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6 June (Day 1) JST
 

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16:00
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16:15

Opening Remarks

 

16:15
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18:30

Session I-01:Plenary

[Chair] Satoshi Koizumi

 

I-01-1 (45 min)

The gemstone to semiconductor transformation of diamond

*Christoph E. Nebel1,2 (1.Diamond and Carbon Applications, Freiburg, Germany, 2. Kanazawa University, Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa, Japan)

I-01-2 (45 min)

Heteroepitaxial Growth of Diamond on Ir (Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow)

Atsuhito Sawabe1 (1.Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan))

I-01-3 (45 min)

Current status and prospects of diamond quantum sensors

*Mutsuko Hatano1(1. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan))

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7 June (Day 2) JST

 

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09:00
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10:30

Poster Session 7A [Online]

11:00
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12:30

Session I-02:Diamond Growth 1

[Chair] Philippe Bergonzo

Session II-02: Nanocarbon & Nitride

[Chair] Shery Chang

I-02-1 (30 min)

Two-Inch High Quality Diamond Heteroepitaxial Growth on Sapphire for Power Devices

*Seong-Woo Kim1, Makoto Kasu2(1. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan), 2. SAGA Univ. (Japan))

II-02-1 (30 min)

Thermal interface materials composed of vertically-aligned carbon nanotube bundles with high thermal conductivity

*Daiyu Kondo1 (1.Fujitsu Limited (Japan))

 

I-02-2 (15 min)

Improved Understanding of the Origin of Threading Dislocations During Homoepitaxial CVD Diamond Growth

A. M. Fischer1, F. A. Ponce1, *Timothy A. Grotjohn2(1. Department of Physics, Arizona State University (United States of America), 2. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Michigan State University (United States of America))

II-02-2 (15 min)

Improved Water-Assisted Growth of Carbon Nanotube Arrays Using Silicon Dioxide Layer

Chun Fei Siah1,2, Zhi Kai Ng1, Lucas Yu Xiang Lum1, Chong Wei Tan1,2, Edwin Hang Tong Teo3,1, Philippe Coquet2,4, *Beng Kang Tay1,2(1. Centre for Micro- and Nano-Electronics (CMNE), School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), 2. CNRS-NTU-THALES UMI 3288 CINTRA, Research Techno Plaza, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), 3. School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), 4. Institut d’Electronique, de Micro Electronique et de Nanotechnologie (IEMN), CNRS UMR 8520-Universite de Lille (France))

I-02-3 (15 min)

Characterization of Mosaic Diamond Substrate and HFCVD Diamond Layer by Confocal Raman Spectroscopy

*Koji Tanaka1, Shinya Ohmagari1, Takehiro Shimaoka1, Hitoshi Umezawa1, Hideaki Yamada1(1. National Institute of Advanced Indsutrial Sience and Technolog (AIST) (Japan))

II-02-3 (15 min)

In-situ TEM study on structural and electrical properties of ion-induced germanium / carbon nanocomposites

*Yazid Yaakob1,2, Masaki Tanemura1(1. Nagoya Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia))

I-02-4 (15 min)

Reduction of dislocations in diamond by three-dimensional CVD growth

*Takehiro Shimaoka1, Hideaki Yamada1, Nobuteru Tsubouchi1, Yoshiaki Mokuno1, Akiyoshi Chayahara1(1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

II-02-4 (15 min)

Quantitative Evaluation of Dopant Concentration in n-type Potassium-doped graphene using SR-XPS

*Shuichi Ogawa1, Takatoshi Yamada2, Yuki Okigawa2, Tomoaki Masuzawa3, Yasutaka Tsuda4, Tetsuya Sakamoto4, Akitaka Yoshigoe4, Tadashi Abukawa1(1. Tohoku University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. Shizuoka University (Japan), 4. Japan Atomic Energy Agency (Japan))

I-02-5 (15 min)

Dislocation propagation in diamond (111) homoepitaxial layer

*Kimiyoshi Ichikawa1, Yukako Kato2, Satoshi Koizumi1, Tokuyuki Teraji1(1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

II-02-5 (15 min)

Growth and Properties of Cubic or Hexagon BN / Diamond Heterostructures

Jesse M Brown1, Avani Dasharathbhai Patel1, Yuji Zhao2, David J Smith1, *Robert J Nemanich1(1. Arizona State University (United States of America), 2. Rice University (United States of America))

12:30
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14:00

Lunch

14:00
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15:30

Session I-03:Electronic Devices 1

[Chair] Hiroshi Kawarada

Session II-03: Functional Surfaces

[Chair] Bohuslav Rezek

I-03-1 (30 min)

High-Mobility Normally-Off Transistors Based on Hydrogen-Terminated Diamond/h-BN Heterostructures

*Yosuke Sasama1, Taisuke Kageura1, Masataka Imura1, Kenji Watanabe1, Takashi Taniguchi1, Takashi Uchihashi1, Yamaguchi Takahide1,2(1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan), 2. University of Tsukuba (Japan))

II-03-1 (30 min)

Carbon-Based Nanoparticles for Cancer Theranostics: From Fundamental Chemistry to Advanced Biomedicine

*Naoki Komatsu1( 1. Kyoto University (Japan))

I-03-2 (15 min)

820 MW/cm2 3326 V 0.42 A/mm Modulation Doped Diamond MOSFETs on Heteroepitaxial Diamond

Niloy Chandra Saha1, Seong-Woo Kim2, Toshiyuki Oishi1, *Makoto Kasu1(1. Saga University (Japan), 2. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan))

II-03-2 (15 min)

Detonation Nanodiamond Assembly Behavior in Biological Relevant Media using Machine Learning of Cryo-TEM Images

Inga C Kuschnerus1, Haotian Wen1, Yee Yee Khine1, *Shery Chang1(1. University of New South Wales (Australia))

I-03-3 (15 min)

Impact of wet annealing treatments on Al2O3/diamond MOS interface

*Xufang Zhang1, Tsubasa Matsumoto1, Mitsuru Sometani2, Masahiko Ogura2, Toshiharu Makino2, Daisuke Takeuchi2,
Christoph E Nebel1,3, Takao Inokuma1, Satoshi Yamasaki1, Norio Tokuda1(1. Kanazawa University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. Diamond and Carbon Applications (Germany))

II-03-3 (15 min)

Role of diamond surface topology and chemistry in adsorption of proteins and cell proliferation

*Justas Zalieckas1, Ivan Rios Mondragon2, Paulius Pobedinskas3,4, Arne Skodvin Kristoffersen1, Ken Haenen3,4, Bodil Holst1, Martin Møller Greve1(1. Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen (Norway), 2. Department for Clinical Dentistry, University of Bergen (Norway), 3. Institute for Materials Research, Hasselt University (Belgium), 4.
IMOMEC, IMEC (Belgium))

I-03-4 (15 min)

Metal-semiconductor field-effect transistor based on n-channel diamond

*Meiyong Liao1, Takehiro Shimaoka1, Satoshi Koizumi1(1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan))

II-03-4 (15 min)

Diamond-silk dressing: Smart hybrid platform for monitoring of infection and healing progression in wounds

