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The Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW) is the premier forum for science, technology and applications of compound semiconductors. ​

17/05/2020 to 21/05/2020
When: 17/05/2020
Where: The Brewery
Stockholm, SE - 
Contact: +46 31 708 86 90

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The Compound Semiconductor Week (CSW) is the premier forum for science, technology and applications of compound semiconductors.

CSW2020 will be held at The Brewery with waterfront location in central Stockholm, Sweden, May 17–21, 2020. CSW2020 follows a series of successful meetings last held in Berlin, Germany (2017), Boston, USA (2018) and Nara, Japan (2019), each attracting about 450 participants. As in previous years, CSW joins its predecessors ISCS and IPRM in one event. CSW 2020 is the joint venue for the 47th International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors (ISCS) and the 32nd International Conference on Indium Phosphide and Related Materials (IPRM). 


The organizers are looking forward to receiving your abstracts with the most recent and exciting developments on compound semiconductors. 

At the request of many, we have extended the abstract submission deadline to
15 Feb 2020. You can already register now for the conference.


Conference Topics

  • Epitaxy and Semiconductor Processing
  • High-frequency devices
  • Power Electronics
  • Photonic devices and related technologies
  • Nanostructures, Novel Materials and Characterization
  • Novel Device Concepts, Physics, Spintronics, Ferroelectrics, etc.
  • Wide-bandgap materials
  • Nanocarbon and 2D Materials
  • Organic Semiconductors and Flexible Electronics


The following plenary talks are confirmed

·       Prof. John Bowers, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
Epitaxial Growth of Quantum Dot Lasers on Silicon for Photonic Integrated Circuits

·       Prof. Masataka Higashiwaki, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan

Gallium Oxide: The Star of Hope for Compound Semiconductors?

·       Prof. Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich(Swiss Federal Institute of Techology in Zurich), Switzerland

Semiconductor disk lasers and SESAMs: material and design optimization

·       Prof. Susumu Noda, Kyoto University, Japan

Progress in Photonic Crystals From Fundamental to State of the Arts for Society 5.0


Opportunity to follow the short courses

  • Prof. Mietek Bakowski, RISE, Sweden

Wide bandgap power devices: device strategies exemplified with 4H-SiC

  • Prof. Roberto Fornari, Università di Parma, Italy

Single crystals and epilayers of oxide semiconductors: growth technology and properties

  • Dr. Richard Schatz, KTH, Stockholm

Modulation and noise of semiconductor lasers

  • Dr. Zhenxing Wang, AMO GmbH, Aachen, Germany

2D Materials and devices


Women-in-STEM symposium

Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) symposium by experienced researchers to promote personal and professional growth of younger researchers.


Attractive social events

·       Boat trip on the lake Mälaren

·       Reception at Stockholm City Hall where Noble Prize Banquet takes place,

·       Conference Dinner in the famous Vasa Museum,


Please check our website,, for the most up-to-date information.


The organirs are look forward to welcoming you to Stockholm in May this year for CSW 2020. Please do not forget to submit your abstracts by February 15, 2020!


Sebastian Lourdudoss

CSW 2020 General Chair

KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

Mattias Hammar

CSW 2020 Technical Program Chair

KTH, Stockholm, Sweden


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