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1 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research June 2016 Songdo Convensia Incheon/Seoul, South Korea

2 CC3DMR 2016 COMMITTEES & SCIENTIFIC TEAM CC3DMR Conference Chair Gregory J. Salamo University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR, USA CC3DMR Conference Co-Chair Milko van der Boom Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel International Advisory Committee Zhiming Wang University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China Simon Ringer - University of Sydney, Australia Magnus Willander - Linköping University, Norrköping, Sweden Richard Notzel - Technical University of Madrid, Spain Yong Zhang - University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA Armando Rastelli Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, Germany Dongfeng XUE - Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Cardinal Warde - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Toyohito Yatagai Utsunomiya University, Japan Lambertus Hesselink - Stanford University, United States Yasuhiro Takaki Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan Ting-Chung Poon - Virginia Tech, USA Yongtian Wang Beijing Institute of Technology, China V. Michael Bove, Jr Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab., USA I

3 CC3DMR 2016 COMMITTEES & SCIENTIFIC TEAM Scientific Program Committee George Barbastathis - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Eli Brenner - Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands Yi-Pai Huang - National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan Osamu Matoba - Kobe University, Japan Nickolas S. Sapidis - University of Western Macedonia, Greece Georgios A. Triantafyllidis - Multimedia Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece Gerald Fuetterer - SeeReal Technology, Germany Masayuki Nakajima - Tokyo institute of Technology, Japan Pooi See Lee Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Alexander Govorov - Ohio University, USA Klemens Rumpf - Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria Wanlin Guo - Nanjing University, China Chunlei Guo - University of Rochester, USA Nigel Sammes Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea International Organizing Committee Joseph Rosen - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Christian Wöhler Technical University of Dortmund, Germany Tibor Balogh - Holografika (CEO), Hungary Hiroshi Yoshikawa - Nihon University, Japan Tiejun Huang - Peking University, China Takashi Kawai - Waseda University, Japan Xingjun Wang - Tsinghua University, China Jihoon Lee Kwangwoon University, South Korea Manuel Martinez-Corral - University of Valencia, Spain Mitsuteru Inoue - Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Daniel Chua National University of Singapore, Singapore Emmanouil Lioudakis - Cyprus Institute, Cyprus II

4 CC3DMR 2016 COMMITTEES & SCIENTIFIC TEAM International Organizing Committee Li-Jun Wan Institute of Chemistry at Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Abdel Hadi Kassiba Universite du Maine, Le Mans, France Arunava Gupta University of Alabama, USA Gan Moog Chow National University of Singapore, Singapore Ahsanulhaq Qurashi King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia Local Organizing Committee Yo-Sung Ho - Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea Nam Kim - Chungbok National University, South Korea Jounghyun Kim - Korea University, South Korea Seokwon Yeom - Daegu University, South Korea Sungyoung Lee - Kyung Hee University, South Korea Jae-Hyeung Park - Inha University, South Korea In Kyu Moon Chosun University, South Korea Sin-Doo Lee - Seoul National University, South Korea Seung Hwan Ko Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea Jaeha Ryu - Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea Min-Chul Park - Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea Conference Organizer Jihoon Lee - Kwangwoon University, Seoul, Korea III

5 CC3DMR 2016 COMMITTEES & SCIENTIFIC TEAM Host by Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research Kwangwoon University, South Korea Sponsored by IV

6 Welcome to the CC3DMR 2016 It is our great pleasure to have you all for the Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research 2016 (CC3DMR 2016) at the Convensia, Incheon/Seoul, South Korea during the 20 th - 24 th June On behalf of the Organizing Committees of CC3DMR 2016, we would like to express our sincere welcome to all the participants of this international meeting on diverse research fields. Especially, we are very grateful to those distinguished invited, oral and poster speakers for joining from nearly 30 countries including Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, United State of America and South Korea. This international conference of CC3DMR series was first organized in 2011 and has been annually hosted by the CC3DMR and Kwangwoon University. The aim of this conference is collaboratively and internationally to discuss the worldwide state-of-the-art of 3D and Materials technologies. For this purpose, over 200 distinguished experts on 3D and materials research are invited all over the world. The CC3DMR has been already grown up to be the renowned global meeting on 3D and Materials research both in name and reality judging from the numbers of speakers and attending countries as well as the quality of the presented talks and papers. For all of us, it is an invaluable chance to share and exchange opinions and discuss future directions and strategies for further development of 3D and materials science and technology together with internationally renowned experts. We believe that this international meeting of CC3DMR 2016 will be a very precious opportunity in sharing and exchanging the recent development of 3D and material technologies as well as discussing the future trend. We are also confident that this meeting will be most rewarding and will be a good success. V

7 Welcome to the CC3DMR 2016 Lastly, we would like to extend our sincere regards to the internationally renowned invited speakers, participants of this collaborative meeting and all the related personals for preparing this momentous meeting. Especially, we would like to express our deep appreciation to Prof. Jihoon Lee of Kwangwoon University for his continuing volunteer-ship, endeavors and sacrifices for organizing this wonderful international meeting. Once again, thank you all for your supports and dedications! Prof. Gregory Salamo Conference Chair of the CC3DMR 2016 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA Prof. Milko van der Boom Conference Co-chair of the CC3DMR 2016 Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel VI

