Process for Producing Organic Ultra Thin Films


This unique film process is a breakthrough technology, enabling organic layers of molecular thickness to be laid directly on a silicon die without loss of performance and with stable electronic properties for the mass production of inexpensive, advanced semiconductors Provides a solution for the problems of power consumption, heat generation, and microstructures’ switch leakage in smaller and higher-quality transistor structures for faster, more sensitive and more efficient microprocessors for mainframe and personal computers, PDA and cellular devices, and flat-panel displays. For next-generation, high-end microprocessors, the processes are compatible with both silicon technology and organic electronics.

Our Innovation

Our organic ultra thin-film technology, molecular layer epitaxy (MLE), is a self-assembling molecular layering process that enables component performance and manufacturability. Key Features

Semi-conducting films 100,000 times thinner than current standards High electron mobility higher than other organic films - significantly enhancing existing products, while enabling novel high-performance devices Can reduce operational costs by up to 90%
Greater than 98% yield Allows for creation of flexible devices Enables production of billions of nano-structures in a single process Development Milestones

Proof of concept for organic-electronic based biosensor, requiring 2 years and $2 million The Opportunity

Worldwide revenues for semiconductors rose by 10% in 2006, to $262.7 billion

Type of Offer: Licensing

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