*Asma Khalid1, Dongbi Bai1, Amanda Abraham1, Lu Peng2, Laura Hang1, Achini Vidanapathirana3, Philipp Reineck1, Denver Linklater1, Chaitali Dekiwadia1, Mark Fear6, Jean-Philippe Tetienne1, Elena Ivanova1, Jiawen Li3, Robert Mclaughlin4, Shadi Houshyar1, Allison Cowin7, Suzanne Rea6, Fiona Wood6, Christina Bursill5, Brant Gibson1(1. College of Science, Engineering & Health, RMIT University (Australia), 2. Faculty of Sciences, The University of Adelaide (Australia), 3. Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences, The University of Adelaide (Australia), 4. Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences, The University of Adelaide (Australia), 5. South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute, The University of Adelaide (Australia), 6. Centre for Cell Therapy & Regenerative Medicine, University of Western Australia (Australia), 7. Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia (Australia))

I-03-5 (15 min)

Design and technology of Normally-off Diamond Reverse Blocking MESFET

Jesus Canas1,3, Alexander Pakpour-Tabrizi2, Tanya Trajkovic5, Florin Udrea4, David Eon1, *Etienne Gheeraert1, Richard Jackman2(1. University Grenoble Alpes (France), 2. University College London (UK), 3. University of Cadix (Spain), 4. University of Cambridge (UK), 5. Cambridge Microelectronics Ltd (UK))

II-03-5 (15 min)

Preparation of Superhydrophilic Porous Boron Nitride with Ultrahigh Specific Surface Area for Water Treatment

*Jinling Gao1, Hong Yin1(1. Jilin University (China))

15:30
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16:00

Break and Exhibition

16:00
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17:30

Session I-04:Electronic Devices 2

[Chair] Robert Nemanich

Session II-04: Color Centers 1

[Chair] Andrew Greentree

I-04-1 (30 min)

Non-volatile photo-switch using a diamond pn junction diamond

Cédric Masante1, Martin Kah1, Clément Hébert2, Nicolas Rouger3, *Julien Pernot1(1. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Institut Néel, Grenoble (France), 2. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Inserm, U1216, CHU Grenoble Alpes, GIN, Grenoble (France), 3. LAPLACE, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS, Toulouse (France))

II-04-1 (15 min)

Towards super-resolution in nanoscale NMR with single nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond

*Nicolas Staudenmaier1, Santiago Oviedo-Casado2, Anjusha Vijayakumar-Sreeja1, Christoph Findler1,3, Johannes Lang1,3, Genko Genov1, Alex Retzker2, Fedor Jelezko1,4(1. Institute for Quantum Optics, Ulm University (Germany), 2. Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel), 3. Diatope GmbH (Germany), 4. Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology, Ulm University (Germany))

II-04-2 (15 min)

Quantum Magnetometry with NV centre in Diamond

*Reza Tavakoli Dinani1,2, Emilie Bourgeois1,2, Remy Vandebosch1,2, Jaroslav Hruby1,2, Lars Baumgaertner3, Ayman Mohamed3, Jens Anders3, Milos Nesladek1,2(1. Universiteit Hasselt Instituut (Belgium), 2. IMOMEC Division, IMEC (Belgium), 3. 3 Institute of Smart Sensors, University of Stuttgart (Germany))

I-04-2 (15 min)

Commutation time of non-volatile photo-switch based on diamond Junction Field Effect Transistor

*Martin Kah1, 2, Cédric Masante1, 2, Fabrice Donatini1, 2, Gwénolé Jacopin1, 2, Nicolas Rouger1, 3, Julien Pernot1, 2(1. Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) (France), 2. Université Grenoble Alpes (France), 3. Université de Toulouse, LAPLACE, INPT, UPS (France))

II-04-3 (15 min)

Wide temperature operation of diamond quantum sensors

*Keisuke Kubota1, Yuji Hatano1, Jaewon Shin2, Daisuke Nishitani1, Keigo Arai1, Takayuki Iwasaki1, Mutsuko Hatano1(1. Tokyo institute of technology (Japan), 2. Yazaki corporation (Japan))

I-04-3 (15 min)

Effective Charge Collection in Diamond Detectors Through Direct OhmicContact Writing by Nanosecond Laser Irradiation

*Eslam N.H. Abubakr1, 2, Shinya Ohmagari3, Abdelrahman Zkria1, 2, Hiroshi Ikenoue1, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake1(1. Kyushu University (Japan), 2. Aswan University (Egypt), 3. Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan))

II-04-4 (15 min)

Temperature sensing using group IV defects in detonation nanodiamonds

*Masanori Fujiwara1, Gaku Uchida1, Izuru Ohki1, Ming Liu2, Akihiko Tsurui2, Taro Yoshikawa2, Masahiro Nishikawa2, Norikazu Mizuochi1(1. Kyoto University (Japan), 2. Daicel Corporation (Japan))

I-04-4 (15 min)

Development of differential amplifier of Radiation hardened H-diamond MOSFET (RADDFET)

*Tadashi Masumura1, Yusei Deguchi1,2, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Toshiharu Makino3, Hiroyuki Kawashima2, Naohisa Hoshikawa1, Junichi Higedon Kaneko1(1. Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University (Japan), 2. AIST Kansai (Japan), 3. AIST Tsukuba (Japan))

II-04-5 (15 min)

Germanium Vacancy Formation in CVD Nanocrystalline Diamond

Rani Mary Joy1,2, Paulius Pobedinskas1,2, Tanmoy Chakraborty1,2, J. Görlitz3, C. Noel4, Nina Felgen5, D. Jannis6, N. Gauquelin6, Jo Verbeeck6, Cyril Popov5, L. Houssiau4, Danny E.P. Vanpoucke1,2, Christoph Becher3, *Ken Haenen1,2(1. Hasselt University (Belgium), 2. IMEC vzw (Belgium), 3. Universität des Saarlandes (Germany), 4. University of Namur (Belgium), 5. University of Kassel (Germany), 6. University of Antwerp (Belgium))

I-04-5 (15 min)

Enhancement of Magnetic Sensing Performances of Single-crystal Diamond Resonators through Various Interlayers

*Zilong Zhang1, Liwen Sang1, Yasuo Koide1, Satoshi Koizumi1, Meiyong Liao1(1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan))

II-04-6 (15 min)

Lateral Diamond Waveguide Fabrication for Nitrogen Vacancy Centre based Quantum Technology

*Christian Giese1, Patricia Quellmalz1, Peter Knittel1, Philipp Reinke1, Helge Gehring2, Wolfram Pernice2,3(1. Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF (Germany), 2. University of Münster (Germany), 3. Heidelberg University (Germany))

17:30
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18:00

 

II-04-7 (30 min)

Quantum Sensing of Quantum Materials

*Amir Yacoby1 (1. Harvard University, (USA))

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8 June (Day 3) JST

 

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09:00
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Session I-05: [Special session] Carbon Neutral Technology

[Chair] Christoph E. Nebel

I-05-1 (30 min)

Diamond electron emission for energy-intensive chemical reactions

*Robert J. Hamers1 (1.University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA))

 

 

I-05-2 (30 min)

Frontiers of Superlubricious Carbon Tribofilms Towards a Sustainable and Carbon Neutral Future

*Ali Erdemir1(1. Texas A&M University (United States of America))

 

I-05-3 (30 min)

Oxidized Si terminated (C-Si-O) diamond and ultra highly boron doped diamond for industrial device application

*Hiroshi Kawarada1, Y. Fu1, X. Zhu1, Y. Nameki1(1. Waseda University (Japan))

