2013 II-VI Workshop
Embassy Suites Downtown Lakefront
October 1 - October 3, 2013, Chicago, Illinois
Link to hotel
This year, the U.S. II-VI Workshop will feature a tutorial on Monday, September 30. The tutorial will be given by Dr. Michael A. Kinch of DRS Technologies, Dallas, TX, who will address the “Physics of HgCdTe Infrared Detectors” and the “Challenges of Background Limited Room Temperature Photon Detection”. The tutorial welcomes all interested and registered U.S. II-VI workshop participants. Workshop committee particularly encourages graduate students, post-docs and junior researchers to attend the tutorial and explore the topic in detail and tap into the experience of and network with the well-established researchers.
Tutorial Registration: Due to limited space, the registration is mandatory. Please complete the tutorial registration by using the online or pdf version of the workshop registration form. If you wish to withdraw your participation in the tutorial session, please contact Alicia Waldron at 212-460-8090 ext.216 or email@example.com by Monday, September 23.
Tutorial Registration Fee: There is no additional registration fee for attending the tutorial.
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Tutorial Abstracts: Click to see abstract
Location/Room: Chicago River Ballroom
For a prompt start of the tutorial session, the tutorial attendees are strongly encouraged to pick up their badges and registration packages by 5:45 PM on Monday September 30 from the registration desk located at the pre-function area.
Best Student Paper Award
The Best Student Paper award for 2012 workshop was presented to Mr. Alexandre Gaucher, a Ph.D. candidate at the CEA-Léti, Minatec, France, for his presentation of the "Characterization of Plasma Etching Process Damages in HgCdTe." His thesis advisor is Professor Johan Rothman.
The Best Student Paper award for 2011 workshop was presented to Ms. Anne M. Itsuno, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, for her presentation "MBE Grown Single Element HgCdTe nBn Infrared Detectors." Her thesis advisor is Professor Jamie D. Phillips. Read more...
Dr. Nibir K. Dhar
Defense Advanced Research Project Agency
Selected Focus Topics
- Emerging Infrared Detector Technologies
- Multi-Band Detectors
- Near-Room-Temperature IR Devices
- HgCdTe Avalanche Photodiodes
- Material Growth and Modeling
- Substrates for HgCdTe:CdZnTe and Alternatives
- Structural Characterization
- Doping Issues in HgCdTe
- Radiation Detectors
- Solar Cells
- Integration of 6.1-Å II-VI and III-V Materials
The scope of the Workshop includes the basic physics and chemistry of all II-VI materials and their applications...Read More...
Please register for the Workshop and Hotel from the links available under the "Important Links" menu.
2013 Workshop Co-Chairs
Dr. Herb Schaake
EPIR Technologies Inc.
Dr. Siva Sivananthan
University of Illinois at Chicago
October 1 - October 3, 2013
Embassy Suites Chicago, Downtown Lakefront
Palisades Convention Management
The 2013 II-VI Workshop
Attn: Alicia Waldron
411 Lafayette Street, Suite 201
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-460-8090 x216
Department of Physics (M/C 273)
845 W. Taylor Str. Room 2360 SES
Chicago, IL 60607
Proceedings Published in:
TMS, Journal of Electronics Materials