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    Eulitha AG is a spin-off company of the Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland. It specializes in the development of lithographic technologies for applications in photonics, optoelectronics,...
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    Cymer, the world's leading supplier of excimer light sources, delivers the deep ultraviolet (DUV) photolithography sources that are essential to today's semiconductor marketplace. Known for...
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    Ultratech, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTEK) designs, manufactures and markets photolithography equipment used worldwide in the fabrication of semiconductor and nanotechnology devices, and has pioneered laser...
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    Kelvin Nanotechnology was created in 1997 to facilitate the commercialisation of the world-class technology and expertise in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the...
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    Australian company, The Bandwidth Foundry seeks to create value through innovation in photonics manufacturing via: technology innovations and transfers that create new business or extend or...
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    imt (innovative micro technology) - a leading MEMS manufacturing partner that combines cooperative design services with a unique mix of experience in prototyping, process development, high-volume...
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    Smart Filter Technology was developed and proven in the late 1990's, when David Fries of the University of South Florida built the first photolithography exposure system that utilized this technology....
  • Article - 21 Sep 2006
    Several lithographic techniques are used for patterning in the nanoscale region. The most commonly used of these techniques is photolithography.
  • Article - 4 Jun 2007
    Kelvin Nanotechnology provides a wide range of R&D and prototyping services. Core facilities include molecular beam epitaxy wafer growth, electron beam lithography, nano-imprint lithography, reactive...
  • Article - 22 Jan 2007
    In addition to lithographic techniques like photolithography and electron beam lithography used commonly in producing nanotechnology related devices, a rapidly emerging technique is soft lithography.