Advanced Research Workshop 

PHYSICS of COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES 

POSTER  (PDF)                 .
organized by : 
  • Igor Lukyanchuk (Univ. Picardie. France)
  • Jose Antonio Eiras (USAR, Brazil)
in
Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte , Natal, Brazil
1-5 March 2010.




Objective

The objective of this Workshop is to bring together the world ' s leading experts, both from industry and Universities, working on the problems of materials and physical processes for future computer technologies to ensure the dissemination of their knowledge and innovative ideas ranging from fundamental to applied areas of Physics. The multidisciplinary nature of the proposed workshop will allow to familiarize the participants with different subjects, to encourage inter-domain collaboration, and to share experience of different research fields with one another. In this way, we intend to foster the exchange of ideas and methods, to highlight the apparent and the hidden similarities of different systems and approaches, and to stimulate new and fruitful cooperation across subject frontiers, and between experimental and theoretical groups.

Scope

The originality of this Workshop is the gathering of the leading Physicists working for the common objective: construction of new computers. At the same time we don't suppose the common subject of research. The multidisciplinary of the Workshop is the key point that permits to participants to overview the global situation on the future computer market and stimulate their research in the most promising and realistic direction. Workshop will help to the Academic researchers to find the contacts with Industrial colleagues and to the Applied researchers to recognize the basic emergent ideas of the fundamental research trend. On the international level Workshop is also supported by European Program FP7-IRSES-ROBOCON and French grant ANR-Blanc-LoMaCoQu.

Organization of such workshop would have an important impact on the further development of High-Tech innovative basic and applied research in Brazil, which is already gaining strong positions in the physics of computer systems. Workshop will help in the technical elaboration of new scientific and technological policies in strategic areas for Brazil. Creation of the horizontal cooperation links between Universities and Industrial first-class research groups during Workshop will increase Brazilian participation in international research networks. Poster session(s) will allow the young scientists to present their work before the highest international level audience. Friendly and informal atmosphere of the event will facilitate common brainstorming and exchanges of ideas.

The nonexclusive range of topics includes

  •  - New Data Processing Technologies, 
  • - Information transmission: Photonics and Spintronics
  • - Advanced Materials and processes for memory Devices
  • - Displays and Information visualization
  • - Energy Storage Materials
  • - Smart Ferroelectric, Multiiferoics, Magnetic and Superconducting materials 

KEY SPEAKERS
    Åkerman    Johan    Spintronics - From MRAM to Microwave Oscillators     
    Blom    Paul    Organic nonvolatile memory devices based on ferroelectricity
    Bratkovsky    Alexander    Problem of critical thickness in ferroelectric nanostructures
    Brito    Frederico    Fault-tolerant computing with biased-noise superconducting qubits
    Dante Homero Mosca       TBA
    de Oliveira    Adilson J A    Ferromagnetism at room temperature in conducting polymers – Possibilities for applications in spintronics
    Di Carlo    Aldo    Multiscale simulation of nanoelectronic and nanophotonic devices
    Egues    Carlos    Spin-dependent phenomena in semiconductors
    Eiras    José Antonio    TBA
    El Marssi    Mimoune    Ferroelectric Thin Films and Superlattices
    Eramo    Giuseppe    Polariton-mediated laser technologies
    Filipic    Cene    Polarons in Magnetoelectric K3Fe5F15 and K3Fe2Cr3F15
    Gregg    Marty    Nanoscale Ferroelectrics for FRAM
    Kasumov    Alekber    Superconducting Molecular Electronics
    Katiyar    Ram    Investigations on Magnetoelectric Multiferroics
    Kavokin    Alexey    Light-mediated superconductivity
    Lagerwall    Sven    Modern high-resolution displays
    Levstik    Adrijan    Magnetoelectric Relaxor 0.8Pb(Fe1/2Nb1/2)O3-0.2Pb(Mg1/2W1/2)O3
    Lukyanchuk    Igor    Topological Structures in Ferroelectrics as source of Polarization switch
    Manuel Henrique Lente  Influence of ferroelectric domain structures on the ferroelectric devices performance
    Mezzane    Daoud    Tungstate Bronze Type ferroelectrics (TBC)?
    Morrison    Finlay    Design of novel ferroic materials with the tetragonal tungsten bronze structure
    Oliveira    Osvaldo    Molecular control in nanostructured organic films
    Portnoi    Mikhail    Electric dipole oscillations and exciton storage in Aharonov-Bohm rings
    Pozina    Galia    Enhancement of exciton transfer in AlGaN/GaN based hybrid heterostructures
    Pulci    Olivia    Ab-initio calculations of electronic and optical properties of graphane and related 2-D systems
    Rougier    Aline    Batteries for portable applications
    Scott    James    New Multiferroic Magnetoelelectrics
    SENE    Anaïs    Field-Induced Vortices In Weakly Anisotropic Ferroelectrics
    Sidorenko    Anatolie    Re-Entrante  Superconductivity Phenomena in Superconducting-Ferromagnetic Hybrids
    Spanier    Jonathan    Finite curvature in ferroic materials and devices
    Thylen    Lars    Integrated nanophotonics: Status and prospects for computing systems and communications
    Williams    Stanley    New computing and logic (TBC)
    Zubko    Pavlo    Tuning material properties in ferroelectric/dielectric superlattices


The International Institute for Physics will provide the accommodation of participants. Participants will be logged in 4.5*  ImiraPlaza Hotel

Supported  by  FP7-IRSES-ROBOCON project

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