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SMI awarded Air Force Phase I STTR to develop InN
Posted on February 08, 2006
Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) has been awarded a Phase I STTR to investigate and develop processes for InN materials. InN has recently gained significant commercial interest with the determination that its bandgap is ~0.7eV as opposed to earlier estimates around 2 eV. This opens up a wide range of nitride device possibilities wherein multijunction photovoltaics, white light emitters, and other devices can be developed.
SMI's STTR partner in this effort is Dr. William Schaff of Cornell, whose group is a world leader in InN materials development.
About Structured Materials Industries:
Structured Materials Industries, Incorporated is focused on being the leader in Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and related technologies. SMI offers for sale: systems, components, materials, and process development services. SMI has an in-house applications laboratory featuring multi-reactor deposition systems and analytic capabilities, has developed a range of strategic partnerships to develop and implement MOCVD technology and looks forward to continuing to grow and expand upon mutually advantageous relationships.
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Dr. Gary S. Tompa
Structured Materials Industries, Inc.
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