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Location: ICTP
Address: Strada Costiera, 11 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
Room: LB (Euler Lecture Hall)
Date: 28 Sep 08:30 - 18:00

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Session: DAY 3
Pick up from LB parking lot at 13:15
on 28/9/2016 at 11:00
Session: DAY 3
Presented by Luca GREGORATTI on 28/9/2016 at 13:00
Session: DAY 3
Ion beam analysis is a quantitative analytical group of techniques, and the purpose of this lecture is to show how to avoid many pitfalls that often prevent IBA techniques from determining elemental depth profiles accurately. In fact, IBA is fraught with pitfalls. There are very many things that can be done wrong or simply go wrong unless great care is taken. We will first address pitfalls coming ... More
Presented by Nuno P. BARRADAS on 28/9/2016 at 6:30
Session: DAY 3
One of the advantages of IBA techniques over many other competitive techniques is that quantification can often be made from first principles, leading to claims of high traceable accuracy. However, many published works do not quote uncertainties on the values reported, and when they do, it is very common that the uncertainties quoted reflect only the statistics of the experiment. In fact, statisti ... More
Presented by Nuno P. BARRADAS on 28/9/2016 at 7:30
Session: DAY 3
Presented by Alessandra GIANONCELLI on 28/9/2016 at 14:30
Session: DAY 3
The basic concepts behind SIMS will be provided. The underlying models of the molecular and ion ejection process will be given. The similarities and differences between MeV-SIMS and the more conventional cluster keV-SIMS will be given. Simulations of molecular ejection from molecular material due to deposited energy spikes will be used to demonstrate the underlying physical mechanisms behind the M ... More
Presented by Roger WEBB on 28/9/2016 at 9:00
Session: DAY 3
Presented by Giuliana TROMBA on 28/9/2016 at 14:00
Session: DAY 3
Presented by Luca GREGORATTI on 28/9/2016 at 12:00
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Aliz Simon (IAEA), Sandro Scandolo (ICTP), Roger Webb (University of Surrey)