The 5th International Conference
Physics of X-Ray Multilayer Structures
March 5-9, 2000
Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France
de congrès le "Majestic"
The development in recent years of nanometer-period multilayer structures has enabled many new and exciting technological applications, and has contributed to our fundamental understanding of a variety of physical phenomena. This conference focuses primarily on the physics and properties of X-ray multilayers, that is, structures optimized specifically for their short-wavelength (X-ray and EUV) optical properties (reflectance, transmittance, polarization, etc.) Studies of the relationships between growth, structure, and properties of X-ray multilayers, as well as relevant investigations of nanometer-period multilayers intended for other purposes (e.g., neutron optics, magnetics, etc.) are of particular interest.
This fifth meeting will again provide an informal setting for participants to present recent results and exchange new ideas. An additional goal of the conference is to identify and address key physics issues affecting the implementation of multilayer structures in emerging technologies.
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