Dr Antulio Tarazona

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After completing his PhD in 1997 in Physics at the University of Düsseldorf, preceded by a Master in Electronics from the Tohoku University, Antulio had a successful carrier in the corporate environment working for the BOC Group. He had a wide range of technical and commercial roles from R&D Engineer to European manager for the supply of materials and services to the main semiconductors companies. In 2006, He left BOC to form his own company and raised the capital to develop his own silicon CVD business and filling 3 key patent aspects of his ideas, which have all now been granted. His team completed the development and building of their first CVD system in December 2009, financed by a TSB grant and private capital, which was destined for the SNC of the University of Southampton, Collaborative partner within the TSB project. Since the installation of the Hot Wire CVD in February 2010, Antulio has been associated with the University of Southampton in different capacities until April 2014 who accept a research fellowship in the “Silicon Photonics for Future Systems” programme.1. Maria Theresa de Leon, Antulio Tarazona, Harold Chong, and Michael Kraft (2014) Design, modelling, and evaluation of thermoelectric generators with hot-wire chemical vapor deposited polysilicon as thermoelement material. Journal of Electronic Materials (In press).2. A.Tarazona, M.T.De Leon, D.Grech, I.Zeimpekis, S.Kai, H.M.H.Chong, P.Ashburn \"Illustration of the industrial readiness of hot wire chemical vapor deposition (HWCVD) as part of standard micro-fabrication and high spec nanofabrication production lines,\" accepted for presentation, 8th Hot-wire (Cat) Chemical Vapor Deposition Conference, 13-16 October 2014, Braunschweig, Germany, (2014)3. Wassim J.Mughal, Humayun A.Mughal, Alan G.Laffoley, Antulio Tarazona, Sergei Simdyankin, Darren M.Bagnall, Stuart A.Boden, Nick E.B.Cowern. In, 40th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, Denver, USA, 8-13 June 20144. T.Ben Masaud, A.Tarazona, G.Mashanovich, G.T.Reed and H.M.H.Chong. (2012) Hot Wire Chemical Vapour Deposition for Integrated Silicon Waveguide Devices.In European Optical Society Annual Meeting (EOSAM), Aberdeen, Scotland5. Mehdi Banakar, Antulio Tarazona, Richard Smith and Darren M. Bagnall. Epitaxial growth of C-Si wafer solar cell emitters. In, 10th Photovoltaic Science Applications and Technology Conference, Edinburg, GB, 6-8 Apr 2011

Dr Antulio Tarazona is (or has formerly been) affiliated with Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton and University of Southampton.

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