Mycronic AB (publ), has received yet another order for a mask writer, built on the Prexision platform, replacing an older system for manufacturing of display photomasks. The system, sold to a customer in Asia, is scheduled to be delivered during the second half of 2016.
EULITHA, a Swiss startup company offering innovative lithography equipment and services for the nanotechnology, photonics and optoelectronic markets announced today that it received a new order for its unique PhableR 100 photolithography tool from the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP), China.
SUSS MicroTec, a global supplier of equipment and process solutions for the semiconductor industry and related markets, and the Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) are announcing a cooperation agreement in the field of nanoimprint technologies.
Mycronic AB (publ), has received an order for a mask writer replacing an older system for manufacturing of display photomasks from a customer in Asia. It is estimated that the system will be delivered during the third quarter of 2016.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Global Market for Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles 2015" report to their offering.
Rudolph Technologies, Inc. announced today that a leading Taiwan-based outsourced assembly and test (OSAT) manufacturer has selected the JetStep?W2300 Advanced Packaging Lithography System for the development of next-generation advanced packaging technology.
Polymer engineers from Cornell University have created a novel mold for nanostructures which is capable of forming liquid silicon from organic polymer materials.
Mycronic AB, has received order for an FPS mask writer within the multi purpose segment from a customer in Asia. The system is scheduled for delivery in mid-2016.
SUSS MicroTec, a global supplier of equipment and process solutions for the semiconductor industry and related markets, and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) announced today a collaboration for nanotechnology, bio-medical and semiconductor 3D packaging research.
Phase change random access memory (PRAM) is one of the strongest candidates for next-generation nonvolatile memory for flexible and wearable electronics. In order to be used as a core memory for flexible devices, the most important issue is reducing high operating current. The effective solution is to decrease cell size in sub-micron region as in commercialized conventional PRAM. However, the scaling to nano-dimension on flexible substrates is extremely difficult due to soft nature and photolithographic limits on plastics, thus practical flexible PRAM has not been realized yet.