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2013-11-18 Ultra-short laser deposition tech cuts materials costs
Picodeon's ColdAb technology is geared for the application of gold and platinum thin films, enabling thinner films and reducing precious metal costs.
2010-09-28 Femtosecond laser ablation makes new films
Researchers report on the properties of femtosecond laser ablation plumes and their use for the deposition of superconductors to make metal films such as silver, gold, iron, nickel and cobalt.
2007-04-10 Excimer laser doubles process throughput
Coherent Inc. has unveiled a higher power version of their LAMBDA SX class of high pulse energy lasers at 308nm.
2006-07-19 Coherent expands LAMBDA SX industrial laser series
Coherent introduced three new models to its LAMBDA SX series of high-power, industrial excimer lasers, all operating at up to 300Hz.
2013-12-04 Industrial laser metal deposition to improve car die forming
Researchers rebuilt a five-axis milling machine so that it could be used to alloy forming dies automatically via laser and to increase the robustness of the stainless steel die at critical points
2010-09-21 Cold-active plasma technology optimizes material deposition process
Reinhausen uses plasma gas to layer nanopowders on plastics
2013-10-21 3D memory improved via laser thermal anneal application
Laser thermal anneal application can enhance the current in vertical polysilicon channel devices for 3D memory, as demonstrated by Imec and Excico
2016-05-09 Shadow mask eases graphene etching at room temp
University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) researchers came up with a one-step process for quickly patterning and transferring graphene circuits to flexible substrates using a simple shadow mask.
2006-09-26 Antireflection-coated ball lenses come in larger sizes
Deposition Sciences Inc. (DSI) announced it is offering the IsoSphere antireflection-coated ball lenses in a variety of glass indexes and in new, larger sizes
2005-01-17 Tokyo group makes transparent transistors manufacturable
Now, a group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology claims to have solved these problems at room temperature by adding gallium and indium to ZnO, opening the gates to mass-production of transparent circuitry using industry-friendly sputtering, and at temperatures low enough for direct deposition on cheap, flexible polymers
2002-06-10 Backyard inventor inks deals with LCD giants
After more than two years of litigation, the holder of patents covering thin-film deposition processes used to make LCDs has signed licensing agreements with 16 flat-panel and semiconductor manufacturers for use of his technology
2005-05-05 Fujitsu team develops single-chip opto-silicon technology
Fujitsu Laboratories Inc. and the Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a technology to form high quality ferroelectric crystal film on silicon, opening the way for a single-chip platform integrating optical and silicon devices.
2003-12-16 Xerox prints transistors for use in LCDs
Printed organic electronics, which uses an ink jet printer to implant semiconductive polymers on a flexible substrate, process could lower the cost of LCD panels.
2009-06-29 World's 'first' OPV module developed
What is probably the world's first organic photovoltaic (OPV) module was unveiled at PV Japan World Expo.
2016-03-15 The endless pursuit of smaller packages
In this article, we explore the creativity in semiconductor package integration, while anticipating the release of the Samsung's Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 7.
2006-10-10 TFT equipment market to reach $1.14B in '07, says DisplaySearch
TFT array exposure equipment market is expected to reach $1.14 billion in 2007, and is forecast to range around $1 billion per year through 2009 according to the latest report of DisplaySearch.
2012-12-28 Temperature sensing sol'n geared for LED MOCVD
LumaSense Technologies' UV 400 and UVR 400 pyrometers help manufacturers using MOCVD improve efficiency and reduce waste in their LED manufacturing process.
2004-01-28 Sumitomo, Shinko develop next-gen PWB
Sumitomo Bakelite Co. Ltd, Sumitomo Heavy Ind. Ltd, Sumitomo Metal Mining Co. Ltd and Shinko Co. Ltd have developed a PWB for next-gen high-density packages.
2002-05-08 Sanmina-SCI yields HDI PCBs at Costa Mesa plant
EMS provider Sanmina-SCI Corp. is producing high density interconnect (HDI) multilayer PCBs at its HDI manufacturing and research center in Costa Mesa, California.
2015-12-21 Recent developments in supercaps
Supercaps are stepping up to the challenge by increasing energy density with new nanomaterials that enlarge electrode surface area and thus boost their ability to hold an electric charge.
2015-01-28 Preventing embedded PCB design defects
Printed circuit board defects can remain unnoticed until failure occurs, so it is important to implement disciplined practices even at the early stages of design.
2006-03-30 Precision resistor rated up to 20kV
The CGH/CMH high-voltage power resistors from TT electronics IRC Wirewound and Film Technologies Division provide voltage ratings up to 20kV.
2002-03-13 Photonic crystals seen enabling optical circuits
German researchers have developed a technique that could be used to construct tiny photonic crystals, enabling the construction of all-optical circuits.
2010-04-21 OLEDs want a slice of TV market
In the long term, TV is poised to be a key application for OLED. While it is not likely to be as large a market as mobile phones, the value of OLED panels for TV could reach $1.7 billion by 2016.
2015-03-17 New material tops silicon, graphene in electron mobility
Scientists recently discovered a new material believed to possess electron mobility that is 200 times greater than that of graphene and more than 1,700 times that of crystalline silicon.
2011-12-21 Low-cost technique targets flexible electronics
Solution-based processing technology pushes for smart applications with stretchable and plastic backplanes.
2006-05-16 Liquid silicon promises 'green' devices
Seiko Epson Corp. and JSR Corp. have jointly developed a liquid-silicon material called cyclopentasilane that promises to deliver environment-friendly electronic devices.
2008-07-01 LCD, plasma successors make headway
LCDs and plasma screens may be the dominant choice for TV sets today, and LCDs the displays of choice for almost every other application, but a pair of upstart technologies is vying to replace them.
2008-10-15 Keep track of these 6 fab tech, too
Keep an eye on these fab technologies, too. They're not on the hot seat, but they're not far from it, either.
2011-11-04 Joint effort pushes for low-cost tandem organic PV cells
The European FP7 project X10D aims to develop efficient organic PV technologies for the thin-film PV market.
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