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Technical and scientific specialization courses

Mass spectrometry
course

Goal

The goal of the course is to give the basic operation principles of a spectrometer and of its components. Furthermore, the course has the purpose to provide some notions related to the calibration of the instruments to optimize the interpretation of the spectra obtained during the measurements. Examples of mass spectrometric applications in academic and industrial applications are provided during the course.

Recipients

the course is addressed to the beginners of mass spectrometry

Guidelines:

Basic principles, component features and use as diagnostics
Analysis of sealed systems with mass spectrometers
Spectrometers for hydrocarbon detection
Calibration, sensitivity and instability
Industrial mass spectrometry applications

Course coordinators: 

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
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PVD and CVD Deposition technologies course

Goal:

The AIV course on "PVD and CVD DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGIES" aims to provide participants with solid foundations on these technologies, on characterization techniques and also on a broad overview of industrial applications and their respective research perspectives.

Recipients:

The course is aimed at laboratory technicians, researchers, industrial workers or students of scientific faculties who use deposition systems or surface analysis instrumentation.

Guidelines:

Plasma Deposition Technologies
Pulsed laser deposition (PLD)
Evaporation by pulsed electronic beams
Chemical Vapor Deposition
Characterization of the surfaces of the materials

Course coordinators:

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
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Vacuum Technologies
Course

Goal:

The final aim of the course is to provide the participants with solid foundations that allow them to correctly use vacuum systems, and their components, whether they are used for industrial processes (e.g. thin film depositions) or for the implementation of analyzes and measurements (e.g. mass spectrometry).

Recipients:

The course is directed at laboratory technicians, researchers, industrial workers or students of scientific faculties who use systems, implants or vacuum instrumentation.

Guidelines:

Kinetics of gases
Operating principles of low and medium vacuum pumps
Ultravacuum: Degassing, absorption pumps
The molecular regimen, the high vacuum pumps
The measurement of pressure
Materials for Vacuum Systems

Course coordinators:

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
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Goal

The goal of the course is to give the basic operation principles of a spectrometer and of its components. Furthermore, the course has the purpose to provide some notions related to the calibration of the instruments to optimize the interpretation of the spectra obtained during the measurements. Examples of mass spectrometric applications in academic and industrial applications are provided during the course.

Recipients

the course is addressed to the beginners of mass spectrometry

Guidelines:

Basic principles, component features and use as diagnostics
Analysis of sealed systems with mass spectrometers
Spectrometers for hydrocarbon detection
Calibration, sensitivity and instability
Industrial mass spectrometry applications

Course coordinators: 

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
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Goal:

The AIV course on "PVD and CVD DEPOSITION TECHNOLOGIES" aims to provide participants with solid foundations on these technologies, on characterization techniques and also on a broad overview of industrial applications and their respective research perspectives.

Recipients:

The course is aimed at laboratory technicians, researchers, industrial workers or students of scientific faculties who use deposition systems or surface analysis instrumentation.

Guidelines:

Plasma Deposition Technologies
Pulsed laser deposition (PLD)
Evaporation by pulsed electronic beams
Chemical Vapor Deposition
Characterization of the surfaces of the materials

Course coordinators:

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
Request the course 

Goal:

The final aim of the course is to provide the participants with solid foundations that allow them to correctly use vacuum systems, and their components, whether they are used for industrial processes (e.g. thin film depositions) or for the implementation of analyzes and measurements (e.g. mass spectrometry).

Recipients:

The course is directed at laboratory technicians, researchers, industrial workers or students of scientific faculties who use systems, implants or vacuum instrumentation.

Guidelines:

Kinetics of gases
Operating principles of low and medium vacuum pumps
Ultravacuum: Degassing, absorption pumps
The molecular regimen, the high vacuum pumps
The measurement of pressure
Materials for Vacuum Systems

Course coordinators:

Paolo Michelato, LASA – INFN Milano    
Enrico Maccallini, SAES GETTERS S.p.A    
Espedito Vassallo, Istituto di Fisica del Plasma CNR
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Upcoming courses in the program

HORIZON 2020 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE. FROM HORIZON 2020 TO HORIZON EUROPE

  09/05/2019 13.30-15.00

  Hilton Hotel, Viale Jannuzzo, 47, 98035 Giardini Naxos (ME)

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Program

Durante la XXIV Conferenza di AIV, sarà organizzato un corso sulle opportunità offerte dai Programmi Europei per la Ricerca e l’Innovazione; nello specifico Horizon 2020 e il futuro Horizon Europe.

Il corso prenderà in considerazione i vari aspetti legati ai contenuti ed alle principali differenze esistenti tra l’attuale programma ed il prossimo, con particolare attenzione alle modifiche delle linee guida, in funzione del migliore approccio ai nuovi bandi di ricerca.

Sarà condotta altresì un’attenta analisi afferente al project management e alla parte finanziaria dei sopracitati bandi, con particolare enfasi sui risvolti positivi che questi possono avere nei confronti delle imprese e dei centri di ricerca.

Successivamente alla parte espositiva, avrà luogo una fase di dialogo per rispondere ai quesiti dei presenti in merito alle procedure amministrative illustrate.

Il corso sarà tenuto in italiano.

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09/05/2019
Hilton Hotel, Viale Jannuzzo, 47, 98035 Giardini Naxos (ME)

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