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June 4th, 2007

JEOL, Genisys and Cornell University form Nanotechnology Development Partnership

Abstract:
GenISys GmbH, a provider of software for optimization of microstructure fabrication processes focusing on e-beam direct write, today announced it has formed a technology development partnership with JEOL, Ltd., and Cornell University's Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility. Together, the three organizations are collaborating to develop advanced solutions for direct write e-beam data preparation and electron process correction (nano-EPC) technologies for nanometer-range structures.

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