Workshop Program

All times in CET.

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Monday, 11 July
9:00-10:00G. HlawacekFIT4NANO Core group meeting (on invitation only)
10:00-12:00G. HlawacekFIT4NANO MC meeting (on invitation only)
13:00-13:30A. V. KrasheninnikovEngineering the structure and properties of 2D materials by defect creation and intercalation
13:30-13:50D. TsoukalasDemonstration of enhanced switching variability and conductance quantization properties in a SiO2 conducting bridge resistive memory with embedded 2D MoS2 material
13:50-14:10D. KölleNb and NbN constriction Josephson junctions and nanoSQUIDs patterned by He and Ne focused ion beams
14:10-14:30S. LohmannInfluence of crystal structure on helium-induced tendril formation in an FeCoCrNiV high-entropy alloy
14:30-14:50A. KuznetsovPolymorphic transformations induced by ion beams
14:50-15:20Coffee Break
15:20-15:50E. BielejecOverview of Sandia’s Focused Ion Beam Capabilities and the Development of Novel Sources for Implantation and Irradiation
15:50-16:10D. C CoxThe Challenges of Deterministic Single Ion Implantation
16:10-16:30H. Frerichs, QD MicroscopyTwo Microscopes are better than One – In-situ Correlative Analysis by combination of AFM, SEM, and FIB
16:30-16:50F. Zhou, ZeissFabrication of micropillar array using LaserFIB for micromechanical testing
16:50-17:10Coffee Break
17:10-17:30M. PerzanowskiA perspective for application of ion beams to modulate magnetic properties of thin films
17:30-17:50M. KrupinskiLarge scale arrays of nanomagnets and magnetically modulated patterns generated by ion irradiation
17:50 -18:10V. DeinhartKeeping skyrmions on the track by tailoring the magnetic anisotropy landscape with focused He-ion irradiation
18:10-20:00Poster session
Tuesday, 12 July
9:00-9:30T. LöberBenefits of a Cs FIB with a low temperature ion source compared to a standard Ga FIB
9:30-9:50T. WirtzAdvanced multimodal analytical capabilities on FIB instruments using SIMS: Do we need to care about primary ions?
9:50-10:10T. Richter, RaithExplore unlimited process pathways for FIB nanopatterning and ion imaging using VELION
10:10-10:30M. Wu, ThermofisherAdvanced microstructure analysis using cutting edge multiple ion species plasma FIB
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:30S. GuillousPELIICAEN setup status: Performances and new developments for elaboration and characterization of materials at nanoscale
11:30-11:50E. SalançonInsulator on conductor ion source: first results and measurements
11:50-12:10O. De CastroLaser-cooled Cs+ source meets magnetic sector SIMS: a unique platform for highest sensi-tivitynano-analytics
12:10-12:30K. WieczerzakIon yields enhancement in FIB-TOF-SIMS by fluorine gas coinjection – A comprehensive study of 41 pure elements and multicomponent samples
13:30-14:00G. L. WeissCombining cryo-FIB milling with cryo-electron tomography enables macromolecular insights into biological samples
14:00-14:20A. Salvador-PorrocheHigh-throughput direct writing of metallic micro- and nanostructures by focused Ga+ beam irradiation of palladium acetate films
14:20-14:40I. B. SzymańskaSelection of coordination compounds for the study of interactions with a focused ion beam
14:40-15:00B.R. JanyNew Cu Precursors for Ion Beam Induced Deposition under Gallium FIB
15:00-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-18:00G. Hlawacek
WG1/2/3/4 meeting (open to all, parallel sessions)
18:00Magic Krakow: walking tour through downtown Krakow
20:00Workshop Dinner
Wednesday, 13 July
9:00 – 9:30R. CórdobaAdditive nano‐manufacturing of advanced superconductors, and devices using focused ion beam technology
9:30 – 9:50S. Kelly, ZeissThe importance of data representivity in the analysis of modern battery materials: Why FIB tomography voxel size is critical?
9:50 – 10:10L. McElwee-WhiteComparison of Electron- and Ion-Induced Chemistry in FEBID/FIBID Precursors
10:10 – 10:30P. NagIon Induced Decomposition of Iron Pentacarbnonyl
10:30 – 11:00Coffee break
11:00 – 11:30M. TothNanofabrication and Knock-on Doping Using an Inert Plasma FIB and Solid/Gaseous Precursors
11:30 – 11:50M. Wu, ThermofisherFemtosecond laser integrated multiple species ion plasma FIB and its interaction with soft and hard materials
11:50 – 12:10P. Le Gal, Orsay PhysicsComparative study of copper contents obtained by focused electron & ion beam induced deposition (Ga+, Xe+) with Cu(II)(hfac)2∙xH2O
12:10 – 12:30M. HuthLocally selective magnon excitation in FEBID/FIBID nanostructures
12:30 – 14:00Break
14:00 – 14:30J. M. De TeresaRecent advances in superconducting FIBID nanostructures and Cryo-FIBID
14:30 – 15:00H. FairbrotherElectrons/Ions Stimulated Surface Reactions of Organometallic Precursors
from 15:00Excursion to Cyclotron Center Bronowice
Invited Speaker
Industry talk

