AVS2016 Thursday Afternoon

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Session Thursday, November 10, 2016
2:20 PM 3:20 PM 4:20 PM 5:20 PM
Nanoelectronic Heterodyne Sensor: A New Electronic Sensing Paradigm
Study of the Photoresponse and Transport Properties of Photoexcited Carriers in MoS2 Nanoflakes for Sensing Applications
Surface Engineering with Chemically Modified Graphene and other 2D Materials
Passivation of Transition Metal Chalcogenide Surface via Sulfur Layer to Enhanced Metal Contact
Substrate Effects in CVD Synthesized Monolayer WS2
Driving Mechanochemical Wear on Graphene Using Local Stress and Heat
Functionalized Metallic Island Films as Enhancement Substrates for Raman and IR Microscopic Biosensing
Measuring Nanoparticle Properties: Are We High and Dry or All at Sea?
The Secret Life of Nanoparticles: Often Ignored Characteristics of Nano-Objects That Limit Reproducibility and an Approach to Improving Data Collection and Reporting to Address the Challenges
Combined XPS/ISS/UPS Study of Ultra-thin HfO2 films on SiO2/Si Substrateso
A Novel Method for Matrix Application in Matrix Enhanced SIMS Imaging
ToF-SIMS Imaging of Bee Brain Tissue – Comparing Lipid Distributions and Varying Sample Preparation Methodologies
Understanding Matrix Effects in Mass Spectrometry
Reducing Matrix Effects in Organic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
Image Fusion for Improving the Visualization of Elemental and Isotopic Distributions in SIMS
Evaluating the Utility of Uranium-Molybdenum Foils as Nuclear Fuels via Elemental and Isotopic Imaging
Investigation of the Interaction Between a High Poly Vinylpyrrolidone Content Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lens and a Natural Humectant using Surface Imaging Techniques
Optical Properties of (Self-assembled) Nanostructured Surfaces Studied by Spectroscopic Mueller Matrix Ellipsometry and Local Direct Imaging Techniques
Optical Properties of Nanocrystalline Si3N4:TiN Thin Films
The Effect of Aluminum Content on Properties of Al-doped Zinc Oxide Thin Films Grown at Room Temperature
Optical Monitoring of Growth (and Death) of Thin Film Materials for Solar Cells
Monitoring Nanometer-Thin Film Formation using Ellipsometry
Optical Determination of Electrical Response for Thin Film Transparent Conductors: Spectral Range Dependence
Spectroscopic Ellipsometry Studies of CdS-CdSe-CdTe Alloys: Applications in Thin Film Solar Cells
Development of Growth Evolution Diagrams for RF Sputtered Nanocrystalline Hydrogenated Silicon Thin Films via Real Time Spectroscopic Ellipsometry
Strain Engineering of Ultrathin Metal Oxide Coatings Deposited using Atomic Layer Deposition for Controlled Electrochemical Energy Storage
Probing Li-Ion Transport in All-Solid-State Batteries through Electron Transparent Electrodes
Thin Film Battery Materials for Fundamental Studies and Applications
Silicon Compatible Pseudocapacitors Based on Nickel Hydroxide Functionalization of Carbonized Porous Silicon
In-situ Raman of Sodium Ion Cointercalation into Highly Crystalline Few-Layered Graphene
Using X-ray Reflectivity to Measure the Vacuum Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum in Low-k Dielectrics
On-chip [18F]fluoride Concentration for Microfluidic PET Tracer Synthesis
The Role of Electron-Beam Deposition Rate in Controlling Properties of the Titanium/Semiconductor Interface
Single Crystal Study of Layered UnRhIn3n+2 Materials: Case of the Novel U2RhIn8 Compound
Theoretical Pathways to Predict (meta-)stability of Gas Phase Metal Oxide Clusters: Beyond the Static Mono-Structure Description
Role of Oxygen at the Surface and Subsurface during Catalytic Oxidation by Silver
Using Theory and Computation to Understand Plasma Enhanced Dry Reforming on Nickel Catalysts
The Impact of Structure on the Catalytic Behavior of Cu2O Supported Pt Atoms
Energetics of Water Dissociative Adsorption on NiO(111)-2x2
Challenges in the First-Principles Description of Reactions in Electrocatalysis
Beyond the 2D Lattice Gas and 2D Ideal Gas Models for Adsorbates: The Hindered Translator / Hindered Rotor Model
Methanol Partial Oxidation Catalyzed by Singly-dispersed Pd on ZnO(101¯0)
Simulations of Surface Induced Dissociation, Soft Landing, and Reactive Landing in Collisions of Protonated Peptide Ions with Organic Surfaces
Mask Repair Technology using Gas Field Ion Source
Application of an Advanced Bi Cluster LMIS for TOF-SIMS Analysis at the Nano-scale
Nanoscale Imaging and Characterization of Interface Driven Assembly of Soft Materials via He-Ion Beam Microscopy
Advances in Ex Situ Lift Out and Manipulation Techniques for FIB Applications
Helium Ion Microscopy Imaging of Carbon Nanofoams from Hydrothermal Carbonization of Sucrose
Nanofabrication Limits in Layered Ferroelectric Semiconductors via He-ion Beam
Focused Ion Beam Technology Challenges for Circuit Edit
Ion-milling of Graphene Nanostructures While Supported and Unsupported: Considerations of Graphene Contamination, Substrate Scattering and Beam Tailing
Interaction of Gas Field Ionized Nitrogen with Silicon
Spatially Controlled Ripple Formation in the HIM using Low Voltages and High Temperatures
