The 40th edition of the


an IEEE event (since 1995)

Sinaia, Romania (11-14 October 2017)


List of invited speakers(in the alphabetical order) and papers abstract

- Graphene-based Tunable Microstrip Attenuators and Patch Antenna, Stefano Bellucci, INFN-Laboratori Nazionale di Frascati, Italy
- Noise Variability-Aware Design of CMOS Integrated Circuits, Matthias Bucher, Technical Univ. of Crete
- Autonomous Wireless Sensor Networks integrated on flexible substrate, Daniela Dragomirescu, Toulouse University, France
- New Trends in High Voltage MOSFET Based on Wide Band Gap Materials, Philippe Godignon, Centro Nacional de Microelectronica, Barcelona
- New Ideas of Quantum Cascading for THz and LEDs, Hans Hartnagel, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
- High-pressure microfluidics, Klas Hjort, Uppsala Univ, Sweden
- Angular Rate Sensors for Inertial Navigation Applications: Design and Calibration Challenges, Daniel Lapadatu, AlfaRom Consulting, Romania
- GaN for power devices: mormally-off technologies , Dr. Giorgia Longobardi,, Cambridge University, UK
- Near-Field Microwave Techniques for Micro- and Nano-Scale Characterization in Material Science, Romolo Marcelli, Microwave Micro- and Nano-System Technology Group, CNR-IMM Rome, Italy
- The real potential of SiC in power electrical applications, Prof. Philip Mawby, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
- Silicon Nanomaterials for Li-ion Energy Storage Microsystems, Sorin Melinte,  Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
- Ageing Effects on Composite Nano Carbon Based Materials, Federico Micciulla, Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati - I.N.F.N., Frascati (Rm), Italy
- Current trends for developing novel functional metal oxides, Mircea Modreanu, Tyndall Institute, Cork, Ireland
- Quantum confinement effects and light absorption in Ge nanostructures, Antonio Terrasi, University of Catania, Italy
- Functional 2D and 3D architectures of nanomaterials: New avenues for applications, Ion Tigynianu, Academy of Sciences and Technical University of Moldova, Republic of Moldova
- Cambridge technology platform for CMOS ubiquitous micro sensors, Florin Udrea, Univ. of Cambridge, UK
- Si-based Transistor and Analog-Mixed-Signal Circuit Scaling and the Natural Progression of Moore's Law to Silicon Quantum Computing at the Atomic Scale, Sorin Voinigescu, Toronto University, Canada
- Technology and performance of SiC-based Nanowire Field Effect Transistors, Konstantinos Zekentes, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, Crete