Congratulations to Prof. Dave McIlroy’s group, at the Physics Department of Oklahoma State University, for their recent publication in ACS Sensors Vol. 3 (2018) pg. 2367. The paper, authored by Lyndon Bastatas, provides some of the first results from the Okyay Tech ALD system recently acquired by that group. The ALD system includes a 4″ diameter Meaglow hollow cathode plasma source that was used to pretreat silica nanowire mat samples prior to the thermal deposition of ZnO in the Okyay Tech system. The ALD steps were part of a process to make a collection of 1D structures for ammonium nitrate sensors.
The picture shows Aaron Austin, one of the Oklahoma team next to the Okyay Tech ALD system with Mealgow plasma source shown at the top. Apparently more papers are on the way, with another 2019 publication already available. Meaglow is pleased to be an enabler of this next generation of research, check our products at www.meaglow.com.
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO.—August 30, 2012—Meaglow Ltd. (Privately Held) announces its low temperature Migration Enhanced Afterglow film growth technique has been used to produce a thick Indium Gallium Nitride (InGaN) layer with strong yellow emission. This recent result bodes well to increase the efficiency and lower production costs of green LEDs and laser diodes. The company is currently seeking collaboration opportunities to enhance the material properties required by industry for lighting, display, medical, and military applications among other uses.
Meaglow featured in PV Insider Concentrated Photovoltaic Brief identifying the need for new materials and processes to cut solar production costs, in some cases by as much as 85%. The article provides direct application of new industry material Indium Nitride to the photo-voltaic industry and gives a glimpse of Meaglow’s bright future going forward. Read the full article from PV Insider.