Lumerical Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of high performance nanophotonic design software, today announced a donation of FDTD Solutions Engine licenses to the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) National Facility based at the Australian National University Supercomputer Facility (ANUSF) in Canberra, Australia.
SwissINSO, an innovative company offering turn key industrial applications powered by solar energy, is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Solar Energy Laboratory and Building Physics Laboratory (LESO-PB) of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
RUSNANO and Alcoa have agreed to explore potential opportunities in applying nanotechnology to a variety of technical and commercial fields, including such promising areas as off shore oil and gas drilling systems, high efficiency power transmission, next generation lighting, energy efficient buildings, transportation systems, packaging and others.
Applied Materials, Inc. announced today that it has significantly lowered the cost for customers to manufacture solar photovoltaic panels on its SunFab Thin Film Line using its next-generation module technology.
Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation and Renesas Technology Corp. today announced a basic agreement for the transfer of the semiconductor manufacturing equipment business of wholly owned Renesas subsidiary Renesas Eastern Japan Semiconductor, Inc. to Hitachi High-Tech Instruments Co., Ltd.
A123 Systems and IHI Corporation announced today that they have entered into a collaborative business development agreement to serve potential customers in the Japanese transportation, industrial and marine markets.
The National Research Council Canadian Photonics Fabrication Centre (NRC-CPFC) assists clients to develop and commercialize innovative photonics technologies. Client firms to generate about $500 million in the next five years, according to an Impact Analysis Report released today at a photonics industry event hosted by the Ottawa Photonics Cluster.
Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced it is collaborating with Stanford University in a research program designed to explore a new class of nanoscale devices using a combinations of the scanning probe microscope (SPM) and atomic layer deposition (ALD).