Nano@Tech with Dr. Greg Book

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  • Date/Time:
    • Tuesday September 27, 2011
      12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Location: Room 1116, Marcus Nanotechnology Building
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Paul Turgeon
Microelectronics Research Center
404-894-4005 

Summaries

Summary Sentence: "Materials Characterization Techniques at the NRC"

Full Summary: Nano@Tech seminars continue with Dr. Greg Book, principal research engineer and assistant director for research at the Nanotechnology Research Center, on "Materials Characterization Techniques at the NRC."

Nano@Tech seminars continue with Dr. Greg Book, principal research engineer and assistant director for research at the Nanotechnology Research Center, on "Materials Characterization Techniques at the NRC."

Abstract:
When building up multiple layers of materials in fabricating CMOS, MEMS, optics, saw and other nano and micro scale devices, understanding the material composition and properties is very important. The final operation of the devices greatly depends on the properties of the materials used in the device;as well as the interfacial interaction between layers of materials. Within the NRC exist a plethora of materials characterization techniques for both structural and chemical analysis. This talk will serve as a "Capability Passdown" to the NRC user base ;as well as an explanation of how each technique works, and what information can be obtained from the available processes.

About the Speaker:
Greg Book is currently a principal research engineer at Georgia Tech. He received his Ph.D. in Material Science from Georgia Tech in 1996, and his B.S. from Northwestern State University in 1991. After completion of his Ph.D., Greg worked for Intel Corp. in Hillsboro, OR as a senior process engineer developing the processes for the next generation of mirco chips. He also held the position of senior materials engineer, managing the R&D process at two different substrate suppliers in Japan and Taiwan. While at Georgia Tech Greg has focused on the recruitment of external researchers into the NRC.

Due to current budget restraints, the Nano@Tech seminar Series will be providing lunch only to those who have preregistered. Please RSVP by Friday September 23, 2011 at the following link: http://www.mirc.gatech.edu/nanotech/addparticipant.php?id=39

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Seminar/Lecture/Colloquium
Keywords
fabrication and characterization, nano@tech, nanoscale, NRC
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  • Created On: Sep 16, 2011 - 8:47am
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