Program        Invited Speakers

Invited Speakers

1. Energy Harvesting Materials & Devices

Machine-learning-based Design of Amorphous Polymer Electret for Kinetic Energy Harvesting

Yuji Suzuki
University of Tokyo, Japan

Triboelectric Nanosensor Integrated with Robotic Platform for Self-Powered Detection of Chemical Analytes

Zong-Hong Lin
National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

Flexible Piezoelectret/Piezoelectric Electromechanical Transducers for Human-Machine Interactivity

Junwen Zhong
University of Macau, China

Power Management of Triboelectric Nanogenerators for Self-Powered Electronics Applications

Dong-Myeong Shin
Univiersity of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Triboelectric Nanogenerators for Energy Harvesting/Sensing Applications and Their Effective Power Management

Jae Su Yu
Kyunghee University, Korea

Design of functional polymer for high performance triboelectric nanogenerator and their applications

Ju-Hyuck Lee
DGIST, Korea

Triboelectricity-Driven Harvesting and Sensing for Self-Powered Wearable and Biomedical Applications

DaeWon Kim
Kyunghee University, Korea


Alice Zhang
Peking University, China

2. Micro/Nano Electro-Mechanical Systems (M/NEMS)

Fabrication and exploitation of anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) microcantilevers for physical and chemical sensing applications

Seonghwan (Sam) Kim
University of Calgary, Canada


Albert Kim
University of South Florida, USA

Wafer-level vacuum-sealed low-power photonic MEMS for programmable silicon photonic circuits

Kristinn Gylfason
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


Joon Bo Yoon
KAIST, Korea

Nanodevice Fabrication Technology via Helium Ion Microscope

Huan Hu
Zhejiang University, China

Integrating living materials for the development of biohybrid systems

Sung Jin Park
Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, USA

Quantifying stochastic fluctuation in instantaneous growth rates of single cells using a microfluidic resonator

Joon Ho Kang
KIST, Korea

Micro/Nanoscale Approaches for Connecting Electronics to the Brain

Takeshi Kawano
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan

An electrowetting-driven liquid prism array: from material studies to optofluidic applications for tunable optics and solar energy

Sung-Yong (Sean) Park
San Diego State University, USA

3. Micro/Nano-Photonics & Optical Devices

Material engineering towards high performance and stable perovskite optoelectronic and photonic devices

Ni Zhao
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

3D Printed Photonic Devices

Ji Tae Kim
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Integrated light sources for realizing photonic quantum computing

Dongwook Nam
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Power supply to smart contact lens

Seokwoo Lee
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Mid-infrared femtosecond pulse generation in gas-filled hollow-core fibers

Wonkeun Chang
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Graphene based THz metasurfaces for electrical control of polarization states

Teun-Teun Kim
University of Ulsan, Korea

Geometrically 3D Designed Nano-structures for High Performance visible light Photodetector and Applications

Min‐Ho Seo
Pusan National University, Korea

Bioinspired Artificial Cameras: Optic Components and Imaging Sensors

Young Min Song
GIST, Korea

A Multispectral 3D MEMS-Based Dual-axis Confocal Micro-Endoscope for Clinical Applications

Wibool Piyawattanametha
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand

4. Micro/Nano- Chemical Sensors

Advanced nanomaterials for low power consumption and highly sensitive gas micro-nano sensors

Nguyen Duc Hoa
Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam

Developing a Molecular Chemist’s Sense for Small Molecule Sensing

Máté J. Bezdek
ETH Zurich, Swiss

Dynamic VOC-sensing behavior of adsorption/combustion-type micro gas sensors

Takeo Hyodo
Nagasaki University, Japan

Ferroelectric ɛ-WO3 nanospheres for selective detection of breath acetone

Ji-Wook Yoon
Jeonbuk National University, Korea

Development of Chemiresistive-type Ion Sensors Using Carbon Nanotubes with Selectors

Seon-Jin Choi
Hanyang University, Korea

Operando spectroscopic study of the gas sensing mechanism of oxide nanocrystals

Tetsuya Kida
Kumamoto University, Japan


Young Seok Shim
Korea University of Technology & Education, Korea

Encoding Method for Olfactory Information Obtained by Electronic Nose into Normative Data Format

Hyunggi Byun
Kangwon National University, Korea

In Situ TEM Technique for Characterization of Sensing Materials under Working Conditions

