CLICK HERE: free registration for Semiconductor Today and Semiconductor Today ASIACLICK HERE: free registration for Semiconductor Today and Semiconductor Today ASIA

Join our LinkedIn group!

Follow ST on Twitter


31 October 2014

Latest issue of Semiconductor Today now available

For coverage of all the key business and technology developments in compound semiconductors and advanced silicon materials and devices over the last month, subscribe to Semiconductor Today magazine.

Published today and free of charge, Semiconductor Today’s latest issue covers all that is new in gallium arsenide (GaAs), indium phosphide (InP), nitrides, silicon carbide (SiC), silicon germanium (SiGe) and other compound semiconductor materials. The magazine also covers the devices and applications that these materials enable.

Click here or issue cover for direct access


Articles in this issue include:

  • Highly conductive tunnel junctions for 15,000-sun CPV cells
  • Photo-electro-chemical etch & vertical-cavity laser diodes
  • Graded electron blocking improves nitride VCSEL performance
  • Visible laser light lift-off for UV-A LEDs on free-standing GaN
  • Grading InGaN wells to boost LED light output & efficiency
  • High-electron-mobility light-emitting devices for optoelectronics
  • Adoption of flip-chip LEDs and chip-scale packaging
  • III-V compound semiconductors from van der Waals epitaxy
  • Scaling III-V integration to 300mm silicon and beyond
  • First high-frequency noise report of InAlN barrier HEMTs on Si
  • New slant on field plates for gallium nitride HEMTs
  • Envelope tracking market to exceed 4 billion units by 2018
  • PFC, PV inverter and now rail applications fueling SiC market

Plus, there's the news from organisations such as: 5N Plus, Advanced Photonix, Advantech Wireless, Aixtron, Alta Devices, Anadigics, Anvil Semiconductors, Ascatron, Ascent Solar, AXT, BinOptics, Bridgelux, Cambridge Nanotherm, Changelight, ClariPhy, Cree, Custom MMIC, CVD Equipment, Dow Corning, Element Six, Emcore, EPC, Epiluvac, Epistar, EV Group, Finisar, First Solar, Fujitsu, GaN Systems, GeneSiC, GigOptix, GSI Technology, GT Advanced Technologies, Infinera, IntelliEPI, IQE, JDSU, Keithley, Lattice Power, Lumileds, Luminus, MACOM, MEI, MELCO, Microsemi, Mitsubishi Electric, NeoPhotonics, Nanoco, Nanojoin, Norstel, Oclaro, ON Semiconductor, Osram, Oxford Instruments, Pasternack, Peregrine Semiconductor, Plessey, POET Technologies, Princeton Optronics, Raytheon, RFaxis, RFMD, Riber, Rubicon, Samsung, Sanix, SDK, SemiLEDs, Seoul Semiconductor, Skyworks, Soitec, Solar Frontier, Soraa, Stion, Taiyo Nippon Sanso, TI, TF Semiconductor, Toshiba, Toyoda Gosei, Transphorm, TriQuint, Veeco, WIN Semiconductors, XsunX and much more

See company profiles from Aixtron, EV Group, Goodfellow, k-Space, LayTec, Oxford Instruments, and Veeco.

If your company is a supplier of equipment, materials, or services for the manufacture of compound semiconductor wafers and devices, and you are involved in marketing those products, then please see Semiconductor Today's 2014 Media Kit.

At Semiconductor Today we believe that quality is everything, and we pride ourselves on our high standards. For this reason, unlike some publications serving the compound semiconductor industry, we do not:

  • Publish unedited material.
  • Publish material that is not relevant to the compound semiconductor industry.
  • Publish news without crediting the source.
  • Publish a brief introduction to a news item on our website and then offer nothing more than a link to an external site for the full news.
  • Publish material on our website that is months out of date.
  • Backdate news on our website.
  • Provide magazine content that is not professionally laid-out or placed in useful sections.
  • Target our audience with hundreds of unwanted email each year, or sell/rent our email lists to third parties.

What we do is offer high-quality, timely, and relevant editorial material, making Semiconductor Today the clear first choice for readers and advertisers alike.

Semiconductor Today is freely available to all. To learn more and to subscribe, visit: Subscribe for free.


See Latest IssueRSS Feed