Program [PDF version]


NEW: A short panel discussion is scheduled at the end of the workshop.

[IPCN1-1] 8:30-9:00 (Invited)
Makoto NARUSE, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
Information Physics in Nanophotonics

[IPCN1-2] 9:00-9:30 (Invited)
Yusuke OGURA, Osaka University, Japan
Functional molecular sensing using photonic DNA nano-processor

[IPCN1-3] 9:30-10:00 (Invited)
Chris DWYER , Duke University, USA
DNA Self-assembled Nanostructures for Resonance Energy Transfer Circuits

10:00-10:15 break

[IPCN1-4] 10:15-10:45 (Invited)
Hwi Kim, Korea University, Republic of Korea
Extension of Fourier modal analysis: scalar optical wave equation and time-varying media

[IPCN1-5] 10:45-11:15 (Invited)
Serge HUANT, Institut Neel, CNRS & UJF Grenoble, France
Nanodiamonds as surface-plasmon launchers: towards a "deterministic" quantum plasmonics

[IPCN1-6] 11:15-11:45 (Invited)
Shoji KAWAHITO, Shizuoka University, Japan
Single photoelectron manipulation and detection with sub-nanosecond resolution in CMOS imagers

[IPCN1-7] 11:45-12:00
Arjun Rallapalli, Mohammad Mottaghi, Siyang Wang, Chris Dwyer, Duke University, USA
Modeling energy migration in a network of chromophores using Monte Carlo methods and Markov Chains

12:00-13:30 break

[IPCN1-8] 13:30-14:00 (Invited)
Jeremy O'BRIEN, University of Bristol, UK
TBD

[IPCN1-9] 14:00-14:30 (Invited)
Paul PRUCNAL, Princeton University, USA
Photonic Neuromorphic Signal Processing and Computing

[IPCN1-10] 14:30-15:00 (Invited)
Seiya KASAI, Hokkaido University, Japan
Nonlinear Behaviors in III-V Semiconductor Nanowires and Their Application to Information Detection and Processing

[IPCN1-11] 15:00-15:15
T. Mohamed(University of Calgary, Canada), S. N. Yanushkevich(University of Calgary, Canada), S. Kasai(Hokkaido University, Japan),
Fault-Tolerant Nanowire BDD circuits

15:15-15:30 break

[IPCN1-12] 15:30-16:00 (Invited)
Naoya TATE, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Engineering of nanometric optical system based on optical near-field interactions for macro-scale applications

[IPCN1-13] 16:00-16:30 (Invited)
Masashi AONO, RIKEN, Japan
Amoeba-inspired Model of Quantum Dot-based SAT Solver

[IPCN1-14] 16:30-16:45
Song-Ju Kim (RIKEN, Japan/Hanyang University, Korea), Makoto Naruse (NICT, Japan), Masashi Aono (RIKEN, Japan), Motoichi Ohtsu (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Masahiko Hara (RIKEN, Japan),
A Model of Quantum Dot-based Decision Maker

[IPCN1-15] 16:45-17:15 (Invited)
Jun TANIDA, Osaka University, Japan
Smart Fold Computing -- A Distributed Approach to Overcome Diffraction Limit of Light

17:15-18:00
Panel Discussion