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AKHAN Technologies, Inc, the leader in advanced diamond electron device design, today announced that its Chief Executive Officer Adam Khan will be giving an oral presentation entitled "On Enabling Nanocrystalline Diamond for Device Use: Novel Ion Beam Methodology and the Realization of Shallow N-type Diamond" at the Nanostructured Carbon Materials for MEMS/NEMS and Nano-Electronics Symposium (1B) at the forthcoming XXI International Materials Research Congress 2012.
The conference, hosted by the Materials Research Society (MRS) and the Sociedad Mexicana de Materials A.C., is set to take place August 12-17, 2012, in Cancun, Mexico. The stated purpose of the symposium is to bring together experts from academia, national laboratories, and industry to discuss the latest developments in the synthesis and characterization of nanostructured carbon materials, which are specifically geared towards the development of advanced micro/nanosystems and nanoelectronic devices. AKHAN's breakthrough diamond semiconductor technology, the Miraj Diamond™ Platform, is currently brokered by ICAP Patent Brokerage, a division of ICAP plc and the world's largest intellectual property brokerage and patent auction firm. To learn more about the assets available for sale in this portfolio, please contact Clay Becker of ICAP Patent Brokerage at
About AKHAN Technologies, Inc.
After many years of research and development, AKHAN Technologies, Inc., an Illinois Company, was formed in April 2007 by its founder Adam Khan to commercialize Diamond Lattice Technology. AKHAN Technologies is the result of over four years of peer-reviewed research, and over two years of corporate development. Commercial realization of diamond based electron devices is the primary focus of AKHAN Technologies, Inc. Further, AKHAN Technologies, Inc. is committed to continually introduce the most advanced diamond device technology in both the digital and discrete markets to the global semiconductor community. With extensive diamond technology experience and a strong Board of Directors, AKHAN is well positioned to play an important role in enabling the “diamond age” of microelectronics.
About the XXI IMRC 2012:
These annual international meetings provide an interactive forum to discuss the advances in synthesis, characterization, properties, processing, applications, basic research trends, corrosion prevention, and more, all related to the area of materials science and engineering.
The efforts of several societies, colleagues, sponsors and exhibitors offer an exciting multidisciplinary stage to learn first-hand about new directions in materials research and technology, as well as a valuable opportunity to share and exchange ideas with some of the foremost experts in the field.
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