On May 17, Radboud University and the FELIX Laboratory will host the annual meeting of the Dutch Vacuum Society (NEVAC).
The program will consist of a number of vacuum related scientific talks, as well as a few vacuum technical contributions.
Among the speakers are Jos Oomens (Radboud University), Ageeth Bol (Eindhoven University of Technology), Ludo Juurlink (University of Leiden), as well as two representatives of the Delft Hyperloop team. Part of the day is a tour of the FELIX free-electron laser facility.
(until 6 May)
Registration for the industry exhibition
For questions, please contact the organizing chair, Joost Bakker, firstname.lastname@example.org
10.00 Welcome and opening
10.05 The physical and chemical basis for defect-controlled surface reactions, Ludo Juurlink, Leiden Institute of Chemistry
10.50 Microwave plasma for O2 based chemistry, Marcus Schott, MKS
11.10 The FELIX free-electron lasers and their vacuum systems, René van Buuren, FELIX Laboratory
11.40 NEVAC Prize winner: Ion energy control during plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition: Enabling materials control and selective processing in the third dimension, Tahsin Faraz, Dept. of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology
12.00 General meeting NEVAC
12.30 Student and postdoc poster session, exhibition, lunch
13.30 FELIX Laboratory Tour
14.30 Plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition of transition metal dichalcogenides: from 2D monolayers to 3D vertical nanofins, Ageeth Bol, Dept. of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology
15.15 Infrared ion spectroscopy: new ways to structure determination in analytical mass spectrometry, Jos Oomens, FELIX Laboratory, Radboud University, Nijmegen
16.00 Coffee break
16.20 Adaptive XUV mirrors based on piezoelectric film actuator, Mohammadreza Nematollahi, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente
16.40 Delft Hyperloop: design challenges for a low-pressure environment power system, Laura Croes / Roland Mulder, , Delft University of Technology
17.20 Reception, drinks
FELIX Laboratory, Radboud University
Linnaeusgebouw, Heyendaalseweg 137 6525 AJ Nijmegen