A.K. Hassan, A.V. Nabok, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

0900 "Silicon nano-crystals precipitation in a SiO2 matrix elaborated from the
     decomposition of LPCVD SiOx", N. Buffet, P. Mur, B. De Salvo, M.N. Séméria,
     CEA-DRT, LETI/DTS, CEA/GRE, France

0920 "Hydrothermal synthesis and characterization of nanocrystalline PZT powders",
     Y. Cheng, Y. Deng, L. Liu, C.-W. Nan, Tsinghua University, PRC

0940 "Chemical synthesis of ZnS:Mn nanoparticles and their absorption spectra",
     M. Ramrakhiani, R. Singh, D.P. Bisen, B.P. Chandra, Rani Durgavati University,
     India

1000 Break

1020 "Design of novel "two-dimensional" nanocomposites: nanoparticle ensembles
     embedded in surface layers of glassy polymers", V.M. Rudoy, O.V. Dement'eva,
     M.E. Kartseva, V.A. Ogarev, Institute of Physical Chemistry RAS, Russia, A.V.
     Zaitseva, Moscow State University, Russia

1040 "New technology for the manufacturing of nanocrystalline materials",
     N. Jalabadze, R. Chedia, Georgian Technical University, Georgia, A. Mikeladze,
     Institute of Metallurgy, Georgia

1100 "Fabrication of ultrahigh-density nano-pyramid arrays (NPAs) on (100) silicon
     wafer using scanning probe lithography and anisotropic wet etching", J.T. Sheu,
     C.H. Wu, Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan, ROC, S.P. Yeh, J.Y.
     Lin, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, ROC, K.S.
     You, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC

1120 "Electrostatic field-assisted building 3-D nano-structures from electrospun
     nanofibers", E. Zussman, A. Theron, A.L. Yarin, Technion, Israel


TA4
"The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics: physics, simulation,
and experimental characterization - II. Molecular electronics"

Organizers and Co-chairs:    Dwight Woolard, US Army Research Office, USA
                             Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
0800 "Molecular electronics overview", M. Ratner, Northwestern University, USA

0820 "Programmable self-assembled DNA-CNT nanochips: an approach to
     nanobiotronics", J.M. Seminario, J.L. Bastos, H.P. Figueroa, University of South
     Carolina, USA

0840 "Two-terminal and three-terminal molecular devices", A.W. Ghosh, P. Damle, T.
     Rakshit, S. Datta, Purdue University, USA

0900 "Reversible switching and memory phenomena in self-assembled monolayers",
     J. Su, J.F. Klemic, M.A. Reed, U. Yale, I. Imlani, R. Tsui, Motorola, USA, D.W.
     Price, J.M. Tour, Rice University, USA

0920 "Characterization of DNA tile self-assembly", M.Norton, A. Dykes, P. Gannett,
     D. Neff, T. Collins, F. Zhang, A. Barhoumi, S. Beever, Marshall University, USA

0940 "Aharonov-Bohm flux control of transport and microwave energy absorption in a
     parallel double-dot system", L.G. Mourokh, A.Yu. Smirnov, N.J. Horing, Stevens
     Institute of Technology, USA

1000 "Space-time delay architectures for molecular electronics”, F.A.B. Fortes and M.
   Davis, University of Florida, USA

TA5
"Quantum computing"

Co-chairs:    Philippe Jorrand, IMAG Institute, France
              Sergey E. Lyshevski, Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

1000 Break

1020 "On the distinction between entangled and separable states of N-qubit registers",
     P. Jorrand, M. Mhalla, IMAG Institute, France

1040 "On quantum computing with Josephson persistent current qubits", J. Han, P.
     Jonker, Delft university of Technology, The Netherlands

1100 "Quantum bits based on Si-artificial molecules", S. Zhou, J.F. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai,
     Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC

1120 "Nanotechnology, quantum information theory, and quantum computing",
     S.E. Lyshevski, Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

1140 "Quantum boolean circuit approach for searching an unordered database",
       I.-M. Tsai, S.-Y. Kuo, and David S.L. Wei, National Taiwan University, Taiwan,
       ROC

