Workshop Details
Semiconductor Surface Chemistry
07/30/2018 - 08/03/2018
Meeting Description:

This workshop has been running for 16 years with one meeting every 4 years. It was organized originally by my colleague, Professor Douglas J. Doren (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware) and I helped him organize it in 2006. I organized the workshops in 2010 and 2014 and would like to continue in 2018. It is a very successful workshop with a great mix of young and seasoned scientists and everyone in the field is looking forward to these gatherings. 4 year intervals allow for substantial new science to be done by the people who had previously participated (about 50% of attendees) and for recognized developments of the new researchers in the field. Semiconductor surface chemistry has been at the forefront of chemistry, materials science, and engineering research for many years. The most recent developments are related to functionalization, passivation, and structure control of semiconductor crystalline surfaces, thin films, fibers, and nanostructures, building multilayer materials, removal of surface elements in atomically controlled fashion. In addition to elemental semiconductors, more and more surface chemistry research is directed at composite materials and carbon-based semiconductors. These are the areas that we plan to target and to invite the researchers currently involved in the cutting edge research related to these topics. I plan to invite approximately 23-25 people. This format worked perfectly well in all the previous meetings. There will be definitely no problems having about 25 people total for this workshop.

Notes:

This workshop has been running for many years with one meeting every 4 years. It was organized originally by Professor Douglas J. Doren, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware (doren@udel.edu) in 2002 and co-organized by Doren and Andrew V. Teplyakov, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistrym University of Delaware (andrewt@UDel.Edu) in 2006. It is a very successful workshop with a great mix of young and
seasoned scientists and everyone in the field is looking forward to these gatherings. Four year intervals allow for substantial new science to be done by the people who had previously participated (about 50% of attendees) and for recognized developments of the new researchers in the
field. The plan is to invite approximately 23-25 people. This format worked perfectly well in all the previous meetings.

If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people. If you have registered for a meeting you were no invited to, you may be subject to a $100 fee.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 W. Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Bent, Stacey Stanford University 7/29
8/3
Chabal, Yves University of Texas at Dallas 7/29
7/31
Clemens, Bruce Stanford University 7/29
8/3
Dürr, Michael Justus Liebig University
EKERDT, JOHN The University of Texas at Austin 7/29
8/4
Engstrom, James Cornell University
Filler, Michael Georgia Institute of Technology 7/29
8/3
Garfunkel, Eric Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Hamers, Robert J. University of Wisconsin-Madison 7/29
8/3
Y
Hines, Melissa A. Cornell University 7/29
8/3
Kummel, Andrew UC San Diego 7/30
8/3
Opila, Robert L University of Delaware 7/29
8/3
Parkinson, Gareth TU Wien 7/29
8/3
Y
Raghavachari, Krishnan Indiana University 7/28
8/3
Rochet, François Sorbonne Université Paris 6 7/28
8/3
Y
Schofield, Steven Richard University College London 7/28
8/6
Teplyakov, Andrew V. University of Delaware 7/29
8/4
Tonner, Ralf Philipps-Universität Marburg 7/29
8/4
Y
Walker, Amy University of Texas at Dallas
Zaera, Francisco University of California

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