 

I-05-4 (30 min)

Stretchable and transparent triboelectric nanogenerators based on carbon nanotubes

*Yutaka Ohno1, Masahiro Matsunaga1(1. Nagoya University (Japan))

 

11:00
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11:15

Break

11:15
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12:00

Industrial Session

 

12:00
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13:30

Lunch

13:30
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15:00

Session I-06:Diamond Growth 2

[Chair] Ken Haenen

Session II-06: Optical Properties

[Chair] Etienne Gheeraert

I-06-1 (15 min)

4-inch Diamond Film Synthesis with High Uniformity and Quality in Commercial 2.45GHz Clamshell MPCVD Reactor

*Alexandre Fiori1, Kazuo Tsugawa1, Philippe Bergonzo2(1. Cornes Technologies Ltd. (Japan), 2. Cornes Technologies USA (United States of America))

II-06-1 (30 min)

Colour defects in diamond for widefield magnetometry

*Kasturi Saha1(1. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India))

I-06-2 (15 min)

Radiation Detector Made of Polycrystalline Diamond with Boron-doped Layer for Neutron Conversion

*Taku Miyake1, Hisaya Nakagawa1, Tomoaki Masuzawa1, Takatoshi Yamada2, Takayuki Nakano1, Katsuyuki Takagi3, Toru Aoki1, Hidenori Mimura1(1. Shizuoka Univercity (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. ANSeeN Inc. (Japan))

I-06-3 (15 min)

Wafer-Scale Diamond for Quantum Devices: Impact of Coalescence and Grain Boundaries

*Vadim Lebedev1, Jan Engels1, Jürgen Weippert1, Jan Kustermann1, Lutz Kirste1, Chrsitian Giese1, Patricia Quellmalz1, Peter Knittel1, Tingpeng Luo1, Lukas Lindner1, Jan Jeske1(1. Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Physics (IAF) (Germany))

II-06-2 (15 min)

Fundamental Optical Studies of the Divacancy Centre in Diamond

*Helen Witkowska1, Chloe Newsom1, Lewis Mills1, Richard Beanland1, Mark Newton1, Ben Green1(1. University of Warwick (UK))

I-06-4 (15 min)

Material Science and Technology Development Enabling New Order of Magnitude Longer-Life/Safer Lithium-Ion Batteries with Encapsulated Components by Transformational Low-Cost Ultrananocrystalline Diamond (UNCD) Coatings

*Daniel Antonio Villarreal1, Elida De Obaldía2,1, Jean F Veyan1, Orlando Auciello1(1. University of Texas at Dallas (United States of America), 2. Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá (Panama))

II-06-3 (15 min)

Exciton binding energy in diamond measured by time-resolved cyclotron resonance

*Ikuko Akimoto1, Sayaka Hamabata1, Junich H Kaneko2, Nobuko Naka3(1. Wakayama University (Japan), 2. Hokkaido University (Japan), 3. Kyoto University (Japan))

I-06-5 (15 min)

Two-dimensional simulations of nanocrystalline diamond film growth

*Stoffel Dominique Janssens1, David Vázquez-Cortés1, Eliot Fried1(1. OIST (Japan))

II-06-4 (15 min)

Free exciton-derived photo-electron emission from hydrogen terminated n-type diamond

*Ryota Tsukamoto1,2, Kazuya Ikuta1,2, Takahisa Yokota1,2, Shoya Yamakawa1,2, Hiromitsu Kato2, Toshiharu Makino2, Daisuke Takeuchi1,2, Ichiro Shoji1(1. Chuo University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

 

Ⅱ‐06-5 (15 min)

Nano-structured Plasmonic Diamond SERS: Design and Realisation

*Richard B. Jackman1, Massimiliano Ramsay1(1. University College London (UK))

15:00
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15:30

Break and Exhibition

15:30
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17:00

Session I-07:Polishing & Nanostructuring

[Chair] Richard Jackman

Session II-07: Nanocarbon & Related Materials

[Chair] Yoshiyuki Miyamoto

I-07-1 (30 min)

Highly-efficient damage-free finishing of diamond substrate by plasma-assisted polishing

*Kazuya Yamamura1 (1.Osaka University (Japan))

 

II-07-1 (30 min)

Controlled growth of single crystal graphene on single crystal metal foil substrates by chemical vapor deposition

*Da Luo1(1. Institute for Basic Science (IBS) (Korea))

I-07-2 (15 min)

Study on material removal mechanism of single crystal diamond in plasma-assisted polishing

*Kentaro Sugimoto1, Nian Liu1, Naoya Yoshitaka1, Hideaki Yamada2, Kenta Arima1, Kentaro Kawai1, Kazuya Yamamura1 (1.Osaka University (Japan), 2.National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

 

II-07-2 (15 min)

Investigation of substrate effect on mobility in graphene-diamond hybrids

Saman Majdi1, *Viktor Djurberg1, Muhammad Asad 2, Aisuluu Aitkulova1, Nattakarn Suntornwipat1, Jan Stake2, Jan Isberg1(1. Uppsala University (Sweden), 2. Chalmers University (Sweden))

I-07-3 (15 min)

Removal of mechanical polishing-induced nanoscale subsurface damage in diamond by chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) with SiO2 and Cr2O3 slurry

*Koji Koyama1, 2, Seong-Woo Kim1, Mamoru Yoshimoto2 (1.Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan), 2.Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan))

 

II-07-3 (15 min)

EBAC characterization for potassium-doped CVD multilayer graphene

*Yuki Okigawa1, Tomoaki Masuzawa2, Hideaki Nakajima1, Toshiya Okazaki1, Takatoshi Yamada1(1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 2. Shizuoka University (Japan))

I-07-4 (15 min)

Diamond Thermal Catalytic Etching by Double-Metals Layer

*Duc Duy Tran1, 2, Etienne Gheeraert1, 2, Cedric Mannequin2 (1.Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Institut Neel (France), 2.University of Tsukuba (Japan))

 

II-07-4 (15 min)

Effect of the Graphene/hBN edges on optoelectronic properties

*Jaroslav Kulicek1, Takatoshi Yamada2, Bohuslav Rezek1 (1. Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

I-07-5 (15 min)

Diamondoids and Dissolving Diamond

*Rodney S. Ruoff1 (1.IBS CMCM and UNIST (Korea))

 

II-07-5 (15 min)

Fabrication of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Monopole Antenna Using Poly (methyl methacrylate)- Supported Transfer Technique

*Sho Kuromatsu1, Takeshi Watanabe1, Ryosuke Suga1, Yoshiyuki Nonoguchi2, Osamu Hashimoto1, Shinji Koh1(1. Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan), 2. Kyoto Institute of Technology (Japan))

17:30
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19:00

Poster Session 8P [Online]

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9 June (Day 4) JST

 

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09:00
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Session I-08:Electronic Devices 3

[Chair] Timothy A. Grotjohn

Session II-08:Color Centers 2

[Chair] David Simpson

I-08-1 (30 min)

The future of semiconducting diamond for electronic components

*Manpuneet Kaur Benipal1, Anna Zaniewski1, Robert J Nemanich2(1. Advent Diamond, Inc. (United States of America), 2. Arizona State University (United States of America))

II-08-1 (30 min)

Coherent approaches to magnetometry with diamond

*Andrew Greentree1 (1.RMIT University (Australia))

