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13th International Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics (WOLTE-13)
10-13 September 2018 (Save the date in your agenda!)
(A402). WOLTE is a biennial conference devoted to the presentation and exchange of the most recent advances in low temperature electronics (LTE) and applications. This international forum is open to everyone in the field.
The 13th edition of WOLTE will be organized by SPIN-CNR, the Institute of Superconductors, and other innovative materials and devices of theNational Research Council (CNR) of Italy.
In this edition, the focus will be on emerging trends, such as Quantum Technologies, Semi- and Super-conductors integrated systems, Integration of LTE with Quantum Optics, Memories, and LTE in Space Applications for Communication and Environmental Monitoring.
The Conference topics are:
- Low Temperature Device Physics
- Low Temperature Detectors and Readouts
- Semiconductor and Superconductor Devices at Low Temperatures
- Digital Electronics at Low Temperatures
- Optoelectronics at Low Temperatures
- Cryogenic Systems
- Cryoelectronics Applications
- Cryogenic MEMS and NEMS
- Electronic Packaging and Interconnects
- Hybrid Superconductor/semiconductor & opto devices
Attend and present your work at WOLTE-13.
Please, pass along this info to any friends and/or colleagues who may be interested.
In the 2nd Announcement, we will provide further information about the conference venue, the fee policy, and the important dates for registration and abstract submission.
Chairman: Roberto Cristiano
Co-chair: Giampiero Pepe
International Advisory Committee
Frederic Aniel (Université Paris Sud, France)
John D. Cressler (Georgia Tech, USA)
Roberto Cristiano (CNR, Italy)
Gérard Ghibaudo (IMEP-INPG, France)
Yong Jin (CNRS, France)
Jalal Jomaah (MINATEC, France)
Randall Kirschman (Independent Consulting Physicist, USA)
Bruno Leone (European Space Agency, UK)
Philip Mauskopf (ASU, USA)
Patrick Merken (IMEC, Belgium)
Hans-Georg Meyer (IPHT, Germany)
Yasuhisa Omura (Kansai University, Japan)
Marcelo Antonio Pavanello (Centro Universitário da FEI, Brazil)
Michael Siegel (Universität Karlsruhe, Germany)