For eight decades, the Device Research Conference (DRC) has brought together leading scientists, researchers and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. Notably, many of the first public disclosures of key device technologies were made at the DRC. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the DRC—the longest running device research meeting in the world. As we commemorate this meeting, the high-caliber technical sessions will be highlighted by plenary talks and invited talks by international research pioneers and leaders behind modern electronic technology.

The 2022 Conference will feature:

  • Informative, timely short courses in rapidly developing fields
  • Oral and poster presentations on electronic/photonic device experiments and simulations
  • Plenary and invited presentations given by worldwide leaders
  • Evening "rump" sessions
  • Strong student participation and Student Paper Awards

DRC is held in coordination with the Electronic Materials Conference (EMC), which occurs the same week, from June 22-24. This recognizes the strong interaction between device and electronic materials research and provides fruitful exchanges of information between attendees of both Conferences.  For information on the 64th Electronic Materials Conference, please visit the EMC 2022 website.

   
   

General Chair

Becky (R.L.) Peterson
University of Michigan

Technical Program Chair

Gregg Jessen
BAE Systems

Technical Program Vice-Chair

Huili (Grace) Xing
Cornell University

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