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Wisconsin Plasma Processing and Technology Research Consortium

Noah L. Hershkowitz (Director)
Room 101
1410 Engineering Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1608

Tel: 608/263-4970 or 608/262-1181
Fax: 608/262-3632
E-mail: hershkowitz@engr.wisc.edu

This consortium allows industrial partners to interact with the Center for Plasma-Aided Manufacturing. Plasma-aided manufacturing, the use of partially ionized gases in the manufacturing process, is used to produce new materials with unusual and superior properties, develop new chemical compounds and processes, or alter surfaces. Applications range from microchip fabrication to tool hardening.

Sponsors: Cryovac, Cymer, Ford Motor Co., Fort James Paper Corp., Hutchinson Tech., Inc., Hypertherm, Inc., Kearfott, Mattson Tech., Mini-tube of America, Motorola, Naval Research Lab, Plasma Therm Inc., PSK Inc., Seagate, SEMATECH, Tegal Corp., Texas Instruments, TSP Inc.

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