Raith European Nano Seminar in the UK - Sign up now

Get together with other nanofabrication experts and learn how a Raith solution may help solve your nanofabrication task.

We adapted our annual Nano Seminar and are offering the Raith European Nano Seminar in the UK for the first time!

There will be an interesting program with several invited speakers, so you can get the best out of the two-day seminar taking place from April 17th - 18th. Find out all the details and sign up here

EBL Training Course coming up - Sign up now!

Do you want to learn the basics of Electron Beam Lithography? Has your trained staff left and you are looking for a seamless and cost effective transition?

Then our LTC - Electron Beam Lithography Training Course is exactly the right choice for you. In several sessions the participants complete an offline software training and practical exposure training at EBL systems. The next course start on February 27th. Sign up now

Gips-Schüle Research Award for Ultracompact Photodetector

Congratulation to our customers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) who received the Gips-Schüle Research Award for the World’s Smallest Photodetector!

Sascha Mühlbrandt, Christian Koos, and Manfred Kohl of KIT’s Institute of Microtechnology/Institute of Photonics and Quantum Electronics were honored for their work on plasmonic photodetectors which combine an ultra-compact footprint with electro-optical bandwidths of hundreds of GHz.

More detailed information can be found in the paper "Silicon-plasmonic internal-photoemission detector for 40  Gbit/s data reception" which was published in Optica: https://doi.org/10.1364/OPTICA.3.000741

With the EBPG5200 at IMT the record-breaking ultracompact devices can be fabricated within a week. Nowadays their architecture can even be expanded from three to four layers which is only possible due to the high overlay accuracy of the patterning system. We are excited for our customers and eager to see where the research will lead in the future.

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