14 - 15 April, 2000
Organiser: R. Jones (Exeter)
The meeting will take place in the School of Physics on Campus.
To reach Exeter see, "University of Exeter: How to get to Exeter".
The accommodation is on Campus in Nash Grove, Clydesdale Rise. This is the address to give if you take a taxi from the station. Please collect your key from the bar or the office in Clydesdale House.
Further information about the university, including a map of the campus can be found at, "University of Exeter: The University"
For more general local information see, "The South West".
Urgent messages can be left with the administrator of the School of Physics:
Tel: 01392 264151,
Fax: 01392 264111.
Outside office hours, R. Jones' home telephone number is:
The total cost of the meeting is £140 which includes all meals and accommodation on Friday and Saturday. Payment may be made by cheque, cash, or credit card (Mastercard and Visa). Please make cheques payable to "The University of Exeter".
Breakfast for people staying at Nash Grove will be served 8:00-9:00 am on Friday. Notices giving the time on Saturday will be posted at Nash Grove; please ask at the bar if you require assistance.
The timetable and agenda is intended to be flexible to accommodate slightly longer or shorter presentations, and discussion as required.
|Thursday 13th April|
|Participants arrive in the evening; please meet at The Imperial, New North Road. This is a big, old hotel converted into a pub, and is situated between St. David's Station and the University campus. It is within easy walking distance of both the station and the accommodation at Clydesdale - see map. We plan to be there from 20:00 onwards, but please feel free to arrive earlier if you wish!|
|Friday 14th April|
|Meeting Physics Building Room 503|
|09:00-10:30||Network matters (vacancies, report on organisation of workshop-school, report on mid-term-review).|
|11:00-11:30||Dr. Cor Cleys (IMECD Belgium).|
|11:30-12:00||Dr. Cinzia Davia and Prof. Steve Watts (Brunel).|
|12:00-12:30||Dr. Karl-Heinz Heinig (Dresden).|
|12:30-14:00||Lunch at Reed Hall.|
|14:00-14:30||Prof. George Kordas (Demokritos).|
|14:30-15:00||Dr. Attilio Santocchia and Dr. Barry MacEvoy (Imperial).|
|15:00-15:30||Prof. Bengt Svensson (Stockholm).|
|16:30-17:00||Prof. Gerd Weyer (Aarhus Denmark).|
|17:00-17:40||Mr. James Coomer (Exeter).|
|19:30-20:00||Reception at Reed Hall.|
|Saturday 15th April|
|Meeting Physics Building Room 503. Since the building is locked, please go to the side door at the end of the car park at 09:15 sharp to be let in.|
|09:30-10:00||Dr. Jonathan Goss (Exeter).|
|10:00-10:30||Dr. Markus Kaukonen (Exeter).|
|10:30-11:00||Mr. José Coutinho (Exeter).|
|11:30-12:00||Mr. Ben Hourahine (Exeter).|
|1.||James Coomer:||Assignments of multi-interstitial centres to optical, paramagnetic and DLTS centres.|
|2.||José Coutinho:||Oxygen in Si and Ge.|
|3.||Jon Goss:||Multi-interstitial defects in Ge.|
|4.||Ben Hourahine:||Aspects of hydrogen in silicon.|
|5.||Markus Kaukonen:||Modelling multi-tin-vacancy defects in silicon.|
|Christopher D. Latham||12th April 2000||HTML 4.0: [W3C][WDG]|