Thin Films

Summary

  • 112 Companies
  • 567 Patents
  • 9 630 Use Cases
  • 88 Case Studies
  • 61 355 Science Papers
  • $83 820 000 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
1
Nanotechnology
Rogów, Woj. Śląskie
PREVAC is a world leading manufacturer of deposition and analysis systems based on vacuum technology dedicated for the investigation of chemical and physical properties of solid state surfaces, thin films and nanomaterials. The company designs, manufactures and delivers complete research systems and components, electronic devices and software dedicated to handling PREVAC’s products as well as other manufacturers. The company is very well known of custom solutions.
1996
Privately Held
82
2
Machinery
Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia
Vacuum technologies are a key part of many modern industrial applications as they often rely on vacuum technologies. Leybold offers a broad range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes. We focus on the development of application- and customer-specific systems for the creation of vacuums and extraction of processing gases. Fields of application are coating technologies, thin films and data storage, analytical instruments and classic industrial processes. For further information visit our website www.leybold.com or our E-Shop www.leyboldproducts.com . Also visit our social media channels on Xing, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. If you are interested in working for Leybold, please visit our employees & career page https://www.leybold.com/en/leybold/vacancies/ Imprint: https://www.leybold.com/en/imprint/ Data Privacy Notice: https://www.leybold.com/en/legal-and-data-privacy/
1850
Public Company
731
3
Pharmaceuticals
Andernach
LTS is a leading pharmaceutical technology company that develops and manufactures innovative drug delivery systems such as Transdermal Patches ("TTS"​) and Oral Thin Films ("OTF"​) for the pharmaceutical industry. While we continuously refine our TTS and OTF technologies further, we also research complementary Micro Array Patches for the transdermal delivery of large molecule, biological actives. Incorporated in 1984, we operate today from two sites in Andernach, Germany and West Caldwell/NJ, USA, plus representative office in Shanghai/China.
1984
Public Company
172
4
Research
Riga
The Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia (ISSP UL), is the leading research centre in Latvia that can provide internationally comparable research in materials science, educate students in modern technology and material studies, and provide innovative solutions for industrial applications (Technopolis group research assessment, 2013). Its international competence was acknowledged already in 2001 when the Institute received the "Excellence Centre of Advanced Materials Research and Technology"​ award by the European Comission. The Institute is following research priorities set by the European Comission and the Latvian Government, which are in line with the European strategy for Key Enabling Technologies: - Nanotechnology: -- research of thin films, nanostructured surfaces and nanocomposites for applications in optics, electronics and photonics. - Micro and nanoelectronics (including semiconductors): -- experimental studies of electronic and ionic processes in wide-gap materials with different degree of structural ordering. - Advanced materials: -- theoretical modelling of physical and chemical processes, structure and properties; -- development of multifunctional and hybrid materials for energy applications including photovoltaic elements, fuel cells, hydrogen energetics and light emitting diodes. - Photonics: -- elaboration of functional organic and inorganic materials.
1978
Government Agency
125
5
Machinery
Wiehl
Kampf Schneid- und Wickeltechnik GmbH & Co. KG has been a major technology leader in slitting and winding technology for hundred years. The company, based in Wiehl near Cologne, employs a total of nearly 800 employees. Its product range includes slitting and winding machines, winders, narrow-cut slitting and special machines for manufacturing and processing web-shaped plastic film, composite materials, laminated and aluminium foil, as well as non-wovens, label stock and refined paper. KAMPF is the world's biggest manufacturer of roll slitting and winding machines and winder for films. Exports account for approx. 90% of sales. The company has subsidiaries in the USA, China and India, as well as international sales and service offices. KAMPF has its own technology centre and works continuously on further developing its innovative machines; these include primarily high-performance slitting and winding machines, as well as narrow-cut slitting and winding machines for ultra-thin films. KAMPF Life Cycle Service accompanies its customers over the entire lifecylce of their machines with know-how and up-to-date service products. The KAMPF Academy offers a comprehensive seminar programme with different focal points. Great emphasis is also given to the education of young apprentices.The new training workshop was completed in 2014. This 450 m² state of the art site offers workplaces for future-oriented training. KAMPF sponsors schools and regularly organizes events to give children a better understanding of technology.
1920
Partnership
106
6
Pharmaceuticals
Chenôve, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
AdhexPharma is an independent drug delivery company specialized in Transdermal & Topical patches and Oral Thin Films technologies. AdhexPharma is based in France, with GMP manufacturing facility for European and US market. We have 4 approved products in Europe and North America and a pipeline of 6 candidates, ranging from 505(b)2 / NDA and ANDA in different therapeutical areas: pain, CNS, anesthesia, smoking cessation and HRT.
2008
Privately Held
88
7
Manufacturing
Boulder, Colorado
