The U of A Advances Towards Leadership in Semiconductors

The University of Arkansas is progressing to lead the U.S. semiconductor economy with the construction of the Multi-User Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility (MUSiC). This facility, operational in August, will facilitate silicon and silicon carbide chip fabrication, providing a unique capability currently absent in the country. It aims to support government, businesses, and universities in prototyping with silicon carbide, crucial for enhancing electronic device performance in various sectors: U of A Takes Next Step to Become Leader in Semiconductors | University of Arkansas (uark.edu)

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