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Confirmed invited speakers with preliminary titles

Chihaya Adachi, Kyushu Univ. - Advanced molecular design from OLED to organic semiconductor lasers

◊ Masakazu Aono, NIMS - Atomic Switches and Beyond: Fusion of Digital and Analog in Nanoelectronic Devices

Alexander Balandin, UC Riverside - Quasi 2D and 1D van der Waals Materials: Unique Properties and Possible Applications

 Lucie Bacakova, Czech Acad. Science - Adhesion and growth of bone and vascular cells on biomaterials with various surface modifications

Annemie Bogaerts, Univ. of Antwerp - Plasma for cancer treatment: Modeling for a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms

Anja Boisen, Danish Techn. Univ - Drug delivery and biosensing using nano-fabricated devices

Christiaan Bruinink, Univ. of Twente -  Concept of setting up a platform for sharing equipment and processes across nanofabrication facilities

 Sarah Burke, Univ. of British Columbia - Chemistry atom-by-atom: Probing reactivity of a surface-bound molecular catalyst by STM and AFM

Connie Chang-Hasnain, UC Berkeley - Nanophotonics and integration on silicon

Mathew J. Cherukara, Argonne National Lab - Data driven 4D X-ray imaging of nanoscale dynamics

Jinn Chu, NTUST Taiwan - Metallic Glass Coating: A Superb and Promising Material for Metallic Nanotube Arrays and Beyond

Anna Maria Coclite, TU Graz - Functional thin polymer films deposited from the vapor phase and their application for drug delivery and stimuli recognition

◊ Jose Coutinho, Univ. of Aveiro - Electronic structure defects in SiC: What have we learned from joint DFT/DLTS studies?

Iain Crowe, Manchester Univ. - Silicon photonics; materials, devices and applications

Sebastien Duguay, Univ. Rouen - Atom Probe Tomography characterization of materials for electronic devices

 Giovanna Fragneto, ILL Grenoble - Understanding of biological membranes using neutron and X-ray methods

Katharina Franke, Freie Univ. Berlin - Magnetic interactions of atoms and nanostructures with superconductors

Hajo Freund, Fritz-Haber-Institut Berlin - Model Systems for Heterogeneous Catalysts at the Atomic Level

Miran Gaberscek, National Inst. of Chem, Ljubljana - Transport and reaction mechanisms in Li-sulfur batteries

Ricardo Garcia, CSIC Madrid - Frontiers in force microscopy: From single adsorbed ions to single cell nanomechanics

David Ginger, University of Washington - How Morphology Controls Transport in Mixed Ionic/Electronic Conducting Polymers:  Applications to Bioelectronic Transistors

Joe E Greene, Univ. of Illinois - Fundamental Properties of Transition-metal Nitrides: Materials Design Strategies for Extreme Properties

Detlev Grützmacher, Research Center Jülich

Shuji Hasegawa, University of Tokyo

Dirk Hegemann, EMPA St. Gallen - Augmented surface functionalization based on chemical gradients in plasma polymer films

◊ Amy Herr, Berkeley - Teasing apart the role of proteoforms using microfluidic electrophoretic cytometry

Liv Hornekær, Aarhus Univ. - Controlling graphene functionalization and intercalation

Leif Johansen, Danish Techn. Univ. - Deep UV lithography in a university owned nano-fabrication facility, benefits versus complexity and cost

Jozef Keckes, Univ. of Leoben - Cross-Sectional Microstructure-Stress-Property Relationships in Thin Films: Methods and Phenomena

Mato Knez, NanoGUNE - Bioinspired approach to functional hybrid materials by vapor phase infiltration

Michael Krystek, PTB Braunschweig - Fundamental Basis and Philosophy of the Revised SI

John Z. Larese, Univ. Tennesse - Neutron Scattering Investigations of Molecular Interactions With Surfaces of Nanomaterials

 Max Lemme, RWTH Aachen - Realistic expectations of graphene based device applications

Junling Lu, Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China - Atomic-Level Catalyst Precise Design using Atomic Layer Deposition

 Natalia Martin, Chalmers - Structure-function relationship during CO2 metahanation over supported Rh catalysts

 Claudio Masciovecchio, Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste -  Nonlinear optics at Free Electron Lasers

 Mireille Mouis, Minatec Grenoble -

 Fabian Natterer, EPFL - Electron spin resonance scanning tunneling microscopy: Instrumentation and Application

Aydogan Ozcan, UC Los Angeles - Toward a Thinking Microscope: Deep Learning-enabled Computational Microscopy and Sensing

 Rosa Palacín, ICMAB - Battery energy storage beyond Li-ion

 Atul Parikh, UC Davis - Mixing Water, transducing Energy, Shaping Lipid Membranes

 Teresa Pinheiro, Inst. of Bioengineering and Biosciences - Advances in nanotoxicology using ion probes

 Christelle Prinz, Lund University - Bio-applications of semiconductor nanowires

 Heike Riel, IBM Zürich -

Sandra E. Elizabeth Rodil, Natl. Autonomous Univ. Of Mexico - Titanium Oxide thin films deposited by sputtering mimic the biological response of bulk titanium

Johanna Rosén, Linkoping University 

Barbara Rothen, Univ. de Fribourg - Interaction of nanomaterials and cells - what we know and where to go from here

Julia Scherschligt, NIST Gaithersburg - Quantum Based Cold-Atom Vacuum Standard and Overview of Cold-Atom Metrology

 Guido Schmitz, Univ. Stuttgart - Atom probe tomography: Analysis of soft matter, liquids and interfaces at the top of the tip

Zhi-Xun Shen, Stanford Univ. - Femtosecond electron-phonon lock-in via photoemission and x-ray free-electron laser

Koichi Takaki, Iwate Univ. - Pulsed-Power Applications for Farming and Food Processing

Tetsuya Takeuchi, Meijo Univ. - High-performance GaN-based vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers

Maria Tenje, Uppsala Univ. - Microengineering of hydrogels for organ-on-chip application

Lars-Erik Wernersson, Lund Univ. -

Bob Wolkow, University of Alberta - Atomic Computational Elements Composed of Silicon Dangling Bonds

Hongxing Xu, Wuhan Univ. -


Listed in alphabetical order and will be updated continuously.

Additional invited speakers will be added closer to the conference, including a significant number that will be selected from submitted abstracts.