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Latest news

  • 21 Jan 2014

    The "1st Thermal Probe Workshop" was a great success. 30 experts discussed all day about the science and the opportunities of thermal probes. The feedback was all positive, so we decided to plan already the "2nd Thermal Probe Workshop" for 2015. It will take place on the 15th and 16th of January in Zurich.

  • 3 Dec 2013

    150‘000 CHF! SwissLitho wins the Heuberger Winterthur Jungunternehmerpreis, the most valueable startup award in Switzerland. The award ceremony was exciting till the end, when SwissLitho was finally announced as winner. More than 130 companies applied for this competition.

  • 1 Oct 2013

    The contact area between a tip and a polymer surface can be determined from a spectral analysis of the surface roughness. Armin Knoll's recent publication in Langmuir shows how this novel technique works. It enables the NanoFrazor to do in-situ quantitative measurements of the size of the tip apex.

  • 16-19 Sep 2013

    Successful product launch at the MNE 2013 in London: For the first time, we showed the NanoFrazor explore to the public. People were impressed and liked it. And not just because we served Tequila sunrise during the poster session :-)

Upcoming events

  • 27–29 May 2014

    EIPBN in Washington DC. SwissLitho will be represented with a booth.

  • 21–22 May 2014

    Swiss NanoConvention in Brugg. SwissLitho will bring a NanoFrazor tool for live demonstrations.

  • 13–15 Mar 2014

    NILindustrialdays in Linz, Austria. On this Nanoimprint Lithography conference, we will discuss with the NIL experts about the opportunities of the NanoFrazor for the fabrication of 3D stamps. Join our booth and the presentation within the workshop "Large-area stamps".

  • 25–26 Feb 2014

    SPIE Advanced Lithography in San Jose. Visit our booth #333, right next to Raith. An invited talk about the NanoFrazor technology will be given by IBM scientist Armin Knoll on Tuesday at 10.40am.