Optics - Assemblies - Laser Products REO, an Excelitas Technologies Company, sets today’s standards for precision in optical components and assemblies with solutions that are engineered for superior reliability, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Incorporating ion beam sputtered thin films, superpolished substrates and precision assembly technologies, our products provide the ultimate in low loss and high quality. We are the partner you can depend on, now and in the future, to deliver unmatched performance and value. High performance in an optical system starts with the right components and thin film coatings, and REO’s optics offer the best available performance in optical loss, spectral accuracy, wavefront integrity, durability, environmental stability, and laser damage resistance. Mirrors, lenses, prisms, beamsplitters, polarizers, and filters are just a few examples of the types of components that REO provides for a wide range of applications. Building upon superior component technology, REO integrates mechanical and electronic components with precision alignment to provide complete optical assemblies. From simple mounted optics to custom lens cells to complete instrumentation benches, REO provides the total solution for building to your print or designing to your concept. The result is total quality, total reliability, and a simplified supply chain. REO’s experience and flexible manufacturing structure makes us uniquely suited to supply Helium-Neon lasers for performance-critical applications. Only REO manufactures its own laser mirrors in-house, which results in superior output power and laser lifetime. Our stabilized laser product provides an ideal solution for laser-based instrumentation and metrology applications requiring long coherence length or high amplitude stability. REO also offers design-to-concept or build-to-print OEM Laser Assembly solutions for instrumentation or process tool applications requiring customized laser technology.
1994
Privately Held
84
8
Defense and Space
São Carlos, São Paulo
Ophtalmologic Medical Devices, Dental Devices, Microscopy Devices, Defense and Space Equipments and Components, Electro-optical Devices, Optical Components, Thin Films for Optical and Thermal Applications, Nanostructured Materials, Ophtalmic Lenses, Industrial Laser Equiment for Science and Industry.
1986
Privately Held
82
9
Research
Halle (Saale), Sachen-Anhalt
The Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics explores the creation of novel materials and devices, and systems of devices that could allow for innovative technologies, particularly those that could enable advanced, highly energy-efficient, computing and memory-storage technologies. These include bio-inspired materials and thinking systems, and materials and devices that can support quantum technologies. The Institute has been entirely rebuilt over the past 3 years with modernized offices, meeting rooms, and laboratories and a state-of-the art clean-room, and RBS facility, that are designed to encourage interactions and interdisciplinary research. The Institute is comprised of four independent departments which are closely coupled to one another. The institute has openings for outstanding Ph.D. students, post-doctoral researchers, student interns, technicians and engineers. Current scientific projects include within the Nano-systems from ions, spins and electrons department (Director: Stuart Parkin): spintronics, spin-orbitronics, chiraltronics, non-collinear spin textures, Racetrack Memory, atomically engineered thin film materials, topological materials, the electric field induced transformation of the structure and electronic properties of thin films to create complex three-dimensional meso-structures from the film’s surface. The Nanophotonics, Integration, and Neural Technology department (Director: Joyce Poon) focuses on multi-technology implantable devices that stimulate and record neurons, and integrated photonic devices for 3D micro- displays. The Theory department (Director: Andrei Bernevig) is focused on understanding the fundamental principles that can be used to distinguish and identify materials with topological and quantum properties. Current projects include: classifying all known non-magnetic and, in the future, magnetic materials that may be topological; identifying heterostructures that have unique “twistronic” properties.
1992
Nonprofit
75
10
Nanotechnology
Santa Barbara, CA
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research is the technology leader in atomic force microscopy for both materials and bioscience research. Asylum Research AFMs are widely used by both academic and industrial researchers for characterizing samples from diverse fields spanning material science, polymers, thin films, energy research and biophysics. In addition to routine imaging of sample topography and roughness, Asylum Research AFMs also offer unmatched resolution and quantitative measurement capability for nanoelectrical, nanomechanical and electromechanical characterization. Recent advances have made these measurements far simpler and more automated for increased consistency and productivity. The Cypher™ AFM has models for fast scanning, high resolution imaging, and video-rate AFM scan speeds, and easy environmental control. The MFP-3D™ AFM product lines span a wide range of performance, accessories and pricing with models at a price competitive with many low-cost AFMs. Asylum Research also offers its exclusive SurfRider™ AFM probes among a comprehensive selection of AFM probes, accessories and consumables. Sales, applications and service offices are located in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, France, India, China and Taiwan, with distributor offices in other global regions. When you purchase an Asylum AFM, you are assured you will get the #1 customer service and support in the industry that only comes from being a part of the Asylum family.
1999
Public Company
74

