International Workshop on Acoustic Activation of Surface Processes
January 9-12, 2013, Breckenridge, Colorado

School Materials

Guided ultrasonic bulk (3D), surface (2D), and wedge (1D) waves in surface diagnostics and processing
Peter Hess, University of Heidelberg, Germany
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Acoustic wave excitation of catalysis at surfaces
Yasunobu Inoue, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
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Observation of enhanced diffusion of molecular clusters via pulsed laser ultrasonic excitation: The role amplitude modulated laser excitation to materials synthesis/processing
Henry Helvajian, The Aerospace Corporation
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Computational and theoretical analysis of acoustic enhancement of surface diffusion
Leonid Zhigilei, University of Virginia
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Low temperature growth of thin films based on electron stimulated desorption techniques
Steven George, University of Colorado
Building a DARPA program - the case of Local Control of Materials Synthesis (LoCo)
Brian Holloway, DARPA
Possibility to grow crystalline thin films at room temperature using ion-assisted pulsed laser deposition
Yongfeng Lu, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Atomic-scale modeling of surface modification and thin-film deposition
Susan Sinnott, University of Florida
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The 'one-two punch': Synergisms in laser and mechanical interactions with surfaces
Thomas Dickinson, Washington State University
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Understanding surface processes through first-principles calculations
Ye Xu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Coherent acoustic phonons: A novel approach to materials characterization and modification far from equilibrium
Norman Tolk, Vanderbilt University
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Theoretical and computational study of acoustically induced structuring of diffusing adatoms by standing surface waves
Vladimir Zaitsev, Institute of Applied Physics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia and University of Virginia
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In situ diagnostics of carbon nanostructure growth kinetics on surfaces: Pulsed CVD of nanotubes and graphene
David Geohegan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Photoacoustics from MHz to THz, from surface to bulk, from linear response to shock
Keith A. Nelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sonic waves in solids generated by femtosecond pulses. A time resolved x-ray diffraction study
Ali Oguz Er, University of California, Irvine
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Atomistic simulations of thin film deposition: Discussion of shock wave activation using ion beams and laser pulses
George H. Gilmer, Colorado School of Mines
Laser-induced acoustic desorption mass spectrometry
Hilkka I. Kenttämaa, Purdue University
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Chemical vapor deposition of graphene
Bruce H. Weiller, The Aerospace Corporation
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Studying materials synthesis with surface science methods-ultrathin films, interfaces and nanostructures
Petra Reinke, University of Virginia
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Photoacoustics at surfaces and thermal diffusion
Gerald Diebold, Brown University
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The versatility of semiconductor nanomembrane release and transfer printing techniques
Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Acoustically controlled microfluidic jetting for laser printing applications
Craig Arnold, Princeton University
Studying materials synthesis with surface science methods: Ultrathin films, interfaces and nanostructures
Petra Reinke, University of Virginia
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Interaction of surface acoustic waves with microparticles
Alexei Maznev, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Improvements to implementation of laser-induced acoustic desorption for mass spectrometric analysis of petroleum
Alexander Dow, Purdue University
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Richard R. Mu, Fisk University & Vanderbilt University
Continuum modeling of target damage in multipulse and CW laser heating
Alexey Volkov, University of Virginia
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Computational and theoretical analysis of acoustic enhancement of surface diffusion
Chengping Wu, University of Virginia
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Molecular dynamics investigation of nonlinear surface waves
Maxim Shugaev, University of Virginia
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