The purpose of this Workshop is to bring together the
industrial, governmental, and academic communities
that work with II-VI materials. These II-VI materials are
critical in a wide range of detector technologies operating
in the infrared, ultraviolet, x-ray, and gamma-ray
regions of the spectrum. They include HgCdTe, ZnSe,
ZnO, and CdTe, as well as other II-VI semiconductors
and alloys. Spectrometers, imagers, and other sophisticated
systems exploiting various properties of these
materials are finding applications in many fields, including
national security, homeland security, medicine,
industrial process monitoring, basic science, and more.
The Workshop aims at advancing the understanding of
the basic physics and chemistry of these materials, and
thereby contributes to the continual improvement of
these system capabilities.
Areas covered include a broad range of disciplines and materials properties. Included are materials growth and characterization, materials engineering, intrinsic and extrinsic defects and dopants, surface chemistry, fabrication processes, electrical properties and modeling, charge transport, noise sources, optical properties, photorefraction, electro-optical and magneto-optical properties, as well as the interaction among all these.
The Workshop program will consist of about 60 oral presentations. Invited and contributed papers with a common theme will be grouped for presentation.
To provide ample time for discussion, there are scheduled morning and afternoon breaks. Lunch will be provided, affording additional discussion time. To further promote informal discussion and interaction, the first day will conclude with a wine and cheese reception accompanied by tabletop displays from commercial vendors displaying products and services of interest to the Workshop community.
Authors of accepted papers are encouraged to submit full-length manuscripts, which will be peer reviewed and published as part of the Workshop proceedings in a Special Issue of the Journal of Electronic Materials.
Student participation is strongly encouraged. An award recognizing the best student paper will be presented at the conclusion of the Workshop. Funding exists to support travel to the Workshop. Some student financial assistance is available for conference attendees.
|Abstract Due Date||Jun 9|
|Notification of Accepts/Rejects||Jun 30|
|Late-News Abstracts||July 14|
|Extended Abstracts||Aug 25|
|Hotel Registration||Sep 28|
|Workshop Reservation||Oct 13|
|Paper Submission||Oct 1 - Nov 13|
|2017 II-VI Workshop||Oct 31- Nov 2|
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The 2017 II-VI Workshop
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