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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Emerging Electronic Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Enhanced Properties, Integration, and Applications
Sponsorship TMS: Nanomaterials Committee
Organizer(s) Chang-Yong Nam, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Jung-Kun Lee, University of Pittsburgh
Stephen J. McDonnell, University of Virginia
Scope Materials properties originating from reduced physical dimensions and new nanoscale structures enable uniquely enhanced functionalities and performances. These will be important not only for the continued advancement of current technologies but also for spurring new technology paradigms. Particularly for information processing, which includes sensing, computation, and storage, there is a critical need for new materials that can support the future beyond Moore’s law. The fundamental understanding of new nanomaterials synthesis and their properties, combined with the development of suitable integration methods, will enable a precise control of resulting materials properties and functional performances.

This biannual symposium is focused on the recent progresses in experimental synthesis, characterization, and integration tailored towards enabling and controlling new structures, properties and performances in emerging electronic nanomaterials, including: Two-dimensional (2D) materials (e.g., transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs), graphene), one- and zero-dimensional (1D and 0D) materials (e.g., semiconducting nanowires, quantum dots), organic-inorganic hybrid materials (e.g., hybrid perovskites, metal-organic framework (MOF), hybrid nanocomposite), and quantum materials (e.g., topological insulators, Dirac materials etc.).

In association with synthesis, characterization, and integration, the symposium also explores related theoretical interpretation and the functional application of unique properties of the nanomaterials towards optical, electronic, optoelectronic, energy conversion, and quantum devices.

Provided below are examples of session topics encompassing the above themes:

• Advanced vapor-phase synthesis and processing of low-dimensional nanomaterials (e.g., chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of 2D, 1D, and quantum materials; atomic layer deposition (ALD) and etching (ALE); 2D materials remote epitaxy)
• Emerging hybrid materials synthesis methods (e.g., CVD and ALD of MOFs; vapor-phase & liquid-phase inorganic infiltration in organic materials; new synthetic routes for hybrid perovskites)
• Controlling and engineering defects in low-dimensional materials for novel properties (e.g., defect centers in 2D materials for single photon emission and nanomagnetism)
• Hierarchical integration of nanomaterials (e.g., controlled stacking of 2D materials for twistronics and valleytronics; 2D-0D & 2D-organic hybrids; large-area integration of 1D and 2D devices)
• Characterization and discovery of new properties and functionalities in emerging nanomaterials (e.g., optical, electronic, optoelectronic, energy conversion, and quantum properties, and associated applications)
• Computational modeling of new fundamental properties of emerging nanomaterials

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022

Applications of Electron Spectro-microscopy to Investigations of Chemistry and Electronic Structure of 2D Materials
Area Selective Atomic Layer Deposition of Silicon Oxide Using an Oxygen Plasma or Ozone with Copper as the Nongrowth Surface
Area Selective Deposition of TaN for Back End of the Line Applications
Correlative Analyses of Low-dimensional Materials
First-Principles Studies of Atomic Layer Deposition
From Atomic-scale Characterization to Atomic-scale Control of Thin Film Deposition Processes
H-1: A Molecular Dynamics Study of Additive Nanomanufacturing: Revealing Sintering Mechanisms
H-2: Optical Engineering of Pbs Colloidal Quantum Dot Solar Cells Via Fabry-Perot Resonance and Distributed Bragg Reflectors
H-4: Study on Nanostructured Molybdenum Carbide for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
H-5: Toward Scalable Fabrication of Stable Metal Halide Perovskite Solar Cells Through Inkjet Printing and Antisolvent Bathing
How to Achieve State-of-the-art Heterostructures from Polymer-contaminated Graphene?
Hybrid Liquid Metal Nanostructures for Electronics and Energy Applications
Ions in PEALD Processes: from Material Modification to Selective Deposition
Meta-Stable Phase Ferroelectric HfZrO2 Films
Microelectronics Application of Vapor-phase infiltration – Atomic Layer Deposition Derived Organic-Inorganic Hybridization Technique
Molecular Modeling of Atomic Layer Etching
Nanomaterials for Energy-efficient Memory Devices
Nanomolding of Topological Nanowires
Near-Band-Edge Enhancement in Perovskite Solar Cells via Tunable Surface Plasmons
Novel Dirac-source Cold Carrier Injection for Energy-efficient 2D Nanoelectronics
Raman Spectroscopy Studies of Magneto-optical Effects in CrI3
Resolving the Evolution of Atomic Layer Deposited Thin Film Growth by Continuous In Situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Solution Processible Carbon Precursors for 2D Amorphous Carbon Dielectric
Stable Perovskite Solar Cells
Synthesis and Integration of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
Synthesis of Atomically Precise Graphene Nanoribbons with Tunable Electronic Properties
Synthesis, Nanofabrication and Characterization of 2D Magnetic Semiconductors for Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
Two Dimensional Materials for Neuromorphic Computing
Unique Molecular Approach to 2D Tin Chalcogenide Materials by Single-Source Precursor Design
Wafer-scale Heterogeneous Integration of Atomically Thin Electronic Materials on Arbitrary Substrates toward Mechanically Reconfigurable Devices

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