By Cameron Chai
AKHAN Technologies, a specialist in designing sophisticated diamond electron devices, has declared that Adam Khan, the company’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, will deliver a presentation at the Nanostructured Carbon Materials for MEMS/NEMS and Nano-Electronics Symposium at the upcoming XXI International Materials Research Congress (IMRC) 2012.
The title of the presentation is ‘On Enabling Nanocrystalline Diamond for Device Use: Novel Ion Beam Methodology and the Realization of Shallow N-type Diamond.’ The Sociedad Mexicana de Materials and the Materials Research Society will co-host the conference to be conducted from August 12 to 17, 2012, in Cancun, Mexico.
The Nanostructured Carbon Materials for MEMS/NEMS and Nano-Electronics Symposium is a meeting place to experts from the industry, national laboratories and academia to discuss the most recent advancements in the characterization and synthesis of nanostructured carbon materials. These nanomaterials are helpful for the development of innovative nanoelectronic devices and micro- and nano-systems. The XXI IMRC 2012 is a multidisciplinary platform to help gain knowledge about the latest advancements in materials technology and research.
ICAP’s division, ICAP Patent Brokerage is currently brokering AKHAN’s Technologies’ Miraj Diamond Platform, an advanced diamond semiconductor technology. ICAP Patent Brokerage is the largest patent auction and IP brokerage firm in the world. Adam Khan founded AKHAN Technologies in 2007 to commercialize the company’s proprietary diamond lattice technology. The primary focus of the company is the commercialization of diamond based electron devices. The company concentrates on introducing highly sophisticated diamond device technology for the digital and discrete semiconductor markets.