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13 December 2013

IES orders Riber MBE412 III-V system

Riber S.A. of Bezons, France, which manufactures molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) systems as well as evaporation sources and effusion cells, says that the IES electronics institute in Montpellier, France has purchased a Riber MBE412 III-V system, and upgraded an existing Riber Compact21 system.

IES is a joint research unit involving Université Montpellier 2 and the Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS), which is part of the French national center for scientific research (CNRS).

The Riber systems will be used by the nanoMIR research group (within the IES), which is focused on developing III-V semiconductor components within the GaSb antimonides sector.

“The Riber MBE412 system sold to the IES offers very high modularity and a unique technique for processing large-format substrates for the controlled development of III-V semiconductor-based nanostructures. The refurbishment of the IES' Compact21 reactor will transform it into a totally new, modular cluster system, with an identical configuration to that of the MBE412 system,” said Professor Eric Tourni√©, who leads the nanoMIR research group. “This equipment will make it possible to further strengthen the work carried out on innovative optoelectronic components, laser diodes and photodetectors, operating in infrared, as well as the work on their integration with silicon, the core technology for electronics.”

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