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Workshop at ESSDERC 2014

Friday, September 26 2014


Beyond-CMOS for advanced More Moore and More than Moore applications

Organizers: Francis Balestra and Enrico Sangiorgi, Sinano Institute - Grenoble INP/CNRS, France

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MOS-AK: Over Two Decades of Enabling Compact Modeling R&D Exchange

Organizer: Wladek Grabinski, MOS-AK Group (EU),

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Current status and evolution of GaN and SiC microwave and power devices

Organizer: Enrico Zanoni, University of Padova, DEI, Italy

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THz-Workshop: Millimeter- and Sub-Millimeter-Wave circuit design and characterization

Organizer: Thomas Zimmer, University Bordeaux, France

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Marie Curie ATWC

Organizer: Rinaldo Castello, University of Pavia and Marvell, Italy  

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In the Quest of Zero Power: Energy Efficient Computing Devices and Circuits

Organizer: Adrian M. Ionescu Nanolab, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne   

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Abstract: This workshop is organized and supported by the e2-Switch European Project ( and will include a series of presentations dealing with state of the art advancements in Tunnel FETs as most promising energy efficient device candidates able to reduce the voltage supply of integrated circuits (ICs) below 0.25V and be hybridized with CMOS technology. The programme will also feature reports on DC/AC benchmarking for complementary n- and p-type Tunnel FETs, compact models for digital and analog/RF, device scalability, operational reliability and ITRS metrics.


Information for workshop organizers

ESSDERC/ESSCIRC workshops offer network of researchers a unique opportunity to exploit the logistics of the conference and the presence on-site of a large number of potential participants to meet and present  the result of a project,  discuss the frontiers of novel research topics, foster new collaborations, share views and know-how. Here follows a list of the fundamental information for perspective workshop organizers:  

  • The organizer of a workshop is asked a contribution of 2000 EUR (full-day WS) or 1200 EUR (half-day WS) as partial coverage of the logistic expenses. A room with projection equipment will be reserved to each workshop for the full day, and a lunch and two coffee breaks will be served to the attendees.  The conference site provides 5 rooms with 200-seat capacity and 3 rooms with 60-seat capacity.
  • An additional 35 EUR registration fee is asked to the attendees as partial coverage of the catering expenses.
  • In order not to interfere with the technical program of the conference, the day allotted to the workshops is Friday, September 26th.
  • Perspective organizers should contact the workshop program chairs Luca Selmi (  and Luca Benini  ( by the deadlines reported below with the following information:
    • March 31st: title and short description of the workshop; name, affiliation and e-mail contact of the organizer(s).
    •  April 30th: full program of the workshop (abstract, schedule with title, time, speaker name and affiliation of each talk). The program will be posted on a dedicated page of the conference website. Alternatively, the organizers may report the URL of the website with the workshop full program.

Perspective organizers may also be interested in taking a look at the workshop program of the past editions of the conference:



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