MSE-664 / 2 credits
Every 3 years
This course is designed to cover a series of important scientific aspects of surface science and to provide an in-depth review of their corresponding fundamentals. It is organised as a retreat over one week, with 9 modules consisting of presentations given by lecturers and the participants.
Please find information on the link below.
surface thermodynamics and kinetics, geometric and electronic structure determination, adsorbate-covered metal and oxide surfaces.
morphology, grain growth, texture, constrained film structures, amorphous films, simulation
Plasma, thin films, coatings, nanostructured films ,CVD, PACVD, PVD, sputtering.
scanning probe microscopy, STM, SFM (AFM), MFM
Participants should be educated in materials science, physics, chemistry or microtechnology to benefit the most from this course.
In the programs
- Subject examined: CCMX Winter School - Surface Science: Fundamentals, Properties and Selected Applications
- Lecture: 20 Hour(s)
- Exercises: 8 Hour(s)