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Surface Analysis Techniques June & Sept 2013

Surface Analysis Techniques June & Sept 2013

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1. Technical Personnel and Decision-Makers are encouraged to participate in this training.
2. DECISION MAKERS: Technical Directors, Managers, Purchasers.
3. TECHNICAL PERSONNEL: Lecturers, Technical Sales, Marketing, Failure Analysis, Research & Development, Quality Control and Assurance, Production Engineers or Technicians.

The characteristic of surface and near-surface regions of materials can be characterised by various surface analysis techniques. Applications of many engineering materials are determined by the surface and near-surface structures. Therefore, the well being of this region is essential in order to obtain a pre-required condition for those materials to be applied for a specific application. Typically, failure of engineering products may be traced back to surface/near-surface contamination or surface reconstruction. In order to obtain more information related to the failure, in-sight of these regions need to be exposed. This course is outlined to introduce basic principles of surface science, which serve as an essential foundation to explain the operation concepts and applications of several important surface analysis techniques. Know-how of interpreting the analysis data is also explained in this “easy-to-follow” and “easy-to-understand” training course. With these and the support of brief but sufficient fundamental theories, skill of selecting a relevant technique with respect to its practical engineering usage will be covered. Ultimate goal for this course is to increase level of knowledge in making a correct technical decision to solve surface related issues and transform knowledge into applications.
Suitable for:
1. Technical Personnel and Decision-Makers are encouraged to participate in this training.
2. DECISION MAKERS: Technical Directors, Managers, Purchasers.
3. TECHNICAL PERSONNEL: Lecturers, Technical Sales, Marketing, Failure Analysis, Research & Development, Quality Control and Assurance, Production Engineers or Technicians.

The characteristic of surface and near-surface regions of materials can be characterised by various surface analysis techniques. Applications of many engineering materials are determined by the surface and near-surface structures. Therefore, the well being of this region is essential in order to obtain a pre-required condition for those materials to be applied for a specific application. Typically, failure of engineering products may be traced back to surface/near-surface contamination or surface reconstruction. In order to obtain more information related to the failure, in-sight of these regions need to be exposed. This course is outlined to introduce basic principles of surface science, which serve as an essential foundation to explain the operation concepts and applications of several important surface analysis techniques. Know-how of interpreting the analysis data is also explained in this “easy-to-follow” and “easy-to-understand” training course. With these and the support of brief but sufficient fundamental theories, skill of selecting a relevant technique with respect to its practical engineering usage will be covered. Ultimate goal for this course is to increase level of knowledge in making a correct technical decision to solve surface related issues and transform knowledge into applications.

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(wholly-owned by Universiti Sains Malaysia)
 
Dates : (i) 25, 26 & 27 June 2013 or (ii) 9, 10 & 11 September 2013Time : 9.00 a.m. 5.00 p.m.Venue : Kompleks
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UREKA, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
 
PUSAT PENGAJIAN KEJURUTERAAN BAHAN & SUMBER MINERALSCHOOL OF MATERIALS & MINERAL RESOURCES ENGINEERING
Approved Under HRDF1Malaysia Training ProgramProgramme ID : 3089
More than 300 Engineers and Researchers have benefited from this course.
HRDF Claimable*
*Subject to HRDF ApprovalREGISTRATION FEE
(Covers training materials, refreshment including lunches and Certificate of Attendance) 
 
Normal
: MYR2,785.00 per participant
 
Group
: MYR2,506.00 per participant
 
(Minimum 3 participants from the samecompany / organisation)
 
in collaboration with:in collaboration with:in collaboration with:in collaboration with:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
 
Technical Personnel and Decision-Makers are encouraged to participate in thistraining.
 
DECISION MAKERS: Technical Directors, Managers, Purchasers.
 
TECHNICAL PERSONNEL: Lecturers, Technical Sales, Marketing, Failure Analysis,Research & Development, Quality Control and Assurance, Production Engineers or Technicians.
 