Patents

#NumberTitleAbstractDateKindAssigneeInventor
1
11 047 042
Synthesis and use of precursors for ALD of molybdenum or tungsten containing thin films
Processes for forming Mo and W containing thin films, such as MoS2, WS2, MoSe2, and WSe2 thin films are provided. Methods are also provided for synthesizing Mo or W beta-diketonate precursors. Additionally, methods are provided for forming 2D materials containing Mo or W.
B2
ASM IP HOLDING B.V.
Markku Leskelä, Tiina McKee, Mikko Ritala, Timo Hatanpää
2
11 047 046
Vapor deposition of thin films comprising gold
Vapor deposition processes for forming thin films comprising gold on a substrate in a reaction space are provided. The processes can be cyclical vapor deposition processes, such as atomic layer deposition (ALD) processes. The processes can include contacting the substrate with a gold precursor comprising at least one sulfur donor ligand and at least one alkyl ligand, and contacting the substrate with a second reactant comprising ozone. The deposited thin films comprising gold can be uniform, continuous, and conductive at very low thicknesses.
B2
ASM IP Holding B.V.
Timo Hatanpää, Maarit Mäkelä, Mikko Rítala, Markku Leskelä
3
11 029 448
Thin films and a method for making the same
Disclosed herein are embodiments of a porous aluminum oxide thin film having a surface RMS roughness value of less than 1 nm. The thin film may also comprise phosphorus. The disclosed thin films may have a refractive index of from 1 to 2, such as from 1 to 1.5. Also disclosed are embodiments of as method for making the disclosed thin films, comprising forming an aqueous solution of the alumina precursor, a surfactant and optionally a phosphorus-containing precursor, and depositing the solution on a substrate.
B2
Oregon State University
Cory K. Perkins, Douglas A. Keszler, Juan Carlos Ramos, Ryan Helmut Mansergh
4
11 014 866
Synthesis and use of precursors for vapor deposition of tungsten containing thin films
Methods are provided for synthesizing W(IV) beta-diketonate precursors. Additionally, methods are provided for forming W containing thin films, such as WS2, WNx, WO3, and W via vapor deposition processes, such as atomic layer deposition (ALD) type processes and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) type processes. Methods are also provided for forming 2D materials containing W.
B2
ASM IP Holding B.V.
Mikko Ritala, Markku Leskelä, Timo Hatanpää, Miika Mattinen
5
10 995 405
Deposition of molybdenum thin films using a molybdenum carbonyl precursor
Transition metal precursors are disclosed herein along with methods of using these precursors to deposit metal thin films. Advantageous properties of these precursors and methods are also disclosed, as well as superior films that can be achieved with the precursors and methods.
B2
MERCK PATENT GMBH
Mark C. Potyen, Jean-Sebastien Lehn, Guo Liu, Charles Dezelah
6
10 985 360
Methods, systems, and compositions for the liquid-phase deposition of thin films onto the surface of battery electrodes
Methods, systems, and compositions for the liquid-phase deposition (LPD) of thin films. The thin films can be coated onto the surface of porous components of electrochemical devices, such as battery electrodes. Embodiments of the present disclosure achieve a faster, safer, and more cost-effective means for forming uniform, conformal layers on non-planar microstructures than known methods. In one aspect, the methods and systems involve exposing the component to be coated to different liquid reagents in sequential processing steps, with optional intervening rinsing and drying steps. Processing may occur in a single reaction chamber or multiple reaction chambers.
B2
Coreshell Technologies, Inc.
Jonathan Tan, Sourav Roger Basu
7
10 941 487
Synthesis and use of precursors for ALD of group VA element containing thin films
Atomic layer deposition (ALD) processes for forming Group VA element containing thin films, such as Sb, Sb—Te, Ge—Sb and Ge—Sb—Te thin films are provided, along with related compositions and structures. Sb precursors of the formula Sb(SiR1R2R3)3 are preferably used, wherein R1, R2, and R3 are alkyl groups. As, Bi and P precursors are also described. Methods are also provided for synthesizing these Sb precursors. Methods are also provided for using the Sb thin films in phase change memory devices.
B2
ASM IP Holding B.V.
Timo Hatanpää, Mikko Ritala, Markku Leskelä, Viljami Pore
8
10 845 328
Nanoporous semiconductor thin films
The present disclosure provides a method of fabricating a nanoporous thin film device comprising depositing a template on a substrate to form a nanoporous insulating layer, the template comprising one or more polymers capable of forming pores when polymerized and at least one cross-linking agent, and depositing a second layer (e.g. organic semiconductor, semiconductor, insulator) on the nonporous insulating layer to form a thin film having a plurality of isolated nanopores on the surface. Nanoporous semiconductor thin films made by these methods is provided. Sensors and devices comprising the nanoporous thin film is also disclosed.
B2
The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois
Fengjiao Zhang, Ying Diao
9
10 840 399
Germanium tin oxide thin films for uncooled infrared detection
Microbolometer is a class of infrared detector whose resistance changes when the temperature changes. In this work, we deposited and characterized Germanium Oxide thin films mixed with Sn (Ge—Sn—O) for uncooled infrared detection. Ge—Sn—O were deposited by co-sputtering of Sn and Ge targets in the Ar+O environment using a radio frequency sputtering system. Optical characterization shows that the absorption in Ge—Sn—O was most sensitive in the wavelength ranges between 1.0-3.0 μm. The transmission data was further used to determine the optical energy band gap (0.678 eV) of the thin-film using Tauc's equation. We also found the variations of absorption coefficient (1.4802×105 m−1-1.0097×107 m−1), refractive index (1.242-1.350), and the extinction coefficient (0.3255-8.010) for the wavelength ranges between 1.0-3.0 μm. The thin film's resistivity measured by the four point probe was found to be 4.55 Ω-cm and TCR was in the range of −2.56-−2.25 (%/K) in the temperature range 292-312K. In light of these results it can be shown that this thin film is in keeping with the current standards while also being more cost and time effective.
B1
Mukti Rana, Jaime Damiany Cardona
10
10 811 254
Method for fabricating metal chalcogenide thin films
Provided is a method for fabricating high-uniformity and high-quality metal chalcogenide thin films. The method for fabricating metal chalcogenide thin films may include forming a metal precursor thin film including a metal thin film and a chalcogen thin film disposed on the upper surface or lower surface of the metal thin film; and performing a chalcogenization process for providing a chalcogen source on the metal precursor thin film to form a first metal chalcogenide thin film.
B2
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
JungWook Lim, Hyun Jun Chai, Kwang Hoon Jung, Sun Jin Yun

