Energy Ion Implantation
For the ion technology business area, we use the facilities of the ion beam center at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf. Many years of expertise in the field of ion technology, modern and powerful machines and highly qualified personnel enable the rapid processing of standard implantations while maintaining high quality standards. Our strengths include the broad ion energy range, a large selection of available ion species and the fulfillment of complex special orders. The close cooperation with well-known customers worldwide testifies to the great trust in our services.
Six accelerators wih 40 end stations in the energy range from several hundreds eV to over 50 MeV can be used for ion implantation services. The implantation of light ions in semiconductor components of power electronics improve switching performance and reduce significantly the power loss (lifetime engineering).
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HZDR researcher awarded Saxon Transfer Prize
Dr. Richard Gloaguen was awarded 2nd place in the competition for the Saxon State Prize for Transfer 2023. TheiaX Managing Director Christian Christesen received the Transfer Award. Awarded was the spin-off TheiaX that offers sustainable, efficient raw material exploration with AI-supported imaging & mapping methods to industrial customers.
A new dimension of resistance measurement
With the tensormeter, all components of the electrical resistance of thin layers, such as silicon wafers, can be measured quickly and precisely with one measurement. The tensormeter determines the complete resistance tensor of one or more thin-film samples, which would otherwise require a large number of measuring devices and complex measurement setups. Learn more about the device in our product video.
Make with positrons defects visible
Today, materials scientists often aim to improve materials on the nanometre scale. Positrons, the anti-particles of electrons, help here. They can be used to make nano-defects visible. Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy (PALS) makes it possible to examine almost any material on the nanometre scale for atomic defects non-destructively and without time-consuming sample preparation.
Wire-Mesh-Sensor, Needle Probe, Process Microscope
The wire mesh sensor for the imaging examination of multiphase flows with high spatial and temporal resolution is the main product in the business field of multiphase measurement technology. In addition, we offer products such as the needle probe for measuring the local gas content, the process microscope for analyzing particles and cells as well as the clock box for synchronous triggering of different measuring systems. Find out more.