microlithography

microlithography

[‚mī·krō·li′thäg·rə·fē]
(materials)
The transfer of a pattern or image from one medium to another, as from a mask to a wafer, with image features in the micrometer range or smaller.

microlithography

Using X rays instead of light rays to form the patterns of elements on a chip.
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This work is presented by Suzuki (project manager, Next Generation Lithography Tool Development, Nikon Corporation) and Smith (director, Center for Nanolithography Research, Rochester Institute of Technology) as both introduction to the science and technology of microlithography and as reference for more experienced readers seeking a wider knowledge and deeper understanding of the field.
today previewed Aerion(TM) -- a microlithography aerial image sensing technology platform -- at SPIE's Microlithography 2005 conference, being held this week at the San Jose Convention Center.
The next generation of microlithography tools under development utilizes deep-ultraviolet radiation near 157 nm.
The company develops, manufactures, markets and supports products used in the technology areas of microlithography, surface conditioning and low-k spin-on dielectrics.
Moreover, the ability to reproduce three-dimensional patterns and films of varying thickness distinguishes MIMIC from standard microlithography.
The findings, to be revealed tomorrow by TSMC researchers at the SPIE Microlithography Conference in San Jose, prove the value of TSMC's proprietary techniques for nearly defect-free immersion lithography.
This work offers an integrated mathematical view of the physics and numerical modeling of image formation in projection microlithography.
Date: Monday, February 28 (SPIE Microlithography Conference) Time: 6pm-9pm Place: Marriott Hotel, Salon V & VI
The conventional techniques of microlithography just don't work well at that scale.
ASML Holding NV (ASML) today presented its latest advances in leading-edge production technology as well as its research and development (R&D) progress at SPIE Microlithography 2006 in San Jose, California.
Osmic has long been a critical supplier of X-ray optics to Rigaku and other X-ray instrument manufacturing companies and I fully support Osmic's continued operation as an independent business serving customers in their current analytical X-ray instrument market and their aggressive plans to expand into Medical and Microlithography markets," continued Mr.
The new standards use microlithography to make series arrays of large numbers of Josephson junctions to produce higher voltages -- 2,000 for 1 volt, 19,000 for 10 volts.