New facility will offer the industry’s most advanced R&D environment for working with the extended semiconductor ecosystem to accelerate readiness of new materials, methods and devices for computing applications including Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.
Applied Materials and National University of Singapore jointly open a new R&D lab with support of the National Research Foundation Singapore. The goal of the collaboration is to accelerate the discovery and commercialization of new materials for manufacturing next-generation semiconductors.
Applied Materials recently hosted top-tier bio-entrepreneurs from San Francisco’s QB3 incubator to explore opportunities for coupling great science with great engineering to create innovations in life science.
Given the inherently complex nature of semiconductor manufacturing, chip makers are increasingly using automated software systems to make fabs more intelligent and responsive, with the ultimate goal of improving productivity and yield.