International Symposium on Future Trends of
Terahertz Semiconductor Technologies 2022
March 5th and 6th, 2022 in Kyoto, JAPAN
Kyoto University (Shiran Kaikan)
Recorded TST2022 symposium is open.
Please access [VIDEO] on the website
VIDEO page is password-protected.
The information on the password is described in an e-mail sent to participants.
Thank you for attending TST2022!
The symposium will be held in the hybrid style. On-site and remote lectures and video lectures will be presented in the zoom based system. Audience can attend on site and zoom distribution. Registration will start in late December.
Onsite-attendee Registration Deadline
Online-attendee Registration Deadline
December 20, 2021
February 20 February 28, 2022 [extended]
March 1 March 3, 2022 [extended]
March 5 - March 6, 2022
Tentative program is presented
Banquet is cancelled
Registration deadlines are extended
Video lectures are uploaded
[date of update]
February 03, 2022
February 18, 2022
February 20, 2022
April 06, 2022
This symposium will give a bird's-eye view of the current state of semiconductor technology related to electromagnetic waves in terahertz region and its applications, and discuss future trends. All speakers are invited speakers and plenary speakers. Sessions on trends in semiconductor devices, communication technology, sensing and imaging, and peripheral technologies will be set up, with a focus on invited lectures from leading researchers in the field. This will give us a perspective on future terahertz semiconductor technology with an eye on industrial development.
International Symposium on Future Trends of Terahertz Semiconductor Technologies 2022 (TST2022)
March 5 - 6, 2022, JST
Onsite: Shiran Kaikan, Kyoto University [Access]
Registration fee is free.
Conference banquets in Kyoto will be billed separately. [banquet is cancelled]
Irl Duling, Luna Innovations, Inc.
Hiromasa Ito, Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN)
Takuya Tsutsumi, NTT Device Technology Laboratories
Mikhail Belkin, Technical University of Munich
Keisuke Shinohara, Teledyne Scientific and Imaging
Aydin Babakhani, University of California at Los Angeles
Mohamed Eissa, Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics
Masahiro Asada, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Hiroshi Ito, Kitasato University
Hartmut Roskos, Goethe University Frankfurt
Mark Rodwell, University of California at Santa Barbara
Kenichi Okada, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Guillaume Ducournau, University of Lille
Ho-Jin Song, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
THz system and others
Daniel Mittleman, Brown University
Yoshinori Uzawa, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Withawat Withayachumnankul, The University of Adelaide
Jeffrey Hesler, Virginia Diodes, Inc.
Sensing and imaging
Martin Koch, Philipps University of Marburg
Chiko Otani, Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN)
Fabian Friederich, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM
Yuichi Ogawa, Kyoto University