 

I-08-2 (15 min)

Large-Area (> 1 mm) Diamond Schottky Barrier Diodes with Low Leakage Current

*Phongsaphak Sittimart1,2, Tomoki Iwao1,2, Ryohei Yamaguchi3, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake1, Shinya Ohmagari2(1. Kyushu University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan), 3. Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan))

II-08-2 (15 min)

Nanometer-depth Low Energy Nitrogen Ions Implantation in Single Crystal Diamond for n-Type Diamond Doping and Subsurface NV-Centers

Jean F. Veyan1, Maria J. Arellano-Jimenez1, Elida de Obaldia2,1, Anton Malko1, *Orlando Auciello1(1. University of Texas at Dallas (United States of America), 2. Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá, (Panama))

I-08-3 (15 min)

Fabrication and electrical characterization of n+-Si/p-diamond heterojunction diodes

*Yota Uehigashi1, Shinya Ohmagari2, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Hideaki Yamada2, Jianbo Liang1, Naoteru Shigekawa1(1. Osaka City University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan))

II-08-3 (15 min)

Femtosecond pulsed laser fabrication of nitrogen-vacancy color centres in diamond

*Davin Yue Ming Peng1, Benjamin P. Cumming2, Marco Capelli1, Philipp Reineck1, Andrew Greentree1, Brant Gibson1(1. ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale Biophotonics, RMIT University (Australia), 2. RMIT University (Australia))

I-08-4 (15 min)

Electron Emission from Modified p-i-n Diamond Diodes

*Franz A Koeck1, Harshad Surdi2, Stephen Goodnick2, Robert J Nemanich1(1. Department of Physics, Arizona State University (United States of America), 2. School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, Arizona State University (United States of America))

II-08-4 (15 min)

Electroluminescence of NV- center using Diamond Lateral p-i-n Diode

*Moriyoshi Haruyama1, Hiromitsu  Kato1, Masahiko Ogura1, Yukako Kato1, Takayuki Iwasaki2, Norikazu Mizuochi3, Toshiharu Makino1 (1.National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 2.Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 3.Kyoto University (Japan))

 

I-08-5 (15 min)

Tentative determination of the ambipolar diffusion coefficient of carriers in diamond by Electron Beam Induced Current.

*David Eon1, Fabrice Donatini1(1. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Institut Neel (France))

II-08-5 (15 min)

Equilibrium charge state and decoherence of ensembles of NV- center

*Chikara Shinei1, Yuta Masuyama2, Shuya Ishii2, Masashi Miyakawa1, Seiichi Saiki2, Shinobu Onoda2, Takashi Taniguchi1, Takeshi Ohshima2, Tokuyuki Teraji1(1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan), 2. National Institutes for Quantum
Science and Technology (Japan))

10:30
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11:00

Break and Exhibition

11:00
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12:30

 

Session I-09: Thermal Management

[Chair] Hideaki Yamada

Session II-09: DLC & Mechanical Properties

[Chair] Ali Erdemir

I-09-1 (30 min)

Diamond Integration for Thermal Management in III-Nitrides

*Srabanti Chowdhury1, Mohamadali Malakoutian(1. Stanford University (United States of America))

II-09-1 (30 min)

Self-formation of Nanointerface to Promote Super-low Friction of Carbon-based Coatings

*Koshi Adachi1(1. Tohoku University (Japan))

I-09-2 (15 min)

Effect of nitrogen partial pressure on microstructure of SiNx dielectric layer and the thermal boundary resistance of GaN/Diamond

*Junjun Wei1, Qinrui zhang1, Sitong Liu1, Zhiheng Hao1, Yuting Zheng1, Chengming Li1(1. University of Science and
Technology Beijing (China))

II-09-2 (15 min)

Plasma optical emission measurements using machine learning for biocompatible N-DLC film depositions

*Nurul Shakirah Binti Jamel1, Kenji Hirakuri1, Yasuharu Ohgoe1, Akira Nakamura2, Takashi Komatsu2(1. Tokyo Denki University (Japan), 2. Kanagawa University (Japan))

I-09-3 (15 min)

Investigation of the seeding process of diamond growth on GaN for thermal management

*Liwen Sang1, Meiyong Liao1 (1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan))

II-09-3 (15 min)

Evaluation of antibacterial properties of DLC/Cu composite films

*Yucheng Li1, Chiaki Koga1, Yuki Hirata2, Hiroki Akasaka1, Hiroyasu kanetaka3, Naoto Ohtake2(1. Department of
Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. Institute of Innovative Research (IIR), Tokyo Institute of
Technology (Japan), 3. Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry (Japan))

I-09-4 (15 min)

Thermal Annealing Effect on the Structure of GaN/Diamond Bonding Interface

*Jianbo Liang1, Yasuo Shimizu2, Yutaka Ohno2, Yasuyoshi Nagai2, Naoteru Shigekawa1(1. Osaka City University (Japan), 2. Tohoku University (Japan))

II-09-4 (15 min)

Negative Bias Voltage Enhanced Growth and Mechanical Properties of Nanodiamond Composite Films Deposited by CAPD

*Ali Mohamed Ali Abdelgawad1,2, Kouki Murasawa1,3, Hiroaki Sugita 3, Seishiro Saito1, Hiroshi Naragino1, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake1(1. Dept. of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials, Kyushu University (Japan), 2. Dept. of Physics, Al- Azhar University (Egypt), 3. OSG Corp. (Japan))

I-09-5 (15 min)

Strong bonding formation between diamond and Si substrates

*Takashi Matsumae1, Sho Okita2, Yuichi Kurashima1, Hideki Takagi1, Masanori Hayase2, Eiji Higurashi1(1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 2. Tokyo University of Science (Japan))

II-09-5 (15 min)

Relaxation of compressive stress in diamond nanomembrane

*Paulius Pobedinskas1,2, Ken Haenen1,2(1. Hasselt University (Belgium), 2. IMEC (Belgium))

12:30
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14:00

Lunch

14:00
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15:30

Session I-10: Diamond Growth 3

[Chair] Julien Pernot

 

I-10-1 (30 min)

Impurity control for diamond and boron nitride single crystals growth under high pressure

*Takashi Taniguchi1 (1. NIMS (Japan))

 

I-10-2 (15 min)

Toughness enhancement of single-crystal diamond by the homoepitaxial growth of periodic nitrogendoped nano-multilayers

Juping Tu1, Yun Zhao1, *Jinlong Liu1, Xiaolu Yuan1, Kang An1, Liangxian Chen1, Junjun Wei1, Chengming Li1(1. University of Science and Technology Beijing (China))

 

I-10-3 (15 min)

Selectively buried growth of heavily B doped diamond layers in N doped diamond (111) with atomically flat surfaces

*Kazuki Kobayashi1, Xufang Zhang1, Toshiharu Makino2, Tsubasa Matsumoto1, Takao Inokuma1, Satoshi Yamasaki1, Christoph E Nebel1,3, Norio Tokuda1(1. Kanazawa University (Japan), 2. Advanced Power Electronics Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. Diamond and Carbon Applications (Germany))

 

I-10-4 (15 min)

Heavily phosphorus-doped diamond thin films grown by hot-filament CVD

*Yuki Katamune1, Akira Izumi1, Kimiyoshi Ichikawa2, Satoshi Koizumi2(1. Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan), 2.
National Institute for Materials Science (Japan))