1200 "A quantum random number generator on magnetic flux qubits", V.O. Ledenyov,
     University of Toronto, Canada, O.P. Ledenyov, Kharkov Institute of Physics and
     Technology, Ukraine, D.O. Ledenyov, James Cook University, Australia

TP1
“Nanophotonics”

Organizer and Chair: Gregory J. Sonek, Optical Switch Corporation, USA
Co-Chair:

1315 “Introduction”, G. J. Sonek, Optical switch Corporation, USA

1320 “Subwavelength optical elements for integrated optical Components on a Chip”,
     S. Y. Chou, Princeton University, USA

1340 “Nanofabrication of Photonic Nanostructures using Self-Assembly and
     Associated Optical Properties”, H. E. Ruda, C. de Souza, Z. Wu, A. Shik, M. Sun,
     N. Matsuura, M. Xianyang, University of Toronto, Canada

1400 “From Lasing to Light Harvesting Applications using Nanocrystal Quantum
     Dots”, V. I. Klimov, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

1420 ”Functional Nanowires”, P. Yang, University of California at Berkeley, USA

1440 “Silicon Nanostructures for Optical Interconnects”, P. M. Fauchet, University of
     Rochester, USA

1500 Break

1520 “Nanoshells: Fabricating Nanophotonics “from the dipole up” “, N. J. Halas, Rice
     University, USA

1540 “Multi-Photon Polymerization of Nanophotonic Waveguide Structures within 3-D
     Photonic Crystals”, P. V. Braun, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
     USA

1600 “Absence of Diffraction for Certain Eigenmodes in Photonic Crystal Slabs”,
     K. Sakoda, Hokkaido University, Japan, T. Ochiai, Universidad Autonoma de
     Madrid, Spain

1620 “Nano-scale Optical and Quantum Optical Devices based on Photonic Crystals”,
     J. Vuckovic, Stanford University, USA, M. Loncar, T. Yoshi, H. Mabuchi, A.
     Scherer, California Institute of Technology, USA
1640 “Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of High Efficiency Coupling
     Structures for Photonic Crystal Waveguides”, D. W. Prather, S. Shi, University of
     Delaware, USA

WA1
"Molecule-based devices"

Co-chairs:    Paul Amirtharaj, Army Research Laboratory, USA
              Mark A. Ratner, Northwestern University, USA

0820 "Toward monomolecular diodes, transistors, and circuits", J.C. Ellenbogen,
     MITRE Corporation, USA

0840 "Design and analysis of crossbar circuits for molecular nanoelectronics",
     M.M. Ziegler, M.R. Stan, University of Virginia, USA

0900 "Fabrication and characterization of metal-molecule-metal junctions",
     S. Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India, H. Halimun, J. Choi, S. Lodha,
     D. Janes, Purdue University, USA, S. Burns, C. Kubiak, University of California,
     USA

0920 "On ladders complexity mechanism and quantitative regulation of scalable
     molecular computers by rho family GTPases", J.-Q. Liu, K. Shimohara,
     ATR Human Information Science Labs, Japan

0940 "Metallocomplex modification of hetrochain polymers and their specific
     properties", R.C. Davletbaev, I.M. Davletvaeba, E.O. Ekimova, Kazan State
     Technological University, Russia

1000 Break

WA2
"Quantum dots and forces on nanoparticles: applications and properties"

Co-chairs:    Umberto Ravaioli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
              Darrell Velegol, Pennsylvania State University, USA

1000 Break

1020 "Quantum-coherent transport in coupled quantum-dot arrays", J.P. Bird, M.
     Elhassan, A. Shailos, C. Prasad, D.K. Ferry, Arizona State University, USA, N.
     Aoki, L.-H. Lin, Y. Ochiai, Chiba university, Japan, K. Ishibashi, Y. Aoyagi,
     RIKEN, Japan

1040 "Exciton dephasing and absorption lineshape in semiconductor quantum dots",
       S.V. Goupalov, R.A. Suris, P. Lavallard, D.S. Citrin, Georgia Institute of
       Technology, USA, A.F. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, Russia, Universites
       Paris, France

1100 "Atomic interdiffusion for integration of quantum dot optoelectronic devices",
     P. Lever, H.H. Tan, C. Jagadish, Australian Technical University, Australia,
     M. Gal, University of New South Wales, Australia

