AIM - Center for Application of Ion Beams in Materials Research

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List of installations

All existing experimental facilities will be open for external users. However, it is expected that the interest will focus on

• 3 electrostatic MeV accelerators ( 5 MV tandem, 3 MV Tandetron, 2 MV van de Graaff)
• 7 beam lines for ion beam analysis (2x RBS, ERDA, external proton beam - PIXE, NRA, nuclear microprobe, high-resolution RBS with magnet spectrometer)
• three ion implanters (200 kV high current implanter, 500 kV implanter, LE broad beam implanter)
• 2 devices for plasma-based ion implantation (200-liter chamber, metal PBII)
• 2 devices for ion beam assisted deposition (IBAD)
• Fine-focused ion beam machine

LE-Implanter 2

500kV-Implanter

DIChamber 2


 

AIM  Specialities: 

Simultaneaous Double Implantation

  • Target Station Combining 3MV Tandetron and 500 kV Implanter

Ion Beam Analysis

  • ERDA at Nuclear Microprobe

Mikrosonde 1

ERDA-Schema

ERDA 1

 

Real-Time In-situ Analysis

  • Low-energy ion beam processing (< 2 keV) combined with in-situ heavy-ion ERDA
  • Real-time in-situ surface analysis and plasmadiagnostic during magnetron sputtering using ion beam analysis (NRA) and mass spectroscopy
  • Gaseous ion implantation (< 20 kV) combined with in-situ RBS and heavy-ion ERDA
  • High-energy implantation (from 3 MV Tandetron or 500 kV implanter) combined with in-situ high-resolution RBS
  • Ion beam assisted deposition combined with in-situ optical diagnostics (ellipsometry, infrared absorption) and in-situ film stress measurement

 

PIXE-Schema

RBS-Schema

NRA-Schema

 

Schema of the Ion Beam Center AIM

Ionenstrahlzentrum 2006
 

AIM
Managing Director: Prof. Dr. Wolfhard Möller
Management: Prof. Dr. Andreas Kolitsch
Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research
P.O.Box 51 01 19, D-01314 Dresden, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)351-260 3348, Fax: +49 (0)351-260 2703