 
INTRODUCTION
The characteristic of surface and near-surface regions ofmaterials can be characterised by various surface analysistechniques. Applications of many engineering materials aredetermined by the surface and near-surface structures.Therefore, the well being of this region is essential in order toobtain a pre-required condition for those materials to be appliedfor a specific application. Typically, failure of engineeringproducts may be traced back to surface/near-surfacecontamination or surface reconstruction. In order to obtain moreinformation related to the failure, in-sight of these regions needto be exposed. This course is outlined to introduce basicprinciples of surface science, which serve as an essentialfoundation to explain the operation concepts and applications ofseveral important surface analysis techniques. Know-how ofinterpreting the analysis data is also explained in this “easy-to-follow” and “easy-to-understand” training course. With these andthe support of brief but sufficient fundamental theories, skill ofselecting a relevant technique with respect to its practicalengineering usage will be covered. Ultimate goal for this courseis to increase level of knowledge in making a correct technicaldecision to solve surface related issues and transformknowledge into applications.
COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon the completion of this course, participants will be able to:i. List down common techniques used for surface analysis.ii. Explain operation principles of those techniques.iii. State advantages and limitations of a given analysistechnique.
iv.
Systematically identify and justify useful analyticaltechnique for problem solving.
 
BENEFITS TO PARTICIPANTS
1. Enhancement of technical knowledge on (Figure 1):i. General and specific analysis techniques used inindustries and research labs.ii. Selection of appropriate analysis techniques forproblem solving.2. Improvement in decision-making process for analysistechnique selection based on:i. Technical justify concept.ii. Technical guidelines.3. Reduction of wastage (time and money) by making acorrect technical decision.Figure 1: General level of knowledge for user ofanalysis technique.
COURSE METHODOLOGY
i. Face-to-face lecture 75%;
 
ii. Pair-share discussion 10%;iii. Group activities 5%;iv. Open discussion 10%.
COURSE CO-ORDINATOR
ASSOC. PROF. DR. IR. CHEONG KUAN YEW
Kuan Yew Cheong was born in Ipoh,Perak (1972) and received the B. Eng(1st Hons.) in Materials Engineeringfrom Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM),Malaysia in 1997. After graduation, heworked for two years as a projectengineer and quality assuranceengineer in a project managementcompany and a semiconductor-devicemanufacturing factory in Malaysia.
 
