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specialty thin films

We are solving a huge problem in the electronics industry with a technology that will enable the next-generation of advanced products.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Semiconductors
  • Location Wichita, KS, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2013
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

Manufacturing company with proprietary plasma beam reactor technology enabling unique thin film solutions for semiconductors and LED's. Products include aluminum nitride (AlN) coated crucibles that prevent contamination during E-beam deposition of compound semiconductors; and next generation heat sinks for advanced electronics utilizing AlN, the ultimate material for heat dissipation enabling faster speeds, higher power and longer life.


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    Matthew Neville
    Chairman / CTO

    Founder and former Chairmen and CEO of Cabot Microelectronic Corp. In 1993 developed and patented key technology for planarizing metal layers (CMP) in leading edge semiconductors chips. From 1993 to 2003 grew business from $1 M to over $250 M in revenue with 80% market share and 60% gross margins. In 2000 lead one of the most successful IPO achieving a market cap of $2 B in 2001. Received Ph,D in Chemical Engineering from MIT in 1982. Joined C

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    Don M Klas

    Outstanding record building businesses in the advanced materials sector. International experience in sales/marketing, operations, and start up leadership. CEO of Morgan Advanced Materials’ Engineered Materials Division, a $650 million global business, from 2008 through 2012. Was President, Americas '03 - '07. Experience includes multiple plant startups and new business launches. Graduate of North Carolina State University in Civil Engineering.

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    Tom Odle

    Outstanding record of building businesses in the advanced materials sector. CEO of Cabot's Supermetals Division from 1994 to 2005 where he propelled the Division to Cabot's top performer. Was Americas President for Morgan Advanced Materials' Engineered Materials Division '08-'12. Graduate of University of Cincinnati in Electrical Engineering.