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SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions et Leti étendent leur collaboration pour développer la technologie du recuit au laser

SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd. (SCREEN) et Leti, un institut de CEA Tech, ont annoncé aujourd’hui le prolongement de leur collaboration avec l’installation sur le site de Leti d’un système LT-3100 de recuit au laser UV à l’échelle de la nanoseconde fourni par Laser Systems and Solutions of Europe (LASSE), la filiale de SCREEN en France.

« L’introduction de l’outil de recuit au laser UV à l’échelle de la nanoseconde de SCREEN dans l’infrastructure d’équipements préindustriels de pointe de Leti va permettre de nouvelles possibilités d’innovations pour les technologies actuelles et futures développées sur site », se réjouit Marie Semeria, la présidente-directrice générale de Leti. « Avec SOI, CoolCubeTM et le développement des nanotechnologies, nous faisons face à des défis plus grands en matière de développement de nouveaux biens matériels et de modification de films ultra-minces avec un minimum d’impact thermique. L’exploitation du système LT-3100 va apporter des solutions pour les avancées technologiques qui permettront, au final, le développement de démonstrations pratiques pour l’industrie. »

« Suite à nos nombreux développements communs réussis avec Leti, nous sommes très enthousiastes à l’idée d’apporter notre technologie laser à l’écosystème de Leti afin de soutenir « More than Moore », l'IdO et les futures exigences des technologies de l’innovation », a déclaré Tadahiro Suhara, président de SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions. « En plus des activités de collaboration, nous allons utiliser les infrastructures de pointe de Leti pour notre laboratoire de démonstration européen LASSE et ainsi offrir à nos clients une capacité d’infrastructure de démonstration sans précédent. Nous envisageons de mettre en avant la valeur innovante que notre technologie d’équipements laser UV à l’échelle de la nanoseconde et nos ressources apportent pour faire progresser le développement du processus semi-conducteurs dans les nombreux domaines de recherche et développement couverts par Leti. »

L’outil Laser devrait être entièrement opérationnel durant la première moitié de 2017 et prendra en charge plusieurs tailles de plaquettes afin de répondre aux différents besoin des laboratoires de Leti.

Présentation de Leti (France)

Étant l’un des trois instituts de recherche avancée de CEA Tech, Leti fait le lien entre la recherche fondamentale et la production des microtechnologies et nanotechnologies qui améliorent le quotidien de millions de personnes à travers le monde. Leti s’engage à créer de l’innovation et à la transférer vers l’industrie. Forte de son portefeuille de 2 800 brevets, Leti s’associe à de grands groupes industriels, PME et startups pour concevoir des solutions perfectionnées et sur mesure qui renforcent leur compétitivité. Leti a lancé 59 startups. Ses 8 500 m² de salles blanches de dernière génération permettent le traitement de micro et nano-solutions avec des plaquettes de 200 et 300 mm pour des applications allant de l’aérospatiale aux appareils intelligents. Leti est basée à Grenoble en France et dispose de bureaux dans la Silicon Valley en Californie ainsi qu’à Tokyo au Japon, pour un total de plus de 1 900 employés. CEA Tech est la branche de recherche technologique du Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA) qui joue un rôle clef dans la recherche et le développement d’innovations, la défense et la sécurité, l’énergie nucléaire, la recherche technologique pour l’industrie et la recherche scientifique fondamentale, et qui est décrite par Thomson Reuters comme l’organisation de recherche la plus innovante au monde. CEA Tech s’appuie une culture de l’innovation unique et une expertise sans pareil pour développer et diffuser les nouvelles technologies dans l’industrie, aidant ainsi à la création de produits haut de gamme et au développement d’avantages concurrentiels. Suivez-nous sur www.leti.fr et @CEA_Leti.

À propos de SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd.

SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions a été établie comme société du groupe SCREEN Holdings en héritant de l'activité d’équipements de semi-conducteurs de son prédécesseur Dainippon Screen. Fabricant spécialisé dans les équipements de nettoyage de plaquette, de lithographie et de recuits thermiques, SCREEN est l'un des dix meilleurs fournisseurs d'équipement du secteur mondial de la fabrication des semi-conducteurs.

Pour plus d'informations, consultez le site www.screen.co.jp/eng/spe.

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