Examine application of thin film technology, Physics

1) Examine a particular thin film system in some depth -review the literature.

  • Ag deposited on GaAs
  • Al deposited on Si
  • Fe/Cr/Fe multilayer structures

 

2) Examine a particular application of thin film technology. Optical coatings (UVblock, anti---reflection, reflective...)

  • Friction and wear coatings
  • Quantum well structures
  • Photovoltaic devices
  • Giant magneto resistance devices for magnetic recording heads
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