203rd Meeting - Paris, France

April 27-May 2, 2003


G2 - Eighth International Symposium on Diamond Materials

Dielectric Science and Technology/Electronics/High Temperature Materials

Monday, April 28, 2003

Room 242A, Level 2, Le Palais des Congres

Patterned Growth and Devices

Co-Chair: R. Kalish

10:20507 Nano-Diamond Materials for Diverse Applications: MEMS, NEMS, Single Particle Detectors, e-beam windows, and More - J. Butler (Naval Research Laboratory)
10:45508 Diamond Vacuum Field Emission Devices - W.P. Kang, J. Davidson, A. Jamaluddin, and Y. Wong (Vanderbilt University)
11:05509 Arrays of Novel Single Crystal Diamond Cones - Y. Wu, W. Zhang, C.Y. Chan, X.M. Meng, W.K. Wong, I. Bello, and S.-T. Lee (City University of Hong Kong)
11:25510 Carbon Nanotube Emitters Grown by Low-Temperature CVD for FED Application - J.-H. Huang, C.-C. Chuang, and S.-P. Chen (National Tsing Hua University)
11:45511 Fabrication of Smooth Low Stress Amorphous Carbon Micro-Stuctures by Photolithography and Wet KOH Etching - S. Divakaran, B.K. Tay, L. Yu, S.P. Lau (Nanyang Technological University), H.C. Chua, and W.I. Milne (University of Cambridge)

Nanocrystalline Materials, Doping, and Growth

Co-Chairs: W.P. Kang and G.M. Swain

13:30512 What's So Special About Ultrananocrystalline Diamond? - D. Gruen (Argonne National Laboratory)
13:55513 Study Of The Microwave Discharge Used For Nanocrystalline Diamond Films Deposition - F. Mohasseb, G. Lombardi, F. Benedic, K. Hassouni, F. Silva, and A. Gicquel (Universite Paris 13)
14:15514 Growth of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond films via DC Arcjet CVD - J. Smith, E. Crichton, A. Smith, P. May, and M. Ashfold (University of Bristol)
14:35515 Investigation of the Scaling and Control of Microwave Discharges for Diamond Deposition on Substrates of Various Sizes and Shapes - T. Grotjohn, J. Asmussen, G. Swain, S. Zuo (Michigan State University), and A. Vikharev (Russian Academy of Sciences)
14:55516 Influence of the Silicon Surface Treatment by Plasma Etching and Scratching on the Nucleation of Diamond Grown in HFCVD A Comparative Study - S. Ansari, H.-K. Seo, G.-S. Kim, and H.-S. Shin (Chonbuk National University)
15:15517 Single-Cathode DC PACVD Process for Large-Area CVD Diamond Wafer Fabrication - W.-S. Lee, Y.-J. Baik (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and K.-W. Chae (Precision Diamond Tech. Inc.)
15:35 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
15:50518 Low Temperature Synthesis of Sulfur-Doped Nanocrystalline Diamond Films - H. Gamo (Toppan Printing Co. Ltd.), M. Nishitani-Gamo (University of Tsukuba), K. Nakagawa (NIMS), S. Takeuchi (NIT), and T. Ando (NIMS)
16:10519 Co-doping of CVD Diamond with Boron and Sulfur - S. Eaton, A. Anderson, and J. Angus (Case Western Reserve University)
16:30520 n-type Diamond - Experimental Findings and Theoretical Predictions - R. Kalish and C. Uzan-Saguy (Technion)
16:50521 Roles of Interstitial Hydrogen and Substitutional Boron During H2 Evolution on Diamond Electrodes. Model DFT Calculations - L. Kostadinov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), A. Anderson, and J. Angus (Case Western Reserve University)
17:10522 (Amorphous Carbon)-(Diamond) Electronic Microstructures Made by Fine Focus Ion Implantation - I. Dobrinets, A. Zaitsev (Ruhr-University of Bochum), N. Poklonsky (Belarussian State University), and A. Wieck (Ruhr-University of Bochum)
17:30523 Early Stages of Diamond Ben-HFCVD on Iridium Buffer Layers - J.-C. Arnault, F. Vonau (Institut de Physique et Chimie de Strasbourg), J. Arabski, G. Schmerber (UMR 7504), M. Mermoux (Domaine Universitaire), F. Wyczisk, and P. Legagneux (Thales R and T)

