Thin Film Technology is pervasive in many applications, including microelectronics, optics, magnetic, hard and corrosion resistant coatings, micro-mechanics, etc.

Progress in each of these areas depends upon the ability to selectively and controllably deposit thin films - thickness ranging from tens of Ângströms to micrometers - with specified physical properties.This, in turn, requires control - often at the atomic level - of film microstructure and microchemistry.

There are a vast number of deposition methods available and in use today. However, all methods have their specific limitations and involve compromises with respect to process specifics, substrate material limitations, expected film properties, and cost.This makes it difficult to select the best  technique for any specific application. 

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Course 051 Thin Film Deposition at the Nanoscale: Mechanisms and Applications
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Uppsala, Sweden
Course 051 Thin Film Deposition at the Nanoscale: Mechanisms and Applications
May 06 - 10, 2019
Early Bird €2,565.00 Regular Price €2,850.00

Early Bird Price valid until: Mar 03, 2019

Instructor  Joe Green Element
Professor Joe Greene

Editor-in-Chief of Thin Solid Films; the D. B. Willett Professor of Materials Science and Physics, University of Illinois; Tage Erlander Professor of Physics, Linköping University; University Chaired Professor of Materials Science, National Taiwan Univ. Science and Technology; and Past Director of the Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory. T.

Professor Granqvist has been a member of the Continuing Education Institute-Europe Faculty since 1985.
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