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Myfab and NorFab User Meeting 2015

Lund Nano Lab, Lund, 21-22 April

Welcome to attend and contribute to the Myfab and NorFab User Meeting 2015 at Lund Nano Lab, Lund University, 21 – 22 April! This is the fourth Myfab user meeting and the second joint meeting with Norwegian NorFab. We look forward to two days of interesting presentations, visit to the Lund Nano Lab, technical workshops and presentations of your work at the poster session.

The registration is now closed.
 

QUESTIONS/CONTACT

Questions about the user meeting should be directed to:

·        Thomas Swahn, thomas.swahn@chalmers.se,

·        Cristina Andersson, cristina.andersson@chalmers.se  or

·        Ivan Maximov, ivan.maximov@ftf.lth.se

 

We look forward to meeting you!

Thomas Swahn, Director Myfab and Kay Gastinger, Director NorFab 

www.myfab.se | www.norfab.no
 

 

Program Myfab and Norfab User Meeting 2015

Last Updated 3/11/2015 11:06:00 AM
By: Peter Modh

Tuesday April 21

10:00

Registration and coffe, sign up for lab tours, mounting of posters

10:20 Thomas Swahn and Kay Gastinger, presentation of Myfab and Norfab, Aula Kårhuset
10:40 Lars Samuelson, Lund University,
"From 1st Lund Nano Lab 1990 to world-leading nano-research and promising spin-out companies", Aula Kårhuset
Prof. Lars Samuelson is recognized world-wide for his innovative research on one-dimensional semiconductor nanowires for applications in photonics, electronics and the life-sciences. Prof. Samuelson is the founder of the Nanometer Structure Consortium at Lund University, started in 1988, which serves as the main nanoscience center in Sweden.
11:20 Lennart Ramberg,,entrepreneur, business developer,
"My billion dollar clean-room experience", Aula Kårhuset
Dr. Lennart Ramberg, have had a fascinating career where he over the years has played several key roles: -in introducing InP HBT technology in Sweden, -in developing SiC technology for ABB, -in starting companies such as Altitun, and Ascilion etc. Currently Lennart acts as a business developer and entrepreneur.
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 16:45

Thematic seminars, Annexet separate rooms

The thematic seminars consist of 50-minutes presentations including time for questions and
discussion. The presentations aim to educate in techniques and tools with a practical approach.
The themes of the thematic seminars are: Analysis, Thin film technologies, Etching technologies and Lithography.
Analysis, room MA2 Thin Film technologies, room MA3 Etching technologies, room MA4 Lithography, room MA5
13:30-14:20 HRTEM and microanalysis at inferfaces, Reiner Wallenberg, Lund University, Sweden and Jacob Birkedal Wagner, CEN, DanChip, Copenhagen, Denmark Vacuum and Thin Film Technology (together with Etching Technologies), Per Eklund, Linköping University, Sweden Vacuum and Thin Film Technology (together with Thin Film Technologies), Per Eklund, Linköping, Sweden Electron Beam Lithography, Tine Greibe, DTU, Denmark
14:30-15:20 Non-destructive measurements of 2D materials, nanoscale thin films, membranes and lamellae by SEM-EDS, Christian Lang, Oxford Instruments, UK Atomic Layer Deposition, Tobias Törndal, Uppsala University, Sweden Plasma Etching:  Fundamentals, Mechanisms, Applications, David Lishan, PlasmaTherm, USA Thermo Scanning Probe Lithography, Felix Holzner, Swisslitho, Switzerland
15:20-15:50 Coffee
15:50-16:40 AFM measurement technology, Matthew Fielden, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden New Advances in Plasma Deposition, Owain Thomas, Oxford Instruments, UK Ion Beam Etching, Mats Hagberg, Chalmers, Sweden Applications of Nanoimprint Lithography, Ican Maximov, Lund University and Babak Heidari, Obducat AB, Sweden
16:40 - 18:30 Poster Session
Corridor in Annexet
19:30 Dinner, Grand Hotel

Wednesday April 22

09:00 - 11:10

Thematic seminars, Annexet separate rooms

The thematic seminars consist of 50-minutes presentations including time for questions and
discussion. The presentations aim to educate in techniques and tools with a practical approach.
The themes of the thematic seminars are: Analysis, Thin film technologies, Etching technologies and Lithography.
Analysis, room MA2 Thin Film technologies, room MA3 Etching technologies, room MA4 Lithography, room MA5
09:00-09:50 Raman scattering as a tool to characterise materials on the microscale, Mats-Erik Pistol, Lund University, Sweden High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering (HiPIMS) talk, Joakim Andersson, Natl. Univ. of Singapore DRIE of Si, Anand Summanwar, SINTEF, Norway FIB lithography - nanostructuring using FIB, speakers to be announced
09:50-10:20 Coffee
10:20-11:10 "Characterization for fabrication and performance of nano- and microscale samples at the MAX IV laboratory", Anders Mikkelsen, Lund University Deposition of metals by plating, Leif Nyholm, Uppsala University,Sweden Dielectrics and cryogenic silicon plasma etching, Colin Welch, Oxford Instruments, UK Stepper lithography, Per-Erik Hellström, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
11:10 - 11:20 Break for move to Aula Kårhuset
11:20 - 12:00 Helinor Johnston Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
"Approaches used to assess the safety of nanoparticles", Aula Kårhuset
Dr. Helinor Johnston during the last several years has been active doing research in the field of environmental impacts of nanomaterials and persistant organic pollutants as well as detrimental effects of nanomaterials to human health, working in several research projects. Dr. Johnston is currently Deputy Director of the NanoSafety Research Group at Heriot-Watt University.
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Aula Kårhuset
13:00- 13:40 Peter Bøggild, DTU Nanotech, Copenhagen, Denmark,
"Challenges in large area graphene fabrication and characterisation" Aula Kårhuset
Prof. Peter Bøggild has the past five years been central in building a graphene community in Denmark and is involved large projects that seek to push graphene and other 2D materials towards applications, including the 1 billion euro Graphene Flagship project. His research concerns many aspects of 2D materials including fabrication, transfer, large-area characterisation, devices and applications.
13:40-14:00 Thomas Swahn and Kay Gastinger, Concluding remarks, closing of Myfab/Norfab user meeting, Aula Kårhuset
14:00-18:00 Lab Tours (optional), Tours of Lund Nano Lab, MAX-lab, MAX IV, choose one option
1: Lab tour to Lund Nano Lab (LNL). Up to 40 persons, groups of maximum 10 persons, preliminary times:
14.10 - 15.00, 15.00 - 15.50, 15.50 - 16.40, 16.40 - 17.30
2: Lab tour to MAX-lab, up to ≈60 people in groups of 10-20 persons per group.
The lab tours can start every 30 min with some overlap (several guides). Contact person Rainer Timm.
3: Lab tour at the MAX-IV, transportation with a bus. Maximum 30 persons.
suggested time 16.15 - 17.45. Contact persons Rainer Timm and J. Schnadt.