The Tyndall National Institute
Anvil’s 3C-SiC devices are developed and produced at the Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland. One of Europe’s leading research centres in microelectronics.
Anvil’s 3C-SiC/Si wafers are produced and polished at the Norstel AB in Norrköping, Sweden. Norstelhas many years of extensive SiC experience andis a state of the art manufacturer of conductive and semi-insulating silicon carbide wafers and SiC single-crystal epitaxial layers deposited by CVD epitaxy.
Device modelling and testing is carried out by Cambridge Microelectronics, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge with which they retain strong links.
University of South Florida
Anvil’s 3C-SiC/Si wafers are developed at the University of South Florida using heteroepitaxy. A world-renowned centre of excellence run by Prof. Stephen E Saddow.
www.imem.cnr.it Using their expertise in investigating and tailoring properties of new generation materials, IMEM researchers are assisting Anvil with further 3C-SiC development. IMEM is part of Italy National Research Council (CNR) and has a multidisciplinary approach to material science, complementing growth synthesis and characterization methods with theoretical modelling and device prototyping aiming at exploring and demonstrating functional properties, applications and technological perspectives..