Workshop on Epitaxial Growth of Infrared Materials
In conjunction with the North American Molecular Beam Epitaxy Conference, we proudly present the Workshop on Epitaxial Growth of Infrared Materials on July 20-21, 2024. This exclusive two-day workshop is dedicated to the exploration and understanding of cutting-edge methodologies and technologies behind epitaxial growth specifically for infrared materials.
Our lineup of speakers includes a mix of experts hailing from academia, leading corporations, national research laboratories, and federal agencies. These luminaries have been invited for their substantial contributions to the field, and for their insights into the future of epitaxy and infrared technology. The Workshop will be accepting poster abstracts through March 5, 2024.
Sunday afternoon offers a unique opportunity as federal program managers grace the stage to delineate their program needs. This is a valuable opportunity for workshop attendees to gauge the direction in which governmental interests and investments may be heading. It will provide a glimpse into future funding trajectories as well as potential collaborations, partnerships, and opportunities.
Workshop highlights to include:
- Advanced Epitaxial Techniques: The latest advancements and technologies in epitaxial growth that cater specifically to infrared materials.
- New Concepts: New infrared device concepts and materials to enable high-temperature operation and enhanced performance
- Interdisciplinary Collaboration: A platform where academia, industry, and national labs intersect, fostering dialogues and research collaborations.
- Funding and Future: Gaining insights from federal program managers on governmental priorities, ensuring alignment of research and development efforts with national objectives.
Attendees can anticipate robust discussions, networking opportunities, and insights into epitaxial growth, all in the context of the ever-evolving world of infrared materials and devices. This workshop will inform, inspire, and catalyze the next wave of innovation in the realm of molecular beam epitaxy for infrared applications.
Workshop Invited Speakers