8 CC3DMR June 2016 Incheon/Seoul, Korea CC3DMR 2016 Conference Schedule 19 June Sunday 20 June Monday 21 June Tuesday 22 June Wednesday 23 June Thursday 24 June Friday On-site Registration, 2:00-5:00 PM (Carried on between at the registration desk) Full day oral presentations, 9.30 AM - 5:00 PM Poster Session from 5:30 PM Conference Reception from 6:00 PM - (Wine reception with buffet & live music show) Full day oral presentations, 9.30 AM - 5:00 PM Musical performance, from 7:20 PM PM (BIBAP at Tribowl, Tickets covered) Full day oral presentations, 9.30 AM - 5:00 PM Conference Banquet from 6:00PM Welcoming & congratulatory addresses Intro Session: Korean Spirit and Culture Series (Buffet with wine & live music show) Full day oral presentations, 9.30 AM - 5:00 PM All Day Tour, 08:00 AM 06:00 PM (Transportation, tickets & lunch covered) VII

9 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 1 (Monday 20 June) Room 107 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10:00 1 Say Chye Joachim LOO 10:00-10:30 3 Jae Woong Yoon Chair: Yingying Zong 10:30-11:00 Session Break Nanotheranostics and Nanotoxicology The Nexus of Nano & Bio Guided-mode resonance nanophotonics: Review and applications Chair: Say Chye Joachim LOO 11:00-11:30 5 Sang-Yup Lee 11:30-12:00 7 Chang-Dong Yeo Applications of Biomimetic Bolaamphiphile Molecules in Catalysis and Energy Harvesting Molecular Dynamics (MD) Modeling and Simulation to Investigate Bonding Preference of Outgassed Hydrocarbon Molecules to Lubricated and Bare Carbon Surfaces 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Xucai Yu 14:00-14:30 9 Timur Shegai 14:30-15:00 12 Judy Wu 15:00-15:30 14 Zonghoon Lee Plasmonic nanoantennas for manipulating optics at nanoscale Controlling Interfaces in Photonic and Plasmonic Carbon Nanostructure Optoelectronics: Towards High Performance and Low Cost Atomic-scale Dynamics of Defect Formation in 2D Materials 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Timur Shegai 16:00-16:30 15 Shih-Shuo Tung All-in-Focus and Depth from A Defocus Image 16:30-17:00 17 Xucai Yu Optical industry profile measurement based on laser lockin imaging 17:30-18:00 Poster Session (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) 18:00- Night Conference Reception (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 VIII

10 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 1 (Monday 20 June) Room 108 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10:00 18 Yongli Gao Chair: Hiroshi Fukuoka Interface Formation and Surface Degradation of Trihalide Perovskite Materials 10:00-10:30 19 Yoichi Okimoto Photonic phase control in cobalt perovskite 10:30-10:45 21 Yu-Yun Pan First-Principles Study on Electronic Structures of FAPbX3 (X = Cl, Br, I) Hybrid Perovskites 10:45-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11:30 22 Hiroshi Fukuoka 11:30-12:00 24 Serena A. Corr 12:00-12:30 26 Gabriel Luiz Cruz de Souza Chair: Yongli Gao 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14:30 27 Stuart H. Taylor 14:30-15:00 30 Tetsuo Tsuchiya 15:00-15:30 32 Yu-Chiang Chao Structure and Electrical Properties of Ge-substituted Rhodium and Cobalt Antimony Skutterudites Probing the structure and dynamics of nanomaterials for battery applications Probing electron scattering cross sections for molecules of technological importance Chair: Yousuke Ooyama 15:30-16:00 Session Break 16:00-16:30 33 Yousuke Ooyama 16:30-17:00 35 Tooru Tanaka Catalyst discovery using preparation by supercritical antisolvent precipitation: Georgite as a precursor for highly active copper zinc oxide catalysts Fabrication of the Flexible Oxide Films by Photo-Induced Chemical Solution Process The control of crystallinity in polymer and perovskite solar cells Chair: Yu-Chiang Chao Photovoltaic Performance of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Based on Diphenylamino-Carbazole Substituted BODIPY Dyes ZnTeO-based multiple band gap semiconductors for intermediate band solar cells 17:30-18:00 Poster Session (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) 18:00- Night Conference Reception (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 IX

11 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 1 (Monday 20 June) Room 109 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Shlomo Berger 09:30-10:00 38 Young L. Kim Biogenic light trapping in natural fibers toward scalable photocatalysis 10:00-10:30 40 Xue Jiang Bottom-up design of 2D organic photocatalysts for visible-light driven hydrogen evolution 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11:30 41 Shlomo Berger 11:30-12:00 42 Yong Soo Cho Chair: Young L. Kim Formation and Characterization of Dielectric nano- Crystals for Highly Sensitive Pyroelectric Thermal Detectors Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Performance of Nanofiber Composites 12:00-12:30 43 Andrew Grimsdale New Materials for charge storage applications 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14:30 44 Tetsuya Yamamoto 14:30-15:00 47 Satoshi Okuma 15:00-15:30 49 Tsofar Maniv Chair: Rolf Lortz 15:30-16:00 Session Break High-Hall-mobility transparent conductive oxide films: Key factors limiting carrier transport for wide applications Non-equilibrium Transitions in Driven Vortex Matter of Amorphous Superconducting Films Self-consistent Bogoliubov-de Gennes theory of strong type-ii superconductivity in 2D electron systems at high magnetic fields. Chair: Tetsuya Yamamoto 16:00-16:30 51 Rolf Lortz Large gap, a pseudogap and proximity effect in the Bi2Te3/Fe1+yTe interfacial superconductor 16:30-17:00 52 Masaru Aniya Evaluation of Grüneisen Parameters of Ionic Conductors 17:30-18:00 Poster Session (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) 18:00- Night Conference Reception (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 X

