Alexander Ebner receives E-MRS Young Researcher Award
Für seinen Beitrag über QCL-basierte spektroskopische Ellipsometrie wurde unser Kollege Alexander Ebner mit dem Young Researcher Award der E-MRS ausgezeichnet.
For his contribution on QCL-based spectroscopic ellipsometry, our colleague Alexander Ebner was awarded the Young Researcher Award of E-MRS.
E-MRS (European Materials Research Society) had held its traditional Spring Meeting 2021 in early June. The fact that this had to be held as a virtual conference due to COVID was especially unfortunate for Alexander Ebner, as the formal award ceremony for the Young Researcher Award could not take place on a large stage as usual. Nevertheless, it was a great honor and pleasure that his contribution "Quantum cascade laser based spectroscopic ellipsometry for advanced material investigation" was recognized as "outstanding paper contribution". Definitely not without reason - as the presented work enables a shortened measurement time by a factor of 66,000 (!) for the chemical-physical characterization of thin films. The award was presented only virtually - but the prize money was transferred in real terms. Our congratulations to Alex and his co-authors!
Authors: Alexander Ebner, Robert Zimmerleiter, Jakob Kilgus, Christoph Cobet (JKU), Kurt Hingerl (JKU), Christian Rankl, Markus Brandstetter
Link: Abstract N.IV.3 in Symposium N, Session IV on May 31st, 17:15: https://www.european-mrs.com/current-trends-optical-and-x-ray-metrology-advanced-materials-nanoscale-devices-vi-emrs