E-MRS Fall Meeting 2004

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Presenting person
Title
F1 Aliya Baidullaeva Intensity dependence of nanostructure formation on surface of CdTe crystals under pulse laser irradiation and their photoconductivity spectra
F2 Eduard Belas Defect redistribution in CdTe after Cd saturated annealing
F3 Mariusz Bester STRUCTURAL DEFECTS IN CdTe CRYSTALS AND NOISE PROPERTIES
F4 Piotr Dziawa Structural and optical characterization of epitaxial layers of CdTe/PbTe grown on BaF_2 (111) substrates
F5 Peter Feychuk Cd_{1-x}Zn_xTe Single Crystals Growth from Vapor Phase
F6 Petro Fochuk High-temperature behavior of CdTe crystals
F7 Leonid A. Kosyachenko Detection Efficiency Spectrum of CdTe X- and Gamma-Ray Detectors with a Schottky Diode
F8 Sergiy G. Krylyuk Laser-induced modification of sub-surface region of CdTe:Cl single crystals
F9 Orest P. Malyk Inelastic electron-polar optical phonon scattering in wide gap CdHgTe alloys
F10 Jean-Francois Morhange Folded Acoustic phonons in (CdTe)_n/(MnTe)_m superlattices
F11 Yuriy O. Plevachuk ELECTROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUID CdTe WITH ARSENIC ADMIXUTES
F12 Jacek Polit The local crystalline structure of ZnCdTe alloys obtained by Far Infrared Synchrotron Radiation measurements
F13 Volodymyr D. Popovych Vapour phase growth and characterisation of Cl-doped cadmium telluride single crystals
F14 Konstantin Shcherbin Photorefractive CdTe for laser ultrasonics receivers
F15 Alexander I. Terentev Study of selfcompensation in CdZnTe:Cl crystals.
F16 Zinaida Zakharuk Peculiarities of relaxation processes in Cd_{1-x}Mn_{x}Te crystals
F17 Zinaida Zakharuk Compensation mechanisms in CdTe crystals doped with Cr
F18 Renaud CAILLARD Passivation effect of CdS thin films grown by Chemical Bath Deposition on gallium antimonide surfaces
F19 Tatjana Dedova ZnS THIN FILMS DEPOSITED BY SPRAY PYROLYSIS TECHNIQUE
F20 Fikry El Akkad Properties ZnTe:Cu Thin Films prepared by R.F co-Sputtering
F21 Takashi Fukushima Optical and Electrical Properties of un-doped and Ga-doped Mg_xZn_1_-_xO Films by Sputtering Method
F22 Liudmila V. Makhova Composition and properties of ZnS thin films prepared by chemical bath deposition from acidic and basic solutions
F23 MIKHAIL S. NIKITIN Blocking of semiconductor’s surfaces by thin graded-gap layers as technique to serious improvement of excess charge carriers excitation efficiency in semiconductor body
F24 Hilmi Unlu STRAIN EFFECTS ON BAND OFFSETS IN II-VI/III-V HETEROSTRUCTURES
F25 Le Van Khoi HIGH PRESSURE ANNEALING-INDUCED REDUCTION IN DEGREE OF COMPENSATION IN (Zn,Mn)Te CRYSTALS
F26 Minoru Yoneta Growth and optical properties of MBE-ZnSe on high-quality ZnTe substrate
F27 Minoru Yoneta Optical Characterization of ZnTe Single Crystal grown by Vertical Gradient Freezing Method
F28 Jesus Zuniga-Perez CdO thin films grown on sapphire substrates
F29 Marek Godlewski Dynamics of spin interactions in II-Mn-VI semiconductors studied with time-resolved optically detected magnetic resonance
F30 Petr Horodysky Photoluminescence mapping of p-type to n-type conversion in CdTe
F31 Halyna M. Khlyap EFFECT of CHEMCALLY ABSORBED ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN on ELECTRIC and PHOTOLUMINESCENT CHARACTERISTICS of A2B6-MONOCRYSTAL/NATIVE OXIDE STRUCTURES
F32 Krzysztof Swiatek Fe photoionization transition in ZnSSe:Fe crystals - photo-ESR studies
F33 MariCruz López Hetereojunction
F34 Kalju Lott Atomic absorption photometry determination of excess Zn in ZnO
F35 YongFeng Mei Growth and Optical Properties of Room-Temperature Electrosynthesized ZnO Film with Highly 001 Orientation
F36 Ewa Przezdziecka Preparation and characterization of hexagonal MnTe and ZnO layers
F37 Jose R. Ramos-Barrado THE CONDUCTION MECHANISM OF Al-DOPED ZnO, AZO, FILMS
F38 Sergiy Trushkin ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ZnO AND ZnO:Cr CRYSTALS, GROWN BY CVT METHOD
F39 Bae-Heng Tseng Characterization of Al-doped ZnO thin films deposited by reactive sputtering
F40 Jinsu Yoo The Properties of Surface Textured ZnO:Al Films for Thin Film Solar Cells
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