Symposium A2. Compound Semiconductor and Wide Bandgap Materials for Electronic and Optical Devices
|Prof. Bae-Heng Tseng||National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan|
|Prof. Jen-Sue Chen||National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan|
Compound semiconductors have been widely used as active materials in various optoelectronic and microelectronic devices. The scope of this symposium includes material growth and processing, physics of electron and optical processes, characterization, and advanced electronic and optoelectronic devices. The central topics are development, improvement and application of new and advanced methods in the fabrication and evaluation of compound semiconductor materials and structures to develop an 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 compound semiconductor materials in bulk, thin film or nano-structure form, related structures and processing.
Focus is also on new emerging wide bandgap materials with the applications in LEDs, solar cells, power electronics and sensor devices. Novel growth concepts, surface engineering, technology implementation approaches, and conceptual materials combinations are of primary importance and will be the issues to address in this symposium.
Keynote Speakers & Invited Speakers (tentative):