Gigaphoton Inc. was founded in 2000 as a leading-edge technology company to support the semiconductor industry in the 21st century. Since then, we at Gigaphoton have been developing and marketing user-friendly, highly innovative laser light sources and delivering them to major lithography tool suppliers in the global semiconductor industry. In addition, we have been aggressively working on the development and mass-production of Extreme Ultra Violet (EUV) light sources as the next-generation lithography light sources.
The InterNano Directory of Experts and Organizations is a listing of both researchers and research organizations that are engaged in nanomanufacturing.
SAMCO was founded by Osamu Tsuji in 1979 as the Semiconductor And Materials COmpany (SAMCO). From its modest beginnings in a garage in Kyoto, Japan, SAMCO has grown into a $50 million corporation with more than 150 high-level design and production research associates at its corporate headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, sales offices in Tokyo, Tokai, and satellite offices in Kanagawa, Tsukuba, and Sunnyvale, California. The Silicon Valley research and development facility in Sunnyvale was opened in 1987.
Novati Technologies is the leading innovation partner for accelerating nanotechnology development and commercialization. Novati's proven advanced technology and secure IP infrastructure combined with our Technology Development Process supports companies developing MEMS, microfluidics, novel transistors, photonics and other nanotechnologies for the Semiconductor, Healthcare & Life Sciences and Aerospace & Defense markets.
MiniFAB is a privately-held contract engineering firm providing custom development and manufacture of disposable polymer microfluidic and micro-engineered products. MiniFAB was established in 2002 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia with satellite offices in the United States and Europe. MiniFAB's internationally-renowned team of engineers, industrial designers and biochemists has completed over 900 projects with clients worldwide.
The Nano Network of New Mexico (NNNM) is a New Mexico-based, non-profit network promoting the commercialization and uptake of micro to nano-scale technologies (MNT) derived from federal, state, industry, and inventor assets resident in New Mexico.
Affiliated with, and networked among, numerous international, national, regional, state, and local initiatives, associations, and organizations, the Nano Network of New Mexico serves the goal of facilitating a distinct, well-known economic prowess and new business capacity possible from Small Technologies.
The purpose of SwedNanoTech is to be a tool for our members to find the right people, expertise or context that would be difficult to come in contact with without being part of our network.
That Sweden in ten years is well known for its good climate for innovation and for its strong research infrastructure within the nanotechnology field.
That nanotechnology companies both are created and are staying in Sweden because of the country’s good business conditions.
NAFIGATE Corporation connects experts from the world of science and builds a global center of excellence which aims to transfer hi-tech products and innovative technologies. NAFIGATE Corporation brings projects focused on the development of a new energy saving generation of nanofiber membranes for water and air cleaning technologies, textile industry, or batteries to the global market. In December 2013, NAFIGATE Corporation together with Guodian Group, one of the leading Chinese companies, established GD Nanodec – a joint research and development center.
PCT is a materials coatings company specializing in nanoscale coatings on particles and objects using an array of coating techniques. Most notably, Atomic Layer Deposition is used to apply functional nanocoatings onto powders to deliver higher application performance at reduced cost to the end user. PCT offers coatings services, system sales and is commercializing products in select energy storage markets.
At SEMATECH, we work with our members and partners to reduce the time from innovation to manufacturing. Our role is to address critical challenges in advanced technology and manufacturing effectiveness, and to find ways to speed development, reduce costs, share risks and increase productivity.
How we do it
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory is the Navy's full-spectrum corporate laboratory, conducting a broadly based multidisciplinary program of scientific research and advanced technological development. The Laboratory, with a total complement of nearly 2,800 personnel, is located in southwest Washington, D.C., with other major sites at the Stennis Space Center, Miss., and Monterey, Calif. NRL has served the Navy and the nation for over 90 years and continues to meet the complex technological challenges of today's world.