12/15/2004 5:10:29 PM
Nanonex Delivers Versatile Nanoimprint Tool To The University Of Maryland
Nanonex Corp., the world-leading developer and manufacturer of nanoimprint lithography solutions, recently announced
the delivery of their NX-2000, Universal Nanoimprintor, to The Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS).
The nanoimprintor has been installed in a newly renovated nanotechnology lab at the LPS, a unique and worldrenowned
research institution associated with the University of Maryland in College Park, MD. The machine will be utilized by a
multidisciplinary team of scientists in the pursuit of both fundamental and applied research directed toward the development of state-of-the-art, advanced nanoscale devices.
Nanoimprint lithography (NIL) is a breakthrough method of nanopatterning and a revolutionary solution to nanomanufacturing. NIL patterns nanostructures by physical deformation of a material to replicate structures on a mold.
NIL can have sub 5nm resolution and 1% CD control, and simultaneously achieve high-throughput and low cost – a feat
currently impossible using other existing lithographic methods. The NX-2000 is capable of performing all aspects of thermal nanoimprint, as well as photo-curable nanoimprinting and direct nanopatterning.
The company and its proprietary technology has been developed on the pioneering research of renowned expert Prof. Stephen Y. Chou, Founder and Chairman of the firm.
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