Key findings: ALD/Database continued to grow in 2020 by 323 new entries reaching 4527 entries in total. In 2020, we saw the introduction of: 123 new ALD processes, 20 new precursors, 17 new materials. Trending: most new ALD process go
Visualizing the contributions of key authors to the field of ALD – Exploring newly implemented functionality of the ALD/Database
It is more than 2 years ago that Elsa Alvaro (Northwestern University Libraries) and Angel Yanguas-Gil (Argonne National Laboratory) published their research article “Characterizing the field of Atomic Layer Deposition: Authors, topics, and collaborations” in PLOS ONE. This article provided
The ALD/Database: looking back on the first year
Introduction In March 2019 the ALD/Database was introduced to the ALD community on www.atomiclimits.com. The ALD/Database is an initiative by Harm Knoops, Bart Macco, Vincent Vandalon and Erwin Kessels and offers a centralized platform for the ALD community to provide
Where do our students and postdocs go? Mainly to ASML?
– About the alumni of the Plasma & Materials Processing research group
When evaluating what comes out of a university research group, often the research carried out by the group is given most attention. However, obviously, the most important product of a research group is not the research itself but it’s the