Appointment of Frank Su

April 01, 2016 Salzburg, Austria – Semiconductor equipment manufacturer Semsysco GmbH (www.semsysco.com) has announced the appointment of Frank Su to the position of Managing Director Asia.

SEMSYSCO at SEMICON – Taiwan microelectronics manufacturing fair

Semsysco recently participated successfully the Semicon fair in Taiwan. Enclosed you will find some impressions from our booth.

PRESS RELEASE, Moritzburg/Salzburg Jan 21, 2015

Enforced cooperation between Fraunhofer IZM-ASSID and Semsysco in the field of Wafer Processing. At the European 3D IC Summit Fraunhofer IZM-ASSID (All Silicon System Integration Dresden) and SEMSYSCO Salzburg are announcing to enforce their cooperation in the field of wafer processing for wet etch, ECD and wet cleaning. The overall goal is to improve the performance and to deal with specific customer requirements of future generations of device nodes.

Grünwald buys controlling stake in SEMSYSCO

SEMSYSCO Semiconductor Systems Corporation GmbH, the Salzburg, Austria, based manufacturer of wet process equipment for the semiconductor industry, announces that as of today Grünwald Equity Group, based in Grünwald, Germany, has acquired a controlling interest in the company from The Thompson Group Inc., Kalispell, Montana (USA).

SEMSYSCO & Atotech Collaboration

SEMSYSCO and Atotech have collaborated to develop and deliver a unique, integrated solution for optimum electroless plating in advanced packaging technologies. Atotech’s proven Xenolyte© product line will be paired with SEMSYSCO’s cutting edge electroless plating system, GALAXY, to deliver an unparalleled pad metallization process which promises high throughput and fine line capability.

About

Porous silicon is produced on silicon wafers using an anodizing process that creates films with controllable pore sizes ranging from angstroms to tens of microns in diameter. It has been used in applications as diverse as tyre pressure sensors to solar cell development to ophthalmic drug delivery systems. Due to silicon’s ability to be dissolved by the body, many researchers are working on biotechnology products that carry anti-cancer products directly to the tumor, or on micro dosing systems that are implantable. It is relatively simple to produce small amounts of porous silicon in the lab, however as the process uses HF acid and alcohol coupled with considerable electric current, scaling up the process to pilot line or HVM requires expertise not normally found outside of our industry.

We currently offer three variations of this tool:

:: A single wafer lab tool for round or square wafers with up to two chambers
:: A pilot line tool that has a four or six wafer tray
:: A HVM system with automation that can hold trays with up to 36 wafers/tray

Benefits

:: Flexible Recipe System
:: User pre-defined recipes stored using textual names
:: Configurable multiple steps of different current levels and duration
:: Repeat loops allow easy generation of repeated layer sequences (e.g: Bragg mirrors)
:: Semi-automatic Operation
:: Handling aids remove any need to touch the wafer or electrolyte when loading and unloading
:: Cell closes and fills with electrolyte automatically
:: Electrolyte is continuously recirculated at a programmable flow rate
:: The flexible recipe system automatically modulates the etching current
:: Cell drains and opens automatically
:: Optional DI bath for manual rinsing

Features

:: Process Specifications
:: 100% porous silicon coverage with zero edge exclusion
:: Optimum uniformity:
:: ± 5% layer thickness
:: ± 5% pore size variation
:: Current density to 400mA/cmÇ
:: Temperature control 10-30ºC ± 1ºC
:: Compatible with a range of electrolytes:
:: HF/IPA/Water (typically 1:1:1)
:: HF/Ethanol/Water (typically 1:1:1)