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7月10日上午10点 Professor John Bell 学术交流报告:Engineering Thin Film Semiconductor Gas Sensors
2013-07-08| 文章来源:国际实验室 | 【

各位老师、同学:

大家好!我们很高兴邀请到澳大利亚昆士兰大学Professor John Bell来所交流并做学术报告!

报告题目:Engineering Thin Film Semiconductor Gas Sensors

报告地点:A718

时间:7月10日(周三),上午10:00

主持:张跃钢 研究员

欢迎大家踊跃参加!

报告摘要:

Thin film semiconductor gas sensors typically operate at temperatures above 400°C, but lower temperature operation is highly desirable, especially for remote area field sensing as this reduces significantly power consumption. We have investigated a range of sensor materials based on both pure and doped tungsten oxide (mainly focussing on Fe-doping), deposited using both thermal evaporation and electron-beam evaporation, and using a variety of post-deposition annealing. The films show good sensitivity at operating temperatures as low as 150°C for detection of NO2.  There is a definite relationship between the sensitivity and the crystallinity and nanostructure obtained through the deposition and heat treatment processes, as well as variations in the conductivity caused both by doping and heat treatment.  The ultimate goal of this work is to control the sensing properties, including selectivity to specific gases through the engineering of the electronic properties and the nanostructure of the films.

In addition, the research strengths and excellent research environment in QUT especially in  School of Chemistry, Physics and Mechanical Engineering will be also introduced.

个人简介:

Professor John Bell 

Head of School of CPME 

j.bell@qut.edu.au

Professor Bell has worked for nearly 25 years on thin film materials, with research on materials for energy efficiency in buildings, solar cells, sensors and hard coatings.  He is Head of School of Chemistry, Physics and Mechanical Engineering at Queensland University. He currently holds a Queensland Government Smart Futures Fellowship on the topic “Queensland’s Solar Future”, has published over 200 refereed papers, and secured over $18 million in research funding since 1990.  He has worked on dye-sensitized solar cells focussing on materials issues, modeling of the charge transport and extraction of power form DSC and other PV systems. He has also worked on a range of energy system modeling projects, including reducing electricity demand using advanced glazings and cool roof coating materials.  John is a Director of the Australian Nanotechnology Alliance.

 
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