Patents by Year

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
1
The Materials Science of Thin Films
A Review of Materials Science. Vacuum Science and Technology. Physical Vapor Deposition. Chemical Vapor Deposition. Film Formation and Structure. Characterization of Thin Films. Epitaxy. Interdiffusion and Reactions in Thin Films. Mechanical Properties of Thin Films. Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Thin Films. Optical Properties of Thin Films. Metallurgical and Protective Coatings. Modification of Surfaces and Films. Emerging Thin-Film Materials and Applications. Appendixes. Index.
Physics, Materials Science
1991
3 148
2
Electroluminescence of doped organic thin films
Electroluminescent (EL)devices are constructed using multilayer organic thin films. The basic structure consists of a hole‐transport layer and a luminescent layer. The hole‐transport layer is an amorphous diamine film in which the only mobile carrier is the hole. The luminescent layer consists of a host material, 8‐hydroxyquinoline aluminum (Alq), which predominantly transports electrons. High radiance has been achieved at an operating voltage of less than 10 V. By doping the Alq layer with highly fluorescent molecules, the EL efficiency has been improved by about a factor of 2 in comparison with the undoped cell. Representative dopants are coumarins and DCMs. The ELquantum efficiency of the doped system is about 2.5%, photon/electron. The EL colors can be readily tuned from the blue‐green to orange‐red by a suitable choice of dopants as well as by changing the concentration of the dopant. In the doped system the electron‐hole recombination and emission zones can be confined to about 50 A near the hole‐transport interface. In the undoped Alq, the EL emission zone is considerably larger due to excitondiffusion. The multilayerdopedEL structure offers a simple means for the direct determination of excitondiffusion length.
Physics, Materials Science
1989
2 552
3
Pulsed laser deposition of thin films
Partial table of contents: History and Fundamentals of Pulsed Laser Deposition (J. Cheung). Diagnostics and Characteristics of Laser--Produced Plasmas (D. Geohegan). Particulates Generated by Pulsed Laser Ablation (L.--C. Chen). Angular Distribution of Ablated Material (K. Saenger). Film Nucleation and Film Growth in Pulsed Laser Deposition of Ceramics (J. Horwitz & J. Sprague). Processes Characteristics and Film Properties in Pulsed Laser Plasma Deposition (S. Metev). Commercial Scale--Up of Pulsed Laser Deposition (J. Greer). Pulsed Laser Deposition: Future Trends (T. Venkatesan). Comparison of Vacuum Deposition Techniques (G. Hubler). Pulsed Laser Deposition of High--Temperature Superconducting Thin Films for Active and Passive Device Applications (R. Muenchausen & X. Wu). Pulsed Laser Deposition of Metals (J. Kools). Appendix. References. Index.
Physics, Materials Science
2003
2 184
4
Room-temperature ultraviolet laser emission from self-assembled ZnO microcrystallite thin films
Room-temperature ultraviolet (UV) laser emission of ZnO microcrystallite thin films is reported. The hexagonal ZnO microcrystallites are grown by laser molecular beam epitaxy. They are self-assembled and parallelly arrayed on sapphire substrates. The facets of the hexagons form natural Fabry-Perot lasing cavities. The optical gain for the room-temperature UV stimulated emission is of an excitonic nature and has a peak value an order of magnitude larger than that of bulk ZnO crystal. The observation of room-temperature UV lasing from the ordered, nano-sized ZnO crystals represents an important step towards the development of nanometer photoelectronics. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.
Physics, Materials Science
1998
1 713
5
FERROELECTRIC, DIELECTRIC AND PIEZOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS AND CERAMICS
Ferroelectric, dielectric and piezoelectric properties of ferroelectric thin films and ceramics are reviewed with the aim of providing an insight into different processes which may affect the behaviour of ferroelectric devices, such as ferroelectric memories and micro-electro-mechanical systems. Taking into consideration recent advances in this field, topics such as polarization switching, polarization fatigue, effects of defects, depletion layers, and depolarization fields on hysteresis loop behaviour, and contributions of domain-wall displacement to dielectric and piezoelectric properties are discussed. An introduction into dielectric, pyroelectric, piezoelectric and elastic properties of ferroelectric materials, symmetry considerations, coupling of electro-mechanical and thermal properties, and definitions of relevant ferroelectric phenomena are provided.
Physics, Materials Science
1998
1 658
6
