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Atomic Precision Systems Inc.

Atomic Precision develops low-cost, cleaner and high-quality thin film technology to bring a low cost LED light bulb for worldwide markets

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location San Jose, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded February 2004
  • Employees 3
  • Website atomic-precision.com

Company Summary

Atomic Precision develops high-speed, high efficiency thin film processing systems and clean and low-cost chemical processes required to fabricate low cost (~ $5/bulb) High-Brightness LEDs for worldwide lighting. Our patented technology cuts toxic gas and chemical consumption by almost 90% and simultaneously improves yield and overall device quality. Our customers are worldwide manufacturers of LEDs, lasers, and advance communications devices.

Team

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    Prasad N. Gadgil
    Dr.

    Dr. Gadgil founded Atomic Precision to develop his patented high-speed Atomic Layer Deposition system. Before, he worked at various semiconductor companies in silicon valley for 10 years in various R&D and project management positions. Prior to this, he earned his MSc from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India and PhD from Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He hold six US patents with four additional ones pending.

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    Pete J. Dusza
    Mr.

    Peter earned his BS in Physics from Illinois Institute of Technology. He later worked for Argonne National Labs for four years. In 1980s he moved to San Jose, CA and set up Vacuum Process Engineering in Santa Clara, CA. Pete has almost 30+ years of vacuum hardware and equipment and sales experience. Pete hold 1 US patent.

Advisors

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    Montogomery and Hansen, Menlo Park, CA
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed
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    Ravi Tax and Accounting, Sunnyvale, CA
    Accountant
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    SBIR Phase -I Grant (Nnational Science Foundation) - $100,000
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    SBIR Phase -II Grant (Nnational Science Foundation) - $500,000
    Unconfirmed