BluGlass Ltd of Silverwater, Australia has presented its latest remote-plasma chemical vapor deposition (RPCVD) technical data at the Workshop on Ultra-Precision Processing for Wide Band-Gap Semiconductors (WUPP-2017) in Monterey, CA, USA (6-7 November).
BluGlass is commercializing its proprietary low-temperature remote-plasma chemical vapor deposition (RPCVD) process for manufacturing indium gallium nitride (InGaN)-based LEDs, power electronics and solar cells, offering advantages including higher performance and lower cost, it is claimed.
Chief operations & technology officer Dr Ian Mann presented a talk ‘RPCVD of III Nitrides: Growth and Applications’, where he introduced new performance data on RPCVD p-GaN for green LEDs and power electronics applications and also discussed preliminary RPCVD InGaN results for red-green-blue (RGB) LEDs and solar applications.
“Our latest results and technical progress have stemmed from the hard work of the BluGlass technical team and the recently upgraded BLG-300,” says Mann. “We will continue to further develop and market RPCVD in these key areas to attract new customers and strategic partners whilst deepening our existing industry collaborations,” he adds.
Also, BluGlass has filed a new provisional patent application and will continue to strategically file patent applications as key advances are demonstrated.
“Following recent advancements of the RPCVD technology and our new patent application filings, BluGlass is now in a position to actively build and enhance our industry presence and present the competitive RPCVD capabilities as we continue to advance our commercialization and marketing plans,” says managing director Giles Bourne.