Quality Control of Ultra High Barrier Films by Comparison of the Barrier Improvement Factor Between Gases
Grand Ballroom G
15:55 - 16:20
Speaker Biography (Christine Walsh)
Christine Walsh is a Project Manager with Vinci Technologies for Ultra High Vacuum systems and components. In this role, she is Responsible for Product Development of a series of high sensitivity permeameters designed to evaluate Ultra High Barrier materials using Helium, Oxygen, Water and other gases as probe molecules (See QHV-4 Rapid Helium Permeameter). Drawing from a background in applied physics and several years' experience in metrology equipment, her goal is to provide reliable, ergonomic fully automated systems to meet customer specifications
Company Profile (Vinci Technologies)
Vinci Technologies is an independent French company, specializing in the design, manufacturing and marketing of instrumentation, for the high vacuum and Oil & Gas industries. Based in Paris, the company has 100+ employees including one subsidiary in the US and one affiliate in India. The vacuum division of the company designs complete thin film analysis & deposition systems (thermal and e-beam evaporation, sputtering, pulse laser deposition, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Transfer tubes, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy,...) and addresses all technical requests of the wordwide nanotechnology centers. The most recent edition to the vacuum product range is the Helium Permeameter, QHV-4 aimed at providing rapid analysis of Ultra High Barrier films.