Natalia Silvis-Cividjian

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Electron-beam-induced deposition ͑EBID͒ is a versatile micro-and nanofabrication technique based on electron-induced dissociation of metal-carrying gas molecules adsorbed on a target. EBID has the advantage of direct deposition of three-dimensional structures on almost any target geometry. This technique has occasionally been used in focused electron-beam(More)
Electron-beam-induced deposition ͑EBID͒ is a potentially fast and resistless deposition technique which might overcome the fundamental resolution limits of conventional electron-beam lithography. We advance the understanding of the EBID process by simulating the structure growth. The merit of our model is that it explains the shapes of structures grown by(More)
Pervasive Computing is a growing area in research and commercial reality. Despite this extensive growth, there is no clear consensus on how and when to teach it to students. We report on an innovative attempt to teach this subject to first year Computer Science students. Our course combines computer science, engineering and social disciplines, such as: data(More)
Recently, the fabrication resolution in electron beam-induced deposition (EBID) has improved significantly. Dots with an average diameter of 1 nm have been made. These results were all obtained in transmission electron microscopes on thin samples. As one may think that such resolution can be achieved on thin samples only, it is the objective of this paper(More)
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