EV Group (EVG)

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EV Group (EVG) targets the global semiconductor, MEMS and nanotechnology markets with its industry-leading wafer-bonding, lithography/nanoimprint lithography (NIL), metrology, photoresist coating, cleaning and inspection equipment. www.EVGroup.com


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Photonics business roundup: March 2022

Here, we recap all the photonics business news that was announced in March 2022.
FIGURE 1. The next generation of AR devices will display a FOV large enough to layer useful information over a significant expanse of natural human vision, while remaining lightweight and allowing the user to focus comfortably on both the information and the view.

Waveguides propel augmented reality to consumers

High-index glass wafers are the basis of flexible waveguide designs that bring a new generation of full-immersion augmented reality eyewear closer to fruition.

Schott, Inkron, EVG, and WaveOptics team up to fabricate next-gen waveguides for AR and MR devices

Introduced at SPIE's Photonics West 2020, the arrays of waveguide optics on high-index glass have wide field of view, aim for mass-production quantities.
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300 mm and 200 mm NIL wafers from EV Group

EVG & SCHOTT partner on 300 mm NIL wafers for AR/MR components

The work will take place at EVG’s NILPhotonics Competence Center, an open innovation incubator for nanoimprint lithography (NIL).
(Courtesy WaveOptics)
AR wearables such as smart glasses enable users to see digital images overlaid on top of the real world. WaveOptics' waveguide technology transfers light waves from the light source and projects them into the user's eye.

WaveOptics and EV Group collaborate on mass production of AR wearables

Goal is to produce low-cost, high-performance, waveguides for the consumer AR market.
(Image credit: SwissLitho)
Topography image of a nanoimprint stamp of a 3D computer-generated hologram fabricated with the NanoFrazor from SwissLitho. Stamps such as these can be used to replicate 3D structures in high volume using the HERCULES NIL nanoimprint lithography system from EV Group.

EV Group and SwissLitho develop 3D nanoimprint lithography system with 1 nm accuracy

The joint solution enables the production of 3D semiconductor wafer structures down to the single-nanometer scale.
(Image credit: Fraunhofer ISE/A. Wekkeli)
A wafer-bonded III-V and silicon multi-junction solar cell with 30.2% efficiency beats theoretical limits.
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Multi-junction solar cell exceeds theoretical limits at 30.2% efficiency

Fraunhofer ISE and EVG researchers developed a III-V/Si multi-junction solar cell that exceeds theoretical limits.
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EV Group's automated UV nanoimprint litho system for photonics, LEDs and BioMEMS

The EVG 720 automated UV nanoimprint lithography system provides full-field lithography with an integrated soft stamp/template fabrication capability.

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