UK Semiconductors 2018 Timetable is available to view
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All aspects of semiconductor research are covered in the program including materials science, physics and engineering.
Materials:- Epitaxy, fabrication, characterization and theoretical properties of Si, Ge, III-Vs (including III-Nitrides), II-Vs, organic semiconductors, hybrid organic/inorganic systems and perovskites. Bulk materials and nanostructures including quantum dots/wires/wells and superlattices. 2D materials including transition metal dichalcogenides.
Physics:- Electronic and optical properties, photonic bandgap structures ,spintronics, quantum information processing, resonant tunnelling, transport, and magnetic semiconductors.
Engineering:- All electronic devices from single electron structures through to high-mobility transistors and post Si-C-MOS. All optoelectronic devices from LEDs , laser diodes and photodetectors, through to cutting-edge, high-power lasers and photovoltaics.
Eric Tournié (University of Montpellier) “GaSb-based materials and devices: the IR toolbox”
Arne Ludwig (Ruhr University Bochum) “Towards low noise semiconductor quantum dots”
Amalia Patanè (University of Nottingham) “From epitaxy to science and processing technologies of novel van der Waals crystals”
Anna Barnett (University of Sussex) “Advances in Wide Bandgap Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors”
IOP Semiconductor Physics Group Thesis Prize Talk:
James Dimmock (Sharp Laboratories) “Generating and Exploiting Hot-Carriers in a Metallic Solar Cell”
Diana Huffaker (Cardiff University) “III-V Nanowire Heterostructures on Silicon-on-Insulator for Silicon Photonics Applications”
Andres Castellanos-Gomez (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid) “Towards strain tunable optoelectronic devices”
Stephan Hofmann (University of Cambridge) CVD growth of 2D materials
A: Physics in Semiconductors
B: Optical Devices
C: Electronic Devices
D: Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures
E: Mid-IR and THz
F: Organics, Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Semiconductors & Perovskites
G: Wide Bandgap Semiconductors (including III-Nitrides)
H: 2D materials