‘Bring the Nanoworld Together’ India

‘Bring the Nanoworld Together’ India
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata & Oxford Instruments
24-25th November 2014
Agenda: 24th November: PLENARY sessions
Emerging Materials for Nanoscale Devices - Fabrication & Characterisation
9:30 - 9:40
Registration & Coffee
9:40 - 9:45
Welcome & Intro by Anurag Tandon, Managing Director OI India
9:45 – 10:00
Welcome & Intro by Oxford Instruments
Dr. Mark Sefton, Oxford Instruments
10:00 – 10:15
Welcome & Intro to SINP
SINP professor
10:15-10.45
Single Nanowire devices : Concept, fabrication and applications
Prof. A.K Raychaudhuri, Distinguished Professor,
S.N.Bose National Center for Basic Sciences.
10:45-11:15
Talk by S. N Bose Professor ,
Prof. Milind Sanyal
11:15 -11:30
Break
11:30 – 12.00
Nanoelectronics with graphene
Prof. Mandar Deshmukh, Tata Institute of Fundamental
Research, Mumbai
12:00 – 12:20
Clarifications on the Wettability of Graphene
Dr. Matteo Chiesa, Masdar Institute of Science and
Technology, Abu Dhabi
12:20 – 12:40
Growth and characterization of graphene and 2 dimensional materials
Dr. Ravi Sundaram , Oxford Instruments
12:40 – 13:00
Analysis of 2D materials and nanoscale layers in the SEM
Dr Christian Lang, Nanoanalysis
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch
14:00 – 14:30
Growth and characterization of III-Nitride nanostructures
Prof Nagarajan, Department of Micro and
Nanosciences, Aalto University, Finland (PT)
14:30 – 14:50
Deposition materials for next generation dielectrics
Dr David Haynes, Plasma Technology
14:50 - 15:20
Magnetoresistance and Magnetocaloric effect in Magnetic Nanostructures
Prof. Indranil Das, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
15:20 – 15:40
Q-Plus Atomic Force Microscopy – fascinating new results and applications
Dr Markus Maier, Omicron
15:40-16:00
Break
16:00 - 16.30
Physics and Applications of Nanostructures and Nanomaterials
Prof. M.S.R Rao, IIT Madras (Nanoscience)
16:30 – 16:40
Introduction to the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials
Dr Andrew Collins, University of Bristol, UK
16:40-17:10
Electrochemical design of Pt-based Bimetallic Catalysts
17:10-18.00
Workshop: How to write a good technical paper? And get it published
18.00 – 19.00
Drinks reception for all delegates
Dr Natasa Vasiljevic, University of Bristol, UK
Nicola Gulley, IOP UK
Agenda Day: 25th November 2014 Kolkata
Fabrication
Characterisation
Time
Talk title
9:30-9:45
Registration & Coffee
9:30-10:00
Semiconductor Nanowires for
Photovoltaic applications
Prof. Silke Christiansen, MaxPlanck-Institute for the Science of
Light
Scanning Probe Microscopy study of Graphene
Nanoribbon-manganite (GNR-LSMO) complex for
magnetoelectronics applications
Dr Suvarna, DIAT, Pune
10:00-10:30
ALD application for power semi and
advanced materials
Saleem Shabbir, Plasma
Technology
Piezo Force Microscopy on Ferroelectric and
Thermoelectric Semiconductors.
Dr Goutam Sheet , IISER Mohali
10:30-10:45
Break
10:45-11:15
Atomic Layer Deposition in
Nanoelectronics and PECVD in Thin
Film Photovoltaics
Dr Sekhar Bhattacharya,
SSN Research Centre
Introduction to Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)
Technology and Capabilities
Dr. Manju Kumar, Oxford Instruments
Asylum Research
11:15-11:45
Role of gate dielectric and interfacial
electronic structure in performance of
Organic Thin Film Transistor
Prof. Manabendra Mukherjee, Saha
Institute of Nuclear Physics
(Omicron)
Measuring Viscoelastic Properties Using AFMBased Nanomechanical Techniques
Kishore Kumar, Oxford Instruments
Asylum Research
11:45 -12:45
Lunch/Poster Session
12:45 -13:15
Compound semiconductors talk
Dr David Haynes, Plasma
Technology
Fabric analysis of naturally deformed rocks using
EBSD
Prof Manish Mamtani, IIT-Kharagpur
13.15-13.45
Ion beam etch and deposition, with
applications for IR coating, ring laser
gyroscopes
Plasma Technology
Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction’: extending EBSD
to the nanoscale
Dr Jenny Goulden, Nanoanalysis
13.45 -14.15
Processes for MEMS: deep Si etch,
cryo and deposition
Mike Steele, Plasma Technology
Pushing the boundaries of nanoanalysis in the
electron microscope
Dr Christian Lang, Nanoanalysis
14.15-14.45
Break
14.45-15.15
Film Technique Solutions for
analytical Cluster UHV Systems
Michael Treber, Omicron
Quantum devices and advanced materials
applications in Cryofree low and ultra-low
temperature tools
Dr John Burgoyne, NanoScience
15.15-15.45
Low temperature process
developments in ICP PECVD
Saleem Shabbier, Plasma
Technology
New Generation of High Field Superconducting
Magnets for Nanotechnology Applications
Dr Ziad Melhem, Nanoscience
Enabling Super-Resolution Microscopy: The
cameras behind Nobel Laureates
Andor Dr Andrew Dennis
15:45-16:15
16:15-16:30
Closing session
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Registration & Coffee
Lunch/Poster Session
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