End of 1999, he decided to pursue his postgraduate study(M.Sc.) after being awarded a Fellowship under the AcademicStaff Training Scheme from USM. After completion his M.Sc. inMaterials Engineering (Thin Film Technology) in 2001, hecontinued his Ph.D. in the School of MicroelectronicEngineering, Griffith University, Australia and the degree wasawarded in 2004. This study was fully sponsored by AustralianResearch Council, USM, and Griffith University PostgraduateResearch Scholarship. In 2005, he was awarded a Certificate ofTeaching and Learning from USM.Now he is serving as an Associate Professor at the School ofMaterials & Mineral Resources Engineering, USM. He isteaching under- and post-graduate courses related to fabricationand characterization of engineering & electronic materials anddevices for more than 8 years. Dr. Cheong’s main research areais on semiconductor device fabrication, electronic packaging,and characterization. The outcomes of his research have beenpublished in more than 100 high-impact-factor journals and 3book chapters. Due to his expertise in wide-bandgapsemiconductor-based device fabrication technology, for the pastsix years, he has been invited three times as a Visiting Scientistto Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI), Korea.He has also being invited as an Invited Speaker and KeynoteSpeaker in International Conference on Electronic Materials2010 (ICEM 2010) - International Union of Materials ResearchSocieties (IUMRS), Korea, CIE & IEM International Seminar onElectrical, Electronic and Energy Saving 2010, Taiwan, andInfineon Technologies (Kulim) Sdn Bhd (IFKM) TechnicalSymposium 2010, Malaysia, Surface Engineering 2011 atBangkok, Thailand, and Collaborative Conference on CrystalGrowth on Dec 2012 at Florida USA. Dr Cheong has served asa reviewer for numerous referred journals and theses examiner.He has reviewed more than 350 manuscripts and now servingas an Advisory Editorial Board Member of Materials Science inSemiconductor Processing published by Elsevier Science B.Vand Associate Editor of Physics Express published by SimplexAcademic. He is also a Professional Engineers in MaterialEngineering discipline under Board of Engineers, Malaysia.Outside university, he is very active in professional andcommunity activities. He is a member of Materials ResearchSociety (USA). He was the honorary treasurer for ElectronMicroscopy Society, Malaysia for year 2005/2006. Since 2005,he has been elected as one of the Ex-comms of the Institute ofElectrical, Electronic Engineers (IEEE) – Component, Package,and Manufacturing Technology (CPMT) Society and ElectronDevice Society (EDS), Malaysia Chapter. In addition, he was theChairman of the electronic engineering technical division (eETD)under The Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) from 2009 to2012 and now is the Advisor of the technical division. He hasbeen appointed as a Council Member of IEM and a StandingCommittee on Qualification/Admission andExamination/Training.For the past years, he has involved in organizing a number oflocal and international conferences and being invited to chair afew technical sessions in those conferences. Dr Cheong, who isa certified PSMB Trainer, has been delivering technical trainingcourses for local and multinational electronics industries for thepast 5 years and more than 400 engineers and researchershave benefited from those courses.
 
 
SURFACE ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
COURSE OUTLINE
 
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1.
 
Introduction.2.
 
Fundamental of Surface Sciences.3.
 
Logical Sequence of Practical Surface Analytical Problem Solving.4.
 
Electron Beam Techniques:i.
 
Electron Microscopy (EM);ii.
 
Energy Dispersive X-ray (EDX);iii.
 
Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES);iv.
 
Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS).
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5.
 
Ion Beam Techniques:i.
 
Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy (SIMS);ii.
 
Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (RBS).6.
 
X-Ray Techniques:i.
 
X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF);ii.
 
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS);iii.
 
X-Ray Diffraction (XRD).7.
 
Scanning Probe Microscopy:i.
 
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM).
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8.
 
Optical Techniques:i.
 
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR);ii.
 
Raman Spectroscopy.9.
 
Comparison of Various Surface Analysis Techniques.10.
 
Selection of Surface Analysis Techniques – A General Rule.
Previous ParticipantsIndustry:
Vista Point Technologies Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
Possehl Electronics (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Melaka.
Motorola Technology Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
Dynacraft Industries Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
KOBE Precision Technology Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
National Semiconductor Sdn. Bhd., Melaka.
Fuji Electric (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Kedah.
Penang Seagate Industries (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.,Penang.
Avago Technologies (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
Globetronics Industries Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
Silterra (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Kedah.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Export Sdn. Bhd.,Penang.
Hoya Electronics Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., Kedah.
Intel Products (M) Sdn. Bhd., Kedah.
Philips Lumileds Lighting Company Sdn. Bhd., Penang.
Becker Industrial Coatings (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Malaysia Nuclear Agency
Knowles Electronics (M) Sdn. Bhd.
 
Previous Participants
 
University:
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP).
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM).
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).
University College Sedaya International (UCSI).
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
University Malaya (UM).
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM).
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
 
Technical Details:Associate Professor Dr. Ir. Cheong Kuan YewSchool of Materials & Mineral Resources Engineering, USM.+604-653 3888 ext 5259cheong@eng.usm.myRegistration and others:Khairol Anuar Hazir MohammedUSAINS Holding Sdn. Bhd.+604-653 4372 / +6012-286 9048khairol@usainsgroup.com / khairol_usains@yahoo.com
 

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