RADIATE Summer School

Astrid Berens
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The RADIATE Summer Schools are aimed at doctoral students and early stage researchers wishing to understand the basic physics underlying ion beam techniques. Scientists wishing to refresh their knowledge are also welcome to sign up for summer schools.

RADIATE Virtual Summer School 2021 on Ion Beam Applications to Nanostructures

The RADIATE Summer School will take place on Zoom from 8-10 September 2021 and is organized by JYU. The school will be spread over three days of half-day lectures from 9 am to 1 pm CET.

Summer School Program

Wednesday, 8 September (all times are CET)
09:00-10:00Richard Wilhelm, Institute of Applied Physics, TU Wien, AustriaIntroduction to ion interaction with nanostructures
10:00-11:00Stefan Facsko, HZDR, GermanyPeriodic patterning on the nanoscale by ion beam irradiation
11:15-12:15Arkady Krasheninnikov, HZDR, GermanySimulations of irradiation-induced effects in 2D materials
Thursday, 9 September
09:00-10:00Claudia Fleischmann, imec / KU Leuven, BelgiumProbing 3D nanostructures buried in modern electronics devices
10:00-11:00István Rajta, MTA Atomki, Hungary 3D nanostructure fabrication by means of MeV proton beams (and other techniques)
11:00-11:15coffee break
11:15-12:15Flyura Djurabekova, University of Helsinki, Finland Modelling of single ion effects on buried nanostructures
12:15-13:15Johan Meersschaut, imec, Belgium3D nanostructures analyzed by means of RBS
Friday, 10 September
09:00-10:00Richard Wilhelm, Institute of Applied Physics, TU Wien, AustriaNanostructure formation by strong electronic excitations from slow highly charged ions and swift heavy ions
10:00-11:00Juha Muhonen, University of Jyväskylä, FinlandSingle ion implantation and qubits
11:00-11:15coffee break
11:15-12:15Gregor Hlawacek, HZDR, GermanyNanopatterning and characterization by means of focused ion beams
12:15-12:30Timo Sajavaara, University of Jyväskylä, FinlandSummary and final words

More details on the lectures will follow shortly.