13:15 - 13:45 Presentation of KIST and collaboration possibilities, Dr. Jin Dong Song
13:45 - 14:15 MBE growth of III-V based materials and its applications to 2D/1D/0D structures and development of low-power consumption III-V on Si devices for Post-Si Era and single photon for Quantum computing, Dr. Jin Dong Song
14:15- 14:45 Imaging and displaying technology for visualization, Dr. Min-Chul Park
MBE growth of III-V based materials and its applications to 2D/1D/0D structures and development of low-power consumption III-V on Si devices for Post-Si Era and single photon for Quantum computing
Jin Dong Song & co-workers in KIST
Post-Silicon Semiconductor Institute, KIST, Seoul 130-650, South Korea
In KIST, 5 (+3) MBE systems are installed for the study of low dimensional structures. With the MBEs, we are in the middle of studying; As/P/Sb-based materials with new properties, High speed 3-5 2DEGs/2DHG for physics (mesoscopic physics, Topo. Insul. etc), high speed, and low power consumption electronics, Digital-alloyed 2D structures for QCL, QWIP, LD, PDs, Catalyst free/Au-assisted GaAs/InAs/InP/InSb nano-rod 1D structures for SPS or Nano TR etc., Various kind of semi-conductor QDs grown by SK, MEE, and Droplet methods. With these MBE systems, the researcher in KIST published more than 200 SCI articles include Nature (2013) and Science (2009).
Scientists have pioneered the first stages of Si electronics, and now a new frontier in semiconductor electronics is arising. We will introduce contemporary issues associated with breaking new ground in the post-Si-era for semiconductors and discuss the research activities in the recently launched Post-Silicon Semiconductor Institute at KIST.
In this presentation, I will show MBE systems & activities with them in KIST and discuss probable co-works.
Figure. Examples of nanostructure grown by KIST MBE
Figure. (a) Images of KIST MBE systems. (b) Schematics of the long target of the flag-ship program of PSI
Imaging and Displaying Technology for Visualization
Speaker: Park, Min-Chul
Imaging is a creating images of otherwise invisible aspects of an object, especially of body parts. During my talk several imaging techniques practiced in my laboratory will be introduced for various types of applications. Imaging with UV, visible, IR spectrum, 3D and artificial photosynthesis will be interesting. Especially some new optoelectronic devices are developed to test new feasibility. Displaying is also important in that it enables to show some core information. 3D and 360 degree information display will be another interesting points of my talk.