AES Semigas


19 April 2024

Aixtron wins German Innovation Award

Deposition equipment maker Aixtron SE of Herzogenrath, near Aachen, Germany has won the German Innovation Award.

Organized by WirtschaftsWoche, Accenture, EnBW, and O2 Telefónica under the patronage of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, the prize was handed over to the winners in the three categories — large companies, medium-sized companies and start-ups — at a ceremony in Munich. Aixtron came first among the large companies.

Since 2010, the award has been given to companies whose innovations and technologies ensure that Germany's competitiveness and significantly contribute to solving major global challenges.

“With our latest G10 product family, we are setting new productivity and performance standards in the semiconductor industry so that energy-efficient devices and sensors can be used more broadly in our daily lives, contributing to CO2 emission reduction overall while enabling the digital society of tomorrow with even faster and broader data exchanges between individuals,” said Aixtron’s CEO & president Dr Felix Grawert, who received the award.

“This award is a testament to the excellent achievements Aixtron has realized in close collaboration with its customers — not only in terms of performance but in particular in terms of productivity and cost that opens up the widespread use of new applications,” says Aixtron’s VP Advanced Technologies professor Michael Heuken, who accepted the award together with Grawert. “The foundation for this is the excellent work of our colleagues in Aixtron worldwide — from simulation, the laboratory, and the engineering of new system components to sales and customer service.”

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