Plenary Speakers

Ania Bleszynski Jayich, U. California-Santa Barbara, Diamond Nanophotonics and Quantum Sensing
Rodney S. Ruoff, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea. The Diffusion of Carbon in Metals: Some New Insights.
Robert Nemanich, Arizona State University, Ultrawide Bandgap Power Electronics

Invited Speakers

Shery Chang, University of South Wales,
Nathalie de Leon,  Princeton University, USA  
Yasuaki Einaga, Keio University, Japan, Electrochemical CO2 reduction by boron-doped diamond electrodes
Alexander High, University of Chicago, Diamond membranes for integrated quantum technologies
Georgina Klemencic, University of Cardiff, UK, Superconducting diamond devices
Zhanqiang (Jack) Ma, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Exploring bipolar junction and electron-channel field-effect devices using diamond
Mahash Neupane, Army Research Laboratory, Simulations of Diamond Devices and Physics
Alastair Stacey, RMIT University, Melbourne,  Surface engineering of diamond for quantum applications: Understanding the surface and its effect on band-bending
David F. Storm, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Impurity-facilitated growth of cubic boron nitride by ion beam-assisted molecular beam epitaxy