Wide Band Gap II-VI Semiconductors: Growth, Characterization and Applications
The Symposium will cover all aspects of basic and applied research on wide-bandgap II-VI compounds and their alloys, including diluted magnetic semiconductors, i.e. -- on such materials as ZnO, ZnMnO, ZnSe, ZnSeS, CdZnTe, and CdMnTe.
Emphasis will be given to new technological and application concepts concerning both bulk crystals and various quantum structures with reduced dimensionality, ranging from two to zero.
We presume that the presented results of the application-oriented
materials research on the wide-bandgap II-VI compounds will be
- light emitting structures,
- infrared and visible light detectors,
- X- and gamma radiation detectors,
- materials for spintronics.
The Symposium will be devoted mainly to the materials research in the three groups of topics:
(1) Oxide crystals (e.g. ZnO, ZnMnO):
- growth of the substrate crystals,
- p-type doping,
- homo- and hetero-structures and their applications mainly as optoelectronic sources of light.
(2) Tellurium- and selenium-based wide-bandgap semiconductor
compounds, like CdTe, CdZnTe, ZnTe, CdMnTe, ZnMnTe, ZnSe, and ZnCdSe.
Potential applications as:
- substrates for infra-red detectors,
- semiinsulating platelets for X and gamma radiation detectors,
- Faraday optical isolators for telecommunications based on lasers and optical fibres,
- materials for spintronics,
- materials for light sources.
Special place belongs to the applications of the ultrafast magnetooptical phenomena,
(3) Epitaxial structures based on oxides, tellurides and
- possible applications, mainly in optoelectronics.
Certain topics, concerning all the materials, will be discussed.
These topics are:
- growth techniques,
- defect structures,
- defect control,
- doping procedures,
- optical properties,
Andrey Bakin, Braunschweig Technical University,
Prof. Arnold Burger, Fisk University, Nashville, USA
Prof. Michael Giersig, CAESaR, Bonn, Germany
Prof. Detlef Hommel, Universität Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Prof. Ralph B. James, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, USA
Prof. Daniel Le-Si Dang, Université J. Fourier, Grenoble, France
Prof. Henri Mariette, Université J. Fourier, Grenoble, France
Prof. Bruno K. Meyer, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Giessen, Germany
Prof. Hadis Morkoç, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA
Prof. Andrzej Mycielski (Chairman), Institute of
Physics PAS, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Marek Godlewski, Institute of Physics PAS, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Jacek Kossut, Institute of Physics PAS, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Robert Triboulet, CNRS/LPSC
Prof. Andreas Waag, Institute of Semiconductor Technology, Braunschweig Technical University
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