Archives

Here you’ll find the legacy issues of our publications -- including the 50+ year old Solid State Technology -- and out-of-print publications -- such as Clean Rooms.


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Solid State Technology

Solid State Technology was founded in 1959, and remains a publication for semiconductor manufacturing professionals today. If you’re looking for a current article, check out the Current Issue, or see these technologies covered in our Semiconductors, Packaging, MEMS, Displays, and LEDs manufacturing channels.


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Advanced Packaging

Advanced Packaging Magazine covered IC packaging processes: 3D integration wafer dicing, die placement, die attach, wire bonding, encapsulation/molding, lead forming, solder bumping, package inspection, package test, laser marking, singulation, and more. Current articles on advanced packaging can be found in our Packaging channel. The magazine, founded in 1992, joined with Solid State Technology in 2009.


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Small Times Magazine

Small Times Magazine focused on nanotechnology and applications thereof. Information on carbon nanotubes, nanowires, and other nano-materials used in the manufacture of electronics can be found on the Semiconductors channel. Micro/nano electro mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) are covered today on the MEMS channel. Small Times magazine was discontinued in 2011.


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Microlithography World

This legacy publication (1992-2008) focused on the lithography step of semiconductor manufacturing. It was brought under the Solid State Technology magazine, and current lithography articles can be found under Lithography on the Semiconductors channel.


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WaferNEWS

WaferNEWS was a printed publication that transitioned to the e-newsletter format late in the 2000s decade. WaferNEWS covers analyst outlooks and news on semiconductor manufacturing equipment and materials. You can still receive WaferNEWS in your email inbox (Subscribe Here).


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Clean Rooms

Clean Rooms went out of print in 2009, and covered contamination control technology for contamination control professionals in the semiconductor, biopharmaceutical, electronics, food processing and other industries requiring clean or ultraclean manufacturing environments and processes.


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