Poster presentations:

If your abstract was accepted as a poster, please prepare a vertical A0 poster; fixing material will be provided by the organizers.

  • K. Berent, G. Brus, T.Prokop and J. Szmyd, Application of FIB/SEM tomography for the advanced microstructural characterization of solid oxide fuel cells
  • E. Gacka, B. Pruchnik, T. Gotszalk, and I.W. Rangelow, Electron and ion beam deposited nanowires as probes for atomic force microscopy
  • Bedrane, M. Lagaize, A. Houël, A. Delobbe, E. Salançon, Coaxial ion source: characterization of field ionization under gas flow
  • Priebe, I. Utke, and J. Michler, Application of Fluorine Gas-Assisted FIB-TOF-SIMS for Chemical Characterization of Buried Thin Films and Quality Control of Deposition Process
  • P.-H. Lu, M. Kruth, and R. E. Dunin-Borkowski, Focused ion beam-fabricated thin film phase masks for electron lens aberration correction and structured illumination electron ptychography
  • K. Madajska, I. B. Szymańska, Binuclear rhenium(III) complexes with amidinate and amidate. Volatility and electron interaction studies
  • A. Butrymowicz and I. B. Szymańska, New gold(I) and gold(II) complexes with amidinates as potential precursors for vapor deposition methods
  • Lopes, T. Ferreira-Gonçalves, I. V. Figueiredo, C. Rodrigues, H. Ferreira, D. Ferreira, A. S. Viana, P. Faísca, M. Gaspar, J. Coelho, C. O. Silva, and C. P. Reis, Innovative and Minimally Invasive Therapy for Melanoma using a Hybrid Nanosyste Combined with NIR Laser Irradiation
  • E. Khairi, J. Richter, K. Bolotin, H. C. Nerl and K. Höflich, Fabrication of nanostructured van der Waals heterostructures using He ion beam patterning
  • Li, S. Xu, ,and E. J. D. Vredenbregt, Study of Focused Rb+ Ion Beam Applications
  • Nykyruy, R. Yavorskyi, G. Wisz, P. Sawicka-Chudy, and B. Naidych, Structure and morphology of the surface of cadmium sulfide thin films
  • M. Vesco, S. del Rossi, and S. Schintke, Plasma treatment and electrowetting on polymer thin films and nanofiber membranes
  • A. Tsarapkin, V. Deinhart, T. Feichtner and K. Höflich, Direct Writing of Chiral and Nonlinear Plasmonic Devices
  • T. Escalante-Quiceno, A. Salvador-Porroche, P. Orús, J. Pablo-Navarro, S. Sangiao, F. Sigloch, M. Barrado, P. Cea, C. Magén, J.M. De Teresa, Transfer of knowledge of new techniques based on Focused Electron/Ion Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID/FIBID)
  • A.-T. Iacob, O.M. Ionescu, and L. Profire, Development and biological assessment in terms of cytotoxicity and hemolytic effect of hyaluronic acid (HA) based electrospun nanofibers
  • O. M. Ionescu, A.- T. Iacob, A. Mignon, N. Simionescu, I. Gardikiotis, I.-D. Caruntu, S. E. Giusca, S. Van Vlierberghe, L. Profire, Polyethylene oxide-hyaluronic acid-based electrospun nanofibers: in vitro and in vivo studies
  • P. Mazarov, W. Pilz, F. Meyer, Cobalt and Dysprosium Liquid Alloy Ion Sources for Magnetic Nanostructures