12 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 1 (Monday 20 June) Room 110 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Thuat T. Trinh 09:30-10:00 53 Hiroshi Watanabe Practical Modeling of floating nanodot with no fitting parameter in Device Simulation 10:00-10:30 56 Masahiko Higuchi Energy band structures of the crystalline silicon immersed in the magnetic field 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11:30 58 Thuat T. Trinh 11:30-12:00 59 Shohei Watabe Chair: Hiroshi Watanabe The Small System Method To Compute Thermodynamic Data For 3D And 2D System Many-body theory of an interacting Bose-Einstein condensate at finite temperatures 12:00-12:30 60 Rongshan Qin 3D Visual Analyse of Materials Processing 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Lan-Chang Liang 14:00-14:30 62 Ifat Kaplan-Ashiri SEM beyond imaging in situ SEM experiments 14:30-15:00 63 Salvador Pane i Vidal 15:00-15:30 65 Yan Jun Li 15:30-15:45 68 Quanzhen Zhang 15:45-16:00 Session Break 16:00-16:30 70 Lan-Chang Liang 16:30-17:00 71 Johann Faccelo Osma Cruz Magnetically Guided Micro- and Nanomachines Investigation of Pd nanoparticles on Al2O3/NiAl(110) under CO gas by AFM/ KPFM Systematic Control of the Size, Density and Configuration of Pt Nanostructures on Sapphire (0001) by the Variation of Deposition Amount and Dwelling Time Chair: Ifat Kaplan-Ashiri Synthesis of well-defined 3D printing and biocompatible polymers by living ring-opening polymerization Continuous stereolithographic bottom-up 3D printing by means of a liquid-liquid interface for manufacturing functionalized polymeric films 17:30-18:00 Poster Session (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) 18:00- Night Conference Reception (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XI

13 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 1 (Monday 20 June) Room 111 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Paz Vaqueiro 09:30-10:00 72 Eddie Cussen Solid State Lithium Conduction and Disorder in Complex Oxides 10:00-10:30 73 Hisashi Kitami Control of the ratio of incident flux of ions to neutral species onto substrates to achieve high-carrier-mobility transparent conductive oxide films deposited by a highgrowth-rate Reactive Plasma Deposition 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11:30 77 Paz Vaqueiro 11:30-12:00 79 Anthony V. Powell 12:00-12:30 82 Helmut Baumgart Chair: Eddie Cussen 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14:30 85 Reshef Tenne 14:30-15:00 86 Junichi Kurawaki 15:00-15:30 88 Shoko Kume Layered oxychalcogenides as promising thermoelectric materials Thermoelectric Materials for Energy Harvesting from Waste Heat Advances in Thermoelectric Materials with Improved Figure of Merit Chair: Masahiko Kondow 15:30-16:00 Session Break 16:00-16:30 90 Masahiko Kondow 16:30-17:00 92 Yasufumi Fujiwara Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like nanoparticles at the crossroad between materials science and nanotechnology and their applications Development of Novel Synthetic Method of Glucose- Binding Silver Nanoparticles and Biosensing Applications On-metal Framing of Organic-contact Cathode with High Proton Reduction Activity Chair: Reshef Tenne Stimulated emission from photonic crystal cavity with AlOx cladding layer Enhanced red emission from Eu ions embedded in a GaN resonant optical microcavity 17:30-18:00 Poster Session (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) 18:00- Night Conference Reception (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XII

14 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 2 (Tuesday 21 June) Room 107 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Nikolai Perov 09:30-10:00 96 Klaus Muller- Buschbaum Luminescent N-functionalized MOFs and Coordination Networks for Novel Sensing Applications and Lighting 10:00-10:30 99 Jwohuei Jou Good light based on candlelight OLED 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Klaus Muller-Buschbaum 11:00-11: Nikolai Perov 11:30-12: Bingwu Wang 12:00-12: Masaki Nakano Ferromagnetic nanoparticles in topochemical transformations Theoretical Studies on the Slow Magnetic Relaxation of Single-Molecule Magnets PLD-fabricated Nd-Fe-B thick-film magnets deposited on Si substrates 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Omar F. Mohammed 14:00-14: Hagay Shpaisman Directed Formation By Optical And Acoustic Forces 14:30-15: Michael F. Herman An Approximate Semiclassical Method that Uses Real Valued Trajectories for Time Dependent Tunneling Calculations 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Hagay Shpaisman 16:00-16: :30-17: Omar F. Mohammed Hani E. Elsayed- Ali Mapping Carrier Dynamics on Material Surfaces in Space and Time using 4D Electron Microscopy Ultrafast electron diffraction studies of lattice dynamics of femtosecond laser-excited bismuth and antimony nanoparticles and thin films 19:20-21:00 Evening Activity (BIBAP at Tribowl) CC3DMR 2016 XIII

