In-situ seminar in conjunction with ICMOVPE XXI

Dear LayTec customers & all interested in in-situ monitoring,
We cordially invite you to this year's in-situ seminar in conjunction with ICMOVPE XXI

You can register via Eventbrite here

Time: May 13, 2024, 6 p.m.
Venue: Horseshoe Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

During the seminar, participants will be invited to jointly share ideas and experiences and to discover the latest news at LayTec.

This year's topics :

  • Ta-Shun Chou (Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung, IKZ): "Real-time Monitoring of Homo- and Heteroepitaxial Ga2O3 MOVPE Processes"
  • Jean Decobert (III-V Lab): “Surface temperature – the challenge of ±0.5K accuracy and uniformity during MOVPE on InP and GaAs”
  • Stefano Leone (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF): "MOCVD and in-situ monitoring of AlScN and AlYN heterostructures"
  • André Maaßdorf (Ferdinand-Braun-Institut): "Spatially resolved growth rate determination using line-scan analysis"
  • Kolja Haberland (LayTec): Latest developments at LayTec
  • Johannes Zettler (LayTec): "Full Wafer Quantification with EpiX and Connected Metrology"

We anticipate lively individual discussions. Guests are also invited to enjoy food and drinks. There will be limited seating capacity for this event, with attendance on a first come, first served basis. The registration is free of charge.
Extended deadline: Kindly complete your online registration  before May 9, 2024.

If you are unable to participate, select "Can't attend? Download the presentations!" to be able to access the presentation slides from our website after the event.
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to your colleagues!
We are looking forward to meeting you in Las Vegas!

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