course: Plasma Technology 2
- teaching methods:
- lecture with tutorials
- computer based presentation, black board and chalk
- responsible person:
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Awakowicz
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Awakowicz (ETIT), Patrick Hermanns (ETIT)
- offered in:
- summer term
dates in summer term
- start: Wednesday the 03.04.2019
- lecture Wednesdays: from 10:15 to 11.45 o'clock in ID 03/463
- tutorial Thursdays: from 08:15 to 09.45 o'clock in ID 03/463
Date according to prior agreement with lecturer.
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The Students have gathered an elementary understanding of the mathematically description of plasma physical deposition processes. They are thereby capable of understanding real processes; recognise the dependency of essential parameters and to think about the reasonable design of further processes.
"Plasma Technology 2" deals with the fundamental questions of the interaction of plasma with surface areas, with the applicability of those interactions and concrete physical-technical processes and equipment.
The first part of the lecture is about the gas-phase and surface processes in modern plasma-technical processes. On the basis of illustrative images, the physical bases of the important surface processes are obtained.The interaction of gas-phase and surface-kinetics will be shown by the example of the oxidation of a carbon film.
The second part is dedicated to layer deposition by sputtering. The most widely used method of magnetron discharge is discussed. Both, the purely physical and the reactive sputtering of metallic, as well as dielectric layers, are shown. Fundamental questions concerning layer deposition and layer morphology are discussed depending on important parameters.
The plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) forms the third part of the lecture. Here, the deposition of films such as silicon dioxide and amorphous hydrogen-doped silicon, which are so important for microelectronics, are discussed with simple models.
- Plasmatechnik 1
- Plasmaoberflächenwechselwirkung (Prof. v. Keudell / Physik)
- Grundlagen der Chemie