NU Tech Roundtable 2021

Materials Informatics for

Electro-optic Crystals and Semiconductor

May 12th, 2021

Nagoya University and Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc. will host a virtual Roundtable for its 12th installment this Spring.

This virtual Roundtable will be held online focusing on Materials Informatics for Electro-optic Crystals and Semiconductors. This year, two speakers from Nagoya University and one from North Carolina State University will present their cutting-edge technologies, followed by breakout room sessions for discussion and Q&A.

Date and Time

Agenda

17:00 EDT  Opening Remarks : TBD

17:05 EDT  Presentation 1 : Dr. Noritaka USAMI

17:30 EDT  Presentation 2 : Dr. Douglas IRVING

17:55 EDT  Presentation 3: Dr. Toru UJIHARA

18:20 EDT  Breakout Room Session 1   

18:40 EDT  Breakout Room Session 2   

19:00 EDT  Close

Technology Presentation

Multicrystalline informatics for development of high-performance materials

Dr. Noritaka USAMI

Professor

Graduate School of Engineering

Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability

Center for Integrated Research of Future Electronics

Nagoya University

Point defect informatics: Identifying routes to realize targeted properties of electronic materials

Dr. Douglas IRVING

Professor

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

NC State University

Title: "TBD"

Dr. Toru UJIHARA

Professor

Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability

Center for Integrated Research of Future Electronics Innovative Devices Section

Nagoya University

Questions?

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For the US attendees

May 12th

5:00 - 7:00 PM (EDT)

2:00 - 5:00 PM (PDT)

For Japan attendees

May 13th

6:00 - 8:00 AM (JST)

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