The Influence of Oxygen on the Catalytic Interaction between CO2 and Copper studied by High Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Graphene Membranes for Atmospheric Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Development of Graphene Environmental Cells for Atmospheric Pressure Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Microscopy
Probing Surface Structural and Chemical Evolutions at Atomic Scale in Bi-metallic Catalysts using In Situ STEM
Calculations of Electron Inelastic Mean Free Paths for Liquid Water at Energies from 50 eV to 30 keV
Structural Response of Compact Copper Surfaces to CO Adsorption and its Effects of Reactivity
Using a Novel In-situ/Operando Chemical Cell to investigate Surface Reactions such as the Reduction of Oxygen and Surface Oxides
Monitoring of Electrochemical Reactions on Metal Surfaces with Sub-monolayer Sensitivity by Means of Polarization Optical Spectroscopy and EC-STM
A Liquid-Jet AP-XPS Study of TiO2 Nanoparticles in an Aqueous Electrolyte Solution
Exploring New Degrees of Freedom by Reducing Dimensions
Manipulating Nonlinearities in 2D NEMS
Wide Bandgap β-Ga2O3 Nanomechanical Resonators
Nonlinear Mode Coupling and Internal Resonances in MoS2 Nanoelectromechanical System
Very-High-Frequency (VHF) Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) Nanomechanical Resonators Operating in Liquid
Advancing the Development of Nanocrystal Emitters via Advanced Electron Microscopy Techniques
Demonstration of Electron Mirror for Quantum Electron Microscopy
Nanoscale Chemical Imaging by Photo-induced Force Microscopy
Strong Coupling of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances to Light-Harvesting Complexes from Plants and Bacteria
Microfluidic Device For Aptamer-Based Cancer Cell Capture And Genetic Mutation Detection
Molecular Processes in an Electrochemical Clozapine Sensor
Quantitative Quartz Crystal Microbalance Measurements across Transients Produced by Switching Fluid Properties
ToF-SIMS/XPS Characterization of Frozen-Hydrated Hydrogels
GCIB-SIMS for Studying Bacterial Surfaces
Nonthermal Plasma Driven Power to Gas
Plasma-based CO2 Conversion: Experiments and Modeling
Revisiting HgCdTe Etching Mechanism in High Density CH4-H2 Plasmas in Terms of Langmuir Adsorption Kinetics and Taking into Account Etching Inhibition
Temporal Evolution of Surface Chemistry in Ion and Radical Dominated Etch of Hydrocarbon Polymers
Etching Mechanisms of Transparent Conducting Oxides by Hydrocarbon Plasmas
The Role of the Dense Amorphous Carbon (DAC) Overlayer in Photoresist Etching
Transport Mechanism on Reactive Species in Downflow Reactors for F-based Etch
Surface Reactions of Magnetic Materials by CO Cluster Beams
A Method to Accelerate Creation of Plasma Etch Recipes Using Physics and Bayesian Statistics
Introductory Remarks About Prof. John T Yates Jr. and his Scientific Legacy
JOHN T. YATES, JR. - The Energizer Bunny (Invited Talk)
Polymer Precursors Studied by Mass Spectrometry, Ion Mobility and Computational Strategies (Invited Talk)
From Symmetry to Applications: One of Many Journeys Touched by John Yates (Invited Talk)
A Tribute to John T. Yates Jr. and His Pioneering Work with Graphitic Surfaces (Invited Talk)
Surface Science influenced by Dopants (Invited Talk)
Desorption: Out of the Vacuum, into the Liquid (Invited Talk)
Infrared Spectroscopy in Surface Science: The Legacy of John T. Yates, Jr. (Invited Talk)
From Surface Science to New Catalysts (Invited Talk)
Activation of Carbon Dioxide on Metal and Carbide Surfaces (Invited Talk)
Thermodynamic Control of TTF-TCNQ Molecular Layers on Metallic Surfaces (Invited Talk)
Surface Affinity Control by Polymer Brushes for Direct Self-Assembly
Measuring the Rate of Organic Reactions on Surfaces
Operando Investigation of Chemical Bonding at Hybrid Interfaces: the Effect of Humidity on Polymer/metal Oxide Bonds
Integration of Redox-Active Diruthenium-based Molecular Layer onto Electrodes for Memory Device Applications
Fabrication Methods of Organic-Inorganic Hybrids Based on Atomic Layer Deposition
Self-healing Antifouling Fluorinated Monolayers and Polymer Brushes: One Fluorine Goes a Long Way!
Sensitivity Enhancement in Grating Coupled Bloch Surface Wave Resonance by Azimuthal Control
Thin Film Technologies for Biomedical Devices- Current State of Art and Future Opportunities
Preparation and Characterization of Amino Coatings for Peptide Arrays
Electronic Characterization of SWCNT/Block Copolymer-based Nanofiber for Biosensor Application
Reaction Pathways and Tribofilm Formation Kinetics at a Solid-Solid Interface
Nanotribology of Graphene Revisited: The Influence of Contact Size and Substrate Topography
Iron-Doped Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings (Fe-DLCs): Synthesis, Characterization, and Tribology--Seminal Results
Tribo-Rheometry of Soft Matter
Friction Coefficient Lowering in High-hardness Boron Nitride Films Under Ultra-high Vacuum
Nanoscale Friction Properties of Water Intercalated Graphene on Mica and its Isotope Effects
The Remarkable Friction Behavior of Copper at Cryogenic Temperatures
Understanding Friction in MoS2, Part 1: Stress, Time and Temperature
Understanding Friction in MoS2, Part 2: Water, Oxidation and Run- in
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