8th International Workshop on High-Resolution Depth Profiling (HRDP8)Western Science


As it bcame available, information about various aspects of the program has been provided here or on one of the related pages available through the pull-down menu or the left navigation sidebar.

The HRDP8 Program/Abstract Book may be downloaded as a .pdf file (3 Mb).

The titles of most presentations are linked to the presentations as .pdf files (0.7 - 6.4 Mb); the presentations may be found here.

HRDP8 began with registration (15:00 - 20:00) and a reception (18:30 - 21:00) on Sunday evening, August 7, 2016 in London Hall. 

Oral sessions began on Monday morning at 09:00 in the Physics and Astronomy Building, Room 148 and ended on Thursday at 12:15, followed by lunch in The Wave. 

The poster session and wine and cheese reception were held on Tuesday afternoon (16:00 - 17:30) in the Physics and Astronomy Atrium; student poster presenters participated in a competition with cash prizes provided by a generous donation from Professor Emeritus Ian Mitchell of the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Photos from the Poster Session and the Excursion may be found here.

We are delighted to announce the winners of the Student Poster Competition. 


Joshua Rideout, McMaster University

Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy with in situ ion implantation to investigate defects in semiconductors over a wide temperature range


Gabriel Marmitt, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

PowerMEIS: RBS/MEIS simulations using cloud computing


César Martínez-Flores, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Universal scaling of the electronic stopping cross section for swift heavy projectiles colliding with atoms and molecules


Carolyn Cadogan, Western University

Synthesis and characterisation of silicon nanoclusters in alumina

There was an excursion to Niagara Falls, Ontario, including a boat tour which went quite close to the various falls, on Wednesday afternoon, August 10 followed by a banquet (casual dress) at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.

Photos from the Poster Session and the Excursion may be found here.

On Friday, August 12, 08:30 - 16:15 in the Physics and Astronomy Building, Room 148, there was a tutorial on techniques used in high-resolution depth profiling.  This workshop was intended primarily for students but attendance was open at no additional charge to everyone registered for HRDP8; you must have indicated your intention to attend on the registration form.  The presentations, as .pdf files, are available here.

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