• Bucharest, Romania, 16-18 May 2018

    EXMATEC 2018

    Expert evaluation and Control of Compounds of Semiconductor Materials and Technologies

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  • Bucharest, Romania, 14-16 May 2018

    WOCSDICE 2018

    Workshop on Compound Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits held in Europe

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EXMATEC 2018 is the continuation of successful, biannual meetings, first started in Lyon, France (1992) and previously held in many places in Europe such as Parma, Freiburg, Cardiff, Heraklion, Budapest, Cadiz, Lodz, Darmstadt, Porquerolles, Delphi and Aveiro.
Contributions fall within the scope of EXMATEC as long as they treat issues of material fabrication, characterization and processing of compound semiconductors. Works on devices are also appropriate in this context.
The central topics are development, improvement and application of new and advanced methods in the fabrication and evaluation of compound (III-V, III-N) and Si, SiGe semiconductors, Two-Dimensional Layered (2D)materials and structures to develop understanding of the interrelationship between structural, electrical and other material properties and device characteristics, such as performance, reliability, reproducibility, lifetime, yield, etc. The conference topics apply to all (2D) semiconductor materials, related structures and processing. Despite of the European character of the workshop series, interested people from all over the world are invited to attend.



  • III-Vs, III-Ns, II-VIs, SiC, SiGe
  • 2D MATERIALS (physics, technologies and devices)
  • RELIABILITY ISSUES (physics of failure and degradation mechanisms)
  • PHOTOVOLTAICS (Materials & Technology)


Important dates:

April 15, 2018 March 12, 2018 March 2, 2018: Short or Long (preferred) Abstract submission deadline
March 23, 2018: Notification of acceptance and opening of registration
April 6, 2018: Long Abstract submission deadline
April 16, 2018: Deadline for registration and Confirmation of participation.

Instructions for Authors

Authors wishing to present a paper should submit a maximum two-page “long” abstract (text and figures) - TEMPLATE.
The accepted papers will be distributed to the workshop participants on USB flash-drives.
A “short” 100-word abstract may be submitted by March 2, 2018. This must, however, be followed by the “long” two-page camera-ready version by April 6, 2018. This option will ensure that their latest results can be included in the workshop proceedings.


Conference Chairman

Dr. Adrian Dinescu, National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies, IMT Bucharest


Steering Committee

Daniel Araujo - UCA, Spain
Martina Baeumler - Fraunhofer IAF, Germany
Jean Camassel - Univ. Montpellier 2, France
Yvon Cordier - CNRS-CHREA, France
Daniel Alquier - IUT Tours, France
Leszek Konczewicz - Univ. Montpellier 2, France
Martin Kuball - Univ. Bristol, UK
Mike Leszczynski - Unipress, PAS. Poland
Zbigniew Lisik - TU Lodz, Poland
Koichi Maezawa - Univ. Toyama, Japan
Dimitris Pavlidis - Boston University and National Science Foundation, USA
Fabrizio Roccaforte - CNR-IMM, Italy
Zlatko Sitar - NCSU, USA
Károly Somogyi - Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Eleftherios Iliopoulos - Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), Greece

Invited Speakers


Dr. Robert Czernecki, Institute of High Pressure Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Laboratory of Semiconductor Characterization
Preliminary title: „Influence of hydrogen on InGaN quantum well MOVPE growth”

Dr. Jean-Michel Chauveau, CNRS – CRHEA (Centre de Recherche sur l'Hétéro-Epitaxie et ses Applications), France
Preliminary title: “(Mg)ZnO heterostructures”

Dr. Bruno Daudin, CEA-Grenoble, INAC PHELIQS/NPSC-Quantum Photonics, Electronics and Engineering
Preliminary title: "III-N nanowires: from growth to a new generation of optoelectronical devices"

Dr. Giuseppe Greco, CNR Institute for microelectronics and microsystems (IMM), Italy
Preliminary title: “Metallizations for GaN-based devices”

Dr. Béla Pécz, Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Energy Research, Hungary
Title to be confirmed


