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Additional standard features include a SEMI-approved EMO (emergency off) button, pneumatic valve manifold and multi- colour LED panel status lights.


Applied Energy Systems, Inc. designs, manufactures, and installs high purity gas delivery systems, as well as provides precision welding services, high purity piping installations and field services for the semiconductor research and development markets.


Riber to sell two MBE reactors in Asia


The repeat order will enable the customer to further develop new material and structures


Riber has announced the sale of two MBE 412 systems to a leading company in Asia.


Benefiting from a high performance, the model 412 system is designed for the development of highly sophisticated semiconductors.


The MBE 412 (multi 2’’ or 4’’) capacity system was selected as this platform is optimised for this type of application.


These two model 412 orders are a repeat business and will enable the customer to further increase its development activities on new materials and structures.


The system 412 is the latest system developed by Riber which takes into account the increase in complexity of new semiconductor structures. It allows customers to design and grow structures with 12 different materials.


With more than 800 MBE machines installed globally, Riber has successful industrial experience, The firm is one of the leaders in the MBE-based compound semiconductor deposition market.


The ISO 9001 certified company recorded €27.4 million in revenues in 2012 and employs 111 people.


KLA-Tencor issues cash


dividend KLA-Tencor Corporation has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.40 per share on its common stock payable on March 1st, 2013 to KLA-Tencor stockholders of record as of the close of business on February 19th, 2013.


KLA-Tencor Corporation, a provider of process control and yield management solutions, partners with customers around the world to develop inspection and metrology technologies.


These technologies serve the semiconductor, LED and other related nanoelectronics industries. With a portfolio of industry- standard products and a team of engineers and scientists, the company has created solutions for its customers for more than


The orientation of light emission - The angular distribution of light emission from monolayer MoS2 , left, closely matches the theoretical calculations for in-plane oriented emitters, right, indicating that light emission from MoS2 originates from in-


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A novel spectroscopy to enhance optical devices


A new technique developed by university researchers could lead to better LEDs, solar cells, and other devices that use layered nanomaterials


Understanding the source and orientation of light in light- emitting thin films, is now possible with energy-momentum spectroscopy.


This could lead to improvements in optical device performance.


A multi-university research team has used this new spectroscopic method to gain a key insight into how light is emitted from layered nanomaterials and other thin films.


Energy-momentum spectroscopy, enables researchers to look at the light emerging from a thin film and determine whether it is coming from emitters oriented along the plane of the film or from emitters oriented perpendicular to the film.


Knowing the orientations of emitters could help engineers make better use of thin-film materials in optical devices like LEDs or solar cells.


35 years. Bernard Raboutet resigns


from Riber supervisory board MBE tool manufacturer Riber has announced the resignation of Bernard Raboutet from his position on the company’s supervisory board which came into effect on February 5th, 2013.


Riber thanks Bernard Raboutet for his contributions to the board.


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