Microstructural Analysis Unit
University of Technology, Sydney
James had obtained his bachelor in applied physics as well as a masters in science by research from UTS, finishing in 2012. After a year of travel he has returned to undertake a phD with the UTS beam chemistry group.
James’s research focus involves the study of molecule – surface interactions at the nanoscale primarily utilizing the technique of electron beam induced deposition (EBID). The technique provides a unique way to study the interactions of molecules with solid surfaces. The use and development of EBID and related techniques for the fabrication of prototype nanodevices is also central to the project.
Gas Mediated Electron Beam Induced Deposition.
Nanofabrication, surface science, electron beam chemistry.
- “Role of Activated Chemisorption in Gas-Mediated Electron Beam Induced Deposition”, James Bishop, Charlene J. Lobo, Aiden Martin, Mike Ford, Matthew Phillips and Milos Toth, Physical Review Letters 109, 146103 (2012).
- “Effects of oxygen on electron beam induced deposition of SiO2 using physisorbed and chemisorbed tetraethoxysilane”, James Bishop , Milos Toth , Matthew Phillips and Charlene Lobo, Applied Physics Letters 101, 211605b (2012).
- Focused Electron Beam Induced Processing (FEBIP), June 2012, Zaragoza, Spain. Oral presentation title: “Role of Activated Chemisorption in Gas-Mediated Electron Beam Induced Deposition”, James Bishop, Milos Toth, Charlene Lobo.