2005 Student Research Conference:
18th Annual Student Research Conference


Thin-Film Processes
Uchenna J. Edeh
Dr. Mohammad Samiullah, Faculty Mentor

In reality thin-film growth processes have in the past few decades changed both condensed matter physics and our everyday life. The application of thin-film technologies are common place in most electronic systems. They are used to make integrated circuits in our computers, cell phones, palm pilots etc. In more resent studies, it has been shown that with the appropriate choice of materials we could grow thin-films that will be able to fit any particular application like shielding sensitive computer systems from harmful rays. Many of the techniques used to grow thin-films are related and do involve adapting some physics principles and technological skills. In this research, we intended to practice an elementary thin-film growth techniques and evaporative vacuum deposition

Keywords: Thin-films, Condensed matter phy, Integrated Circuits, Materials, Electronic systems, Shielding computers, vacuum deposition, evaporative deposit


Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 56-3
Location: VH 1412
Time: 4:15

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