Pengcheng Xu
Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, China

5. Micro/Nano-Physical Sensors

Metal Organic Frameworks for Chemical Sensing and Ion Extraction

Mohsen Asadnia
Macquarie University, Austrailia

Energy Localization for Ultra-Sensitive Sensors in CMOS-MEMS technology

Wei-Chang Li
National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Scalable Fabrication Approaches for Bio-inspired Superhydrophobic and Anti-Icing Hierarchical Surfaces

Huan Hu
Zhejiang University, China

Sensing Collagen Piezoelectricity Using Piezoresponse Force Microscopy to Elucidate the Intrafibrillar Mineralization Mechanism

Hanna Cho
Ohio State University, USA

Chip-less wireless electronic skins by remote epitaxial freestanding compound semiconductors

Yeongin Kim
University of Cincinnati, USA

Mechanically Robust, uniform, and functional wearable sensors with bionanocomposites

Sunghan Kim
Chung-Ang University, Korea

Physical and Chemical Design of Nanocrystals for Multifunctional and Wearable Sensors

Soong Ju Oh
Korea University, Korea

Acoustoelectric effects and non-reciprocity in heterogeneously integrated delay lines

Siddhartha Ghosh
Northeastern University, USA

Near-Zero Power Integrated Microsystems for the IoT

Matteo Rinaldi
Northeastern University, USA

SMART Multi-level Interface Engineering on Electronic-skin Sensors for Long-term Conformable Physical Monitoring

Hanwool Yeon
GIST, Korea

6. Micro/Nano-Composite Materials & Structures

Analysis of the Thermal Conductivity of Semi-Crystalline Polyetheretherketone/Boron Nitride Sheet Composites Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation with the New Dreiding Force Field

Jaesang Yu
Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea


Seung Hwan Chang
Chung-Ang University, Korea


Gregory M. Odegard
Michigan Technology University, USA

Prediction of stress-strain behavior of carbon fabric woven composites by deep neural network

Haksung Kim
Hanyang University, Korea


Fucai Li
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Nano SOFC for Enhancing Time of Flight of Drone Operation

Yong Jin Yoon
KAIST, Korea

7. Micro/Nano-Fabrication Processes

Material Transfer via Controllable Interfacial Forces for Microassembly and Nanomaterial Integration

Seok Kim
Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea

Architected Soft Matter and the 4th dimension

Howon Lee
Seoul National University, Korea

Direct Laser Writing of Laser-Induced-Graphene (LIG) Electronics

Young-Jin Kim
KAIST, Korea

Arranging atoms, one by one, the way we want them

Ondrej Dyck
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Submillimeter-scale multimaterial terrestrial robots

Mengdi Han
Peking University, China

Multifunctional hydrogel microparticle fabrication with phase separation and instant freezing by centrifugal microfluidics

Hiroaki Onoe
Keio Univeristy, Japan

Bringing carbon to life - 3D pyrolytic carbon micro- and nanoelectrodes for monitoring of cell cultures

Stephan Sylvest Keller
Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark

Intelligent Skin electronics for healthcare monitoring and touch VR

Xinge Yu
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

8. Micro/Nano-Actuators & Robotics

Stimuli responsive polymer based vibrotactile actuators for soft wearable haptic interface

Sungryul Yun
ETRI, Korea

Materials for Magnetic Small-Scale Robotics

Salvador Pané Vidal
Multi-Scale Robotics Lab, ET Zürich, Switzerland

MOFBOTS: Metal–organic framework-based biomedical magnetic microrobots

Josep Puigmartí-Luis
University of Barcelona, Spain

Engineering biohybrid and bioinspired magnetic microrobots for targeted drug delivery

Simone Schuerle
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Living robots at the nano/microscale: reality or fantasy?

Maria Guix
University of Barcelona, Spain

Precise liquid metal manipulation for reconfigurable metasurface

Wei Wang
Peking University, China


Yongfeng Mei
Fudan University, China

Electrically sensitive soft ceramics for potential small-scale actuating applications

Xiangzhong Chen
Fudan University, China

Soft Haptic Actuators and Haptic Sensors

Sang-Youn Kim
Korea University of Technology and Education, Korea

9. Micro/Nano-Electronics

Highly Sensitive Nanoscale Crack-based Sensors

Tae-il Kim
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea


Ki Jun Yu
Yonsei Univeristy, Korea

Monolithic 3D (M3D) Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS)-Nano-Electromechanical (NEM) Hybrid Circuits for Low-Power and High-Speed Reconfigurable Logic (RL) Applications

