MIT.nano has announced that Raith, a company that supports researchers and process engineers in universities and industries worldwide in the fields of nanoscale science, engineering, and device production, has joined the MIT.nano Consortium as the 12th founding member.
A precision technology manufacturer for nanofabrication, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam fabrication, and nanoengineering, Raith is a superb fit for the research and researchers supported by MIT.nano, says Vladimir Bulović, the founding faculty director of MIT.nano and the Fariborz Maseeh (1990) Professor of Emerging Technology.
“We are excited to welcome our colleagues from Raith to the MIT.nano Consortium. Their expertise in nanofabrication instrumentation and their global perspective on academic and industrial applications will be invaluable to the MIT research community and the other members of the consortium,” says Bulović.
“Our team at Raith joins the MIT.nano Consortium with great optimism that we will continue to make significant advancements in nanofabrication to benefit the entire global nanoscale community,” says Jason Sanabia, president and CEO of Raith America.
In MIT.nano’s quarterly industry consortium meetings, Raith will provide advice alongside 11 other companies to help guide and advance nanoscale innovations at MIT. The other founding members are:
- Agilent Technologies
- Analog Devices
- Lam Research
- Waters Corporation
MIT.nano will welcome new companies as sustaining members, says Bulović. “We will continue to build our relationship with industry to strengthen our capacity to solve for the problems of tomorrow.”