15 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 2 (Tuesday 21 June) Room 108 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Yonglai Lu 10:00-10: Yusheng Shi Chair: Takeo Hyodo 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11: Takeo Hyodo Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced Rubber Composites and Their Promising Application in High Performance Tires Polymer based composites for selective laser sintering additive manufacturing Chair: Yonglai Lu Development of gas sensors by utilizing well-developed porous materials 11:30-12: Yoke Leng Sim Nanoporous Biomaterials in Uremic Toxin Adsorption 12:00-12: Yingwei Zhang 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Controllable construction of mesoscopic DNA pattern by combining precise magnetic manipulation and DNA-driven assembly Chair: Yiliang Liao 14:00-14: Gladius Lewis 14:30-15: Hideo Kaiju 15:00-15: Asif Mahmood Use of magnesium-based alloys for stents: current status and future research directions Large magnetocapacitance effect in magnetic tunnel junctions at room temperature Magnetic and photocatalytic response of Ag-doped ZnFeO nano-composites for photocatalytic degradation of reactive dyes in aqueous solution 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Gladius Lewis 16:00-16: Yiliang Liao 16:30-17: Yasuya Nakayama The mechanisms of thermal engineered laser shock peening for enhanced fatigue performance Strain Mode of General Flow: Characterization and Implications for Flow Pattern Structures 19:20-21:00 Evening Activity (BIBAP at Tribowl) CC3DMR 2016 XIV

16 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 2 (Tuesday 21 June) Room 109 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Akira Ishibashi 09:30-10: Seong Jin Koh Cold-Electron Transport at Room Temperature: Toward Ultralow Energy Consumption Electronics 10:00-10: Huizhen Wu CdTe/PbTe heterostructure: A new 2DEG system 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Seong Jin Koh 11:00-11: E Rusli 11:30-12: Akira Ishibashi 12:00-12: Takefumi Kamioka Thin film Silicon Nanowire/PEDOT:PSS Hybrid Solar Cells with Surface Treatment Multi-striped Orthogonal Photon-Photocarrier- Propagation Solar Cells (MOP3SC) with Redirection Waveguide Next generation of high-efficient heterojunction crystalline silicon solar cells 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Q. Jane Wang 14:00-14: Hong Wang 14:30-15: Fredrik Karlsson 15:00-15: Ching-Ling Hsu Analysis of Interface Thermal Stability of High-k ZrO2 on GaN and AlGaN InGaN quantum dots on GaN micropyramids for polarized photon emission Temperature-dependent morphology of annealed gold films on silicon surfaces 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Hong Wang 16:00-16: Q. Jane Wang 16:30-17: Yu Yang Additive Manufacturing and Investigation of Novel Grooved Micro Heat Pipes Durable and Efficient Packing Materials for Green Subcritical Water Chromatography 19:20-21:00 Evening Activity (BIBAP at Tribowl) CC3DMR 2016 XV

17 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 2 (Tuesday 21 June) Room 110 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Manohar Kumar 09:30-10: Katsuhiko Higuchi Pair-Density Functional Theory for Superconductors 10:00-10: Masayuki Hashisaka Fractional Quasiparticles in a Local Quantum Hall System 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Masayuki Hashisaka 11:00-11: Manohar Kumar 11:30-12: Beat Braem 12:00-12: Makoto Sakurai Breakdown of quantum Hall effect in graphene: Noise studies Local Investigations in the Fractional Quantum Hall Regime using Scanning Gate Microscopy Toward quantum bit generation using single highly charged ion implantation 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Alejandro Gomez Roca 14:00-14: Yujun Shi 14:30-15: Yasuhiro Sugawara 15:00-15: Mao Sui Growth of Crystalline Metal Carbides on the Catalyst Surface in Hot Wire Chemical Vapor Deposition Atomic-scale Imaging of Electronic Properties of the Surface by Electrostatic Force Microscopy Evolution of Pd Nanostructures on c-plane Sapphire by the Control of Annealing Temperature and Duration 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Yujun Shi 16:00-16: Alejandro Gomez Roca 16:30-17: Hémadi Miryana Magneto-Plasmonic Nanostructures for Theranostic Applications Magnetic nanoparticles for drug internalization by the iron-acquisition pathway 19:20-21:00 Evening Activity (BIBAP at Tribowl) CC3DMR 2016 XVI

