Oxford On Your Screen is an exclusive seminar event for you at Texas Instruments to learn about the latest process developments for GaN Power devices.
You'll get the latest insights on low damage plasma etch and ALD solutions for GaN power device manufacturing.
This will be a truly interactive experience allowing you to stop the presentations and ask questions whenever you like. The session is confidential with all discussions kept within your company.
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Low-footing process for maximum device performance.
Dry etching of ridge features and for device isolation in InP-based materials.
Stephanie obtained her degree from the University of Orleans, France, in Optics, Lasers & Plasma. Now, in her Senior Technical Marketings role, she closely follows and works with optoelectronics device manufacturers to translate next-generation device characteristics and requirements into plasma processing solutions and products. Stephanie has been intimately involved in understanding and developing our best-in-class VCSEL processing solutions.
Dr Mark Dineen has over 20 Years of plasma processing experience. His more recent work includes applying this knowledge to a wide range of devices from semiconductor lasers to GaN based RF devices.
Dr Dineen is now an Experienced Technical Marketing Manager with a demonstrated history of communicating complex technical ideas and scientific concepts to a varied audience. These technologies include ALD, ALE, CVD, ICP, PECVD and RIE plasma processing and cover how these can deliver device solutions to our customers.