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ROMJIST is a publication of Romanian Academy,
Section for Information Science and Technology

Editor – in – Chief:
Radu-Emil Precup

Honorary Co-Editors-in-Chief:
Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu
Gheorghe Stefan

Secretariate (office):
Adriana Apostol
Adress for correspondence: romjist@nano-link.net (after 1st of January, 2019)

Editing of the printed version: Mihaela Marian (Publishing House of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest)

Technical editor
of the on-line version:
Lucian Milea (University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest)

Sponsor:
• National Institute for R & D
in Microtechnologies
(IMT Bucharest), www.imt.ro

ROMJIST Volume 25, No. 2, 2022, pp. 166-169
 

RALUCA MÜLLER, MIRON ADRIAN DINESCU
Editorial: Special Issue on Electronics, Microtechnologies and Materials Science

ABSTRACT: This special issue presents a selection of extended contributions of best papers, proposed by the chairmen of the International Semiconductor Conference (CAS 2021). One of the oldest annual scientific events in Europe, at its 44th edition in 2021, the CAS conference is a prestigious forum for sharing high level scientific and innovative research results in the field of electronics and micro- and nanotechnologies. Since 1978 the conference was organized by ICCE Bucharest as an Annual Semiconductor Conference. In 1991, CAS became international and changed its name to International Semiconductor Conference. Starting with 1995, the conference is an IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) event, being sponsored by the IEEE EDS (Electron Devices Society). Since 1997, the organizer of CAS has been the National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies - IMT Bucharest (www.imt.ro) and the conference profile was extended from semiconductor device physics and technology (including semiconductor materials and microelectronics) to micro- and nanotechnologies, micro-nanoelectronics. Nanostructures and nanostructured materials are also considered. The program of the 2021 edition included 82 selected and invited presentations, 77 regular papers grouped in 15 conference sessions, presented by specialists from 20 counties (Algeria, Austria, Belgium, China, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, United States) facilitating a real multinational exchange of experiences and ideas. The program also included 5 sessions dedicated to students.

KEYWORDS: Editorial, Electronics, Microtechnologies, Materials Science

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