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  • From: HORVATH Zsolt Jozsef <horvzsj AT>
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  • Date: Wed Oct 31 14:25:00 2001
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Call for Papers

6th International Workshop on
Expert Evaluation & Control of Compound Semiconductor Materials & Technologies

26-29 May 2002
Budapest, Hungary


You are kindly solicited to participate and to present your latest results at the only specialized conference devoted to the evaluation, characterization and control of the compound semiconductor materials and technologies, at the EXMATEC 2002. An effective personal and informal exchange of new ideas, attempts, results, failures, thoughts must help in effectiveness of our separate, individual and common aspirations.
EXMATEC 2002 is the continuation of successful biannial meetings, previously held in Lyon, Parma, Freiburg, Cardiff and Heraklion. It will be held in a conference format with both oral invited and contributed presentations as well as poster papers. The Organizers hope that both the scientific level of the Workshop program and the attractive conference site will meet your highest requirements.


EXMATEC 2002 is the continuation of successful, biannial meetings, previously held in Lyon, Parma, Freiburg, Cardiff and Heraklion. Contributions fall within the scope of EXMATEC as long as they treat issues of material fabrication, characterization and processing of compound semiconductors. Works on devices are also appropriate in this context. The central topics are development, improvement and application of new and advanced methods in the fabrication and evaluation of compound semiconductor materials and structures to develop understanding of the interrelationship between structural, electrical and other material properties and device characteristics, such as performance, reliability, reproducibility, lifetime, yield, etc. The conference topics apply to all compound semiconductor materials, related structures and processing steps.


Topics include, but are not necessarily limited to the following:

* Narrow, intermediate and wide gap III-V, IV-IV, II-VI, II-IV-V2 based compound materials and devices

* Substrates, bulk and surface properties, post growth treatment, growth control and assessment, large diameter wafers
* Epi-layers, wafer bonding, band gap engineering, compliant substrates, growth control and characterization, selective deposition, ion implantation, hydrogenation, etc.
* Control of interfaces, surface structure, substrate pre-processing, vertical structures, lattice mismatch, phase separation, undulations, atomic ordering, ripple, etc.
* Quantum dots, low dimensional structures, other nano-structures

* Epitaxy of group III nitrides (GaN, GaAlN, GaAsN, GaPN, GaInN, etc.)
* Photonic crystals and related devices: processing and characterization

* Development, fabrication, modeling and evaluation of compound microelectronic and optoelectronic MEMS/MOEMS devices
* Reliability, physics of failure and characterization of degradation mechanisms
* Process monitoring, characterization of growth, structures, devices, and use of statistical process control techniques
* Instrumentation, standardization, innovative and improved characterization techniques


The official language of the conference is English.

Abstract submisson

Maximum one page (A4) abstracts including name, affiliation, E-mail addresses and fax numbers of authors are required. Online WEB submission is preferred.
To submit your abstract, please visit the official homage of the conference:
Hard copy submission is not required, but if you prefer, use MS Word and submit a floppy disk in addition to the hard copy version to the Workshop Secretariat.
Full length papers will be published in a refereed scientific journal after the conference.

To submit your abstract, please visit the official homage of the conference: <>

Deadline for receipt of your abstracts
7 January 2002

Notification of Acceptance
1 March 2002

If you wish to receive further information on the scientific program, the social programs, registration information and hotel accommodation, please, register on-line: <>

Workshop secretariat

Diamond Congress Ltd.
H-1255 Budapest POB 48. Hungary
Tel: + 36 1 214 77 01 Fax: + 36 1 201 26 80
E-mail: <mailto:diamond AT>diamond AT

Chairman of the workshop

Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Konkoly T. M. u. 29-33, H-1121 Budapest, Hungary
<mailto:somogyi AT>somogyi AT

Local organising committee

Zs. J. Horváth (Chair)
Á. Nemcsics
B. Põdör
V. Rakovics
F. Riesz
Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Konkoly T. M. u. 29-33, H-1121 Budapest, Hungary
P. Turmezei
Budapest Polytechnic, Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Budapest, Hungary

International steering committee

W. T. Anderson (USA)
R. T. Blunt (United Kingdom)
J. Deen (Canada)
P. N. Favennec (France)
J. P. Fillard (France)
H. L. Hartnagel (Germany)
H. Hasegawa (Japan)
W. Jantz (Germany)
S. Krawczyk (France) (Chair)
D. Lile (USA)
S. Mahajan (USA)
S. Miyazawa (Japan)
M. Ozeki (Japan)
P. Panayotatos (USA)
D. Pavlidis (USA)
A. Scavennec (France)
J. G. Swanson (United Kingdom)
R. Triboulet (France)
J. Weyher (The Netherlands)

International scientific committee

R. Blunt (United Kingdom)
M. Brozel (United Kingdom)
C. Frigeri (Italy)
J. Gyulai (Hungary) (Chair)
M Heuken (Germany)
K. Hirose (Japan)
J. Jimenez (Spain)
D. C. Look (USA)
J. Novák (Slovakia)
Y. Otoki (Japan)
S. Pearton (USA)
B. Põdör (Hungary) (Co-chair)
E. Rao (France)
Y. Zhilyaev (Russia)


Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is an economic, financial and cultural centre with two million inhabitants. The city, which is beautifully situated on both sides of the river Danube, has a 2000 year-old history. There are relics from the time of the Roman Empire as well as from the Middle Ages. However, it mainly reflects the atmosphere of the end of the 19th century. There are lots of museums, theatres and concert halls, plenty of restaurants and other places of amusement. Several baths offer the pleasure of medicinal thermal waters of mineral springs. As Budapest is a traffic junction in Central Europe, it can be easily reached by air, train, car or hydrofoil.


<>Mercure Buda Hotel

H-1013 Budapest, Krisztina körút 41-43. Hungary
Phone: +36 1 488 8100
Fax: +36 1 355 6964
E-mail: <mailto:mercurebuda AT>mercurebuda AT

Partner conference

21-24 May, 2002, Moscow, Russia
Chair: V. Lyubchenko
E-mail: lyubch AT
shapoval AT

Other related conferences in the neighbourhoud

Extended Defects in Semiconductors, EDS
1-6 June, 2002, Bologna, Italy

14th InP and Related Materials
12-16 May 2002, Stockholm, Sweden

11th IC on Metal-Organic Vapour Phase Epitaxy
3-7 June, 2002, Berlin, Germany

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Zsolt J. Horvath
Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
Mailing address:
Budapest 114, P.O.Box 49., H-1525 Hungary
Visiting address:
Budapest XII. (Csilleberc), Konkoly Thege Miklos ut 29-33.
Building 18/D, Room 102.
Phone: (36)-(1)-3922683 (or 3922222 Ext. 2683 or 3156)
Fax: (36)-(1)-3922235 (or 3922226)
E-mail: horvzsj AT
horvath.zsolt AT
horzsolj AT
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