SIMS-22 School

SIMS-22 School Presentators     Documents

IUVSTA-sponsored short course entitled “SIMS22 School”, will be held in conjunction with the conference on Sunday, 20th October, 2019.

Six tutorial lectures listed below will be given by renown scientists. Each tutorial will last 60 minutes and it will consist of a general presentation (10 minutes) followed by or interwoven with extended discussion.

♦ Date: 20th October, 2019 (Sunday)

♦ Location: (how to get there)
~Note that the venue is different from which SIMS-22 will be held.~
Kyoto University, Yoshida-South Campus, Bldg No. 1, Room #31 (「1共31教室」)

♦ Reception: 09:00 ~

♦ Fee: JPY 15,000

♦ Short Course Program:                  (short CV)

09:25 ~     Opening remarks

09:30 ~ 10:30     Session 1. Fundamentals of SIMS
      (“TBD”)
      Arnaud Delcorte, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

10:30 ~ 10:50     Coffee break

10:50 ~ 11:50     Session 2. Theory and Modelling
      “Secondary Ion Formation: Theory and Modeling”
      Andreas Wucher, Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Germany

11:50 ~ 13:00     Lunch time (lunch box distributed)

13:00 ~ 14:00     Session 3. SIMS of Real World samples
      “SIMS of Real World Samples”
      Anna Belu, Medtronic, USA

14:00 ~ 15:00     Session 4. Depth profiling
      “Depth Profiling Inorganic Materials by SIMS…we still do that, you know”
      Charles W. Magee, Eurofins EAG Materials Science, USA

15:00 ~ 15:20     Coffee break

15:20 ~ 16:20     Session 5. Advance data analysis
      “Multiple Varied Analysis (MVA) Tools for ToF-SIMS”
      Daniel J. Graham, University of Washington, USA

16:20 ~ 16:40     Session 6. Practical SIMS analysis
      “Industrial applications of SIMS”
      Yoshihiko Nakata, TRC, Japan

16:40 ~ 17:00     Session 7. Q&A or discussion throughout these tutorials…
      all participants

———-contributed by———-
Daniel J. Graham, University of Washington, USA
Alexander G. Shard, National Physical Laboratory, UK
Satoshi Ninomiya, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Akio Takano, TOYAMA, Japan
Shin-ichi Iida, ULVAC-PHI, Japan