SMA The SUSS MicroTec Group is a leading supplier of equipment and process solutions for microstructuring applications with seventy years of engineering experience. Our portfolio covers a comprehensive range of products and solutions for backend lithography, wafer bonding and photomask processing, complemented by micro-optical components. The production of memory chips, cameras for mobile phones or tire pressure sensors – the equipment solutions of SUSS MicroTec are applied within a wide variety of manufacturing processes for applications of daily or industrial use. Customers in the semiconductor industry and related markets like Advanced Packaging, MEMS and LED appreciate our comprehensive experience in wafer processing. This makes us a valuable partner for high-volume production as well as for research and development
Netpore The NETPORE COST Action will create an international network of world-class researchers and stakeholders to promote joint ideas and initiatives aiming to bridge the gap between fundamental developments and practical applications of technologies based on porous semiconductors and oxides.
Porous Silicon Company The Porous Silicon Company is a leading supplier and developer to manufacturers worldwide. We aim to provide porous silicon in all shapes and forms to expand the boundaries of today´s technical capabilties. Future technological breakthroughs in electronics, e-mobility, consumer goods, solar, sensors, and medicine, to name a few, are happening now largely through the use of porous silicon.
Beneq In 1984 Beneq started the world’s first industrial production using atomic layer deposition (ALD). Today, Beneq is the most recognized provider of ALD equipment and R&D services. Our mission is to create premium tools for production and for research, and to enable technology mega trends through industrial ALD solutions.
INL INL was established in 2005 by a joint decision of the Governments of Portugal and Spain. Operating since late 2010, following an initial investment of 100 M€, INL is currently financed by the member states, competitive funds from Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, and national PT2020 scientific calls, and industry collaborations and user fees. INL infrastructure provides a high-tech research environment for INL staff and users. It extends over an area of 47,000 m2, with 26,000 m2 of buildings. This includes 7,500 m2 of laboratory space, with high-accuracy laboratories, a cleanroom with an area of 1,200 m2, an auditorium and other public areas over 4,800 m2.
INL has an innovative internal research structure based on cross-fertilisation of research lines that fosters a creative environment where new ideas, disruptive approaches and efficient solutions evolve. The clusterisation model allows different research groups to work together on a common research agenda facing significant scientific and impactful social challenges.
The Research and Technology activities are focused on six thematic areas: Advanced Materials and Computing, Clean Energy, Food for the Future, Precise Personalised Health Tech, Smart Digital Nano-systems, and Sustainable Environment. These complement each other and provide a base for interdisciplinary interactions among INL researchers. The full-fledged nanotechnology laboratory enables leading research of the highest international standard.
Lasing LASING since 1980, is dedicated to the distribution of the highest technology in instrumentation and photonics products. In Spain, we are pioneers of new technologies, coupled with excellent technical support. LASING has a large number of installations in Research Centers, Universities, Hospitals and main Industries. Reliability and customer satisfaction are the number one priority, ensuring long term relationships with our customers and principals. In addition, we offer products and customizable laser processing systems for industrial applications: Manufacturing (laser marking, cutting, alignment), Photovoltaics (dicing, drilling, dopping), Semiconductor, Automotive, Aerospace and Industrial Research Departments.
Oxford_Instruments_WITec Oxford Instruments WITec pioneered 3D Raman imaging as well as correlative microscopy and continues to lead the industry in speed, sensitivity and resolution without compromise. Raman, AFM and SNOM microscopes, select combinations thereof, and Raman-SEM (RISE) instruments can be configured through a modular architecture with built-in capacity for expansion. Research, development and production are located in Ulm, Germany. In September 2021, WITec became a member of the Oxford Instruments Group.
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