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Workshop Ellipsometry
History, Scope & Topics

History 10th Workshop Ellipsometry

The Workshop of Ellipsometry (WSE) has taken place since 2000, gathering an increasing number of scientists from all over the world. The 10th edition, which will take place in Chemnitz (Germany) from March 19th - 21st 2018, follows the previous workshops held in Stuttgard (2000 and 2004), Berlin (2002, 2006, and 2011), Zweibr├╝cken (2009), Leipzig (2012), Dresden (2014), Enschede (2015).  [List of history]

Scope 10th Workshop Ellipsometry

The aim of this workshop is to provide a platform to present new advances and developments in ellipsometric application, science, and technology and related methods of metrology as well as to encourage interdisciplinary research.

The topics discussed at the workshop are intended to span from science to industrial applications. Contributions from a wide field of ellipsometry applications are welcome.

This workshop will provide a platform for young researchers to exchange experiences and gain knowledge on basics of ellipsometry and related methods as well as on a wide field of ellipsometry applications.

The workshop character will be accentuated for the following elements:

A session "Latest news and Open Problems" will take place where very recent results which are currently not fully understood, unresolved but interesting problems related to ellipsometry technique and data interpretation, and questions of ellipsometric terminology and standardisation can be discussed. Furthermore this session shall provide the opportunity to explore new fields of ellipsometry applications. Here, especially contributions of young scientists are welcome. The oral sessions will contain short talks with a lot of time for discussion.

Secondly, all speakers are encouraged to present their talk also as a poster in order to initiate further discussion at the poster sessions.

The posters will be shown all the time during the Workshop.

Topics of Interest 10th Workshop Ellipsometry

Teaser: Arbeitskreis Ellipsometrie, Paul Drude e. V.