International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors

International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors
AbbreviationICNS
DisciplineMaterials Science Solid State Physics Electronic Engineering
Publication details
PublisherWiley-VCH Physica Status Solidi
History1995–
FrequencyBiennial
The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow, venue for ICNS-9

The International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors (ICNS) is a major academic conference and exhibition in the field of group III nitride research. It has been held biennially since 1995. Since the second conference in 1997, hosting of the event has rotated between the Asian, European and North American continents. The ICNS and the International Workshop on Nitride Semiconductors (IWN) are held in alternating years, both covering similar subject areas.

ICNS-9 was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow, Scotland, on 10–15 July 2011. Keynote speakers included Professor Umesh Mishra (University of California Santa Barbara and Transphorm) and Professor Hiroshi Amano (Meijo University, Nagoya). ICNS-10 was held in Washington, D.C., United States on 25–30 August 2013, ICNS-11 was held in Beijing, China 30 August–4 September 2015 and ICNS-12 will take place in Strasbourg, France on 24–28 July 2017.

Conference list

Conference name Location Dates
ICNS-13[1] United States Bellevue, Washington, Seattle’s Eastside, United States 7–12 July 2019
ICNS-12[2] France Strasbourg, France 24–28 July 2017
ICNS-11[3] China Beijing, China 30 August – 4 September 2015
ICNS-10[4] United States Washington D.C., United States 25–30 August 2013
ICNS-9[5] United Kingdom Glasgow, UK 10–15 July 2011
ICNS-8[6] South Korea Jeju, Korea 18–23 October 2009
ICNS-7[7][8] United States Las Vegas, United States 16–21 September 2007
ICNS-6[9] Germany Bremen, Germany 28 August – 2 September 2005
ICNS-5[10] Japan Nara, Japan 25–30 May 2003
ICNS-4[11] United States Denver, United States 16–20 July 2001
ICNS-3[12] France Montpellier, France 4–9 July 1999
ICNS-2[13] Japan Tokushima, Japan 27–31 October 1997
TWN'95[14] Japan Nagoya, Japan 21–23 September 1995

See also

References

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  14. ^ Topical Workshop on III-V Nitrides

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