PARS Environmental, Inc. is a full service environmental consulting firm that offers creative solutions to a broad range of engineering, health & safety, and environmental issues. One of their solutions is the NanoFe submicron nanoparticles remediation technology for soils and groundwater.
PHASIS is a spin-off company of the University of Geneva, which is a renowned academic research institution in the fields of thin film technology, and ferroelectric and superconducting materials. PHASIS activities are concentrated on the production and distribution of gold substrates, epitaxial gold thin films and epitaxial PZT thin films for both academic and industrial research, and practical applications.
Phoebus Optoelectronics LLC is a small business leader in the technology fields of metamaterials, photonic crystals and plasmonic crystals. Phoebus Optoelectronics brings together expert scientists and engineers who specialize in advanced optical modeling and design, nano/micro fabrication and device testing.
POET Technologies is the developer of a platform that will power the next wave of innovation in integrated circuits, by combining electronics and optics onto a single chip for massive improvements in size, power, speed and cost. By integrating optics and electronics onto one monolithic chip, POET will provide its customers with a rebirth for Moore?s Law and usher in a new wave of innovation in integrated circuits.
The many uses of PolyAn's Molecular Surface Engineering (MSE) products range from the first high-throughput synthetic biochips over the biocompatibility of implants to the new, highly selective membranes for the petrochemical industry.
Polyera is a leading supplier of high-performance functional materials for the electronics industry. The company's goal is to provide exceptional organic materials (semiconductors, dielectrics, interfacials, and the like) that are solution-processable to enable commercialization of the next-generation electronics.
Presto Engineering, Inc. is a provider of product engineering services to the semiconductor industry. The company's in-silicon analysis capabilities are part of the company?s Design Success Analysis™ offering for process technologies down to the 45nm node.
Quickstep, or more specifically, the Quickstep Process, is a range of unique and patented technologies that can be used in the out-of-autoclave manufacture of advanced composite materials, including nanocomposite production.
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.