Shin-Etsu Chemical proposes an innovative integrated chip process for manufacturing Micro LED displays: Press Release
Preferred Quality Supplier Award: Press Release
A Novel Design of Temporary Bond Debond Adhesive Technology for Wafer-Level Assembly
Integrating Ultra-Thin Si Dies Within A Flexible Label
For Solar and PV Applications, Shin-Etsu Chemical Introduces New Materials for Both Cell Processing and Installation Modules
For Semiconductor Wafer Bonding and Through-Silicon Via Applications, Shin-Etsu MicroSi Introduces New Dry Film Dielectric Photoresist
Adhesive wafer bonding using photosensitive polymer layers
For Semiconductor Advanced Packaging Bump Processing, Shin-Etsu Chemical Has Introduced Ultra Thick Photoresist – SIPR-7126
Shin-Etsu Introduces Novel Photoresists for Plating and Dielectric Films for Bump Processing and Thick Resist Applications
PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 5, 2006–Shin-Etsu announced the development and release of two new photoresist materials for dielectric films and thick plating bump applications.
A Novel Photosensitive Material for Redistribution and Stress Buffer Reduction on 300mm Wafers
SINR demonstrates the mechanical and electrical properties need for both a stress buffer application and redistribution application.
Characterization of 100 Micron Thick Positive Photoresist on 300 mm Wafers
This study developed a process for a single coat, positive tone, 100m photoresist for bump processing on 300 mm wafers.
Altera selects Shin-Etsu Chemical’s thermal Interface Material
Altera Corporation has selected Shin-Etsu’s thermally conductive interface gel material in the packaging of its high-end Stratix II FPGA family. Shin-Etsu’s material exhibits excellent thermal characteristics, and its low modulus helps absorb stress between the integrated heat spreader in the package and pressure sensitive-low-k dielectric material in the silicon.
Shin-Etsu MicroSi awarded AMD’s prestigious Pathfinder Award
Shin-Etsu MicroSi awarded AMD’s prestigious Pathfinder Award AMD awarded its Pathfinder Award for Best Supplier to Shin-Etsu MicroSi and three other companies. Shin-Etsu MicroSi received the award for exceptional technology support and commitment for developing Thermal Interface Materials for microprocessors.
CEM Temperature and Shelf life Requirements
Shin-Etsu MicroSi completed temperature and shelf-life testing on our CEM product line. This extensive evaluation allowed us to double some of the CEM shelf-life dates.
Characterization of an Ultra-Thick Positive Photoresist for Electroplating Applications
This study shows that Shin-Etsu SIPR 7120M photoresist has well balanced lithographic properties, allowing it to be coated and exposed at 100µm thick with a single coat process. SIPR7120M is a positive acting; acid catalyzed based material that can be easily processed.
Contrast Enhancement Materials for Thick Photoresist Applications
This study examines the feasibility of processing moderate and high contrast positive photoresists at 40µm thickness with a top of CEM. The use of CEM dramatically improves the lithographic performance for both Shin-Etsu 9740 and Clariant AZ P4620.
Characterization of a Novel Photoresist Redistribution Material for Advanced Packaging Applications
This study details the feasibility of processing SINR 3170M photoresist on an Ultratech Saturn Spectrum 3 stepper for a redistribution level. SINR 3170M is a negative acting, acid catalyzed, siloxane based material that can be easily processed.
Contrast Enhancement Materials for Yield Improvement in Submicron I-line Lithography
By implementing CEM 365iS with the existing resist process, we were able to improve the DOF by about 0.7µm with sufficient exposure latitude.