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ASU is Phoenix’s “secret weapon” for advancing local microelectronics industry (Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego)
See ASU microelectronics workforce development featured in the Financial Times
Tailor-made partnerships to meet business needs
ASU is a partner of choice for microelectronics industry leaders, startup companies and government agencies. ASU also works closely with economic development organizations and local and state governments to spur the growth of Arizona’s microelectronics industry. Additionally, members of the Microelectronics Industry Council inform ASU on opportunities to address the trends, challenges and opportunities facing the growth of Arizona’s high-tech sector and collaboratively shape a resilient business environment.
Partnering with ASU provides access to:
● ASU faculty experts and researchers
● ASU infrastructure, facilities and equipment
● The largest, most diverse technical talent pool in the nation
● Opportunities for joint research projects and next-stage technological development
● Partnerships and acquisition opportunities for established companies
ASU offers a wide range of partnership options and services capable of meeting enterprise needs at any scale. To connect with us and explore possibilities for customized partnership, contact our Navigator Service at [email protected] or 480-884-0125.
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Unlock your capacity for innovation with ASU Core Research Facilities
ASU’s Core Research Facilities offer solutions to partners across the microelectronics supply chain, from startups to global enterprises. Designed for accessibility and flexibility, ASU’s R&D infrastructure provides tools, services, training and support from ASU experts to unlock opportunities and solve technical challenges.
ASU MacroTechnology Works, a national hub for microelectronics innovation, provides access to cutting-edge equipment, expertise, industry scale processing capabilities and characterization tools on a fee-for-service basis. MTW offers customizable space for industry partners to operate their own tools, allowing standard process flows to incorporate new materials and process innovations and giving startups a chance to demonstrate innovations at industry scale.