Riegler & Kirstein is a company devoted to the design of Langmuir troughs and layer-by-layer deposition (self-assembly) devices for use in the scientific field of monolayers and Langmuir-Blodgett research.
Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials develops and delivers innovative material solutions and processes to the electronic and optoelectronic industries. Focused on the circuit board, semiconductor manufacturing, advanced packaging, and flat panel display industries, its products and technologies are integral elements in electronic devices around the world.
The company develops breakthrough technology based on proprietary 'Rolling Mask' lithography concept, which will enable cost-effective nanostructuring on large areas of rigid and flexible materials in conveyor or roll-to-roll modes.
The company's Nanotechnology Division has the potential to create many new materials, coatings and devices with wide-ranging applications. One new advancement from Ross is their Superhydrophobic coating which when applied to surfaces, makes them completely water repellent.
Roth & Rau AG is by market share one of the world's leading suppliers of plasma process systems for the photovoltaics industry. The company also supplies components and process systems based on plasma and ion beam technology for other sectors.
Rtec Instruments specializes in tribology high tech instrument design and manufacturing. They offer products for both nanotechnology and traditional industries including tribometers, high temperature indenters, 3d profilometers, optical profilometer, atomic force microscope, mechanical property tester, film thickness measurement, stress tester.
The company manufactures SGG NANO, a high performance coated glass with advanced energy efficient solar control and thermal insulation (low e) properties. This Advanced Solar Control and Thermal Insulation (low e) Glass is manufactured by deposition of multiple layers of highly specialized nano-metric metallic oxides / nitrides by a process of magnetically enhanced nanotechnology-based cathodic sputtering under vacuum conditions.
Salio develops novel smart materials, also referred to as Stimuli Responsive Materials (SMRs). The company's unique molecular architecture for smart materials relies on an innovative design that combines the signal recognition and actuation events at the monomer level to form autonomous smart building blocks.
SAMCO, Inc. is a process equipment company that develops and manufactures a wide variety of unique deposition, etching, and surface treatment systems academic facilities and for a worldwide network of major industrial customers in the compound semiconductor, optoelectronics, MEMS and other industries.
The company is dedicated to using their advanced nanomechanical semiconductor technology for the design of Radio Frequency and other components that will dramatically improve the performance and increase the capabilities of wireless devices.
The company manufactures ZERODUR, an inorganic, non-porous glass ceramic, characterized by a phase of evenly distributed nano-crystals within a residual glass phase. ZERODUR contains about 70-78 weight percent crystalline phase with a high quartz structure. This crystalline phase has a negative linear thermal expansion, while that of the glass phase is positive. The crystals have an average size of about 50 nm.
The company develops state-of-the-art chemical simulation software for use in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research. The company's products range from general molecular modeling programs to a full-featured suite of drug design software including both ligand and structure based methods.