Centre for Integrative Semiconductor Materials
SWANSEA UNIVERSITY - BAY CAMPUS
The Centre for Integrative Semiconductor Materials (CISM) is a new initiative, including a £29.9 M research and innovation facility, to bring together semiconductor and advanced materials platforms to research and develop new technologies and products at Swansea University's Bay Campus.
The facility will offer R&D, prototyping and process development capabilities. It will also offer opportunities for incubation and industry partners to have development space and support and provide access to training and development.
FACILITY WILL POSSESS
Manufacturing grade, ISO-qualified clean rooms for process development.
Backend materials integration and packaging capability.
Advanced next generation and "next-nest generation" (NNG) research laboratories.
II/VI, chalcogenide and wide gap oxide MOCVD epitaxial growth facility
Customer Bays for SME incubation.
Access to advanced characterisation and analysis [microscopy, surface analysis, chemical, optical, electrical] as well as access to state-of-the-art materials and device-level theory and simulation.
Prof. Paul Meredith
General & Technical
Dr. Matt Elwin
Design & Operations
Prof. Owen Guy