Mantis Deposition has just introduced HEX, a very exciting new design for a compact and highly flexible deposition system. The system operates in the 10-6 range, and may be fitted with a variety of sources, such as e-beam evaporators, sputter sources, etc.
In the most recent Microscopy Today Magazine, January 2013, the Attoliight CL System was published in the following article, "Quantitative Cathodoluminescence Opens New Areas of Investigation in Semiconductor Research and Production."
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Mantis Deposition's talk is titled, "Nanoparticle Coating Technology for Vacuum Deposition." The presentation will take place on Wednesday, October 31st, at noon in session EW-WeL1. In addition, Mantis Depostion will be exhibiting at the AVS show in booth #203.
Dr. Samuel Sonderegger, CEO and Co-founder of Attolight, will discuss his company's time-resolved cathodoluminescence system. The title of the seminar is, "Study of exciton dynamics in quantum well GaN and GaN/AlGaN structures." The date and time for this presentation are Wednesday, September 19th from 1:30 to 3:00 pm in LISE 303 at Harvard's CNS. More details can be found on Harvard's CNS News and Events website.
10 Angstroms is pleased to announce that we will be selling Mantis thin film deposition systems and components. "We are confident that our extensive knowledge in the thin film marketplace will enable Mantis Deposition to really highlight their new proprietary NanoGen source," states Gerry O'Loughlin, 10 Angstroms Vice President of Sales. "We believe this PVD source will deposit nanoparticles with the highest purity and size selection."
10 Angstroms has just signed an exclusive sales contract with Attolight that covers the Eastern U.S. and the province of Ontatrio, Canada. The new Cathodoluminescence system from Attolight is the only alternative to dynamically characterize materials of the future for LEDs, solar cells, or semiconductor devices.
Harvard's Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS) has recently completed acceptance testing of their second Elionix EBL system. With a guaranteed linewidth of 5nm and superior large field writing uniformity, the Elionix ELS-F125 goes well beyond today's 100kV EBL tools.
Harvard's Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS) has recently ordered a second Elionix EBL system. With a guaranteed linewidth of 5nm and superior large field writing uniformity, the Elionix ELS-F125 goes well beyond today's 100kV EBL tools. For more information, see the press release on the Harvard CNS Electron Beam Lithography order.
10 Angstroms and Omniprobe have recently signed an agreement, where 10 Angstroms will sell the complete Omniprobe product line on the East Coast. The Omniprobe product line offers in-situ "nano-lab" capabilities for SEM, TEM, and FIBs. Both 10 Angstroms and Omniprobe will exhibit at the upcoming EIPBN conference.