18 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 2 (Tuesday 21 June) Room 111 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Hendrik Heinz 09:30-10: W.G. van der Wiel Evolution of a designless nanoparticle network into reconfigurable Boolean Logic 10:00-10: Nobuhiko Nakano On-Chip Nonvolatile Memory for Standalone System using 0.18 μm Standard CMOS Technology 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11: Hendrik Heinz Chair: W.G. van der Wiel Understanding Molecular Recognition and Assembly at Biological-Inorganic Interfaces to Engineer New Functional Materials: Catalysts, Sensors, and Biominerals 11:30-12: Phillip Choi Molecular Dynamics Study of Diffusion in Polymers 12:00-12: Kuan-Syun Wang 12:15-12: Jeongsik Yun 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14: Masayoshi Higuchi 14:30-15: Yasufumi Enami 15:00-15: Takeharu Haino Magnetic Two-Dimensional Nanosheets for Rapid Separation of Water Pollutants How simple are the models of Na intercalation in aqueous media? Chair: Zerihun Assefa 15:30-16:00 Session Break 16:00-16: Zerihun Assefa 16:30-17: Tomoyasu Hirai Electrochromic Devices with Metallo-Supramolecular Polymers High Speed Electro-Optic Polymer/TiO2 Vertical Slot Waveguide Modulators Development of Supramolecular Polymers based on Unique Molecular Recognition Motifs Chair: Masayoshi Higuchi The designing of coordination polymers consisting of latetransition metals and lanthanide ions for luminescence enhancement Preparation of Polymer with Perylenediimide Side Chain and Characterization of Its Nanostructure 19:20-21:00 Evening Activity (BIBAP at Tribowl) CC3DMR 2016 XVII

19 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 3 (Wednesday 22 June) Room 107 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Yong Hyub Won 09:30-10: Osman Bakr Hybrid Perovskite Single Crystals: Properties, Growth Design, and Device Applications 10:00-10: Jhinhwan Lee Atomic scale visualization of topological dynamics of plaquette antiferromagnetic order and interfacial phonons in tetragonal FeAs layer encapsulated in perovskite layers using spin-polarized STM 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Osman Bakr 11:00-11: Yong Hyub Won 11:30-12: Hiroyuki Takagi Multiview 3D Display Using Varifocal Lenticular Liquid Lens Array Three-dimensional Magneto-optic Spatial Light Modulator Composed of Artificial Magnetic Lattice 12:00-12: HuiChi Chen Three-dimensional holographic optical tweezers 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Yo Sung Ho 14:00-14: Lambertus Hesselink 14:30-15: Samuel Choi 15:00-15: Kohei SOGA Novel 3D Differential Phase Contrast Imaging System 3D Tomographic Measurement of Interior Surface Vibrations in Thick Biological Tissues Using Multifrequency Sweepable Optical Comb Application of Rare-Earth Doped Ceramics for Transparent Imaging Devices 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Lambertus Hesselink 16:00-16: Yo Sung Ho 16:30-17: Norio Tagawa Analysis of 3D Reconstruction System Using Hand-held RGB-D Camera Selection of Consecutive Two Frames for Shape from Random Camera Motions 18:00- Night Conference Banquet (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XVIII

20 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 3 (Wednesday 22 June) Room 108 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Yasushi Morita 10:00-10: Leon L. Shaw Chair: Charles H. Patterson 10:30-11:00 Session Break Molecular Spin Battery Composed of Air-stable Neutral Radicals and Graphite Enhancing the Capacitive Energy Storage of Activated Carbon through Mechanical Activation Chair: Yasushi Morita 11:00-11: Charles H. Patterson 11:30-12: Masashi Hasegawa 12:00-12: Ming-Yu Li Au at the Si(111) surface: silicene and Au nanowires probed by optical spectroscopy Ultra-High Pressure Synthesis, Stability, Physical Properties and Electronic Structure of Nitrogen-rich Transition Metal Nitrides Evolution of Configuration and Size of Self-assembled Pt Nanoparticles on Sapphire (0001) Controled with a Systematic Varation of thermal treatment 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Jong-in Hahm 14:00-14: Akira Yamakata 14:30-15: Giwan Yoon Behavior of Photogenerated Electrons and Holes on Anatase and Rutile TiO2 Powders Piezoelectric ZnO Thin Films & Their Application for Micro Energy Harvesting Devices 15:00-15: Edgar Knobloch Soft Matter Quasicrystals in Two and Three Dimensions 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Akira Yamakata 16:00-16: Jong-in Hahm 16:30-17: Liqiang Wang Fundamental Study of Nanoscale Protein-Polymer Interactions and Potential Contributions to Solid-state Protein Nanoarrays Microstructural characteristics and mechanical properties of biomedical titanium alloy during friction stir processing 18:00- Night Conference Banquet (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XIX

21 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 3 (Wednesday 22 June) Room 109 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Kenta Arima 09:30-10: Werner Karl Schomburg Ultrasonic fabrication of microfluidic systems from thermoplastic polymers 10:00-10: Guy Makov Thermodynamic properties from ab-initio calculations Ti and other case studies 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Werner Karl Schomburg 11:00-11: Kenta Arima 11:30-12: Gerhard Eder Ion Segregation in Deliquesced Droplets of Alkali Halide Nanocrystals on SiO2 Approached by both Surface Science Techniques and Electrical Characteristics On the Existence of Stable Clusters in Polymer Melts: Consequences for Nucleation under Processing Conditions 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Gyungsu Byun 14:00-14: Minoru Sasaki 14:30-15: Juan Wu 15:00-15: Li-Hsin Chan 3D devices realized by photolithography using spray coating of photoresist 4d Imaging of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Cathodes by Scanning Transmission X-Ray Microscopy Effect of Side Chains on Photovoltaic Performance of Two-Dimensional Conjugated Copolymers 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Minoru Sasaki 16:00-16: Gyungsu Byun Energy-efficient I/O Interface and Clock Distribution for 3D-stacked Mobile Devices 16:30-17: Kyeong-Sik Min Memristor crossbars for pattern recognition 18:00- Night Conference Banquet (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XX