Evolution of Electrical, Chemical, and Structural Properties of Transparent and Conducting Chemically Derived Graphene Thin Films
A detailed description of the electronic properties, chemical state, and structure of uniform single and few‐layered graphene oxide (GO) thin films at different stages of reduction is reported. The residual oxygen content and structure of GO are monitored and these chemical and structural characteristics are correlated to electronic properties of the thin films at various stages of reduction. It is found that the electrical characteristics of reduced GO do not approach those of intrinsic graphene obtained by mechanical cleaving because the material remains significantly oxidized. The residual oxygen forms sp3 bonds with carbon atoms in the basal plane such that the carbon sp2 bonding fraction in fully reduced GO is ∼0.80. The minority sp3 bonds disrupt the transport of carriers delocalized in the sp2 network, limiting the mobility, and conductivity of reduced GO thin films. Extrapolation of electrical conductivity data as a function of oxygen content reveals that complete removal of oxygen should lead to properties that are comparable to graphene.
Materials Science
2009
1 513
7
Recent Progress in Multiferroic Magnetoelectric Composites: from Bulk to Thin Films
Multiferroic magnetoelectric composite systems such as ferromagnetic‐ferroelectric heterostructures have recently attracted an ever‐increasing interest and provoked a great number of research activities, driven by profound physics from coupling between ferroelectric and magnetic orders, as well as potential applications in novel multifunctional devices, such as sensors, transducers, memories, and spintronics. In this Review, we try to summarize what remarkable progress in multiferroic magnetoelectric composite systems has been achieved in most recent few years, with emphasis on thin films; and to describe unsolved issues and new device applications which can be controlled both electrically and magnetically.
Materials Science, Chemistry, Medicine
2011
1 496
8
Ferroelectric thin films: Review of materials, properties, and applications
An overview of the state of art in ferroelectric thin films is presented. First, we review applications: microsystems' applications, applications in high frequency electronics, and memories based on ferroelectric materials. The second section deals with materials, structure (domains, in particular), and size effects. Properties of thin films that are important for applications are then addressed: polarization reversal and properties related to the reliability of ferroelectric memories, piezoelectric nonlinearity of ferroelectric films which is relevant to microsystems' applications, and permittivity and loss in ferroelectric films-important in all applications and essential in high frequency devices. In the context of properties we also discuss nanoscale probing of ferroelectrics. Finally, we comment on two important emerging topics: multiferroic materials and ferroelectric one-dimensional nanostructures. (c) 2006 American Institute of Physics.
Physics, Materials Science
2006
1 443
9
Enhancement of Ferroelectricity in Strained BaTiO3 Thin Films
Biaxial compressive strain has been used to markedly enhance the ferroelectric properties of BaTiO3 thin films. This strain, imposed by coherent epitaxy, can result in a ferroelectric transition temperature nearly 500°C higher and a remanent polarization at least 250% higher than bulk BaTiO3 single crystals. This work demonstrates a route to a lead-free ferroelectric for nonvolatile memories and electro-optic devices.
Physics, Materials Science, Medicine
2004
1 433
10
Electrical and optical properties of TiO2 anatase thin films
Electrical and optical spectroscopic studies of TiO2 anatase thin filmsdeposited by sputtering show that the metastable phase anatase differs in electronic properties from the well‐known, stable phase rutile. Resistivity and Hall‐effect measurements reveal an insulator–metal transition in a donor band in anatase thin films with high donor concentrations. Such a transition is not observed in rutile thin films with similar donor concentrations. This indicates a larger effective Bohr radius of donor electrons in anatase than in rutile, which in turn suggests a smaller electron effective mass in anatase. The smaller effective mass in anatase is consistent with the high mobility, bandlike conduction observed in anatase crystals. It is also responsible for the very shallow donor energies in anatase. Luminescence of self‐trapped excitons is observed in anatase thin films, which implies a strong lattice relaxation and a small exciton bandwidth in anatase. Optical absorption and photoconductivity spectra show that anatase thin films have a wider optical absorption gap than rutile thin films.
Physics, Materials Science
1994
1 331

