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July 7, 2014 was a momentous occasion for Applied Materials as we revealed Eteris™ - the new, post-merger name for our combined company with Tokyo Electron. To commemorate the occasion, we’ve gathered up some key pieces of news coverage along with commentary on the new name from our followers and friends.
2013 was a transformative and exciting year for Applied Materials. It was also a year filled with important achievements in the semiconductor and display industries.
In May, Applied Materials hosted one of the most powerful men in the world, U.S. President Barack Obama. In September we announced that Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron are combining to create a new global innovator for the semiconductor and display industries. It comes to no surprise that these topics are among the most widely read blog posts this past year.
SEMICON West is one of the most important events for the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry and its suppliers. This week, Applied Materials' technologists will lead a series of discussions on advanced transistors, roll-to-roll manufacturing, the transition to 450mm, and strategic investing. Follow along below (and check back regularly!) for a snapshot of the most interesting conversations coming out of Semicon West from Applied Materials and other notable show attendees.
Memorial Day is a time to reflect and give thanks to the members of the U.S. Armed Forces who lost their lives in service to their country. The willingness of men and women to make the ultimate sacrifice while defending this country and its ideals makes it possible for us to enjoy a free society; one where the ability to succeed is limited only by one’s own motivation and vision.
The military also provides a pipeline for new hires, enabling companies like Applied Materials to tap into their skills to push the limits of science and technology even further.
It’s a New Year and with that comes a new blog look!
To better tell the whole Applied Materials story in a more dynamic and interactive way, we've redesigned the blog. The new blog will provide readers with a richer and more vibrant environment by featuring highly visual images and videos. These will provide a glimpse into the various roles Applied Materials plays as a leader in the semiconductor, solar and display industries as well as a socially responsible company.
I want to invite you to a special Applied Materials blog event on Twitter featuring the senior director for Energy Policy and Market Development at Applied Materials, Cathy Boone. Topics she will discuss include solar energy policy, jobs and myths. The Twitter chat is on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific; 1:00 p.m. Eastern and will last for one hour.
We’re getting excited for this year’s SEMICON West, the flagship annual event for the global microelectronics industry. We have enjoyed building an online community through the discussion of innovation and the ideas that are shaping the world as we know it. As we’ve built this community, we’ve created several ways to connect, engage and interact with Applied Materials.
This blog post highlights the various Applied Materials Social Media Communities. Please take the time to check out the different channels and we’ll post up-to-date news and information about our activities around the show through the following methods.
Scientists and inventors may not be the first things that come to mind with the upcoming Saint Patrick’s Day holiday. The day is usually associated with four-leaf clovers, leprechauns, performers or food and most importantly green beer. It turns out Ireland has a significant scientific heritage that has produced many top inventors, scientists and innovators who have made great contributions in pioneering new technologies. In honor of the upcoming holiday, Applied Materials would like to take this opportunity to recognize and honor some major Irish figures in the history of science.
At Applied Materials, circles are nothing new to us…although here we call them Wafers. And because the internet and finding useful information can be as complex as designing, building and depositing on a wafer, we thought we’d provide some help on how to keep up with Applied through the platforms that you access and interact with online every day. Allow me to introduce ourselves, or rather the ‘Applied Materials Social Media Communities.’ Here you’ll find a list of our online communities with official links to help you get started and for easy access. I invite you to ‘Like Us’, ‘Tweet Us,’ ‘Connect with Us,’ ‘Circle Us,’ and ‘Visit Us.’
Today is significant for two reasons: first, it’s Applied Materials’ 44th anniversary—we’ve come a long way since 1967—working with amazing people, developing great products and creating an innovative culture; and secondly, it’s now official —Applied Materials and Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates have become one company, combining the best of each to help the world’s leading chip makers solve the challenges of today’s increasingly more complex transistors.
In recognition of the summer solstice, the day the sun shines in the northern hemisphere for the longest period of time all year, Applied Materials’ president of Solar, Dr. Charlie Gay is hosting an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) thread on Reddit NOW. Join us.
Dr. Charles Gay, President of Applied Materials’ Solar division, discusses when we'll get to $1/watt, solar efficiency improvement opportunities and how Applied Materials is looking at the solar technology roadmap. This interview with the Daily Energy Report is the second of a two part series.
Dr. Charles Gay, President of Applied Materials’ Solar division, discusses the impact of the new 33% Renewable Portfolio Standard that was just passed into California law. This interview with the Daily Energy Report is the first of a two part series.
Repeated over and over during the 8th Annual CEO Business Climate Summit were two important topics for the future success of high tech companies in California — an educated workforce and innovation.
Applied Materials chairman and CEO, Mike Splinter (left), Facebook chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg (second from left), Governor of the State of California, Jerry Brown (center), and SunPower CEO, Tom Werner (second from right), joined a panel discussion moderated by Barbara Marshman (right), editorial page editor at the San Jose Mercury News, to exchange ideas on how to strengthen California’s economy and business climate.
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.