05 - 08 September 2023 | Nagoya, Japan
SSDM covers a broad spectrum of topics related to solid state devices and materials
Rongmei Chen on Benefits and challenges of chip backside power delivery in sub-3nm node
Clement Porret on Low temperature selective growth of group-IV source/drain epilayers for advanced contact application
Siva Ramesh on Overview of techniques for improving current conduction in 3D NAND channels
Yosuke Shimura on Compressively Strained Epitaxial Ge Layers for Quantum Computing Applications
With its 55th annual conference being held in 2023, SSDM is one of the most reputable international conferences on the science and technology of devices and materials. The SSDM covers a wide spectrum of topics related to solid state devices and materials, extended to those for the multidisciplinary and emerging research fields. Twelve areas have been set up to facilitate active discussion among academia, industry and government.
Key researchers will also be invited from all over the world to present the cutting edge research in the rapidly advancing fields. Your contribution is highly solicited from both industry and academia. A special issue of the Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (JJAP) focusing on this conference is scheduled to be published. Exhibition booths will also be set up for companies and agencies that may exhibit devices, technologies and information relevant to the research and development efforts to participants.