Pixelligent doping photoresist with quantum dots to extend photolithography's viability

Also during the Semicon West show we came across a novel use for quantum dots that may yet extend the life of photolithography in the semiconductor industry. The physical limits of photolithography are quickly being realized as circuit designs are scaled below the 90 nm design rule. Immersion lithog...

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