Top 10 cited authors

#AuthorPapers countCitation Count
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254
22 453
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203
20 749
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317
15 419
4
131
15 378
5
77
14 290
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14 071
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63
12 183
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11 842
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238
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Clinical Trials

  • Researches Count 2
  • Ongoing Studies 0
  • Total Enrollment 50

Clinical Trials by Year

Countries

Clinical Trials

#TitleConditionsInterventionsEnrollmentYearLocations
1
Vitamin D Replacement Using Oral Thin Film (OTF) Cholecalciferol in Patients Undergoing Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT), Vitamin D Deficiency
Oral Thin Film (OTF) Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)
20
2021
Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati
2
An Open-label, Randomized, Four-way Crossover, Single Dose Study to Investigate the Safety, Tolerability and Pharmacokinetics of Different Oral Thin Film (S)-Ketamine Formulations for Sublingual Administration in Healthy Participants
Healthy
OTF 1, OTF 2, OTF 3, OTF 4
16
2020
Janssen Research & Development, LLC
3
Spectacle Tints and Thin-Films to Reduce Headache Frequency in Patients With Chronic Migraine
Headache Migraine Chronic
Gray tinted spectacle lenses, Thin-Film spectacle lenses
140
2016
University of Utah
4
Thin Film Spectacle Coatings to Reduce Light Sensitivity and Headaches in Child and Adolescent Patients With Migraine
Migraine Disorders, Photophobia
Investigational Coating
35
2014
University of Utah
5
A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Crossover Study of the Safety and Efficacy of Tropicamide 1 mg Intra-oral Slow Dissolving Muco-adhesive Thin Films to Reduce Hypersalivation in PD Patients Manifesting Sialorrhea Complaints
Sialorrhea (Excessive Drooling)
NH004 Placebo, NH004 tropicamide
30
2013
NeuroHealing Pharmaceuticals Inc.
6
Thin Film Spectacle Coatings to Reduce Light Sensitivity and Headaches in Patients With Migraine.
Migraine Disorders, Photophobia
Sham Lens Coating, Therapeutic Lens Coating
48
2013
University of Utah
7
Oral Potassium Acid Phosphate Supplementation for Preterm Neonates; a Comparison of Oral Thin Films and Standard Oral Therapy.
Hypophosphataemia, Osteopenia of Prematurity
Oral thin film therapy (Potassium acid phosphate oral thin films), Standard therapy (Potassium acid phosphate oral solution)
20
2013
University of Strathclyde

Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Thin Films
(BixSb1-x)2Se3 thin films for short wavelength infrared region solar cells
2022
0
short wavelength infrared region solar cells
2
Thin Films
A combinatorial study of SiGeAsTe thin films for application as an Ovonic threshold switch selector
2022
0
application as an ovonic threshold switch selector
3
Thin Films
A Novel Anisotropic Saturation Magnetization Phenomenon in Flexible Mn-doped BiFeO3 Thin Films for Wearable Device
2022
0
wearable device
4
Thin Films
A review on chemical bath deposition of metal chalcogenide thin films for heterojunction solar cells
2022
0
heterojunction solar cells
5
Thin Films
Activated Carbon Mediated Hydrothermally Synthesized CuO Thin Films for Electrochemical Supercapacitors
2022
0
electrochemical supercapacitors
6
Thin Films
Al–Au Thin Films for Thermally Stable and Highly Sensitive Plasmonic Sensors
2022
0
thermally stable and highly sensitive plasmonic sensors
7
Thin Films
Ambient Spray Coating of Organic‐Inorganic Composite Thin Films for Perovskite Solar Cell Encapsulation
2022
0
perovskite solar cell encapsulation
8
Thin Films
Amorphous Molybdenum Trioxide Thin Films for Gas Sensing Applications
2022
1
gas sensing applications
9
Thin Films
Amorphous/Crystalline Engineering of BaTiO3-Based Thin Films for Energy-Storage Capacitors
2022
0
energy-storage capacitors
10
Thin Films
Antireflective, Transparent, Water-Resistant, and Antibacterial Zn-Doped Silicon Oxide Thin Films for Touchscreen-Based Display Applications
2022
0
touchscreen-based display applications

