RADIATE Summer School

Astrid Berens
A virtual RADIATE “spring” school is taking place from 28-30 April 2021

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 spring school 2021

Originally planned to take place in conjunction with IBMM-2020, it has now been decided to move the school online as it cannot be foreseen when actual travel is possible again.

The RADIATE spring school 2021 will take place from 28-30 April and is organized by IST in Lisbon, Portugal. The health conditions responsible for postpone still impose an online organization but this will make us work harder to offer you a challenge event. The school will be an excellent ground for early researchers or PhD students to get familiar with the basics of Ion Beam Modification of Materials.

The first day will cover the fundamentals of ion solid interactions with emphasis on the modeling of physical processes to describe defect evolution and ion distributions. The relevant codes will be described and both the binary collision and molecular dynamics approaches will be addressed. During the second and third days, the most used software codes for damage analysis, profile studies and lattice site location of the implanted ions will be presented. At the end the students will be asked to give their opinion on the content and highlights of the school.

A group of world experts in the field will guarantee outstanding lectures contributing for the anticipated success of the School.

Spring School Program

 28 April29 April30 April
08:45-09:00WelcomeOpen connection Open connection
09:00-10:00Lecture 1
Ion-solid interactions fundamentals
(André Vantomme, KU Leuven)
Lecture 4
Tailoring material properties by ion implantation
(Katharina Lorenz, Instituto Superior Técnico)
Lecture 7
Swift Heavy Ion irradiation of materials
(Miguel Sequeira, University of Lisbon)
10:00-11:15Lecture 2
Ion and defect distributions: Monte Carlo simulation
(Wolfhard Moeller, HZDR)
Lecture 5
Empirical modelling of ion-beam induced damage formation
(Elke Wendler)
Lecture 8
Real time studies of ion interactions
(Stephen Donnelly, University of Huddersfield)
11:15-11:30Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
11:30-12:45Lecture 3
Molecular Dynamics simulation of Ion-solid interactions
(Flyura Djurabekova)
Lecture 6
Waveguide engineering by ion beams

(José Olivares)
Lecture 9
Towards Single Ion Implantation
(Roger Webb, University of Surrey)
12:45-13:15SummarySummaryConclusion