NSLS-II Seminar

"Thin Films, Heterostructures and Some Applications of High Temperature Superconductors and Other Oxides"

Presented by Kazuhiro Endo, of Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT), Japna

Friday, March 2, 2007, 2:00 pm — NSLS-II Seminar Room, Bldg. 817

Top quality thin films for different applications are always of interest. However, it is not easy to grow such films and many criteria have to be fulfilled. The degree of complexity enhances significantly for muticomponent materials such as high-Tc superconductors, giant magnetoresistive materials, heterostructures, other. This translates into a lower growth control level. Solution resides in identification of the specific details as well as of the general principles of growth and their personalized application towards preparation of optimized thin films of top quality. This is our approach and goal. Examples in this regard will be introduced. Applications build on our thin films such as junctions will be also briefly presented.

Hosted by: John Hill

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