Riber is the world's leading provider of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) equipment, the most versatile and precise tool to deposit precise amounts of material onto substrates and which are used to design and create the newest semiconductor structures for manufacturing many novel devices. It is also a leading supplier of high-quality material evaporation sources. These can be used to make incredibly inexpensive thin-film solar cells, create the displays of tomorrow’s organic LED TVs, and help to produce ultra-small silicon transistors that will lead to faster, more powerful PCs.
|Preliminary characterization of Highly Uniform GaN layers grown by PAMBE in Compact 21 with a Nitrogen RF plasma source|
|State of the art quality of GaN and AlGaN quantum well grown on GaN template|
|Growth of GaN Qantum Dots Embedded in Very Thin Nitride Epilayers|
|Outstanding uniformities for GaN quantum wells|
|State of the art highly doped GaN layers grown by ammonia MBE|
|Riber New Creative MBE Software for Demanding Users|
Dr.Jean Massies of CRHEA (France), winner of the 2007 CNRS Silver Medal, has received the 2016 Al Cho MBE Award for his significant contribution in advancing the science & technology of Molecular Beam Epitaxy and for his work on GaAs & GaN device applications. Dr. Massies was presented with his Award at the International Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy held this September in Montpellier.