Join the OSA Photonic Detection Technical Group and Dr. Adrienne Stiff-Roberts of Duke University for an hour long webinar featuring a presentation on the novel route of hybrid thin film deposition for applications in opto-electronics and energy devices.
The synthesis of multi-component and hybrid materials is highly essential to enhance the capability of opto-electronics and energy harvesting devices. The optimization of quality and quantity of the materials used for the devices has direct impact on the cost of the final product. In this webinar, Dr. Stiff-Roberts will talk about the recent development of the resonant infrared, matrix-assisted pulsed laser evaporation technique to develop novel functional materials and devices using them. The materials growth mechanism, as well as device fabrication and characterization, for a wide range of applications will also be discussed during the webinar.
What You Will Learn in the Webinar:
- In this webinar, the audience will learn about the synthesis and deposition of nanomaterials using a state-of-the-art deposition technique and its use in the development of photo-detectors and in energy harvesting.
Who Should Attend the Webinar:
- PhD students, post-docs and young faculty members in academia.
- May also be relevant for individuals in the photonics industries.