U of A Initiates Construction of Innovative SiC Research Facility

The University of Arkansas has initiated the construction of a national silicon carbide (SiC) research and fabrication center with funding amounting to $18 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and supplemental support from the Army Research Laboratory. SiC, a robust semiconductor known for its superior performance in elevated temperature conditions, presents significant potential across a range of applications, including both military and general electronic devices: https://www.eetimes.com/u-of-arkansas-to-build-groundbreaking-sic-research-facility/

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