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Vienna University Orders Riber MBE Reactors

The reactors will be used for compound semiconductor microelectronics and optoelectronics research
Riber has sold two Compact 21 MBE machines to Vienna University of Technology, a material research laboratory in Europe.


The Compact 21 - 3 ‘’ wafer systems are designed for the research on compound semiconductors for microelectronics or optoelectronics. MBE growth technology was selected as this platform is perfectly optimised when top performances of complex semiconductor heterostructures are needed.


These two new systems will enable Vienna University of Technology to increase his research capacities on new III-V and metal based structures. To extent the research capabilities and to grow ‘’incompatible’’ material structures, the two MBE systems are connected together to maintain a full UHV environment all along the MBE processes.


Riber designs and produces MBE systems as well as evaporation sources and cells for the semiconductor industry. This high-technology equipment is essential for the manufacturing of compound semiconductor materials and new materials that are used in numerous consumer applications, such as new information technologies, OLED flat screens and new generation solar cells.




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