 

I-10-5 (15 min)

Growth optimization of B-doped single crystal diamond films for Schottky barrier diodes

*Rozita Rouzbahani1, Paulius Pobedinskas1, Juliette Letellier2, David Eon2, Julien Pernot2, Ken Haenen1(1. Institute for Materials Research (IMO), Hasselt University, and IMOMEC, IMEC vzw (Belgium), 2. University Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Institut Néel (France))

 

15:30
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15:45

Closing Ceremony


Poster Session 7A (Day 2)

7A-01

Experimental and theoretical analysis on substrate bending during heteroepitaxial growth of diamond

*Yutaka Kimura1, Takahiro Ihara2, Takumi Ojima2, Hina Tanaka2, Ryuji Oshima2,3, Atsuhito Sawabe1, Hideo Aida2

1. Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan), 2. Nagaoka University of Technology (Japan), 3. DISCO Corporation (Japan)

7A-02

Synthesis and evaluation of boron-doped isolated single crystal diamond on Si substrate

Daichi Hagiwara1, Satsuki Ariji1, Go Morita1, Shohei Yamazaki1, Takahiro Tsukamoto1, *Hideo Isshiki1

1. The University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

7A-03

Local Structures of Phosphorus Atom Implanted in Diamond

*Yasushi Hoshino1, Yuhei Seki1, Kei Mitsuhara2

1. Kanagawa University (Japan), 2. Ritsumeikan University (Japan)

7A-04

Surface morphology and charge carrier transport properties of diamond crystals grown by CVD method with O2 or CO2 addition

*Kengo Oda1, Junichi Higedon Kaneko1, Akiyoshi Chayahara2, Hideyuki Watanabe3, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Yusuke Kobayakawa1, Takahiro Yamaguchi1

1. Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University (Japan), 2. AIST Kansai (Japan), 3. AIST Tsukuba (Japan)

7A-05

Detailed study on preparation of MgO substrate for diamond heteroepitaxy

*Takahiro Ihara1, Takumi Ojima1, Ryuji Oshima1,2, Yutaka  Kimura3, Atsuhito Sawabe3, Hideo Aida1

1. Nagaoka University of technology (Japan), 2. Disco Corporation (Japan), 3. Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan)

7A-06

Synthesis of n-type diamond using tert-butyl phosphine for high sensitivity of NV sensor

*Riku Kawase1, Hiroyuki Kawashima1,2, Hiromitsu Kato2, Norio Tokuda3, Mikihiro Kubota1, Masahiko Ogura2, Toshiharu Makino2, Norikazu Mizuochi1

1. Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan), 3. Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University (Japan)

7A-07

Depth analysis of diamond dislocations

*Shinichi Shikata1, Ami Nakamura1, Yuya Sato1

1. Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan)

7A-08

Structural transformation of C+ implanted diamond and lift-off process

Xiaohua  Zhu1, *Jinlong Liu1, Siwu  Shao1, Yuwei  Jia1, Juping  Tu1, Siyi  Chan1, Yabo  Huang1, Liangxian  Chen1, Junjun  Wei1, Chengming  Li1

1. University of Science and Technology Beijing (China)

7A-09

Effects of trimethylphosphine on additional growth of polycrystalline diamond films by hot-filament chemical vapor deposition

*Takuma Matsumoto1, Yuki Katamune1, Hiiro Yamaguchi1, Akira Nakano1, Akira Izumi1

1. Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan)

7A-10

Doping Bromine to Graphene by a Wet Process

*Tomoaki Masuzawa1, Yuki Okigawa2, Taku Miyake1, Hisaya Nakagawa1, Toru Aoki1, Hidenori Mimura1, Takatoshi Yamada2

1. Shizuoka University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan)

7A-11

Raman, XRD, XPS, and FTIR Characterization on Commercial HPHT nanodiamond powders

*Maria Claudia Calderon1,2, Maria Ines Gil-Tolano2, Karla Santacruz-Gomez3, Rodrigo Melendrez2, Valery Chernov2, Marcelino Barboza-Flores2

1. Posgrado en Ciencias (Física), Universidad de Sonora (Mexico), 2. Departamento de Investigación en Física, Universidad de Sonora (Mexico), 3. Departamento de Física, Universidad de Sonora (Mexico)

7A-12

Formation of Buried Heavily Doped Layers on Diamond (111) Surface by Solid Solution Reaction of Carbon into Nichel

*Tsubasa Kano1, Tsubasa Matsumoto1, Xufang Zhang1, Takao Inokuma1, Satoshi Yamasaki1,2, Norio Tokuda1

1. Kanazawa University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)

7A-13

Application to joining of dissimilar materials with polymer and Cu foil by photochemical surface modification technique of carbon materials

*Takako Nakamura1, Isamu Akiyama2, Kinji Hirai2

1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 2. Advanced Technologies, Inc. (Japan)

7A-14

A comprehensive investigation on electronic and thermal transport properties of Cu/diamond interface

*Kongping Wu1, Meiyong Liao2

1. Jinling Institute of Technology (China), 2. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)

7A-15

Investigation of Ohmic Contact Resistance, Surface Resistance, and Channel Resistance for Hydrogen-terminated Diamond MOSFETs

*Jiangwei Liu1, Hirotaka Ohsato1, Bo Da1, Yasuo Koide1

1.  National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)

7A-16

Effect of pressure on quality-factor of single-crystal diamond micro cantilevers

Yinling Chen1,2, Huanying Sun1, Liwen Sang1, Yasuo Koide1, Satoshi Koizumi1, Xiaoxi Liu2, *Meiyong Liao1

1. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan), 2. Shinshu University (Japan)

7A-17

A proposal to measure diamond particle conductance using dielectrophoresis

*Masafumi Inaba1, Michihiko Nakano1, Junya Suehiro1

1. Kyushu University (Japan)

7A-18

High breakdown voltage of boron-doped diamond metal semiconductor field effect transistor grown on freestanding heteroepitaxial diamond substrate

*Uiho Choi1, Taemyung  Kwak1, Sanghun  Han1, Seongwoo  Kim2, Okhyun  Nam1

1. Tech University of Korea (Korea), 2. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan)

7A-19

Thermally Stable and Radiation-Proof Visible-Light Photodetectors Made from N-Doped Diamond

*Phongsaphak Sittimart1,2, Tomoki Iwao1,2, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Hiromitsu Kato2, Norio Tokuda3, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake1, Shinya Ohmagari2

1. Kyushu University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan), 3. Kanazawa University (Japan)

7A-20

Noise Characterization of High-Current Diamond Diodes

Subhajit  Ghosh  1, Harshad  Surdi 2, Fariborz  Kargar1, Franz Koeck2, Sergey  Rumyantsev3, Stephen  Goodnick2, Robert Nemanich2, *Alexander A Balandin1

1. University of California, Riverside  (United States of America), 2. Arizona State University (United States of America), 3. Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)

7A-21

Controlling the Carrier Density of Surface Conductive Diamond

*Michael William Geis1, Mark A Hollis1, George W Turner1, Joseph O Varghese1, Konstantin Klyukin2, Jiayue Wang2, Bilge Yildiz2, Jakup Kedzierski1, Beijia Zhang1

1. MIT Lincoln Laboratory (United States of America), 2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States of America)

