Silicon Carbide Facility Gains Vital Chip-Making Tool

U of A’s silicon carbide facility reached a milestone by commissioning Deposition Technology for a crucial chip-making tool. The tool will be customized to meet the specific requirements of the Multi-Use Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility, a unique training ground for semiconductor researchers and engineers. The facility focuses on silicon carbide semiconductor devices, sensors, and integrated circuits: Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility Secures Tool Essential to Chip-Making Process | University of Arkansas (uark.edu)

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