3rd NanoCharm Workshop on Non-Destructive Real Time Process Control

13 - 15 October, 2010: Technical University of Berlin, Germany



Overview


The NanoCharM consortium aims to identify expertise and to establish a platform on the application of ellipsometry and polarimetry for the characterization of a large variety of nanomaterials and related devices.

Beyond doubt, a major advantage of these methods is among many other aspects the possibility to study and monitor growth processes or preparation steps.

The scope of the workshop is to identify and discuss new developments and demands in the community.

Important: No registration fee! The workshop is sponsored by NanoCharM project.

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Preliminary Programme


Wednesday morning 9:15 - opening of the workshop
Wednesday evening - welcome reception and poster session
Thursday evening - Berlin tour and social dinner
Friday 12:30 - end of the workshop



Invited Speakers*


  • Rob Collins
  • Karsten Hinrichs
  • Morten Kildemo
  • David Martin
  • Herbert Wormeester
  • Stefan Zollner

* Please note, this is a preliminary list of speakers and is subject to change.

There are also some speaking slots still available for the workshop. If you are interested in presenting at the workshop, please contact workshop@nanocharm.org



Selected Topics


  • Surface preparation
  • In-situ growth monitoring (MBE/MOCVD)
  • Close loop control
  • Advanced in-line applications
  • Hard- and software, manufacturer developments

E-mail: workshop@nanocharm.org



Workshop Location

The Workshop will be hosted by Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, in the Eugene-Paul-Wigner-Building in the center of Berlin. Hardenbergstrasse 36, D-10623 Berlin, Germany

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