Wednesday, June 20, 2007: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Snake River (Boise Centre on the Grove)
Semiconductor Materials
Present day semiconductor materials are used in electronics, MEMS, and chemical micro sensors. These materials include low and high- films, chemical vapor deposition precursors, phase-change materials, self-assembled layers/ arrays, and nanostructures such as nanotubes. Furthermore, manipulation and characterization of these materials is critical to their application. This symposium provides a forum to present novel semiconductor materials and advanced surface analysis methods.
Sponsor: Micron Technology, American Chemical Society and AAAS Pacific Division
Organizer:Sandra L. Tagg
Presider:Sandra L. Tagg
1:00 PMPreparation and characterization of V-VI (Bi2Te3-related) semiconductor superlattices from amorphous precursors
Clay D. Mortensen, Raimar Rostek, David C. Johnson
1:30 PMAb Initio simulation of Sulphur passivation of GaAs and High-k HfO2 on GaAs
Zhiyong Zhang
2:00 PMNovel Dyes for DSSCs using Highly Conjugated Heterocyclic Ligands
Dominic X. Denty, Adam C. Colson, Joshua J. Pak, Rene G. Rodriguez, Lisa D. Lau
2:30 PMVibrational Sum-Frequency Spectroscopy Measurements of Molecular Interactions at the Fluorocarbon/Water Interface
Adam J. Hopkins, Geraldine L. Richmond
3:00 PMBreak
3:20 PMChalcogenide bilayer materials used to create multi-state resistance variable devices
Kristy A. Campbell, Morgan G. Davis, Jeffrey M. Peloquin
3:50 PMThe Formation of Copper Indium Disulfide Nanoparticles in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
Rene Rodriguez, Robert V. Fox, Harry W. Rollins, Endrit Shurdha, Joshua Pak, Joseph S. Gardner
4:20 PMImproved Method for the Determination of Anions in Semiconductor-Grade Chemicals
Brian Luckenbill, Pranathi Perati, David Knowles

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