Zyvex provides nanotechnology solutions for real-world applications with a growing
product portfolio comprised of tools, materials and structures.
Zyvex commercializes nanotechnology to address real-world applications
by focusing on short and long-term nanotechnology applications with high-growth
potential. Our short to intermediate term goal is to exploit the major
improvements offered by our products and capabilities - often 10 to 10,000
times better than existing technologies.
Our products meet the needs of customers with applications ranging from
R&D to high volume production. Our potential customer base includes
all manufacturing and assembly industries. We target specific applications
in the Aerospace/Defense, Semiconductor/Telecommunications, and Medical/HealthCare
See why Zyvex has earned the reputation as the nanotechnology leader. Visit
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Süss Microtec is a world leading supplier of precision technology providing innovative
solutions for markets including Advanced Packaging, MEMS, Nanotechnology,
Compound Semiconductor, Silicon-On-Insulator, and 3D Interconnect. SUSS
MicroTec manufactures a complete line of photoresist and dielectric coat/bake/develop
systems, microlithography exposure systems, wafer and device bonders, probers,
photomasks, cleaners and etchers.
MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology
MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology is the largest research institute of the
University of Twente. The institute trains graduate and PhD students and
conducts research in the fields of nanotechnology, microsystems, materials
science and microelectronics.
Unique to MESA+ is its multidisciplinary composition. A total of 19 research
groups of the faculties of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer
Science (EEMCS) and Science and Technology (S&T) participate in MESA+.
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
From automated teller machines and atomic clocks to mammograms and semiconductors,
innumerable products and services rely in some way on technology, measurement,
and standards provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Founded in 1901, NIST is a non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S.
Commerce Department's Technology Administration. NIST's mission is to develop
and promote measurement, standards, and technology to enhance productivity,
facilitate trade, and improve the quality of life. NIST carries out its
mission in four cooperative programs:
NIST has an operating budget of about $771 million and operates in Gaithersburg,
Maryland, and Boulder, Colorado. NIST employs about 3,000 scientists, engineers,
technicians, and support and administrative personnel. About 1,800 guest
researchers complement the staff. In addition, NIST partners with 2,000
manufacturing specialists and staff at affiliated centers around the country.
University of Texas at Arlington
Microsystems Research at UTA
Dr. Harry Stephanou, Professor and Director
The Automation & Robotics Research Institute (ARRI) at The University of Texas at Arlington is an interdisciplinary unit of the College of Engineering, focused on
industrially relevant research. A major concentration area is in microsystems
technology, with emphasis on packaging, assembly and testing. Sample topics
- Robotic manipulation at the micro and nano scales
- Precision assembly of heterogeneous optical microsystems
- Modular packaging platforms
- Wafer level packaging for microfluidics
- Hermetic sealing and MEMS reliability
- Distributed microsensor networks
Through a strategic partnership with the Bennington Microtechnology Center
(a Vermont based not-for-profit Company), ARRI can provide government and
corporate clients with a full spectrum of services ranging from basic research
to low volume production.
New Mexico Economic Development Department
The New Mexico Economic Development Department facilitates business opportunities and growth throughout the state. We
provide a wide range of services for New Mexico businesses and communities
as well as information for corporations considering a relocation or expansion
into our state.
The Office of Science & Technology is charged with promoting and advancing
the technology infrastructure in New Mexico, to create better, higher paying
opportunities for New Mexicans. A division of the Economic Development
Department, the Office has focused on three growth areas - micro and
nano-technology, biomedicine and biotech, and hydrogen fuel cell technology.
CMC provides university researchers and students with the best available tools
for the design, manufacture and test of microchips to enable leading-edge
research in Canadian universities and high-quality training of future employees
The Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Laboratory (SAMLAB) is part of the Institute of Microtechnology of the University of Neuchâtel.
University of New Mexico
Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico sponsors
The Technology Management Center. The Technology Management Center contributes to the job and wealth creation
efforts in New Mexico.