Invited speakers

Plenary talks

Speaker Affiliation Title
Dr. C. A. Spindt Stanford Research Institute International
(USA)
A brief history and the current status of the Spindt cathode
Dr. I. T. Han Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
(Korea)
The commercialization huddles of carbon nanotube devices
Prof. B. Milne Cambridge University
(UK)
Carbon Nanotubes for Field Emission Applications
Prof. H. K. Park Kyung Hee University
(Korea)
Medical Applications of Vacuum Nanoelectronics

Invited talks

Speaker Affiliation Title
Prof. O. Zhou University of North Carolina
(USA)
CNT X-Ray Source Array for Detection and Treatment of Cancer
Prof. Y. Saito Nagoya University
(Japan)
Dynamic Behaviour of Multilayered Graphene and Metal-coated Carbon Nanotube Field Emitters
Prof. M. Takai Osaka University
(Japan)
Development of a tiny X-ray source controlled by laser light for medical application
Dr. R. G. Forbes University of Surrey
(UK)
Recent progress in reshaping the theory of orthodox field electron emission
Prof. S.-T. Lee City University of Hong Kong
(China)
High-Performance Single In2Se3 Nanowire Photodetector
Prof. N. S. Xu Sun Yat-Sen University
(China)
Field Emission Display using Nanowire Field Emitters
Prof. W. Lei Southeast University
(China)
Field Emission Electron Source with Graphene Layer
Prof. W. B. Choi Florida International University
(USA)
Novel design considerations for high efficiency carbon nanotube field emitters
Prof. J. T. L. Thong National University of Singapore
(Singapore)
Metallic Nanowires Grown via Field-Emission Induced Growth as Electron Sources
Dr. Y.-H. Song Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
(Korea)
Development of Fully Vacuum-Sealed X-ray Tubes with Carbon Nanotube Field Emitters
Prof. N. Lee Sejong University
(Korea)
Fabrication of carbon nanotube field emission materials and application to vacuum devices
Prof. S. R. P. Silva Surrey University
(UK)
Electron Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes
Prof. Y. Gotoh Kyoto University
(Japan)
Production of extremely low energy electron beam with silicon-based field emitter arrays and its application to space charge neutralization of low-energy and high-current ion beam
Prof. H. Mimura Shizuoka University
(Japan)
Field Emitter Technology for Nanovision Science
Dr. J. Shaw Naval Research Laboratory
(USA)
Development of a Diamond Transmitted Secondary Electron Source
Prof. W. P. Kang Vanderbilt University
(USA)
Nanodiamond Vacuum Field Emission Integrated Devices
Dr. M. Nagao National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
(Japan)
A novel fabrication of Spindt-type field emitters with focusing electrodes
Dr. Y. C. Kim Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
(Korea)
Development of Backlight and X-ray Source Based on Printed Carbon Nanotube Field Emitters
Dr. S.-G. Jeon Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
(Korea)
CNT cold cathode based THz wave technology
Prof. G. Müller University of Wuppertal
(Germany)
Optimization of ion-track etching and electrochemical copper nanocone deposition for structured field emission cathodes
Prof. R. Schreiner University of Regensburg
(Germany)
Highly uniform and stable field emission from
Si-tip arrays for applications in integrated vacuum microelectronic devices
Prof. M. Nakamoto Shizuoka University
(Japan)
Stable Vacuum Electronic Devices for Aerospace and Environment-hard Applications
Prof. K. Hata Mie University
(Japan)
Newly Designed High Resolution X-ray Microscope with a Field Emission Type Lithium Liquid Metal Electron Source
Dr. C. Holland Stanford Research Institute International
(USA)
Optically Controlled Spindt Cathode
Dr. O. Auciello Argonne National Laboratory
(USA)
Ultrananocrystalline Diamond (UNCD) Films for Field Emission-Based Science and Devices
Dr. Hans W. P. Koops HaWilKo GmbH
(Germany)
Development of a miniaturized Dynatron THz-Oscillator with a FEBIP system
Dr. S. T. Purcell Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 & CNRS
(France)
Carbon Nanotubes Grown in a Field Emission Electron Microscope