Applied Materials hosted an Open Innovation Workshop in Shanghai where company experts joined industry and academic leaders to explore how materials engineering can help transform sectors of the global economy.
As a company built by innovators, Applied Materials understands the importance of investing in the entire education pathway, from reading and writing to math and science and from teacher professional development to project-based learning. The company's Education Initiative focuses on key inflection points in a student’s academic trajectory: entering kindergarten ready to learn and succeed, performing at grade level in English language arts and mathematics in early elementary school, staying on academic track in middle school, and pursuing a college-preparatory curriculum in high school.
The newest in Applied Materials’ suite of ebeam products, the PROVision™ system, delivers the industry’s highest resolution at the fastest throughput, detecting defects never before seen.
Watch this brief video to learn more about this breakthrough system and the challenges it solves.
eBeam technology is used in a variety of process control and monitoring applications to help optimize the quality and stability of device fabrication as discussed in the video and summarized in an infographic.
The industry's first extreme selectivity etch tool introduces new materials engineering capabilities for the next generation of self-aligned patterning schemes and future scaling of 3D logic and memory chips.