ESR Posters

Disseminating the results of such research and explaining its impact in developing the next generation of nanotechnology fabrication processes is an important aim of the ELENA project.

The ESRs act as ambassadors for the ELENA programme and and disseminate its scientific aims and objectives as well as the results achieved to a range of stakeholders including wider academia, industry forums, government agencies and, crucially, the general public.

Here below are posters that the ESRs have presented in various conferences during the ELENA project.

1st ELENA Conference in Warsaw, Poland - September 30, 2018

ESR2 - René Cartaya from Universität Bremen
Title: Metal Organic Surface Layers: Preparation, electron induced chemistry, solubility control.
Authors: René Cartaya, Kai Ahlenhoff, Markus Rohdenburg, Petra Swiderek
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ESR4 - Maria Pintea from The Open University
Title: Velocity Map Imaging Technique and the Dissociation Processes in W(CO)6 and Fe(CO)5 negative ions
Authors: Maria Pintea and Nigel Mason
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ESR5 - Ching-Chung Huang from Vienna University of Technology
Title: Synthesis and Characterizations of Zirconium Oxo Cluster for EUVL Photoresist Applications
Authors: Ching-Chung Huang, Christian Gorche, Andreas Rohatschek, Juergen Stampfl, and Robert Liska
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ESR6 - Elif Bilgilisoy from Freidrich-Alexander-Universität Erlengen-Nürnberg
Title: Investigation and Utilization of Oxide Surfaces in FEBID Techniques for Nanofabrication
Authors: Elif Bilgilisoy, Christian Prieschl, Florian Vollnhals and Hubertus Marbach
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ESR14 - Abid Ali from University of Iceland
Title: Modelling of metal nanostructure growth.
Authors: Abid Ali and Hannes Jónsson
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The 9th Vacuum Symposium, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK - October 10-11 2018

ESR4 - Maria Pintea from The Open University
Title: High and Ultrahigh Vacuum for Velocity Map Imaging of organometallic compunds
Authors: Maria Pintea and Nigel Mason
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The 7th International Workshop on Focused Electron Beam-Induced Processing (FEBIP) Modena, Italy - July 10-13 2018

ESR4 - Maria Pintea from The Open University
Title: Velocity Map Imaging applied to Dissociative Electron Attachment to FEBID Precursors
Authors: Maria Pintea and Nigel Mason
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