Epitaxy Pre-registration deadline!

Ed Myers edmyers at stanford.edu
Thu Jan 14 12:27:29 PST 2010


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>2010 LAWRENCE SYMPOSIUM ON EPITAXY
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>February 24th (Wed.) - 26th (Fri.), 2010
>at the Millennium Resort, Scottsdale, AZ, 85253
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>Plenary and invited speakers.
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>John Bowers Microwave hybrid InGaAlAs-silicon photonics, UCSB
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>Scott A Chambers, Epitaxial growth & properties of thin film oxides, 
>Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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>Uli Dhamen, Advances in aberration-corrected microscopy, Lawrence 
>Berkeley National Labs
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>Russell Dupuis, Recent advances in MOCVD growth of III-N 
>semiconductors, Georgia Tech
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>Marty Green, Si solar cell development, University of New South Wales
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>Art Gossard, Fast photodectors, UCSB
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>Walter de Heer, Epitaxy of graphite, graphene, & carbon nanotubes, 
>Georgia Tech
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>David Herame, High speed silicon germanium electronics, IBM
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>Richard King, Quest to record performance III-V tandem solar cells, Spectrolab
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>Vladimir Matias, Critical issues in growing textured superconductors 
>on tapes, Sandia National Laboratories
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>David Muller, Advances in aberration-corrected  microscopy, Cornell University
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>Shuji Nakamura, LED materials fundamentals & current challenges, UCSB
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>Frances M Ross, In-situ microscopy, IBM
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>Lars Samuelson, Epitaxial nanowires for electronics and photonics 
>applications,  Lund University
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>BANQUET SPEAKER, Marlene Bourne, Exciting recent advances in micro & 
>nanotechnology, Bourne Research LLC
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>Steering Committee
>Nathan Newman (chair), Arizona State University
>Subhash Mahajan, Arizona State University
>Chris Palmstrom, U.C. Santa Barbara
>Michael Richardson, Silicon Quest International
>McDonald Robinson, Lawrence Semiconductor
>   Research Laboratory
>Darrell Schlom, Cornell University
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>Attention: Pre-registration ends tomorrow, January 15th, 2010! If 
>you've been putting off your registration for the Lawrence Symposium 
>on Epitaxy, your time to pre-register at a reduced rate is nearly 
>gone. Take it from all of us here at Silicon Quest International - 
>register now, while there's still time!
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>This workshop provides a forum for presentations and discussions of 
>recent developments, critical issues and potential future directions 
>in the investigation of epitaxy.  This forum will address 
>fundamental and practical challenges in materials that are used in 
>advanced photovoltaic, light emitting diodes, high power, high speed 
>digital and microwave devices.  Participation is limited to 150 
>attendees to keep it both interactive & yet comprehensive. Areas of 
>particular interest include, but not limited to:
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>    * Kinetics and thermodynamics of growth
>    * Engineered precursors for MOCVD and MBE synthesis
>    * State of the Art in-situ and ex-situ Characterization Methods
>    * Integration of Dissimilar Materials
>        * Phase segregation and ordering
>        * Nucleation and coalescence
>        * Charge imbalance at hetero-interfaces and their influence 
> on morphology
>        * Origins of threading dislocations in lattice mismatched structures
>        * Dislocation reduction using novel schemes (e.g. buffer 
> layer, lateral epitaxial growth, interfacial nanoepitaxy, Si3N4 
> masks and diffusion bonding)
>        * Mechanism for establishing orientation relationships in 
> lattice-mismatched systems
>    * Epitaxial properties and influence on device behavior
>        * LEDs
>        * Photovoltaic devices
>        * High power semiconductor electronics
>        * High speed digital and microwave device
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>Important deadlines
>    * Abstract:  Jan 15, 2010
>    * Student support request: Jan 15, 2010
>    * Early registration: Jan 15, 2010
>    * Hotel registration: Jan 24, 2010
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