IEEE Illumination Conference

  • IEEE Illumination 2018


    February 2nd and 3rd, 2018


    Louis' Loft
    93 Campus Dr, Saskatoon
    SK, Canada

    Ticket Prices

    Wine and Cheese:

    $20 student members
    $25 student non-members
    $40 professional members

    Whole weekend / Conference:

    $30 student members
    $35 student non-members
    $50 professional members

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Speaker: Michael Bradley

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Michael Bradley will be speaking at Illumination this year!

Michael Bradley earned an Honours B.Sc. in Applied Physics from the University of New Brunswick and a Ph.D. in Physics from MIT, with a thesis entitled “A sub-ppb measurement of the mass of 133Cs for a new determination of the fine-structure constant”. Following his Ph.D. he spent three years working in the R&D labs of Axcelis Technologies (formerly the Eaton Semiconductor Equipment Corp.) developing new plasma ion implantation systems for silicon chip processing. In 2003 he joined the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), where he set up a CFI & NSERC- funded semiconductor plasma processing research lab. He also spent two years working at the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM) in Sèvres, France where he built the first prototype for a proposed new superconducting Watt Balance. Prof. Bradley is currently Professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics at the U of S, where he runs an active lab in the U of S Plasma Physics Laboratory (U of S PPL). His research interests focus on the development of new plasma source technologies, pulsed plasmas, and use of plasmas for materials processing applications including nanofabrication. Prof. Bradley is the current Chair of the Canadian Association of Physicists Division of Plasma Physics (CAP-DPP).

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