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Symposium 20

Multifunctional Nanomaterials and Heterostructures

Sensitive devices that are capable of converting different physical, chemical or biological stimuli, e.g. mechanical, thermal, acoustic, gaseous, biological and optical signals into electrical response, are of great potential for man-made robots to perceive the world like human beings, or assisting people to explore the fields that currently cannot be touched, or making our life more comfortable and protecting us from danger. According to their sensitive feature, they could be classified as temperature-sensitive, gas-sensitive, voltage-sensitive, and optical-sensitive materials and so on. Correspondingly, they are manufactured as thermistors, gas sensors, varistors, biosensor and optical sensor. The main trends in the development of sensitive materials and devices with high performance include low-dimensional and high-dimensional designs, low-temperature and facile preparation strategies, chip-type integration approaches, flexible and stretchable features and multi-functional modules. This symposium focuses on multifunctional nanomaterials and heterostructures for sensing devices. It covers the application of multifunctional nanomaterials and heterostructures for the development of high-performance sensing devices, such as gas sensors, optical detectors, thermistors, biosensor and pressure sensors. It will delve into the latest research advancements in the design, fabrication, characterization and application of various heterostructures and multifunctional nanomaterials for use in sensing devices. Research papers on newly emerged sensitive materials, progresses in preparation and characterization techniques, and new applications of sensitive materials and devices are all welcomed.

Proposed sessions
ª Thermal sensitive materials and devices
ª Voltage sensitive materials and devices
ª Gas and humidity sensitive materials and sensor
ª Acoustic transducer materials and devices
ª Optical sensitive materials and detectors
ª Pressure sensitive materials and devices
ª Bio-signal sensitive materials and devices
ª Novel sensitive materials and devices
ª Multi-mode and multifunctional sensors integration technology
ª Sensing devices miniaturization and system application

- Zilong Tang, Tsinghua University, China
- Qiuyun Fu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
- Wanping Chen, Wuhan University, China
- Geyu Lu, Jilin University, China
- Wangyang Fu (Points of Contact), Tsinghua University, China, fwy2018@tsinghua.edu.cn
- Chen Wang (Points of Contact), Tsinghua University, China, chenwang0101@tsinghua.edu.cn
- Wen Dong (Points of Contact), Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, dongw@hust.edu.cn
- Daesung Park (Points of Contact), Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, daepa@dtu.dk
- Emad Kiriakous (Points of Contact), Queensland University of Technology, Australia, e.kiriakous@qut.edu.au
- Weiwei Lei (Points of Contact), Deakin University, Australia, weiwei.lei@deakin.edu.au
- Grégory F. Schneider (Points of Contact), Leiden University, the Netherlands, g.f.schneider@chem.leidenuniv.nl

Keynote Speakers

  Tseung-Yuen Tseng, Yang Ming Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan, China
  Tentative Title: Synaptic Features of Transparent Memristor for Neuromorphic Computing
  Brief Bio: Prof. Tseung - Yuen Tseng received his Ph.D. degree in electroceramics
from the School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA. He was briefly associated with the University of Florida, Gainesville, before joining Yang Ming Chiao-Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, China, where he is now a Lifetime Chair Professor in the Institute of Electronics. His professional interests are electronic ceramics, nanoceramics, ceramic sensors, high-k dielectric films, ferroelectric thin films and their based devices, and resistive switching memory devices. He has published about 450 research papers in refereed international journals. He invented the base metal multilayer ceramic capacitors, which have become large scale commercial product. He is an Editor of the Handbook of Nanoceramics and Their Based Nanodevices (5-Vol. set) and Nonvolatile Memories: Materials, Devices, and Applications (2-Vol. set). He was Chair of the Board of Asian Ferroelectrics Association and General Chair of the 6th Asian Meeting of Ferroelectrics. Dr. Tseng has received Distinguished Research Award from the National Science Council, IEEE CPMT Exceptional Technical Achievement Award, Academic Award of Ministry of Education, National Endowed Chair Professor, IEEE CPMT Outstanding Sustained Technical Contribution Award , Distinguished Achievement Award of the Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society, Top Electronics and Electrical Engineering Scientists (https://research.com/scientists-rankings/electronics-and-electrical engineering) and Lifetime Achievement Award of IEEE , Taipei section. He was elected a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society in 1998, IEEE Fellow in 2002, MRS-T Fellow in 2009 and APAM Academician in 2015.
  Wei Huang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
  Tentative Title: Functional Transistors for Ultra-sensitive and Low-power Sensors
  Brief Bio: To be confirmed
To be confirmed
  Yongqiang Li, Shandong University, China
  Tentative Title: Functional Nanomaterials for Bacterial Sensing and Elimination
  Brief Bio: To be confirmed
To be confirmed
  Hideo Miurz, Tohoku University, Japan
  Tentative Title: Strain Dependence of Electronic Band Structure of Graphene Nanoribbons and its Effect on Their Physical and Chemical Properties
  Brief Bio: To be confirmed
To be confirmed
  Ping Wang, Zhejiang University, China
  Tentative Title: Bioelectronic Nose and Bioelectronic Tongue with Hetero-sensitive Devices
  Brief Bio: To be confirmed
To be confirmed

Invited Speakers

  Wanping Chen, Wuhan University, China
  Tentative Title: Pt-SnO2 Composite Nanoceramics with Ultrastrong Room-Temperature CO Responses
  Wangyang Fu, Tsinghua University, China
  Tentative Title: Limit of Detection in Field-effect Biosensors
  Lin Jing, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  Tentative Title: Applications of Heterogeneous Inorganic Nanostructures in Thermal Management and Mechanical Enhancement
   Zehui Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
  Tentative Title: Atomic-scale Modulating of Nanomaterials for Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensors
  Lizhou Xu, Zhejiang University, China
  Tentative Title: On-chip Integrated Biosensing for Rapid and Accurate Detection of Biomarkers
  Chen Wang, Tsinghua University, China
  Tentative Title: Advanced Smart Integrated Chips for Zenithal Environmental Universal Sensing (ASIC-ZEUS)
  Qiang Jing, Shandong University of Technology, China
  Tentative Title: Clinical Diagnosis of Asthma and Lung cancer Using Chemiresistive Gas Sensor
  Xiaoshuang Guo, University of Science and Technology Liaoning, China
  Tentative Title: A novel dense diffusion barrier limiting current oxygen sensor for detecting in air (oxygen concentration: 2.1%- 21%)
  Zhonghang Xia, Leiden University, Netherlands
  Tentative Title: High hydrogen selectivity SnO2 hydrogen sensor with hybrid organosilica membranes
  Grégory F. Schneider, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  Tentative Title: From Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to Two Dimensional Nanopores, Nanogaps and Energy Devices
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