Sunday, 15 November 2015

New blog on ALD: "Beneq Blog: A billion seconds"

A new ALD blog has just been initiated: "Beneq Blog: A billion seconds." Link: http://www.beneq.com/blog.

The first post, entitled "Stories from the home of ALD," tells of what the post will be about. Link to the post: http://www.beneq.com/blog/201511/billion-seconds.html. Quoting from under the subsection "Towards a thinner world":
"The plan is to publish in the blog news about our latest products of course, but also to write background stories about the people and technology behind our services. We also want to share our vision about where we believe the business is heading, and report where our displays are used and what our customers do with the soon two hundred Beneq ALD machines around the world."
I warmly welcome the new blog and wish it success! When there are history-related posts, I intend to link to them in this ALD History Blog.

This first post has a very nice photo from Espoo, Finland, of the Lohja factory to produce electroluminescent displays (photo from 1984?). This factory is also mentioned in my (Riikka Puurunen's) recent essay about the history of ALD, "A Short History of Atomic Layer Deposition: Tuomo Suntola's Atomic Layer Epitaxy", published in the Chemical Vapor Deposition journal, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cvde.201402012/full.


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Virtual Project on the History of ALD (VPHA) - in atmosphere of Openness, Respect, and Trust

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