Registration & Fees

Deadline for registration: April 16, 2018

- Workshop participant: 400 Euro (include conference materials, welcome cocktail and gala dinner);
- Accompanying person: 150 Euro (welcome cocktail and gala dinner);
- Fee for participation to both EXMATEC 2018 and WOCSDICE2018: 700 Euro;



  • On-line payment, in EURO:
    • Workshop participant: 400 Euro; Pay on-line
    • Accompanying person: 150 Euro; Pay on-line
    • Fee for participation to both WOCSDICE2018 and EXMATEC 2018: 700 Euro; Pay on-line


  • Payment by bank transfer (bank commission not included) to the IMT Bucharest account, in EURO:
    Bank name: Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR), Sector 2 Branch
    Bank address: 8 Popa Lazar, sector 2, Bucharest, Romania
    IBAN/Account number: RO24 RNCB 0073 0027 5989 0011
    Swift/BIC code: RNCBROBU
    Ref. "EXMATEC 2018 Workshop Fee".


  • Payment by bank transfer (bank commission not included) to the IMT Bucharest account, in RON:

Bank name: Romanian Comercial Bank (BCR), Sector 2 Branch
Bank address: 8 Popa Lazar, sector 2, Bucharest, Romania
IBAN/Account number: RO03 RNCB 0073 0027 5989 0001
Swift/BIC code: RNCBROBU
Ref. "EXMATEC 2018 Workshop Fee".



VENUE Bucharest is linked to more than 20 capitals of European Union countries by direct flights to Otopeni Henri Coanda International Airport located 15 km from the workshop place.

The Workshop venue could be reached by:
- taxi: The touch screen terminals for taxi requests are available for customers who want to order taxi. Licensed taxis without prior request, with fares between 1.39 lei/km and 3.5 lei/km, are available for passengers arriving at Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport. These cars will be situated in a taxi stations located at the exit of the terminal and will take passengers in order of arrival. [details]
- public transport from Otopeni Henri Coanda International Airport: bus 783 (Piata Romana bus stop)

The workshop will take place at The Library of the Romanian Academy located in Bucharest, Calea Victoriei 125, Sector 1.
Access from Blv. Dacia.

The weather in May here is mild and generally beautiful.

Places to visit

The National Museum of Art of Romania

The National Museum of Art of Romania is the country’s prime holder of Romanian, European and Oriental art. Located in the former Royal Palace in Bucharest, it includes the National Gallery (Romanian medieval and modern art) and the European Art Gallery. Apart from numerous temporary exhibitions, visitors can also join guided tours of the former Throne Hall and other spaces of historical relevance.

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Romanian Atheneum

Symbolic edifice of the national culture, the Romanian Atheneum, built in the heart of Bucharest 120 years ago (1886-1888)

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Village Museum

BRIEF HISTORY OF National Village Museum "Dimitrie Gusti" Herăstrău lakeside, in the middle of the Romanian capital, the visitor everywhere have the joy of meeting a "village" really, monuments and artefacts sec. seventeenth century until the early century. XX; Building representative from important areas of ethnography regained a second life at the National Village Museum "Dimitrie Gusti".

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Delegates are responsible for booking and paying for their accommodation.

List of hotels near workshop venue:
Athénée Palace Hilton Bucharest 5*
Grand Hotel Continental 5*
Golden Tulip
Minerva Hotel 4*
Howard Johnson Grand Plaza 4*
Hotel Novotel Bucharest City Centre 4*
Ramada Bucharest Majestic Hotel 4*
Duke Hotel 3*

Related Information

42nd workshop on compound semiconductor devices and integrated circuits (WOSDICE 2018) will be organized in same place from May 14 – 16, 2018. The two events complement each other covering a wide aspect of material and device considerations. Delegates are encouraged to participate in both events and take advantage of the very stimulating discussions and presentations planned on materials and devices. A common session of both conferences will take place on 16 May in the aula of the Library of Romanian Academy in Bucharest, Romania.