Tuesday, April 29, 2003


Co-Chairs: H.B. Martin and M. Fryda

8:00524 Electrochemical Behavior of Boron-Doped Diamond Films on Metal Substrates - W. O'Grady (Naval Research Laboratory), G. Cheek (US Naval Academy), H. Martin (Case Western Reserve University), F. Martin (Geo-Centers), and P. Natishan (Naval Research Laboratory)
8:20525 Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Process for Water Treatment - M. Fryda, T. Matthee, S. Mulcahy (CONDIAS GmbH), L. Schafer, M. Hofer, and I. Troster (Fraunhofer Institut fur Schicht- und Oberflachentechnik)
8:40526 Electrochemical Properties of Sputter Deposited Diamond-like Carbon Film and Graphite-Like Carbon Film Electrodes Containing Metalnano-Particles - N. Osamu, Y. Tianyan, H. Katsuyoshi, T. Masato (NTT Corporation), and H. Shigeru (NTT Afty Corporation)
9:00527 Vacuum-Annealed Undoped Polycrystalline CVD Diamond: A New Electrode Material - Y. Pleskov, M. Krotova (Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry), V. Ralchenko (General Physics Institute), A. Khomich (Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics), and R. Khmelnitskiy (Lebedev Physical Institute)
9:20528 Recent Progress in Understanding the Electrochemical Behavior of the Oxidized Boron-Doped Diamond Surface - D. Tryk, H. Tachibana, H. Inoue (Tokyo Metropolitan University), T. Kondo, K. Honda, and A. Fujishima (University of Tokyo)
9:40529 Electrochemical Water Treatment with Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes - L. Pupunat, P. Rychen, W. Haenni, and E. Santoli (Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA)
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:20530 Diamond Microelectrodes for Catecholamine Neurotransmitter Detection - H. Martin, B. Blankenship (Case Western Reserve University), J. Venton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), J. Angus (Case Western Reserve University), and M. Wightman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
10:40531 Mechanism of Electrochemical Reduction of Nitrate at Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes - C. Levy-Clement (CNRS), A. Manzo-Robledo (University of Poitiers), A. Katty, A. Deneuville (CNRS), A. Fujishima (University of Tokyo), and N. Alonso-Vante (University of Poitiers)
11:00532 B and N Codoped Diamond Films: An Extension of the Work Potential Window - L.L. Goncalves da Silva (Universidade de Sao Paulo), E.J. Corat (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais), and P.T.A. Sumodjo (Universidade de Sao Paulo)
11:20533 Nitrate Reduction on Hydrogenated Nitrogen Carbon Films. Cations Effect - H. Cachet, C. Deslouis, A. Lagrini (Univ. P6,), and B. Saidani (Universite A. Mira)
11:40534 Electrochemical Behavior of Semiconductive Diamond Single Crystals in Aqueous Solutions - I. Novoselova, E. Fedoryshena, E. Panov, N. Olijnyk, S. Ivakhnenko, O. Zanevskiy, and T. Nachalnaya (National Academy of Sciences)

Conductivity, Surface Modification, and Characterization

Co-Chairs: A. Gicquel and J.E. Butler

13:30535 The Incorporation and Properties of Hydrogen in Single Crystal CVD Diamond - M. Newton and C. Glover (University of Warwick)
13:55536 Electrochemical Surface Transfer Doping: The Mechanism behind the Surface Conductivity of Hydrogen Terminated Diamond - J. Ristein, M. Riedel, and L. Ley (Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg)
14:15537 Studies of the Conductivity of Diamond Surfaces - V. Chakrapani, S. Eaton, and J. Angus (Case Western Reserve University)
14:35538 Chemical and Biochemical Modification of Nanocrystalline Diamond Surfaces - R. Hamers (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
14:55539 Chemically Modified Diamond Surfaces for Chemical Sensor Application - H. Umezawa and H. Kawarada (Waseda University)
15:15540 Structure and Property Control of Cluster Diamond by Fluorination - H. Touhara, T. Ohi, A. Yonemoto, S. Kawasaki, and F. Okino (Shinshu University)
15:35 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
15:50541 A Confocal Raman Imaging Study of Optically Transparent Boron-Doped Diamond Films - M. Michel, M. Bernadette, C. Alexandre (Domaine Universitaire), S. Greg M. (Michigan State University), and B. James E. (Naval Research Laboratory)
16:10542 Resonant Raman Scattering Studies of Boron Doped Diamond - S.P. Lau, Y.G. Wong, B.K. Tay (Nanyang Technological University), and X.H. Zhang (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering)
16:30543 AFM Studies of Polished Surfaces of CVD Diamond Films - V. Ralchenko (Russian Academy of Sciences), M. Salermo, A. Podesta, P. Milani (Universita di Milano), and I. Vlasov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
16:50544 Thermal Stability and Sp2 Clustering in Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon: A Raman and Atomic Force Microscopy Study - I. Andrienko, S. Prawer (University of Melbourne), and J. Orwa (University of Surrey)
17:10545 Controlling Stress Gradients and Fracture Resistance in CVD Diamond and other Materials for MEMS Applications - B. Sheldon, A. Rajamani, Z. Xia, and J. Rankin (Brown University)
17:30546 Modern Thermodynamics for Low-Pressure Diamond and Cubic Boron Nitride Syntheses - J.-T. Wang and D.W. Zhang (Fudan University)

