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Newly Developed Organic Semiconductor Crystals Enable Cost-Effective Flexible Electronics Production

Newly Developed Organic Semiconductor Crystals Enable Cost-Effective Flexible Electronics Production

Scientists from the Faculty of Physics of the Moscow State University have grown organic semiconductor crystals which can reduce the cost of the process of creating light, flexible and transparent light-emitting electronic devices of the new generation. [More]
Researcher Develops New Method to Prepare Efficient Photoelectrodes for Solar Hydrogen Production

Researcher Develops New Method to Prepare Efficient Photoelectrodes for Solar Hydrogen Production

Dr. Guijarro has devloped a facile and scalable method to prepare (Cu(In,Ga)S2) photocathodes and demonstrated their state-of-the-art performance for Solar Hydrogen production. The results have been plublished in Advanced Energy Materials. [More]
MEMS Revolutionized with Picosun’s Batch ALD Cluster Tools

MEMS Revolutionized with Picosun’s Batch ALD Cluster Tools

Picosun Oy, the leading supplier of high quality ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition) thin film coating solutions for industrial production, has revolutionized cost-effective MEMS manufacturing with high throughput PICOPLATFORM™ batch ALD cluster technology. [More]

SET, Smart Equipment Technology, Leading Semiconductor Supplier, Joins IRT Nanoelec 3D Integration Program

Will Work with Leti, STMicroelectronics and Mentor Graphics to Develop Advanced 3D Die-to-wafer Stacking Technologies Using Direct Cu-Cu Bonding SET, Smart Equipment Technology, the leading supplier in high accuracy d... [More]
Stanford Team Creates New Area-Selective ALD Process to Develop Energy Efficient Semiconductors

Stanford Team Creates New Area-Selective ALD Process to Develop Energy Efficient Semiconductors

Stanford University researchers sponsored by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the world’s leading university-research consortium for semiconductor technologies, have developed a new area selective atomic layer deposition (ALD) process that promises to accelerate the manufacturing of higher performing, more energy efficient semiconductors. [More]
New Method of Semiconductor Testing Developed that Efficiently and Accurately Measures the Uniformity of Conductivity

New Method of Semiconductor Testing Developed that Efficiently and Accurately Measures the Uniformity of Conductivity

A new method of semiconductor characterization that is more precise, efficient and simpler than existing methods has been developed by a team at Northwestern University. [More]
New Tuning Process Could Result in New Semiconductor Material for Solar Technology

New Tuning Process Could Result in New Semiconductor Material for Solar Technology

An international team of researchers have discovered an innovative tuning process that could enable a new semiconductor material to be used for solar cell applications. [More]
Berkeley Lab Experimentally Confirms High Directional Anisotropy in Thermal Conductivity of Black Phosphorous

Berkeley Lab Experimentally Confirms High Directional Anisotropy in Thermal Conductivity of Black Phosphorous

Researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have experimentally proved that single-crystal black phosphorous nanoribbons exhibit anisotropic in-plane thermal conductivity strongly, up to a factor of two, along their armchair and zigzag directions. [More]
Organic Semiconductors Exhibit Different Properties at Their Edges

Organic Semiconductors Exhibit Different Properties at Their Edges

It has been discovered that that electronic properties found at the edges of organic molecular systems vary from those found in the bulk of the material. [More]
Researchers Successfully Grow Vertical Organic Semiconductor Crystals

Researchers Successfully Grow Vertical Organic Semiconductor Crystals

A method of growing semi-conducting crystals vertically has been developed. It is hoped that this method will increase both the power and efficiency of organic semiconductors. The new method could also be used in the production of more energy efficient solar panels.
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