Woo Young Choi
Seoul National University, Korea

Compute-in-memory (CIM) for AI Applications based on Nonvolatile Memory Devices

Wonbo Shim
Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea


Keehoon Kang
Seoul National University, Korea


Chuan Wang
Washington University, USA

Transfer-Printed Compound Semiconductors and Incorporated Nanophotonic Materials for High-Performance Solar Energy Harvesting

Sungmin Lee
Kookmin University, Korea


Yangzhi Zhu
Terasaki Institute, USA

Design and Fabrication of neuromorphic electronic devices

Wentao Xu
Nankai University, China

10. Micro/Nano-Mechanics

Multiscale synergistic energy absorption behaviors of architected liquid crystal elastomers

Sung Hoon Kang
Johns Hopkins University, USA

In situ TEM Observations and Molecular Dynamic Simulations of Deformation Defect Activities of Mg via Nanoindentation

Kelvin Xie
Texas A&M University

Data-driven investigation of nanoindentation hardness of thin film alloys

Dongwoo Lee
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Toughening Mechanisms in Cu-Graphene Nanolayered Composite

Seung Min Han
KAIST, Korea

MEMS-based in-situ Tensile Experiments Designed to Arrest Catastrophic Failure in Brittle Nanomaterials

Dongchan Jang
KAIST, Korea

Microstructure Uniting Auxeticity with Exterme Strength and High Stiffness

Sang Ho Oh

Tailoring nano-indentation hardness of polyurethane surface microstructures and their use in semiconductor manufacturing

Sanha Kim
KAIST, Korea

Nanoscale deformation characterization of superhard boron carbide

Kolan Madhav Reddy
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

An Axially Continuous Graphene–Copper Wire: Mechanisms of Property Enhancements

Wonmo Kang
Arizona State University, USA

11. Micro/Nano-Bio Devices & Systems

Developing a blood cell-based diagnostic test for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple sclerosis using peripheral blood mononuclear cells

Morten Karl
Oxford University, U.K.

Biomimetic Artificial Nanoscale Cilia

Hoon-Eui Jeong


Deok Ho Kim
Johns Hopkins University, USA

Gap-enhanced Raman tags: synthesis, optical properties and sentinel lymph node identification

Jian Ye
Shanghi Jiao tung University, China

Next-Generation Neural Interfaces from Optoelectronic Fibers to Nanomaterials

Seongjun Park
KAIST, Korea


Kin Fong Lei
National Chang Gung University, Taiwan

Brain-on-a-Chip Platforms for modeling human brain-specific diseases

Hong Nam Kim
KIST, Korea

Growing brain organoids and spheroids on a chip

Yong-Ak Song
NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE

12. Functional Nanomaterials & Synthesis


Jun Young Cheong
University of Bareuth, German

Synthesis of Ti3C2Tx MXene with Controlled Lattice Structure and Surface Chemistry

Chong Min Koo
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Harnessing the Promise of Nanomaterials for Future Electronic Devices

Youngki Yoon
University of Waterloo, Canada


Yoon Hwa
Arizona State University, USA

Towards myodynamia monitoring of comatose patients: a muscle inspired ultra-sensitive and durable ionic skin

Wu Bin Ying
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Nano-Manufacturing Technologies for Functional Composite Materials

Jaemin Lee
University of Leeds, UK

Radical Anionic Metal-Organic Frameworks

Jinhee Park
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Vapor-Phased Synthesis of Polymers from Coatings to Porous Materials

Hsien-Yeh Chen
Department of Chemical Engineering in National Taiwan University

13. Micro/Nano-enabled Wearable Devices


Jiheong Kang
KAIST, Korea

Responsive Complex Emulsions: All-liquid Sensors for Biomolecules and Environmental Contaminants

Suchol Savagatrup
Arizona State University, USA

Materials Chemistry Approaches for Fine Touch: Opportunities in Tactile Interfaces

Charles Dhong
U. Delaware, USA

Metasurface-enhanced holography, imaging, and biosensing

Inki Kim
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea


Dae Seok Kim
Pukyung University, Korea

Programming mechanoluminescent behaviors of 3D printed granular elastomer networks

Jinhye Bae
University of California San Diego, USA


Trisha Andrew
Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Stable radio-frequency energy harvesting on plastic foil with conjugated polymer Schottky diodes

Jimin Kwon
UNIST, Korea


Wenjung Li
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong