201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA
May 12-17, 2002
K1 - Second International Symposium on Cold Cathodes
Dielectric Science and Technology/Electronics/Luminescence and Display Materials
Monday, May 13, 2002
Conference Room 307, Level 3
Co-Chairs: O. Groening and J.E. Yater
||Nanoscience and The ONR/DoN Science & Technology Process - J. Pazik (Office of Naval Research)|
||Ten-Minute Intermission - |
||Quantum Interference Effects in the Nanotriode - S. Johnson, A. Blackburn, A.
Driskill-Smith, D. Hasko, and H. Ahmed (University of Cambridge)|
||Microgated In-Situ Grown Carbon Nanotube Field Emitter Arrays - D. Hsu and J. Shaw (Naval Research Laboratory)|
||A Micromachined Vacuum Triode Using a Carbon Nanotube Cold Cathode - W. Zhu,
L.H. Chen (Agere Systems), C. Bower (Inplane Photonics), D. Lopez, and P. Gammel
||Photo Electron Emission Microscopy (PEEM), Field Emission Electron Microscopy (FEEM) and Themionic FEEM of Nitrogen and Sulfur Doped Carbon Flims - F. Koeck (North Carolina State University), S. Gupta, G. Morell (University of Puerto Rico), J.
Garguilo, B. Brown, R. Nemanich (North Carolina State University), and B. Weiner (University of Puerto Rico)|
Co-Chairs: D. Hsu and W. Zhu
||Scanning Anode Field Emission Microscopy Investigations of Carbon Nanotube Thin Films - O.
Groening, L.-O. Nilsson, R. Clergereaux, P. Groening, and L. Schlapbach (University of
||Saturated Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes - J. Shaw and D. Hsu (Naval Reserch Lab)|
||Fabrication and Characterization of Field Emission Devices Based on Single Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofibers - M.
Guillorn, V. Merkulov, A. Melechko, D. Ellis, L. Baylor, D. Lowndes, and M. Simpson (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)|
||Atom-by-atom Analysis of Field Emission Sources by the Scanning Atom Probe - O. Nishikawa, T. Murakami, M. Watanabe, T.
Yagyu, and M. Taniguchi (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)|
||Twenty-Minute Intermission - |
Field Emitter Arrays
Co-Chairs: C. Hunt and K.L. Jensen
||Field Emitter Array Performance Enhancement By Self Cleaning - P.
Schwoebel, C. Spindt, and C. Holland (SRI International)|
||Study of Emitter Materials for use in Hostile Environments - W.
Mackie, C. Dandeneau, L. Southall, and F. Charbonnier (Applied Physics Technologies, Inc.)|
||Intelligent Silicon Field Emission Arrays - C.-Y. Hong and
A.I. Akinwande (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)|
||Field Emission Array Cathode Material Selection for Compatibility with Electric Propulsion Applications - C.
Marrese, J. Polk (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), and W. Mackie (Applied Physics Technologies Inc.)|
||Field Emission Study of Ti-Silicide Array - M.-Y. Jung, S.S. Choi (Sun Moon University),
S.B. Kim, and H.T. Jeon (Hanyang University)|
||Field Induced Thickening of the Au-coated Nanosize Si-tip and Field Emission from the PR-coated Si-tip -
M.Y. Jung and S.S. Choi (Sun Moon University)|
Tuesday, May 14, 2002
Theory and Simulation
Co-Chairs: P. Schwoebel and C. Marresse
||Emissive and Cooling Properties of Carbon Based Materials for Microelectronics - N.
Miskovsky, P. Cutler (Penn State University), A. Mayer (Universitaires Notre-Dame de la
Paix-Namur), N. Kumar (UHV Technologies, Inc.), and M. Chung (University of
||Modeling Device Performance and Feature Variation in Microtip Field Emitters - J. Zuber (United States Naval Academy) and K. Jensen (University of Maryland)|
||Simulations of Transport and Field-Emission Properties of Multi-wall Carbon Nanotubes - A. Mayer
(Facultes Universitaires N.-D. de la Paix), N. Miskovsky, and P. Cutler (The Pennsylvania State University)|
||Equilibrium Theory of Nanotips - G. Bilbro (North Carolina State University)|
||Ten-Minute Intermission - |
||An Analysis of FEA Noise Mechanisms - K. Jensen (University of Maryland), M. Cahay (University of Cincinnati), and C.
Marrese-Reading (Jet Propulsion Lab)|
||Sub-Poissonian and Super-Poissonian Shot Noise in Planar Cold Cathodes - R. Krishnan, M. Cahay (University of Cincinnati), and
K.L. Jensen (NRL)|
||On the Extraction of Data from Field Emission Experiments with Nanoscale Objects - D. Jaeger, T. Tyler, V.
Zhirnov, and J. Hren (North Carolina State University)|
||Current Density Evaluation At The Barrier Maximum - K. Jensen, P. O'Shea, and D. Feldman (University of Maryland)|
Thin Film Nanostructures
Co-Chairs: N. Miskosky and S. Johnson
||Reticulated Vitreous Carbon (RVC) as a Field Emission Surface for Large-Area Applications -
C.E. Hunt (University of California)|
||Emission from GaN p-n Junction Cold Cathodes - J. Shaw (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Smith, R.
Treece, and J. Pankove (Astralux Incorporated)|
||Effect of Film Thickness on Low-Energy Electron Transmission in Thin CVD Diamond Films - J.
Yater, A. Shih, J. Butler, and P. Pehrsson (Naval Research Laboratory)|
||Growth and Characterization of Thin Films of Rare-Earth Sulfides on Various Substrates - Y.
Modukuru, J. Thachery, M. Cahay, and P. Boolchand (University of Cincinnati)|
||Surface-Emmitting Ballistic Cold Cathodes Based on Nanocrystalline Silicon Diodes - N.
Koshida, A. Kojima, Y. Nakajima (Tokyo University of A & T), T. Ichihara, Y.
Watabe, and T. Komoda (Matsushita Electric Works)|
||The Effects of Various Si Substrates on the Field Emission of Cubic Boron Nitride Thin Films - P.A.
Encarnacion, A. Daniel, Y. Sheng, and R. Clarke (The University of Michigan)|
||Microwave-Tube Experiments Utilizing Ferroelectric Electron-Gun - M.
Einat, E. Jerby, and G. Rosenman (Tel-Aviv University)|
Tuesday, May 14, 2002
Franklin Hall, Level Four
Co-Chair: N. Miskosky