7A-22

Diamond Schottky barrier diode fabricated on high-quality misoriented heteroepitaxial diamond substrate using microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition

*Taemyung Kwak1, Uiho Choi1, Sanghun Han1, Okhyun Nam1, Seong-woo Kim2

1. Tech University of Korea (Korea), 2. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan)

7A-23

Investigation of the effect of AlN buffer layer on ScAlN/AlN/polycrystalline diamond SAW devices

*Toshiki Tsuchiya1, Masaya Okazaki1, Kohei Hatashita1, Sri Ayu Anggraini2,3,4, Kenji Hirata2,3,4, Shinya Ohmagari2,3,4, Shinichi Shikata1

1. Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. Sensing material Team, Sensing System Research Center (Japan), 4. Diamond Wafer Team, Advanced Power Electronics Research Center (Japan)

7A-24

Fabrication of Solution-processed SnO2 Film for Hydrogen Terminated Diamond Field Effect Transistor

*Shi He1, Hong-Xing Wang1

1. Institute of Wide Band Gap Semiconductors (China)

7A-25

Optical Absorption due to Discrete and Continuum Excitonic States in Diamond

Kazuki Konishi1, *Nobuko Naka1

1. Kyoto University (Japan)

7A-26

Two-Dimensional Mapping of Luminescence Quantum Efficiency of Excitons in Diamond

*Daiki Totsuka1, Kazuki Konishi1, Rintaro Toda1, Jan Isberg2, Nobuko Naka1

1. Kyoto University (Japan), 2. Uppsala University (Sweden)

7A-27

Energy resolved sub-bandgap electron emission from diamond

*Cesar Saucedo1, Nathaniel F Rieders1, Robert J Hamers1, Robert  J  Nemanich2

1. University of Wisconsin Madison (United States of America), 2. Arizona State University  (United States of America)

7A-28

Evaluation of mechanical properties of ultra-thick diamond plate by the three-point bending ISO standard method

*Kang An1, Chengming Li1, Liangxian Chen1, Jinlong Liu1,Junjun Wei1, Yuting Zheng1

1. University of Science and Technology Beijing (China)

7A-29

Characterization of Self Lubricated Composite Oxide Hard Coatings

*SHAHIRA LIZA KAMIS1, Nur Aszreen  Zulkifli1, Hiroki Akasaka2

1. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malaysia), 2. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)

7A-30

Investigation of Free Volume in Diamond-like Carbon Films Using a Slow Positron Beam

*Kazuhiro Kanda1, Tomohiro Mishima1, Hiroki Akasaka2, Fuminobu Hori3, Atsushi Yabuuchi4, Atsushi Kinomura4

1. University of Hyogo (Japan), 2. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 3. Osaka Prefecture University (Japan), 4. Kyoto University (Japan)

7A-31

X-ray photoemission electron microscopy observation of sliding marks on amorphous carbon film after ball on test.

*Sota Norizuki1, Keisuke Suzuki1, Sarayut Tunmee2,  Ukit Rittihong2, Chanan Euaruksakul2, Ratchadaporn Supruangnet2, Yuki Hirata1, Naoto Ohtake1, Hiroki Akasaka1

1. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. Synchrotron Light Research Institute (Thailand)

7A-32

Nanodiamond composite film deposited on Titanium substrates using Coaxial Arc Plasma gun for implant applications

*Lama Osman Abdelbaset1,2, Ali Abdelgawad1,3, Eslam  Abubakr1,4, Abdelrahman  Zkria1,2, Hiroshi   Naragino1, Tsuyoshi  Yoshitake1

1. Department of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials, Kyushu University (Japan), 2. Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Aswan University (Egypt), 3. Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University (Egypt), 4. Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Aswan University (Egypt)

7A-33

Effect of Medium's Viscosity on Suppressing Sedimentation of Diamond Fillers in acrylic solvent during Electric Field Alignment

*Yingchen Chen1, Mikoto Kamimura1, Seiya Seike1, Masafumi Inaba1, Michihiko Nakano1, Junya Suehiro1

1. Kyushu University (Japan)

7A-34

Near-infrared assisted Fenton reaction induced by Fe doped nanodiamond  for cancer theranostic

*Rajakar Selvam1, Wrenit Gem Pearl Irudayaraj1, Artashes Karmenyan1, Elena Perevedentseva1,2, Chia Liang Cheng1

1. National Dong Hwa University (Taiwan), 2. Institute of Russian Academy of Science  (Russia)

7A-35

Fundamentals of Fungal Mycelium Transformation into Nanostructured Ultrananocrystalline Diamond via Microwave Plasma Pyrolysis

Benjamin E.  Stein1, *Orlando Auciello1,2, Maria J. Arellano-Jimenez1, Benjamin R. Perez1

1. University of Texas at Dallas  (United States of America), 2. Original Biomedical Implants , LLC (United States of America)

7A-36

An iron phthalocyanine/graphene oxide nanocomposite for Pt-free oxygen reduction electrocatalyst

*Kazuto Hatakeyama1, Kenichiro Irisa1, Michio Koinuma1, Shintaro Ida1

1. Kumamoto University (Japan)

7A-37

Hydrophobic Surface Coating of Nanodiamonds by Polyglycerol- Based Polymers with Alkyl Chains for Dispersing in an Organic Solvent

*Naoki Komatsu1, Wei Wang1,2, Hong-Xing Wang2, Yajuan Zou1

1. Kyoto University (Japan), 2. Xi’an Jiaotong University (China)

7A-38

3D localization of sub-diffraction single-photon emitters based on quantum correlation microscopy

*Shuo Li1, Andrew D. Greentree1

1. Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence For Nanoscale Biophotonics, RMIT University (Australia)

7A-39

Development of a NV-AFM probe working in a liquid phase

*Kasane Noda1, Chiyaka Tachioka1, Yuta Kainuma1, Kunitaka Hayashi1, Seong-Woo Kim2, Koji Koyama2, Toshu An1

1. Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Japan), 2. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co. (Japan)

7A-40

Remote magnetic field sensing using diamond-doped fibres

*Marco Capelli1, Dongbi Bai1, Wenqi Zhang2, Minh Hoa Huynh3, Shuo Li1,4, David A. Simpson5, Philipp Reineck1,4, Hiroshi Abe6, Takeshi Ohshima6, Shahraam V. Afshar2, Andrew D. Greentree1,4, Scott Foster7, Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem3,4, Brant C. Gibson1,4

1. RMIT University (Australia), 2. University of South Australia (Australia), 3. Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (Australia), 4. ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (Australia), 6. National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (Japan), 7. Defence Science and Technology Group (Australia)

7A-41

Studies of the Electrical Detection of NV Electron Spins in Diamond Toward the Enhancement of NV Quantum Sensor Sensitivity

*Hajime Yao1, Hiroki Morishita1, Naoya Morioka1, Tetsuri Nishikawa1, Shinobu Onoda2, Hiroshi Abe2, Takeshi Ohshima2, Norikazu Mizuochi1

1. Kyoto University (Japan), 2. National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (Japan)

7A-42

Evaluation of NV centers in diamond probe fabricated by focused ion beam

*Yuta Kainuma1, Toshu An1

1. Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Japan)

Poster Session 8P (Day 3)

8P-01

Measurement and calibration of substrate surface temperature in HFCVD

*Yu Qiao1, Xinchang Wang1

1. Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China)

