Grenoble and Vienna join forces on ALD

Categorie(s) : Life @ MINATEC, News, Research

Published : 4 December 2017

LMGP and Austria’s Vienna University of Technology could join forces to work on ALD. Vienna University of Technology Professor Dominik Eder will soon come to Grenoble to explore the issue. The two organizations are working on new materials made using ALD, or atomic layer deposition. However, in Vienna they use the conventional process, while LMGP in Grenoble has been using an advanced process, spatial ALD, which deposits atomic layers up to a hundred times faster, for a year now.
The research could focus on comparing the two processes on the same material, cross-assessing materials, and similar topics. The two organizations could create synergies on catalysis and hybrid materials, especially for renewable energy. The outlook for future cooperation certainly looks bright!

Contact: david.munoz-rojas@grenoble-inp.fr

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