22 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 3 (Wednesday 22 June) Room 110 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Aliaksandr S. Bandarenka 10:00-10: Ghazanfar Abbas Chair: Louisa Meshi 10:30-11:00 Session Break 11:00-11: Louisa Meshi 11:30-12: Yuanfei Han 12:00-12: Yingying Zong Design of improved electrocatalysts for energy provision Electrochemical Study of Nano-composite Anode for Energy Conversion Applications (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell) Chair: Guy Makov 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14: Masao Nagase 14:30-15: Kibog Park Structure determination of aluminides applying state of the art electron crystallography methods Fabrication and characterization of laminated titanium matrix composite Research on the Elastic-Plastic Deformation Mechanism of Ti-H System Chair: Alok Shukla Single-crystal graphene growth on SiC by infrared rapid thermal annealing Epitaxial Graphene Grown on Hexagonal SiC at Reduced Temperature with Mo-Plate Capping: Crystallinity and Carrier Transport 15:00-15: Monica Craciun High quality graphene for advanced applications 15:30-15: Zong Han Lu 15:45-16:00 Session Break 16:00-16: Iddo Amit 16:15-16: Po Chen Wu 16:30-17: Alok Shukla Graphene oxidation fabricated by low damage atmospheric pressure plasma treatments Chair: Masao Nagase Controlling and Probing the Band-Gap of Graphene and Graphene-Related Materials Edges of Graphene Nanoribbons Healed by Low Damage Plasma Treatment for Future Nanoelectronic Devices Theory of Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of Graphene Nanodisks 18:00- Night Conference Banquet (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XXI

23 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 3 (Wednesday 22 June) Room 111 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Kuei-Fang Hsu 10:00-10: Fan Weijun Chair: Rebecca Cheung 10:30-11:00 Session Break New Nonlinear Optical Materials of Metal Chalcogenides with Promising SHG Signals Electrical and optical properties of GaAsNBi/GaAs quantum wells Chair: Kuei-Fang Hsu 11:00-11: Rebecca Cheung Micro-resonator devices and systems 11:30-12: Dao Hua Zhang Split ring resonators from Infrared to UV range 12:00-12: Toshihiro Okamoto Split-ring resonator metamaterial fabricated by nanosphere lithography 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Huaming Li 14:00-14: Imane Khalil 14:30-15: Qi-Huo Wei 15:00-15: Qing-Hua Xu Uncertainty Quantification using Polynomial Chaos Expansion in Numerical Simulations of Spent Nuclear Fuel Assemblies Plasmonic Photopatterning of Topological Defects in Liquid Crystals as Templates for Directed Colloidal Assembly Plasmon Enhanced Two-photon Photoluminescence of Metal nanoparticles 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Qi-Huo Wei 16:00-16: Huaming Li 16:30-17: Song-You Hong Thermodynamic properties by Equation of state of liquid sodium under pressure A new atmospheric model with a cubed-sphere grid for numerical weather prediction 18:00- Night Conference Banquet (Ballroom in Convensia, 2F) CC3DMR 2016 XXII

24 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 4 (Thursday 23 June) Room 108 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Choon Young Lee 09:30-10: Kensuke Naka Element-Block Polymers Based on T8-caged Silsesquioxanes 10:00-10: Yun Yan Electrostatic self-assembly: Possibilities to retain the porphyrin monomer properties in aggregates 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Kensuke Naka 11:00-11: Choon Young Lee Dendritic macromolecular antioxidants 11:30-12: Yongchang Han 12:00-12: Fatang Liu Molecular photoassociation and photodissociation dynamics by femtosecond lasers Robust Superhydrophobic Sponge with Excellent Anti- Icing Properties 12:15-12: Chen Ning Facile Fabrication of ultralight foams 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break 14:00-14: Xiangyu Quan 14:30-15: Yoonchan Jeong 15:00-15: Masaharu Oshima 15:30-15: Shao-Chieh Weng Chair: Masaharu Oshima 15:45-16:00 Session Break Application of a dual-excitation multi-modal digital holographic microscope to biological imaging On the Coherence Characteristics of Fiber-Based Noise- Like Pulsed Laser Sources Soft X-ray Resonant, Nano and Operando Spectroscopy for Lithium Ion Batteries Synthesis of MnOx/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite as a negative electrode for lithium-ion battery Chair: Yoonchan Jeong 16:00-16: Pei Wenli 16:30-17: Puran Pandey Synthesis of one dimensional FePt nanomaterials under high magnetic field Fabrication and evolution of various configuration and size of Pt nanostructures on GaN (0001): Voids, Hillocks, Nanoparticles, Nanoclusters, Porous Pt Network and Porous GaN CC3DMR 2016 XXIII

