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EHT at IPMHVC 2022

EHT is excited to be showcasing our pulse generators for medical applications, like cell therapy, cardiac ablation, and pulsed field ablation,at the 4th World Congress on Electroporation and Pulsed Electric Fields, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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“Improving Ion Control for Semiconductor Processing with Repetitive Pulsed Power” Selected for Funding

DOE selected EHT’s proposal “Improving Ion Control for Semiconductor Processing with Repetitive Pulsed Power” for a Phase II award under the Office of Fusion Science’s Low-Temperature Plasma SBIR program. Abstract: The ability to use plasma etching to produce high aspect ratio (HAR) features is becoming increasingly important as the market demands solid-state non-volatile memory storage. In…

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EHT at IPMHVC 2022

EHT is excited to be showcasing our pulse generators for a wide range of applications at the IEEE International Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference (IPMHVC), which will be held jointly with the IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference, in Knoxville, WA. Additionally, we will be presenting two posters: A Bipolar Microsecond Pulser for Electroporation and Cancer…

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EHT at ICOPS 2022

EHT is excited to be showcasing our pulse generators for plasma applications including low-temperature plasmas and fusion energy at the International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) in Seattle, WA. Additionally, Dr Prager will be presenting a poster, “Improving Ion Control for Semiconductor Processing with Repetitive Pulsed Power – Phase I” (PO 5.03) on Tuesday afternoon.

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EHT at AACR Annual Meeting

EHT is excited to be showcasing our pulse generators for electroporation, CAR T-cell therapies, cancer treatments, and plasma generation at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA.

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EHT at Experimental Biology

EHT is excited to be showcasing our pulse generators for electroporation, CAR T-cell therapies, and electrosurgery at Experimental Biology 2022 in Philadelphia, PA.

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EHT selected for DOE SBIR to support Accelerators

The Department of Energy awarded EHT a Phase I SBIR to begin to develop a new beam kicker power system. A new short-pulse stripline kicker is required for the new 150 MeV energy recovery LINAC being developed for the Electron Ion Collider (EIC), under construction at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL). The kicker power system must…

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In Memory of Dr. Robert Winglee

Everyone at EHT is deeply saddened at the news of Robert’s passing. It is absolutely true that without Robert EHT would probably not have existed. Four of the five founding members studied, worked, and collaborated with Robert. I was one of Robert’s first graduate students and was his first experimental graduate student, where he trusted…

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High Voltage Trigger System with Fast Rise Time

Dr. James Prager recently presented the initial results from a trigger system development program at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics. This solid-state trigger produced a 20 kV pulse into 50 Ω with sub 3 ns rise time while being designed to reduce size and cost. The poster can be…

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Supporting Fusion Energy

EHT is proud to support the development of fusion energy by donating our our solid-state full bridge modules to the University of Washington. These modules drive their helicity injectors on HIT to advance the state-of-the-art in fusion science. EHT and HIT have collaborated for many years. More information.

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