1120 "Phase separation growth of InGaAs cap layer on InAs/GaAs quantum dot",
     S.-D. Chen, C.-Y. Tsai, S.-C. Lee, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, ROC

1140 "Extending differential electrophoresis to measure nanoparticle forces",
     D. Velegol, G. Holtzer, Pennsylvania State University, USA

WA3
"Quantum cellular automata"

Co-chairs:    Florin Ciontu, TIMA Laboratory, France
              John C. Lusth, Boise State University, USA

0800 "Balancing QCA logic gates under image charge neutralization", J.C. Lusth,
     Boise State University, USA

0820 "Quantum cellular automata: classical treatment versus the quantum mechanical
     approach", R. Kumar, W.F. Perger, A.K. Goel, Michigan Technological
     University, USA

0840 "Application-specific regular architecture for quantum cellular automata",
     F. Ciontu, C. Cucu, B. Courtois, TIMA Laboratory, France

0900 "The quantum-dot large-neighborhood cellular nonlinear network (QLN-CNN)
     using quantum-dot cellular automata", L.-J. Lin, K.-H. Huang, C.-Y. Wu,
     National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC

0920 "Charge neutralization in quantum cellular automata", J.C. Diaz-Velez, C.B.
     Hanna, J.C. Lusth, Boise State University, USA

0940 "Computing with restricted minima systems", E.R. Schuchman, University of
     California at Berkeley, USA, J.C. Lusth, Boise State University, USA

1000 Break
WA4
"Assembly, patterning, and manipulation on the nanoscale"

Co-chairs:    Paolo Dario, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy
              Toshio Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan
1000 Break

1020 "Nanometer-scale patterning on titanium film with local oxidation of scanning
     probe microscope", J.-T. Sheu, C.-H. Wu, Synchrotron Radiation Research
     Center, Taiwan, ROC, S.-P. Yeh, J.-Y. Lin, National Yunlin University of Science
     and Technology, Taiwan, ROC, K.S. You, National Chiao Tung University,
     Taiwan, ROC

1040 "Defects self-assembly into nanostructures during low-threshold laser plastic
     deformation of Ge and Si surface", S.V. Vintsents, Institute of Radioengineering
     and Electronics RAS, Russia, A.V. Zaitseva, V.B. Zaitsev, Lomonosov Moscow
     State University, Russia

1100 ""Micro/nano droplet formation and dispensing on demand by capacitance
     metering electrowetting actuation", H. Ren, R.B. Fair, Duke University, USA

1120 "Self-propelled drop movement by manipulation of nanoscale adsorbates through
     molecular self-assembly", J. Yang, G. Mo, D. Y. Kwok, University of Alberta,
     Canada, S.-W. Lee, P.E. Laibinis, Massachusetts Institute of technology, USA

1140 "Electrofluidic assembly of functional nanoelectromechanical sensors", S. Evoy,
     University of Pennsylvania, USA, B.R. Martin, T.E. Mallouk, I. Kratochvilova,
     T.S. Mayer, Pennsylvania State Unuversity, USA, M. Duemling, B. Hailer, J.R.
     Heflin, Virginia Tech, USA

WA5
"Nanotechnology: institutional, commercial, and manufacturing perspectives;
patent databases and analytical tools"

Co-chairs:    Chung-Yu Wu, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, ROC
              Chennupati Jagadish, Australian National University, Australia


0800 "Nanoscience research promotion at RIKEN", E. Maruyama, RIKEN Frontier
     Research System, Japan

0820 "Nanotechnology research in NTT - Recent progress in silicon nanodevices and
     nanofabrication", A. Fujiwara, S. Ishihara, NTT Corporation, Japan

0840 "Nanoelectronics research at ERSO/ITRI", J.-M. Shyu, M.-J. Tsai, Industrial
     Technology Research Institute, Taiwan, ROC

0900 "Nanotechnology research in Australia", C. Jagadish, Australian National
     University, Australia
0920 "Nanomuscle at the nano-frontier", Rod MacGregor, Pete von Behrens, Andrei
     Szilagyi, NanoMuscle, Inc. California, USA

