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2020系列学术报告之一Advanced Nanofabrication and Applications by Glancing Angle Deposition

报告嘉宾:   Yiping Zhao  教授 (University of Georgia, USA)

时    间:2020年1月3日(周五),上午10:00-12:00

地   点:21教105会议室



Glancing angle deposition (GLAD) is a simple nanofabrication technique that combines oblique angle deposition with substrate manipulations and source controls in a physical vapor deposition system. The geometry shadowing effect is the dominant growth mechanism resulting in the formation of various nanostructure arrays by programming the substrate rotation in polar and/or azimuthal direction. With recent advance in a multilayer deposition procedure, one can design complex and multifunctional heterogeneous nanostructures. Also with a co-deposition system of two or more sources, novel nanocomposites or doped nanostructure arrays can be produced, which results in nanostructures with different morphology. Finally, when those deposition configurations are combined with regular template or mask, metamaterials of unique properties can be produced. In this talk, I will highlight some of the recent progress in nanofabrication by GLAD and its applications in plasmonics, biodetection, high throughput nanomaterials screening, etc. and its future directions.


Dr. Yiping Zhao received his B.S. degree in Electronics from Peking University in 1991 and MS degree in condensed matter physics from Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1994.  He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1999.  He is currently a Distinguished Research Professor at the Department of Physics and Astronomy in University of Georgia, Fellow of  SPIE (the International Society of Optics and Photonics), and Fellow of AVS (American Vacuum Society).  Prof. Zhao is the author or co-author of more than 287 peer reviewed journal papers, 33 conference proceeding papers, 2 books, 7 book chapters, and 12 US patents. His major research interests are nanostructures and thin films fabrication and characterization, plasmonic nanostructures, chemical and biological sensors, nano-photocatalysts, antimicrobial materials, nanomotors, and nanotechnology for stroke treatment.