25 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 4 (Thursday 23 June) Room 109 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Bing Yan 10:00-10: Wenzhi Li Chair: Kenneth K.W. Kwan 10:30-11:00 Session Break A Systematic Exploration of Nano-Bio Interactions: the Story of Carbon Nanotubes Electrochemical Lithiation of Individual Cobalt Sulfide Nanowire-filled Carbon Nanotube Chair: Bing Yan 11:00-11: Kenneth K.W. Kwan The Electrochemical Actuation of Nanoporous Nickel 11:30-11: Chin-Fung Su 12:00-12: Chia-Wei Chang Electrochemical Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of detecting Endocrine disruptor chemicals Exfoliation of MoS2 via Sonication and Examination of MoS2 Nanosheets 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Niklas Hedin 14:00-14: Alexander Brown New Phosphorescent Materials: Insights from Computational Chemistry 14:30-15: Charles Jaffe Transition States: The Geometry of Reaction Dynamics 15:00-15: Masatomo Yashima Precise Structure Analysis of Materials for Energy and Environment 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Alexander Brown 16:00-16: Niklas Hedin 16:30-16: Qin Yan Microporous polymers for CO2 capture and heterogeneous catalysis Preparation of UV cured long fiber reinforced polymer films and Study on its laminate properties CC3DMR 2016 XXIV

26 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 4 (Thursday 23 June) Room 110 Time Page Speaker Talk Title 09:30-10: Hiroshi Okamoto 10:00-10: Andreas Fissel Chair: Toshihiro Nakamura 10:30-11:00 Session Break Self-organized nanostructure formation of III-V and grope IV semiconductors by using bismuth Si twinning superlattices on atomically flat mesas: Epitaxial growth and electrical characterization Chair: Hiroshi Okamoto 11:00-11: Toshihiro Nakamura 11:30-12: Kazuaki Akaiwa 12:00-12: Masatomo Yashima Impedance spectroscopic study on metal-manganite interfaces exhibiting resistance switching Conductivity Control of Sn-Doped Coruncum-Structured Ga2O3 Films on Sapphire Novel Oxide-Ion Conductors based on a New Structure Family NdBaInO4 12:30-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Fei Zeng 14:00-14: Koichi Yamaguchi 14:30-14: Yu-Shan Su Fabrication of Ultrahigh-Density GaAsSb/InAsSb Quantum Dots and Their Photovoltaic Applications Comparison of YPO4: Tb 3+, Yb 3+ and YVO4: Tb 3+, Yb 3+ Phosphors as Quantum Cutting by Cooperative Energy Transfer from Visible Light to Near Infrared emission 14:45-15: Yuan-Liang Zhong Triangular MoS2 Transistor 15:00-15: Pooi See Lee Flexible and Stretchable Conductors for Electrochemical Energy Conversion Devices 15:30-16:00 Session Break Chair: Koichi Yamaguchi 16:00-16: Fei Zeng Ion dependent frequency filtering and learning of semiconducting polymer/electrolyte composite 16:30-17:00 4 Yilong HAN Melting and Premelting of Colloidal Crystals CC3DMR 2016 XXV

27 Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) June 2016 Songdo DAY 4 (Thursday 23 June) Room 111 Time Page Speaker Talk Title Chair: Masato Sone 09:30-10: Norio Kawakami Many-body proximity effects in f-electron superlattices 10:00-10: Philip Pong Spintronic Sensors, Internet of Things, and Smart Living 10:30-11:00 Session Break Chair: Norio Kawakami 11:00-11: Masato Sone 11:30-12: ZhiJun Liu Nanoscale Wiring by Cu Electrodeposition in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Emulsified Electrolyte toward 3D Integrated Circuits Composite Right/Left-Handed Transmission-line Metamaterials in the Mid-IR Region 12:00-12: Sharif Iqbal Mitu Sheikh Novel Magnetically Tunable Microstrip Antenna 12:15-14:00 Lunch Break Chair: Katharine Moore Tibbetts 14:00-14: Katharine Moore Tibbetts Controlling the size and shape of uncapped Au nanostructures with femtosecond laser-assisted synthesis 14:30-15: Hong Li 15:00-15: Sundar Kunwar 15:15-15: Changjun Han Void shrinking and interfacial grain boundary migration in the diffusion bonding of 1Cr11Ni2W2MoV steel Configuration, size and density evolution of Pd nanostructures on sapphire (0001) by the control of deposition amount at various annealing temperature Preparation and characterization of pure titanium/hydroxyapatite nanocomposties manufactured via selective laser melting CC3DMR 2016 XXVI

