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The facility will be part of the Fraunhofer’s Center Nanoelectronic Technologies at the heart of what’s known as “Silicon Saxony.” The R&D center will be one of the largest of its kind in Europe and will be equipped with cutting-edge technology, including a scanning electron microscope.
“Our joint metrology hub will accelerate the learning cycles and the development of new applications for the Fraunhofer Institute, Applied Materials and our customers and partners in Europe,” said Applied Materials Europe Corporate Vice President James Robson in a statement. “This unique center of expertise will be able to test and evaluate various substrate materials and wafer thicknesses crucial for applications in the broad-ranging European semiconductor landscape.”