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Gary Bultman Joins Eagle Harbor Technologies to Advise on Integrating Pulsed Power into Semiconductor Manufacturing

Eagle Harbor Technologies, Inc. (EHT), a leading developer of advanced solid-state pulsed power systems, is pleased to announce Gary Bultman has joined EHT as a strategic advisor. With his extensive experience in the semiconductor industry, Mr. Bultman will provide his expertise on product roadmaps to integrate pulsed power systems into this industry. “We are thrilled…

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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 AVS 69th International Symposium & Exhibition

EHT will be exhibiting and presenting research at the American Vacuum Society 69th International Symposium & Exhibition. Visit us at our booth (616) on Tuesday-Thursday. Come see our CEO, Dr. Tim Ziemba, present a poster “Ion Energy Control in a Capacitively Coupled Plasma with a High Voltage Custom Waveform Bias” on Tuesday (Nov 7) from…

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EHT at APS DPP

Dr. James Prager will be presenting a poster at the 65th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics. The poster, titled “Demonstration of Ion Energy Distribution Control in a Capacitively Coupled Plasma” will be presented on Tuesday morning (October 31, 2023). Check out the abstract for more details.

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EHT at Pulsed Power Conference

EHT is proud to exhibit our high voltage solid-state pulse generators at the 24th IEEE Pulsed Power Conference. Additionally, EHT research will be presented during the talks and poster sessions: Minimizing Solid-State Switch Transition Times for Compact Spiral Generators (Monday Poster) The Road to Short Pulses at 50 kV: Inductive Adder for High-Energy Beam Kickers…

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Supporting 50 Years of ICOPS

EHT is proud to support the fiftieth anniversary of the International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS). We are showcasing our pulse generators for plasma applications including low-temperature plasmas and fusion energy at ICOPS in Santa Fe, NM. Additionally, Dr Prager will be presenting a poster, “Ion Energy Measurements in a Capacitively Coupled Plasma with a…

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EHT At Hannover Messe

EHT and Sky Blue Microsystems (our European distributor) will be exhibiting our power systems at the Hannover Messe Expo, in Hannover, Germany from April 17-21. We will be showcasing power systems for clean energy technologies, next-generation electroporation-based medical devices, plasma research, and other industrial applications. Come visit us at Hall 16, Stand G18 along with…

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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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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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