28 (Room 107) 20 June 2016, 09:30-10:00 AM Nanotheranostics and Nanotoxicology The Nexus of Nano & Bio Say Chye Joachim LOO 1,2 1 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 2 Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Abstract Nanotechnology has found its presence in many industries and applications, and one such promising application is in the biomedical arena. It has been exploited for the development of nanotheranostics, for drug delivery [1] and bioimaging purposes [2]. For example, drug delivery in the form of nanomedicine utilizes nano-sized particles to transport and release pharmaceutical compound into the body, to achieve the most desirable therapeutic outcome and in the safest possible manner. In this presentation, we will focus on how nanotechnology can be applied for nanotheranostics, i.e. drug delivery and bioimaging. The scope will be on the use of bottom-up approaches to develop various types of particles, and how these can be modified for targeted, controlled and sustained release of drugs in orthopedic [3], geriatric [4], and oncologic [5] applications. We will also review how multi-layered and hollow particles are currently developed to deliver multiple drugs and bioimaging probes [6] (Figure 1). At the same time, this presentation would also review the toxicological responses of some nanomaterial candidates, and how this would translate to developing safer nano-materials for biomedical applications (Figure 2). Fig 1. Ultrasmall nanocrystals with dual-modal bioimaging capabilities. [6] 1

29 Fig 2. Studying the cytotoxicity of ZnO nanoparticles and through the knowledge design safer nanoparticles. [7] Referernces 1. S.J. Xiong, X.X. Zhao, B.C. Heng, K.W. Ng, S.C.J. Loo, Biotechnology Journal 6, 501 (2011). 2. Y. Zhou, W.B. Pei, X. Hu, W.Q. Chen, J.S. Wu, C. Yao, L. Huang, H. Zhang, W. Huang, S.C.J. Loo, Q.C. Zhang, Biomaterials 54, 34 (2015). 3. K. Bastari, M. Arshath, Z.H.M. Ng, J.H. Chia, Z.X.D. Yow, B. Sana, M.F.C. Tan, S. Lim, S.C.J. Loo. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 25, 747 (2014). 4. P.X. Wee, W.L. Lee, S.C.J. Loo. Journal of Materials Chemistry B 1, 1090 (2013). 5. W.L. Lee, W.M. Guo, V. Ho, A. Saha, H.C. Chong, N.S. Tan, E.Y. Tan, S.C.J. Loo. Acta Biomaterialia 27, 53 (2015). 6. G.K. Das, Y. Zhang, L. D Silva, P. Padmanabhan, B.C. Heng, S.C.J. Loo, S.T. Selvan, K.K. Bhakoo, T.T.Y. Tan. Chemistry of Materials 23, 2439 (2011). 7. K.W. Ng, P.K.S. Khoo, B.C. Heng, M.I. Setyawati, E.C. Tan, X.X. Zhao, S.J. Xiong, W.R. Fang, D.T. Leong, S.C.J. Loo. Biomaterials 32, 8218 (2011). 2

30 (Room 107) 20 June 2016, 10:00-10:30 AM Guided-mode resonance nanophotonics: Review and applications Jae Woong Yoon 1 and Robert Magnusson 2 1 Department of Physics, Hanyang University, Seoul , Korea 2 Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19016, Arlington, Texas 76019, USA Abstract We review nanophotonic device technology grounded in fundamental electromagnetic resonance effects in subwavelength or near-wavelength periodic thin films [1,2]. We present the physics behind resonance device operation, illustrate their design with rigorous methods, discuss fabrication processes, and present results of physical and spectral characterization. We indicate the application potential of this field, discuss some past device examples, and provide new and emerging aspects. In particular, we present new wideband resonant reflectors designed with gratings in which the grating ridges are matched to an identical material thereby eliminating local reflections and phase changes [3]. A single-layer reflector thus fashioned achieves a record 700-nm bandwidth at 99% reflectance. Resonance elements functioning as simultaneous spectral and focus-free spatial filters are introduced and substantiated with computed and experimental results that are in excellent agreement [4]. Single-layer bandpass filters [5,6] are presented and compared to their classic multilayer counterparts. An example bandpass filter with narrow transmission band made with a single periodic layer compares in functionality to a classic Bragg stack with ~30 layers. New concepts for unpolarized reflectors with wide bandwidths are demonstrated experimentally [7]. Other applications including laser mirrors, biosensors, solar-cell absorption enhancement, tunable filters, narrowband nanoelectromechanical display pixels, nonlinear conversion, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, slow-light control, leaky-mode nanoplasmonics, resonant Rayleigh reflectors, etc. have been suggested in the past. The compact nature and high-efficiency operation of this device class renders attendant technology particularly interesting for terrestrial as well as space applications where minimal, robust, lightweight, and integration-friendly devices are desired [8]. The guided-mode resonance concept applies in all spectral regions, from the visible band to the microwave domain, with available low-loss materials. Referernces 1. Y. Ding and R. Magnusson, Opt. Express, 12, 5661 (2004). 2. J. W. Yoon, and R. Magnusson, Opt. Express 21, (2013). 3. R. Magnusson, Opt. Lett., 39, 4337 (2014). 4. M. Niraula, J. W. Yoon, and R. Magnusson, Opt. Express 23, (2015). 5. M. Niraula, J. W. Yoon, and R. Magnusson, Opt. Express 22, (2014) 6. M. Niraula, J. W. Yoon, and R. Magnusson, Opt. Lett. 40, 5062 (2015). 7. M. Niraula and R. Magnusson, arxiv: (2016). 8. J. W. Yoon, K. J. Lee, and R. Magnusson, Opt. Express, 23, (2015). 3