The May 2012 issue of WIRED Magazine features one of Applied Materials’ semiconductor manufacturing systems used to manufacture cutting-edge chips found in today’s electronics. The ‘How it Works’ article illustrates how we can sculpt transistors atom-by-atom.
Applied Materials' display technology is the talk of the town in the news this week. Wired Magazine's May 2011 issue includes an article titled, "How Flatscreen TVs Get Cheaper," which breaks down the science behind flat-panel LCD displays and how Applied Materials' machines print arrays of circuits on sheets of glass and then slice them into screens "like high tech brownies."
IIT Bombay and Applied Materials commemorate 5 years of collaboration with the launch of the “Applied Materials Chemistry Laboratory for Energy and Nanoelectronics (CLEAN).
The state-of-the-art laboratory will broaden the scope of ongoing research collaboration for the development of new materials that will be used for a variety of electronic and renewable energy-focused applications, including the fabrication of next-generation solar cells. Applied Materials began its association with IIT Bombay through several research scholar exchange programs.