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
1
Accident Case Study : Into Thin Air - documentary film - The D ...
Genre: Investigation and Reality; Synopsis. On July 3, 2021, two New York-based pilots prepare to depart Aspen, Colorado in a Beechcraft Bonanza G36.
no
2021
0
2
Water-Cooled Planetary Mechanism | Thin Film - Dynavac
January 14, 2021 Hingham, MA: Dynavac, a leading supplier of thin film deposition and space simulation systems, is pleased to announce the development of a ...
no
2021
0
3
a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma
by D Sciacqua · 2020 — & Poncin-Epaillard, F. Film chemistry control and growth kinectics of pulsed plasma-polymerized aniline. Plasma Chem. Plasma Process. 31(1), 217 ...
no
2020
1 950
4
a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma
by D Sciacqua · 2020 — Dario Sciacqua, Cédric Pattyn, Andrea Jagodar, Erik von Wahl, Thomas Lecas, et al.. Controlling the flux of reactive species: a case study ...
no
2020
310
5
a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma
by D Sciacqua · 2020 — Controlling the flux of reactive species: a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma · Authors · Affiliations.
no
2020
6 250
6
a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma
by D Sciacqua · 2020 — Nicolas-Debarnot D, Mérian T, Poncin-Epaillard F. Film chemistry control and growth kinectics of pulsed plasma-polymerized aniline.
no
2020
6 250
7
a case study on thin film deposition in an aniline/argon plasma.
by D Sciacqua · 2020 — Abstract: The plasma based synthesis of thin films is frequently used to deposit ultra-thin and pinhole-free films on a wide class of different substrates.
no
2020
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Diamond nanocrystal thin films: Case study on ... - NASA/ADS
by S Solaymani · 2020 · Cited by 11 — Analyzing diamond nanocrystal (DNC) thin film morphology produced by the HFCVD technique is the main objective of the present work.
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[PDF] High-entropy ceramic thin films; A case study on ...
Feb 28, 2018 — Fei Wang, X. Zhang, +4 authors B. Cui. Materials Science. 2020. Compared to the extensively studied metallic high-entropy alloys (HEAs), ...
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A case study of thin film stress evolution at a ... - SAGE Journals
by M Al · 2018 · Cited by 6 — Del Vecchio, AL, Spaepen, F. The effect of deposition rate on the intrinsic stress in copper and silver thin films. J Appl Phys 2007; 101: ...
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Flexible Solar PV
Flexible Photovoltaics Technology, Flexible Solar Cells, PV technology, PV thin films, Organic Solar Cells, Polymer Solar Cells, Flexible PV Panels.
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Henrik Pedersen
Materials Chemist, Professor at @liu_universitet. Thin films by #CVDep and #ALDep. Dad, #MTB enthusiast, rally co-driver
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Thin films and nanostructured materials. "The Helsinki group" in ALD research. World leading expertise in ALD chemistry but also topics beyond ALD.
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FP7 NanoMend
FP7 project for in-line Micro and Nano defect detection and removal in thin films such as those in flexible electronics, drinks cartons and smart packaging.
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Dr Peter J. King
Specializing in thin films technology and materials structure/properties relationships.
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Institute of Thin Films Sensors and Imaging
The Institute of Thin Films, Sensors, and Imaging (ITFSI) is a research institute at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS), founded by Prof. Des Gibson.
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PhD Candidate, NC State | CNT | E/Smart Textiles | Wearable Electronics | CVD | Thin films | Nanomaterials
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The Nanotechnology Lab- Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials Nanosystems & Nanometrology (LTFN), Physics Dept., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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Cerakote is the industry innovator in performance based, thin film, ceramic coatings. At Cerakote.com, you can view thousands of gallery images to inspire you, as well as find a Cerakote Certified Applicator near you to apply Cerakote to your next project. Manufacturers - to see if Cerakote is right for your application, give us a call at 1-866-774-7628 and ask for an Account Manager.
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I am proud to present these beautiful and cutting edge AMOLED demos developed by me and my partners. I have been developing thin film encapsulation technology for flexible OLED displays for last 10+ years. These flexible OLED displays have come to the market in products like Samsung Galaxy Round, Galaxy Edge series, Gear Fit, Galaxy Gear S etc. Look out for more exciting products in coming years!
