Nanonics is a nanoscale characterization company that manufactures scanning probe microscopes (SPM) and atomic force microscopes (AFM), with an emphasis on integrating them with other tools such as optical, spectroscopic, and electron microscopes. Among the more popular of these class if tools emerged the scanning optical microscope (NSOM/SNOM) and AFM-Raman microscope.
NanoPhotonica brings innovative nanomaterials and production techniques to enable market-altering improvements to displays, solar panels, as well as other electronic device industries. The increased conductivity of their materials enhances electrical-optical conversion, and its ability to act as a moisture, oxygen and UV barrier prevents premature degradation and increases device lifespan.
Nanoplas is an equipment manufacturer specializing in innovative dry processing for the next generation of IC devices. Their process tools are used at the most frequent steps in the complex production flow of integrated circuits, for photoresist stripping, isotropic etching, advanced surface preparation and contamination removal.
Nanoplus was founded in 1998 as a spin-off from the department of Technical Physics at Würzburg University to transfer research results into applications and products with a specialization in optoelectronics devices and customer specific micro- and nanostructuring.
Nanops wide range of solutions goes from the delivery of nano raw materials to the production of finished products with, more in particular, coatings for steel and concrete structures. Different photocatalytic coatings, easy-to-clean coatings and coatings with a high chemical resistance are some of Nanops' specialties.
A development-stage technology company creating photolytic, photovoltaic, and photocatalytic products arising from its technology platform, in which nano-structured plastic templates cause high local stresses in applied thin film semiconductors, thereby shifting their bandgap for more efficient solar absorption.
Founded on commercial agreements with Rice University and the University of Houston, NanoRidge has exclusive licenses for the use of technologies focused on applications of carbon nanotubes and other nanoparticles for production and sales of advanced nanomaterials.
Nanoscribe develops compact and easy-to-operate table-top laser lithography systems, allowing for true three-dimensional nanostructures in commercially available photoresists. Furthermore, the company offers the service of producing samples specially designed for the needs of the customer, including also the conversion or inversion of 3D structures into SiO2 and Si, as well as writing into different photoactive materials, such as chalcogenide glasses.