High-throughput experimentation
- a modular course

Module IV: Inorganic functional materials

Modul IV: Inorganic functional materials

September 8 - 9, 2015, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum/Germany

The discovery and optimization of novel functional inorganic materials
can be effi ciently accomplished using high-throughput
thin-fi lm fabrication techniques coupled with high-throughput
characterization methods. Combinatorial thin-fi lm libraries can be
prepared in different ways, e.g. in form of continuous composition
spreads, either by wedge-type multilayer deposition or co-deposition.
Additionally, high-throughput technologies have been developed
for accelerated synthesis and characterization of functional
nanoparticles.
Measurement techniques have been adapted for quick evaluation
of material libraries mapping a variety of physical characteristics
including optical, electrical and magnetic properties.
These advanced technologies will be introduced, discussed and
visited at Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

 

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