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


On Friday, August 12, 2016, there was a tutorial on techniques used in high-resolution depth profiling.  This tutorial 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.

If you wiere not participating in HRDP8 but had wanted to attend the tutorial, you should have downloaded the registration form, completed it and returned it with payment or, if you wiere paying on site, the required information by July 25.

If you had registered to attend the tutorial, you should have come to the Atrium on the first floor of the Physics and Astronomy Building between 08:00 and 08:30 on Friday to pick up your badge, lunch ticket and a schedule.  If you wished to take notes the analog way, you should have been sure to bring plenty of paper and something with which to write.

The presentations, as .pdf files, are available, linked to each presenter's name.

Following is the updated schedule:

08:30   High-resolution depth profiling methods overview,
                                   presented by Lyudmila Goncharova, Western University

09:00   Nuclear reaction analysis and narrow profiling,
                                   presented by Fernanda Stedile, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

10:00   Coffee Break, Atrium

10:20   Medium energy ion scattering,
                                   presented by Jaap van den Berg, University of Huddersfield

11:20   Secondary ion mass spectrometry applications in materials characterization,
                                   presented by Stamen Dimov, Surface Science Western

12:20   Bag Lunch, Atrium

13:20   Positron annihilation for defect engineering and analysis for electronic materials,
                                   presented by Andy Knights, McMaster University and Peter Simpson, Western University

14:20   Neutron scattering and reflectivity for depth-profiled information,
                                   presented by Jamie Noël, Western University

All sessions will be held in the Physics and Astronomy Building, Room 148

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