Posted: May 25, 2010

SIMTech Procures AIXTRON 6-inch Black Magic Tool for Novel CNT Components Research

(Nanowerk News) AIXTRON AG today announced the order for a Black Magic Nanomaterial deposition system to the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech). The 6-inch wafer system has been installed and commissioned in the Materials Joining Laboratory by AIXTRON’s local support team.
Dr. Wei Jun, Group Manager of SIMTech’s Joining Technology Group comments, “The Black Magic platform has a worldwide reputation for being a scalable platform for CVD and PECVD of carbon nanomaterials. This system will play a vital role in our reseach into next-generation CNT interconnects, components for chip packaging, FETs, diodes and sensors. We chose AIXTRON because of its strong technical and process support team. The Black Magic system’s ease of operation and automatic deposition minimises our learning curve, and ensures that we are quickly producing high quality material required for our end applications.”
In more than a decade’s tenure at SIMTech, Dr. Wei Jun has been responsible for several important developments in the area of CNT materials and devices, in particular, a technique for growing self-assembled 3D networks. This work has earned him and SIMTech worldwide plaudits. His current research interests includes ultra-high density electronics integration and packaging.
Source: Aixtron (press release)
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