1996 Digest of the LEOS Summer Topical Meetings

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  • ISBN-13: 9780780331761
  • Publisher: IEEE
  • Publication date: 7/28/1996

Table of Contents

Pulsed Laser Deposition of Dielectric and Superconducting Materials: Mechanisms and Applications 3
Epitaxial Growing of Refractory Metal Films by Laser Ablation Deposition 5
Fabrication of Silicon Solar Cells by Laser Processing 7
Laser Desorption of NO and CO From Sodium Nitrate and Calcium Carbonate Crystals 9
Laser Assisted Deposition of Mercury Chalcogenides Thin Films in Chemically Reactive Environment 11
Dynamics of Pulsed Laser Ablation for Thin Film Growth 13
Diagnostics of Growth and Film Properties of Amorphous Silicon 15
Acoustic Wave Monitoring in Pulsed Laser Interaction with Materials 17
Photoluminescence and X-Ray Analysis of Laser Deposited II-VI Thin Films and Multilayered Structures 19
Advanced Laser Processing of Metals 23
High Speed Ablation of Glass Using TEA-CO[subscript 2] Laser 26
Excimer Lasers as Tools for Material Processing in Manufacturing 28
Laser Processing to Improve Residual Surface Stress of Metal Components 30
Terawatt Lasers: Probing Unique Material Properties with Novel Diagnostic Sources 32
Pulsed Laser Deposition of Doped Epitaxial Compound Semiconductor Films 34
Multilayer Multicomponent Semiconductor Structures for Microelectronics Formed Using Laser and Thin Film Technology 36
Advanced in Excimer Laser Surface Processing of Materials 38
Epitaxial Growth of Oxide Superconductors Using Pulsed-Laser Deposition 76
Applications of fs Lasers to Nonlinear Spectroscopy and Process Control of Si(001) Interfaces 43
Application of ArF Excimer Laser in MOCVD Growth and in Situ Characterization of Gallium Nitride 45
Diagnostics of Laser-Induced Germanium Growth by In Situ Spectroscopic Ellipsometry 47
Analysis of Stearic Acid Adsorbed on Silver Surfaces Using Optical Spectroscopic Techniques 49
Digital Etching of GaAs - The Mechanism and the Application 51
Laser Processing of Coatings and Surfaces 76
Tailoring of Chemical, Morphological, and Mechanical Surface Properties of Materials with Laser Radiation 53
Tissue Ablation as a Function of Laser Pulsewidth 56
Laser Induced Formation of Adherent Engineered Interfaces 60A
Excimer Laser Assisted Deposition of Metal Films on Aluminum Nitride 61
Deposition of Copper-Phthalocyanine Thin Films by Laser Ablation and Its Application for an Organic Electroluminescence Device 63
Aluminum Nitride Film Fabrication: Reaction and Diagnostic of Laser Evaporated Al in NH[subscript 3] Atmosphere 65
Lithium Charging Capacities of Vanadium Oxide Thin Films Grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition for Rechargeable Li Battery Applications 67
Theoretical and Experimental Investigation on Laser Dry Cleaning of Particles from Substrate Surfaces 69
3D Micromachining by Stero-Lithography 76
Laser Induced Phase Transformations in Vanadium Oxides 71
Application of Laser Cutting and Linking Technology for Restructuring Interconnections in Microelectronic Devices 72
Surface-Related Phase Changes and Structure Modifications in Silicon with Ultrafast Laser Pulses 74
Author Index 77
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