Last month, the first nanofabPOM (Nanofabrication Photonics Online Meetup) took place. For those of you who presented or just showed up for listening, thanks for making this event a very successful one! Most of the conferences focus on scientific results and there is usually little time left to discuss the fabrication challenges and new processes.
Progress in nanofabrication never stops. Tools and processes keep evolving, enabling devices that were not feasible just a few years ago. The annual – and already traditional – Nano-Micro-Lithography Symposium is a place where you can get all important updates about the available solutions for making advanced devices.On June 30, starting at 10 am CEST
Heidelberg Instruments Announces Significant Partnership with a Large Asia Based Photomask Production Group
Heidelberg, June 9, 2021 – Heidelberg Instruments, a leading laser lithography and nanofabrication equipment manufacturer, today announced the biggest single order in its history. This purchase, by a key photomask production group in Asia, includes two systems: a VPG+ 1400 for producing display photomasks and an ULTRA200 for semiconductor photomask applications. The order is valued
Zurich, Switzerland / Heidelberg, Germany – Heidelberg Instruments Nano AG in Zurich, a subsidiary office of Heidelberg Instruments Mikrotechnik GmbH
Würzburg, Germany / Brisbane, Australia – The Australian National Fabrication Facility – Queensland Node (ANFF-Q) based at the University of
Heidelberg, March 30, 2022. Heidelberg Instruments has received a significant order from a leading semiconductor wafer-level packaging production company in