0940 "Patent databases and analytical tools for nanotechnology research, design and
     development", W.N. Hulsey III, J.R. Schell, Hughes & Luce LLP, University of
     Texas, USA

1000 "The nanosystem structures of manufacturing", S. Nowak, Polish Academy of
     Science, Poland

1020 "The commercial evolution of nanotechnology", K.G. Coleman, Technolytics,
     USA

1040 Break




WA6
"Nanocomponents and nanosystems"

Co-chairs:    Jeffrey S. Fu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
              Tzyh-Jong Tarn, Washington University, USA

1040 Break

1100 "Millimeter wave SPDT switch for giga-scale system", J.S. Fu, W. Wang, H.G.
     Shiraz, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

1120 "A nano-electronic RF resonator based on a single walled carbon nanotube",
     P.J. Burke, University of California at Irvine, USA

1140 "Hydrogen storage capacity of single-walled carbon nanotubes synthesized by
     various techniques", N.E. Tran, S.E. Kooi, J.R. Feng, M.A. Imam, Naval research
     Laboratory, USA

1200 "Transport simulation of a nanoscale silicon rod field-effect transistor", C. Dwyer,
     J. Poulton, R. Taylor, L. Vicci, R. Superfine, S. Washburn, D. Erie, University of
     North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

1220 "Universally programmable intelligent matter: a systematic approach to
     nanotechnology", B.J. MacLellan, University of Tennessee, USA

WA7
"The science and technology of nano and molecular electronics: physics, simulation,
and experimental characterization - III. Advanced computational techniques for
nanoelectronics and molecular electronics"

Organizers and Co-chairs:   Dwight Woolard, US Army Research Office, USA
                            Hong-Liang Cui, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

0820 "Parallel Wigner-Poisson simulation of multi-band tunneling structures on a
     130-processor cluster computer", G. Recine, M.B. Unlu, H.-L. Cui, Stevens
     Institute of Technology, USA

0840 "Parallelization of the nano scale device simulator nanoMOS2.0 using 100-node
     Linux cluster", S. Goasguen, A.R. Butt, K.D. Colby, M.S. Lundstrom, Purdue
     University, USA

0900 "Green's function simulation of quantum structures including magnetic field",
     D. Guan, U. Ravaioli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

0920 "Parallel-platform-based numerical simulation of instabilities in nanoscale
     tunneling devices", C.T. Kelley, M.Y. Kerr, M. Lasater, P. Zhao, North Carolina
     State University, USA, D. Woolard, US Army Research Office, USA

0940 "Minimum molecular programmable units", J.M. Seminario, L.E. Cordova, P.A.
     Derosa, University of South Carolina, USA

1000 Break

1020 "A three-band model of resonant tunneling diodes", P. Zhao, North Carolina State
     University, USA, M.B. Unlu, G. Recine, H.-L. Cui, Stevens Institute of
     Technology, USA, D. Woolard, US Army Research Office, USA

1040 "Electrical conduction and magnetic moment of a biased double-wire system",
     A.Yu. Smirnov, L.G. Mourokh, N.J. Horing, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

1100 Discussion

WP1
“Nanotubes: devices, applications, processing and assembly”

Co-chairs:    Fumihito Arai, Nagoya University, Japan
              Karl Hess, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

1320 “Nanotube and nanowire field-effect transistors”, S.V. Rotkin, K. Hess,
     University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, H.E. Ruda, A. Shik,
     University of Toronto, Canada
1340 “Robust microgated carbon nanotube field emitter arrays”, D.S.Y. Hsu, J.L.
     Shaw, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

1400 “Carbon nanotube AFM probes”, E.S. Snow, J.P. Novak, P.M. Campbell,
     Naval Research Laboratory, USA

1420 “Conducting and semiconducting single walled carbon nanotubes in IC sensor
     devices”, R.G. Wright, M. Zgol, D. Adebimpe, GMA Industries, Inc., USA,
     L.V. Kirkland, US Air Force, USA

1440 “The piconewton force measurement with a carbon nanotube probe”, F. Arai,
     M. Nakajima, L. Dong, T. Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan

