International Symposium on Semiconductors: Defects, Doping and Diffusion (IS2D3)
Department of Physics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
An International Symposium on Semiconductors: Defects, Doping and Diffusion (IS2D3) is being organised at the University of Oslo in honour of Professor Bengt G. Svensson to celebrate his 60th Birthday and to acknowledge his pioneering and sustained contributions to semiconductors, especially defects, doping and diffusion.
This symposium will feature both invited and contributed papers (oral as well as posters). One page abstracts on an A4 page are sought on the following topic areas.
- group IV, II-VI, III-V and oxide semiconductors
- growth of bulk, thin films and nanostructures
- ion implantation processing
- ion beam analysis including Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry, Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
- electrical characterisation including Hall effect, I-V, C-V, Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy, Scanning Spread Resistance Microscopy, Scanning Capacitance Microscopy
- optical characterisation, e.g. photoluminescence, local vibrational mode spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
- point defects, extended defects, doping, diffusion
- theoretical modelling, simulations
Dr Wolfgang Skorupa has kindly agreed to give and organ concert in Uranienborg church on October 23 (Wednesday) at 2000. All symposium participants are warmly welcomed to attend.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
|Dr.||Vittorio Privitera||CNR IMM, Italy|
|Dr.||Wolfgang Skorupa||Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany|
|Prof.||Anders Hallén,||KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden|
|Prof.||Chennupati Jagadish,||Australian National University, Australia|
|Prof.||Jim Williams||Australian National University, Australia|
|Prof.||Jan Linnros||KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden|
|Prof.||Arne Nylandsted Larsen||Aarhus University, Denmark|
|Prof.||Magnus Willander||Linkoping University, Sweden|
|Dr.||Ulrike Grossner||ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland|
|Prof.||Nguyen T. Son||Linkoping University, Sweden|
|Prof.||Erik Janzén||Linkoping University, Sweden|
|Dr.||Antonino La Magna||CNR IMM, Italy|
|Dr.||Jose Coutinho||Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal|
|Prof.||Lennart Lindström||Lund University, Sweden|
|Dr.||Dominique Mangelinck||IM2NP, France|
|Dr.||Roberta Nipoti||CNR IMM, Italy|
|Dr.||Joackim Grillenberger||Pauls Scherrer Institut, Switzerland|
|Dr.||Vladimir. P. Markevich||The University of Manchester, England|
|Prof.||Tony Peaker||The University of Manchester, England|
|Dr.||Leonid Murin||NAS Belarus, Belarus|
|Prof.||Jean F Barbot||Universite Poitiers, France|
|Dr.||Ioana Pintilie||Natl. Inst. Mat. Phys., Bucharest, Romania|
|Dr.||Margareta K. Linnarsson||KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden|
Registration and abstract submission
Contact the Symposium organizers.
Conference venue and transport
The conference venue is located at the University of Oslo, and is easily reached by public transport.
Information about transport can be found here.
Examples of accommodation:
|Associate Professor Lasse Vines||Professor Chennupati Jagadish|
|Department of Physics||Research School of Physics & Eng.|
|University of Oslo||Australian National University|
|Postboks 1048 Blindern||Canberra, ACT 0200|
|0316 Oslo, Norway||Australia|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|