Aeluma, Inc. Achieves Device Fabrication Process Technology Milestone
Article source : ACCESSWIRE , Tuesday, October 11, 2022 7:00 AM
GOLETA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 11, 2022 / Aeluma, Inc. (OTCQB:ALMU), (“the Company”) a semiconductor company specializing in scalable, cost-effective sensor technologies for advanced LiDAR solutions, announced today that it has developed a device fabrication process for its sensors, and leveraged its semiconductor materials to generate applicable baseline sensor devices.
Commenting on the announcement, Aeluma CEO and founder, Jonathan Klamkin, PhD, stated, “The Aeluma team has made significant progress in establishing a device fabrication process and rapid prototyping capability. With initial baseline devices demonstrated, we can now focus on optimization of the materials, device designs, and device fabrication processes to enhance performance. These next steps will provide a path to meeting potential customer specifications and delivering sensor prototypes.”
With its proprietary technology that combines high performance compound semiconductor nanomaterials with mass market silicon manufacturing, Aeluma is developing optoelectronic devices for sensors and communications applications. A primary Company focus is infrared sensors for the automotive, industrial, and transportation sectors.
About Aeluma, Inc.
Aeluma (www.aeluma.com) develops novel optoelectronic devices for sensing and communications applications. Aeluma has pioneered a technique to manufacture devices using high performance compound semiconductor materials on large diameter silicon wafers that are commonly used for mass market microelectronics. The technology has the potential to enhance performance and provide a path to cost-effective, large-scale manufacturing, both of which are critical for future LiDAR and other sensor applications. Aeluma is developing a streamlined business model from its headquarters in Goleta, CA that has a state-of-the-art manufacturing cleanroom.
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