1500 Break

1520 “Schottky barrier in semiconducting carbon nanotubes”, B. Nabet, E. Gallo, X.
     Chen, Drexel University, USA, M. Freitag, A.T. Johnson, University of
     Pennsylvania, USA

1540 “Fluorination- and defluorination-induced damage to carbon nanotubes”,
     P.E. Pehrsson, D.S.Y. Hsu, Naval Research Laboratory, USA, W. Zhao,
     University of Arkansas, USA, J.W. Baldwin, NRC/NRL Postdoctoral Fellow,
     USA, J. Liu, B. Zheng, Duke University, USA

1600 “High yield nondestructive purification of single wall carbon nanotubes:
     combining HNO3 and H2O2 treatments”, L. Capes, E. Valentin, A. Ribayrol, A.
     Filoramo, J.N. Patillon, Laboratoire d’Electronique Moléculaire, France,
     S. Esnouf, École Polytechnique, France, O. Jost, Institut für
     Werkstoffwissenschaft der TU Dresden, Germany

1620 “Shape modification of carbon nanotubes and its applications in nanotube
     scissors”, L. Dong, F. Arai, T. Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan

1640 “Dielectrophoretic orientation and assembly of carbon nanotubes”, J.W. Baldwin,
     P.E. Pehrsson, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

WP2
“Nanodevices and nanosystems: specialized applications”

Co-chairs:    Hideki Hashimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
              T.C. Steve Tsia, University of California at Davis, USA

1320 “A nanostructured gas sensor: coupling a selective molecular level event to an
     external circuit”, J. Choi, D.B. Janes, V. Santhanam, R.P. Andres, Purdue
     University, USA, S. Burns, C.P. Kubiak, University of California at San Diego,
     USA
1340 “Nanotechnology for smart flight control surfaces”, S.E. Lyshevski, Purdue
     University Indianapolis, USA

1400 “An advanced ultrasonic separator”, V.S. Stenkamp, L.J. Bond, M.D. Flake, W.E.
     TeGrotenhuis, J.W. Grate, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

1420 “Micro-engineered surface enhancement for high performance heat exchangers”,
     S. Witharana, B. Palm, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

1440 “Nano-sized pore formation in p-type Si for automotive applications”, J. Konle,
     H. Presting, U. König, DaimlerChrysler Research (REM/C), Germany

1500 Break

1520 “Impact of airborne molecular contamination to nano-device performance”,
     C.F. Yeh, C.W. Hsiao, S.J. Lin, Z.M. Xie, National Chiao-Tung University,
     Taiwan, ROC, T. Kusumi, G. Hwang, Daikin Industries, Ltd., Japan,
     B.T. Da, M.S. Tsai, National Nano-Device Laboratories, Taiwan, ROC

1540 “Surface-mounted thin-film actuators in pointing systems applications”, Purdue
     University Indianapolis, USA

1600 “Conductive transparent fiber probes for share-force gap-control operations”,
     T. Murashita, Nippon Telegram and Telephone Corporation, Japan

1620 “Discovery and classification of motion nanodevices”, S.E. Lyshevski, Purdue
     University Indianapolis, USA

1640 “Nanoelectromechanical systems and nanomachines: biomimicking and
     prototyping”, S.E. Lyshevski, M.A. Lyshevski, Purdue University Indianapolis,
     USA

WP4
“Single-electron devices and systems”

Co-chairs:    J.F. Jiang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC
              Jideog Kim, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea

1300 “Nanotube single-electron memory”, M.S. Fuhrer, B.M. Kim, T. Dürkop,
     T. Brintlinger, University of Maryland, USA

1320 “Macromodeling of a sample single electron operational amplifier”, M. Lu,
     J.F. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC
1340 “An improved three-state master equation model for capacitively coupled single-
     electron transistor”, C.H. Hu, F.J. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong
     University, PRC

1400 “A single-electron transistor-based analog/digital converter”, C.H. Hu, J.F. Jiang,
     Q.Y. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC

1420 “Ultra-thin Ti nanowire single-electron inverter”, Y. Yin, J.F. Jiang, Q.Y. Cai,
     B.C. Cai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PRC

1440 “Static buffered SET based logic gates”, C. Lageweg, S. Cotofana, S. Vassiliadis,
     Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

1500 Break

				
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