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Vacuum technologies are a key part of many modern industrial applications as they often rely on vacuum technologies. Leybold offers a broad range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes. We focus on the development of application- and customer-specific systems for the creation of vacuums and extraction of processing gases. Fields of application are coating technologies, thin films and data storage, analytical instruments and classic industrial processes. Imprint: https://www.leybold.com/en/imprint/ Data privacy notice: https://www.leybold.com/en/legal-and-data-privacy/
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HyperSound is an innovation in audio that uses a thin film to generate an ultrasonic beam of sound. Like a flashlight controls a ray of light, HyperSound directs sound in a narrow beam limiting it to a specific location, creating a precise audio zone. When an individual enters the beam's radius, they hear immersive 3D audio, similar to wearing a surround sound headset. The combination of exceptional control over the placement of audio, and the immersive quality of the sound, makes HyperSound a disruptive innovation that has the potential to dramatically change commercial, consumer, and hearing-loss markets. Turtle Beach Corporation is creating new products based upon HyperSound technology and expanding distribution to new markets and new geographies. The company is also pursuing licensing opportunities with a wide range of manufacturers.
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Excel Coatings - Manufacturers and exporters of advanced nano based High SRI heat reflective paint, Cool Roof Paint, Heat insulation transparent glass coating, IR UV cut heat reflective transparent glass coating, Waterproofing coatings, Thin film insulation coating & water repellent coatings. We are the Highest exporters of Heat reflective cool roof paint from india to around 8+ countries. Field proven, time tested products with indian and international quality certifications.
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Okawara is an engineering and industrial process machinery manufacturer. Since 1927 we have been dedicating our efforts to drying and thermal processes, gaining an extensive experience in the design of equipment and processes for sectors such as food, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, chemical, environmental, among others. Main Line of Products Industrial dryers: conical mixer (vacuum) dryer, fluid bed dryer, belt conveyor dryer, rotary dryer, slurry dryer, filter vacuum dryer Liquid concentrator/ evaporator: centrifugal thin-film vacuum evaporator Mixer: vertical conical mixer Sterilizers: superheated steam powder sterilization system for powders, granules / seeds Granulation systems: Fluid bed granulator Filtration System: filter vacuum dryer Head Office, Factory & Technical Center 1235, Kando, Yoshida-cho, Haibara-gun, Shizuoka Pref. 421-0304, JAPAN 当社は、1927年(昭和2年)の創業以来90年の長きに渡り、世界でもトップレベルの乾燥装置の専門メーカーとして、食品・化学・製薬・環境など幅の広い分野に各種装置を数多くご提供してまいりました。 〒421-0304 静岡県榛原郡吉田町神戸1235
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RDcorp - is a Russian leading manufacturer, which has been presenting exclusively thin high - end products for nail art since 2006 year. Our Photo - Design Stickers with high resolution photos are only 25 microns thin film, which is 4 times thinner than a human average hair. Amazing variety of RDcorp products will help you to create small masterpieces on your nails within only several minutes. It is easy, fast and unique! Be creative, save your time and have fun! RDcorp Group [email protected]
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DryWired® is an award-winning Los Angeles based clean tech firm that distributes advanced surface nanotechnologies globally. DryWired’s mission is to harness nanotechnology as a catalyst for change. Our eco-friendly protective thin-film coatings make buildings more energy efficient, surfaces cleaner, lessen e-waste and reduce city air pollution. We are committed to solving global challenges through scientific partnerships with private laboratories and leading universities. www.drywired.com
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Angstrom Engineering designs and builds thin film PVD and CVD equipment for research and production applications. We offer flexibility in our product designs allowing you to choose the features you require for your thin film application. Some of the markets we serve include organic electronics, semiconductor, OLED, solar, medical coatings, optical coatings, spintronics, plasmonics and more.
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We print light. Printing means paper-thin light in any shape. Our light is made of ORGANIC LED. It is low power. Recyclable. Robust. Integrated into a paper thin film we can provide solutions for the following industries. Packaging and Labeling Solutions Delivered in a self powered version with integrated batteries for Packaging and Labels to increase visibility in marketing and warn in Pharma. Fashion and Safety Equipment Robust and washable we integrate it into fashion with standard processes like sewing or stitching. Electronics products 90% cheaper integration of light and electronics into products.
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