8P-02

Deposition of Diamond Films on Cemented Carbide Substrates by Hot Filament CVD Method and Sequential Observation of Anomalous Growth

*Yoshinori Saiki1, Takahiro Bando1, Toru Harigai1, Hirofumi Takikawa1, Takahiro Hattori2, Hiroaki Sugita2

1. Toyohashi University of Technology (Japan), 2. OSG Coating Service Co.,Ltd. (Japan)

8P-03

Filament-Substrate Distance Dependence of Diamond Growth Rate by Hot-Filament Chemical Vapor Deposition

*Ryoma Taguchi1, Xufang Zhang2, Tubasa Matsumoto1,2, Takao Inokuma1, Satoshi Yamasaki2, Christoph E Nebel2,3, Yasunori Tanaka1, Norio Tokuda1,2

1. Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa University (Japan), 2. Nanomaterials Research Institute, Kanazawa University (Japan), 3. Diamond and Carbon Applications (Germany)

8P-04

Chemical vapor synthesis of nanocrystalline diamond using Ar/TiPS/H2 system

*Go Morita1, Toshihiro mori1, Hideo Isshiki1

1. The university of Electro-Communications ,Isshiki Lab (Japan)

8P-05

Fabrication of Diamond Capsule and Implosion Experiments for Inertial Confinement Fusion

*Koki Kawasaki1, Hideaki Yamada2, Yoshiaki Mokuno2, Akiyoshi Chayahara2, Takehiro Shimaoka2, Yuji Sato1, Masahiro Tsukamoto1, Toshihiro Somekawa3, Hideo Nagatomo1, Yoichiro Hironaka1, Kohei Yamanoi1, Daisuke Tanaka1, Tomoyuki Idesaka1, Kunioki Mima1, Keisuke Shigemori1

1. Osaka University (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 3. Institute for Laser Technology (Japan)

8P-06

2.45 GHz Solid-State Microwave Generators for Novel High-Tech Microwave-Applications

*Vasileios Ramopoulos1, Johannes Schlundt1, Sebastian Wassenberg1, Roland Heilig1, Markus Schweizer1

1. TRUMPF Huettinger (Germany)

8P-07

Early stages of polycrystalline diamond growth studied by laser reflectance.

*David Vazquez-Cortes1, Stoffel Dominique Janssens1, Eliot Fried1

1. Mechanics and Materials Unit, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (Japan)

8P-08

Chemical analysis of carbon atom diffusion through Ni thin films on diamond substrate

*Aisuluu Aitkulova1, Nattakarn Suntripowat1, Viktor Djuberg1, Saman Majdi1, Jan Isberg1

1. Uppsala University  (Sweden)

8P-09

Dislocation propagation analysis of diamond epitaxial layer

Y Fujii1, K Miyajima1,2, S Toyoma1, *Shinichi Shikata1

1. Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan), 2. Fuji Electric (Japan)

8P-10

Effects of frequency on ultrasonic nitridation of graphite for preparing of nitrogen-doped graphene

*Masami Aono1, Yuto Kubo1, Mizuki Takahashi2, Susumu Nii2

1. Dept. Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Kagoshima University (Japan), 2. Dept. Chemical Engineering, Kagoshima University (Japan)

8P-11

Investigation of Mirror-Grinding Conditions for Large diameter Single Crystal Diamond Substrates

*Junpei Tokutake1, Hiroki Minamigata1, Juan Manuel Del Angel Sifuentes1, Tetsuro Iyama2, Yutaka Kimura3, Ryuji Oshima1,4, Hideo Aida1

1. Nagaoka University of technology (Japan), 2. National Institute of Technology Nagaoka College (Japan), 3. Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan), 4. Disco Corporation (Japan)

8P-12

Analysis of radiation resistance of Radiation hardened H-diamond MOSFET (RADDFET)

*Tadashi Masumura1, Hitoshi Umezawa2, Takahiro Yamaguti1, Yusei Deguchi1,2, Hiroyuki Kawashima2, Toshiharu Makino3, Naohisa Hoshikawa1, Hitoshi koizumi1, Junichi Higedon Kaneko1

1. Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University (Japan), 2. AIST Kansai (Japan), 3. AIST Tsukuba (Japan)

8P-13

875 MW/cm2 2568 V 0.68 A/mm NO2 P-type Doped Diamond MOSFETs

*Niloy Chandra Saha1, Seong-Woo Kim2, Toshiyuki Oishi1, Makoto Kasu1

1. Saga University (Japan), 2. Adamant Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. (Japan)

8P-14

Development and Evaluation of Differential Amplifier Circuits Based on Radiation hardened H-diamond MOSFET (RADDFET)

*Hiroki Fukushima1, Manobu Tanaka2, Hitoshi Umezawa3, Hiroyuki Kawashima3, Yusei Deguchi1,3, Tadashi Masumura1, Naohisa Hoshikawa1, Junichi Kaneko1

1. Hokkaido University (Japan), 2. KEK (Japan), 3. AIST (Japan)

8P-15

Charge carrier drift measurements using Time of Flight electron Beam Induced Current in a single crystal diamond

*Alexandre Portier1,2, Denis Dauvergne1, Fabrice Donatini2, Marie-Laure Gallin-Martel1, Julien Pernot2

1. Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique & Cosmologie (LPSC) - CNRS (France), 2. Institut Néel - CNRS (France)

8P-16

Influence of thin nitrogen doped layer on Schottky barrier diodes

*Hussein kassem1, Julien Pernot1, David EON1

1. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Institut Neel, Grenoble, France (France)

8P-17

Effects of NO2 Gas Adsorption to CNT/Electrode Contacts on Gas Response of CNT-FETs

*Shota Nakahara1, Takahiro Morita1, Takuya Okamoto1, Haruka Omachi2, Masafumi Inaba1, Michihiko Nakano1, Junya Suehiro1

1. Kyushu university (Japan), 2. Nagoya university (Japan)

8P-18

The Graphene-on-diamond MOSFET with V-shaped Transfer Curves

*Xiaolu Yuan1, Jinlong Liu1, Jiangwei Liu2, Junjun Wei1, Liangxian Chen1, Chengming Li1

1. University of Science and Technology Beijing (China), 2. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)

8P-19

Nanocarbon Electrodes Fabricated by Coaxial Arc Plasma Deposition for Phosphorus-doped Diamond Electronics Application.

