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EVOLUTION of the silicon wafer

As the Facilities 450mm Consortium members look to enable scaleable technology, independent of wafer size, it is important to remember how the semiconductor industry reached this point and what are the economic factors that drive such an evolution.

Water Treatment Considerations for 450mm Fabs

WORLD’S LEADING nanoelectronic facility companies

At the core of the Facilities 450mm Consortium are its members. The consortium comprises many of the world’s leading nanoelectronics facility companies, including Air Liquide, Busch, CH2M, CS CLEAN SOLUTIONS, Edwards, M+W Group, Pfeiffer Vacuum, Ovivo and Swagelok.

Water Treatment Considerations for 450mm Fabs

MEMBERS our organization’s pillars

The Facilities 450mm Consortium (F450C) is a first-of-its-kind partnership at SUNY Poly’s Albany site that is leading the global effort to design and build next-generation 450mm computer chip fabrication facilities.

Water Treatment Considerations for 450mm Fabs

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Water Treatment Considerations for 450mm Fabs

450mm Facilities & Infrastructure

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06th Apr 2016

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Water Treatment Considerations for 450mm Fabs

While the F450C addresses many of the larger infrastructure challenges in the transition to 450mm wafer sizes, water treatment...

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19th Nov 2015

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F450C Hosts Meeting in Albany, NY for Updates on R&D Groups

Members of the F450 Consortium, along with G450C management, met in mid-November at the beautiful new M+W Group office...

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23rd Jul 2015

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F450C Panel Updates Progress at SEMICON West 2015

Last Tuesday at SEMICON West, the Facilities 450mm Consortium hosted a panel of representatives from F450C and G450C member...

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04th Feb 2015

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Hidden Costs of Toxic Gas Abatement

In transitioning from 300mm to 450mm wafer processing, the surface area of each wafer approximately doubles and so the...

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04th Feb 2015

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Sustainability of Future Fabs with Smart Utilities

Ben Peek began his career as a research chemist with Texas Instruments, R&D Labs, in the 1960s. His interest...

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10th Dec 2014

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450mm: Challenges to Process Optimization and Yield

For at least the last 30 years, minimum features of devices have decreased, and the cost per transistor has...

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