Microtechnology/Overviews

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Overviews[edit]

Internet Resources[edit]

  • This wikibook links extensively to wikipedia, but also to many valuable external resources.

See also

Books[edit]

Books about microfabrication

Journals[edit]

Overview of the microtechnology related journals and their impact factors (Aug. 2006 values)

Microtechnology Journals
Journal link Impact Factor Comments
American Journal of Physics (AJP) [1] 0.82 ?
IEEE Transactions of Electron Devices [2]  ? IEEE
Electronics Letters [3] 1.0 ?
Journal of Applied Physics [4] 2.5 ?
Journal of Materials Processing Technology [5] 0.6 ?
Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (J.MEMS) [6] 3 ?
Journal Of Microlithography Microfabrication And Microsystems [7] 1.4 ?
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering [8] 2.5 ?
Journal of Microsystem Technologies [9] 0.72 microsystem technologies-micro-and nanosystems-information storage and processing systems
Journal of Solid-state electronics [10] 1.2 ?
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A (JVSTA) [11] 1.4 Vacuum, Surfaces, Films
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B (JVSTB) [12] 1.6 Microelectronics and Nanometer Structures: Processing, Measurement, and Phenomena
Lab on a Chip [13] 5.3 ?
Microelectronic Engineering [14] 1.4 ?
Microelectronics Journal [15] 0.35 ?
Sensor Letters [16] 1.1 ?
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical [17] 1.4 ?
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical [18] 2.6 ?
Surface and Coatings Technology [19] 1.6 ?

Software[edit]

Layout Editor[edit]

MEMS Simulation[edit]

Optical Simulations[edit]

Microfabrication Products & Companies[edit]

Where to buy raw materials, wafers etc, and where to get the fabrication done is you cannot readily access cleanroom facilities.

Foundry services[edit]

Suppliers of materials for microfabrication[edit]

Wafers[edit]

Silicon on insulator (SOI) wafers[edit]

  • University wafers [20]; USA; Chris Baker [@universitywafer.com]; All kinds of wafers, possibility of small quantities
  • Icemostech [21]; UK; Robin Wilson [RobinWilson@Icemostech.com]; Device layer +/- 0.5 µm
  • Soitec [22]; France; Sabrina Grosdidier [sabrina.grosdidier@soitec.fr]; High quality SOI, device layer +/- 5 nm
  • MEMC USA Marco Maffe [mmaffe@memc.it]; Device layer +/- 0.5 µm
  • Ultrasil [23]; USA; Thomas J. Gentemann [ultrasiltg@aol.com]; Device layer +/- 0,5 µm, next day shipment of wafers from online inventory
  • Okmetic Oyj [24]; Finland; Veli-Pekka Virtanen [veli-pekka.virtanen@okmetic.com]; Device layer +/- 0.5 µm
  • IBIS [25]; USA; High quality SOI; Device layer +/- 5 nm

Microtechnology Products[edit]

A Microtechnology Timeline[edit]

  • The first transistor
  • The first microchip
  • The first microprocessor
  • 1965 Moores Law
  • The roadmap
  • The first PCR lab-on-a-chip system
  • The first point-of-care lab on a chip system

References[edit]

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