*Sreenath Mylo Valappil1,2, Shinya Ohmagari1, Abdelrahman Zkria2, Phongasaphak  Sittimart1,2, Eslam Abubakar2, Hiromatsu Kato3, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake2

1. Sensing System Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Japan), 2. Department of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials, Kyushu University (Japan), 3. Advanced Power Electronics Research Center, N

8P-20

Effect of h-BN thickness on electrical properties of CVD graphene

*Takatoshi Yamada1, Yuki Okigawa1, Takashi Taniguchi2

1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan), 2. National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)

8P-21

Polydopamine-Assisted Dip-and-Dry Fabrication of High Conductive Fabrics using Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Inks

*Yuito Horita1, Sho Kuromatsu1, Takeshi Watanabe1, Shinji Koh1

1. Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan)

8P-22

Graphene deposition on single crystalline CVD diamond

*Nattakarn Suntornwipat1, Aisuluu Aitkulova1, Viktor Djurberg1, Saman Majdi1, Jan Isberg1

1. Division for Electricity, Department of Electrical Engineering, Uppsala University (Sweden)

8P-23

Preparation of Boron Carbon Nitride Films by Magnetron Sputtering Using Hydrogen and Argon Gases

*Hideki Nakazawa1, Ryu Taniguchi1, Haruto Koriyama1, Yasuyuki Kobayashi1, Yoshiharu Enta1, Yushi Suzuki1

1. Hirosaki University (Japan)

8P-24

Excited States in Nanodiamond-Polypyrrole Complexes: Computational Study

Petra Matunova1, *Bohuslav Rezek1

1. Czech Technical University (Czech Republic)

8P-25

Sliding properties of laser irradiated amorphous carbon film

*Dai Harada1, Sarayut  Tunmee2, Yuko Aono1, Chanan Euaruksakunl2, Ukit Rittihong2, Yuki Hirata1, Naoto Ohtake1, Hiroki Akasaka1

1. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. Synchrotron Light Research Institute (Thailand)

8P-26

Detection of oriented sp2 hybridized carbon structure in amorphous carbon film

Naoki Umada1, Kazuhiro Kanda2, Masato Niibe2, Yuki Hirata1, Naoto Ohtake1, *Hiroki Akasaka1

1. Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. University of Hyogo (Japan)

8P-27

Carbon nanotubes reinforced zinc silicate ceramic composites for thermal enhancement in phosphor material

*Kar Fei Chan1, Shahira Liza2, Hidetoshi Miyazaki3, Masaki Tanemura3, Yazid Yaakob1,3

1. Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia), 2. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malaysia), 3. Nagoya Institute of Technology (Japan)

8P-28

Impact of the multi-layer graphene for 3D power supply on chip

*Ayano Furue1, Satoshi Matsumoto1, Masataka Hasegawa2

1. Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan), 2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)

8P-29

NanoMRI for measuring radical production in stressed skin tissues

*Siyu Fan1, Romana Schirhagl1

1. University of Groningen (Netherlands)

8P-30

Parameters influencing the antibacterial properties of diamond coatings for bioengineering applications

*Aude Cumont1, Haitao Ye1

1. University of Leicester (UK)

8P-31

Fabrication of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Electrodes on Titanium Substrates by Coaxial Arc Plasma Deposition

*Hiroshi Naragino1, Hiroki Hashiguchi1, Lama Abdelbaset1, Abdelrahman Zkria2, Tsuyoshi Yoshitake1

1. Interdiscip. Grad. Sch. Eng. Sci., Kyushu University (Japan), 2. E-JUST Center, Kyushu University (Japan)

8P-32

Synthesis of graphene oxide with high structural regularity

*Tatsuki Tsugawa1, Kazuto Hatakeyama2, Junko Matsuda3, Michio Koinuma2, Shintaro Ida2

1. Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University (Japan), 2. Institute of Industrial Nanomaterials, Kumamoto University (Japan), 3. Internationnal Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University  (Japan)

8P-33

Correlation of colloidal, spectroscopic, and electrical properties in hydrogenated nanodiamonds of different types

*Stepan Stehlik1,2, Daria Miliaieva2, Ekaterina Shagieva2, Jan Cermak2, Ondrej Szabo2, Oleksandr Romanyuk2, Alexander Kromka2, Bohuslav Rezek3, Mikhail Kondrin4, Evgeny A. Ekimov4

1. New Technologies _ Research Centre, University of West Bohemia (Czech Republic), 2. Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic), 3. Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic), 4.

8P-34

Temperature During Ion implantation and Annealing and its Role on Spin Properties of NV Centers for Applications as Nanoscale Sensors

*Johannes Lang1,2, Sandra Kuerpick1, Christoph Findler1,2, Christian Osterkamp1,2, Fedor Jelezko1

1. Institute for Quantum Optics, Ulm University (Germany), 2. Diatope GmbH (Germany)

8P-35

Detecting nitrogen-vacancy-hydrogen centers on the nanoscale using nitrogen-vacancy centers as local sensors in CVD-diamond

*Christoph Findler1,2, Gerhard Wolff1, Karolina Schuele1, Remi Blinder1,  Priyadharshini Balasubramanian1, Johannes Lang1,2, Christian Osterkamp1,2, Fedor Jelezko1

1. Institute for Quantum Optics, Ulm University (Germany), 2. Diatope GmbH (Germany)

8P-36

High T1 spin coherence time in nitrogen-doped CVD-grown nanodiamonds for chemical and biological sensing

*Jeroen Prooth1, Michael Petrov1, Hans-Gerd Boyen1, Milos Nesladek1

1. Institute for Materials Research (IMO), Hasselt University (Belgium)

8P-37

Mg-related colour centres fabricated in diamond: fabrication and characterization

*Elena Nieto Hernandez1,2,4, Vanna Pugliese1, Greta Andrini2,4,3, Emilio Corte 1,2,4, Sviatoslav Ditalia Tchernij1,2,4, Angelo Costa5, Goele Magchiels5, Janni Moens5, Malven  Tunhuman5, Renan Villareal5, André  Vantomme5, Lino Da Costa Pereira5, João Galamba Correia6, Ulrich Wahl6, Ettore Bernardi4, Ivo Pietro Degiovanni4, Paolo Traina4, Marco Genovese4, Paolo Olivero1,2,4, Jacopo Forneris1,2,4

1. Physics department, University of Turin (Italy), 2. Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, sezione di Torino (Italy), 3. Department of Electronics and Communications, Politecnico di Torino (Italy), 4. Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica  (Italy), 5. Department of Physics and Astronomy, Quantum Solid State Physics, KU Leuven  (Germany), 6. Centro de Ciências e Tecnologias Nucleares, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal)

8P-38

Far field fluorescence profile of a negatively-charged nitrogen-vacancy colour centre in a nano-diamond

*Qiang Sun1, Taras Plakhotnik2, Andrew D. Greentree1

1. RMIT University (Australia), 2. The University of Queensland (Australia)

8P-39

Towards efficient voltage sensing with nitrogen-vacancy centers in nanodiamonds

*Roy Allen Styles1

1. Centre for Nanoscale Biophotonics - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia)

8P-40

Characterization and optimization of NV centers in CVD diamond for sensing applications

*Tingpeng Luo1, Lukas Lindner1, Julia Langer1, Volker Cimalla1, Vidal Xavier1, Felix Hahl1, Christoph  Schreyvogel1, Shinobu Onoda2, Shuya Ishii2, Takeshi Ohshima2, Di Wang3, David A. Simpson3, Brett C. Johnson4, Capelli Marco5,  Rémi Blinder6, Jeske Jan1

1. Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics (IAF) (Germany), 2. National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (QST) (Japan), 3. School of Physics, University of Melbourne (Australia), 4. School of Engineering, RMIT University (Australia), 5. School of Science, RMIT University (Australia), 6. Institut f¨ur Quantenoptik, University of Ulm (Germany)

8P-41

All fluorescent nanodiamonds have plate- or rod-like shapes

*Philipp Reineck1

1. ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics & School of Science, RMIT University (Australia)

8P-42

Self-Reporting Fluorescent Nanodiamond Quantum Sensors for the Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide Molecules

*Priyadharshini Balasubramanian1, Yingke Wu2, Fedor Jelezko1, Tanja Weil2

1. Institute for Quantum Optics (Germany), 2. Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (Germany)