Hall Maillot, Level 2, Le Palais des Congres

Technical Exhibit and Tuesday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chair: G. M. Swain

o547 Me-DLC with Self-assembled Layered Nanostructures - W.-Y. Wu and J.-M. Ting (National Cheng Kung University)
o548 Electrochemical Behavior of Diamond-Like Carbon Film Electrodes in Aqueous Electrolytes - I. Novoselova, E. Fedoryshena, E. Panov, V. Kulikovsky, and A. Onoprienko (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
o549 Synthesis of Large Diamond Crystals for Solid-State Electronics and Diamond Electrodes - N. Novikov, T. Nachalna, S. Ivakhnenko, O. Zanevsky, V. Malogolovets, G. Podzyrey, and L. Romanko (National Academy of Science of Ukraine)
o550 Electrochemical Processes at Diamond Composite Electrodes - F. Marken (Loughborough University)
o551 Deposition of Diamond-like and Diamond Films by Electrooxidation of Lithium Acetylide - A. Kulak and T. Kulak (National Academy of Sciences of Belarus)
o552 Characteristics of Broad-Band Frequency Low Pressure Inductively Coupled Plasma Used for Nanostructured Carbon Deposition - K. Okada, S. Komatsu, and S. Matsumoto (National Institute for Materials Science)
o553 Towards The Practical Applications of Cubic Boron Nitride Films - W. Zhang, I. Bello, and S.-T. Lee (City University of Hong Kong)
o554 Investigation of Growth Processes and Surface Morphology of Fine Grain Diamond Films Grown by High Repetition Rate Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) Technique - A. Tamanyan, G. Tamanyan, I. Andrienko, and S. Prawer (University of Melbourne)
o555 Diamond-like Carbon Films and Carbon Nanomaterials Deposition from Organic Liquid Phase - K. Nakagawa (NIMS), M. Nishitani-Gamo (University of Tsukuba), H. Gamo (Toppan Printing Co. Ltd.), and T. Ando (NIMS)
o556 Micropatterned CVD Diamond Microelectrode Arrays for Electrochemical Analysis - G. Swain (Michigan State University), W.P. Kang, J. Davidson, K.L. Soh, and Y. Wong (Vanderbilt University)
o557 Urea Sensor Used Hydrogen-Terminated Polycrystalline Diamond - K.-S. Song, T. Sakai, H. Kanazawa, H. Umezawa, M. Tachiki, and H. Kawarada (Waseda University)
o558 Nanocrystalline Diamond Thin Films for Tools and Other Applications - A. Sikder, Z. Xu, M. Holly, and A. Kumar (University of South Florida)
o559 AFM Study of Amorphous Carbon Films - Y.H. Yu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
o560 Analysis of Piezoresistivity in Diamond Films - K.C. Holmes, J.L. Davidson, and W.P.K. Kang (Vanderbilt University)
o561 Separation of Bioanalytes and Their Detection Using Electrically Conducting Diamond Electrodes - J. Cvacka, V. Quaiserova, and G. Swain (Michigan State University)
o562 Fabrication and Evaluation of Platinum/Diamond Composite Electrodes for Electrocatalysis - J. Wang, J. Bennett, and G. Swain (Michigan State University)
o563 Oxidized Diamond as a Novel Catalyst Medium; Dehydrogenation, of Light Alkane using Carbon Dioxide - K. Nakagawa (NIMS), M. Nishitani-Gamo (University of Tsukuba), T. Suzuki, and T. Ando (NIMS)


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