Multiple Oxford Instruments systems facilitate a “New Era of Science” at CUNY, USA
07 January 2015

Leader in plasma etch and deposition processing systems Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, recently won an order from The City University of New York (CUNY) for its PlasmaPro® etch and deposition systems. The PlasmaPro 100 ICP and PECVD systems, and PlasmaPro 80 RIE tool will offer an extensive range of process capability for this new facility which is being developed for the colleges of The City University of New York.

“The CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) will bring the University to a landmark moment in its decade-long, multi-billion-dollar commitment to becoming a national leader in visionary scientific research of vital, real-world consequence,” says Vice Chancellor for Research Gillian Small. “The ASRC and its core facilities, including the nanofabrication facility, expand on the research capabilities of CUNY and New York City. The Oxford Instruments systems offer the high technology, leading edge solutions that fit with our high specifications”

David Haynes, Sales and Marketing Director at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology comments, “Receiving a multiple system order from the USA’s leading urban public university is great news for us, as we are committed to providing leading edge flexible solutions with the very latest technology available to us. Our PlasmaPro etch and deposition tools will be housed in the cleanroom that researchers throughout CUNY will use for nanofabrication. The systems will allow a very wide range of research to be undertaken.”

CUNY’s new Advanced Science Research Center houses 200,000 square feet of world-class facilities for increasingly inter-related disciplines of applied science, and the ASRC will focus CUNY initiatives in five of the most energised areas of global research: Nanoscience, Photonics, Structural Biology, Neuroscience, and Environmental Sciences.

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Multiple Oxford Instruments systems facilitate a “New Era of Science” at CUNY, USA