Plasma Technology hosts webinar - Exploring flatlands-fabrication technology
14 October 2014

‘Exploring flatlands: fabrication technologies’
A free webinar hosted by Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology on 12th November 2014

One of the key technical challenges when working towards the commercial realisation of graphene and related 2D materials is the development of robust fabrication techniques for deposition, etching and integration with other processes in a device-fabrication facility.

Oxford Instruments will host a webinar on 12th November that will focus on recent advances in research from academic speakers at the forefront of their fields, as well as from Oxford Instruments scientists.

What you will gain from attending this webinar:

  • Understanding of the use of controlled etching processes for novel 2D heterostructures – by Dr Andrey V Kretinin (University of Manchester, UK)
  • Growth and characterization of graphene and hexagonal boron nitride via CVD and plasma-enhanced CVD – by Dr Ravi Sundaram (Oxford Instruments, UK)
  • Atomic layer deposition for the fabrication of high-k dielectrics and metal contacts on graphene – by Dr A A Bol (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)

Comments Frazer Anderson, Research Business Group Director at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, ‘Oxford Instruments is opening up the fascinating world of graphene and other 2D materials with our innovative toolbox of techniques and products, for all stages of research through to production, helping our partners to reveal even more of the nano-world. This webinar examines various aspects of research undertaken by our partners and our company, using our advanced instrumentation.’

As a leading supplier of high technology tools and systems for research and industry, specialising in equipment that can fabricate, manipulate, characterise and analyse matter at the nanoscale, Oxford Instruments engages with its customers to enable graphene research, tailoring these systems to suit customer requirements.

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