We are excited to share that Tiptek has been selected for a success story feature in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s SBIR/STTR Phase III program!
DOE’s support has been instrumental in our journey, and we’re proud to showcase our innovative work, especially our novel method to create nanoprobes for Atomically Precise Manufacturing (APM).
Tiptek will exhibit at the 49th International Symposium for Testing and Failure Analysis November 12- 16, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona.
We will be featuring our cutting edge nanoprobe products that improve the output, accuracy, and speed of your failure analysis workflow to maximize productivity. Visit us at Booth 416 to learn more about our nanoprobe product lines!
Tiptek co-founder and CEO, Scott Lockledge, attended the 30th edition of the IEEE International Symposium on the Physical and Failure Analysis of Integrated Circuits (IPFA 2023) in Penang, Malaysia from July 24 – July 27th.
This award recognizes a U.S. small business that “stimulates U.S. technological innovation and enhances the nation’s return on its DOE SBIR/STTR investment, provides the DOE the benefits of commercial applications derived from DOE funded R&D, and stimulates U.S. economic growth as a result of DOE funded R&D.”
Tiptek will exhibit at the 48th International Symposium for Testing and Failure Analysis October 30th-November 3rd in Pasadena, California.
Tiptek co-founder and CEO, Scott Lockledge, attended the International Symposium For Testing And Failure Analysis (ISTFA) 2019 in Portland, Oregon from November 10-14, 2019. The event is organized by ASM International which is dedicated to serving the materials science and engineering profession and the Electronic Device Failure Analysis Society.
In May 2019 Tiptek received SBIR funding from the Energy Department’s Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) for Atomically precise manufacturing (APM). APM is an emerging manufacturing technology in which materials, structures, devices, and finished goods are fabricated such that every atom is positioned at an exactly-specified location relative to the other atoms. However, one factor limiting this technology is the short lifetime of the probe that manipulates individual atoms. The key goal of this program is to develop commercial probes with extended lifetimes for tip-based atomically-precise manufacturing. The current project will
In early 2018 Tiptek moved into its new research space in the Savoy Business Development Center (SBDC), which is the Village’s business and technology incubator. The company is pleased to move to a new location and continue its involvement with the small business and research communities in the area.
A chemical element is a material that cannot be broken down or changed into a simpler substance (without the help of an atom-smasher, that is). Elements are the building blocks of all matter — everything we feel, smell, and see — and combine to make all molecules.
The modern periodic table arranges all known chemical elements in order of their atomic number, which refers to the number of protons in that element. The number of protons in an atom affect how many electrons they attract which determines the chemical behavior of
In October 2015, Tiptek co-founder, Joseph Lyding, received the Foresight Institute Feynman Prize. Lyding is being honored for his work in creating the Hydrogen Resist Lithography technology, as well as for his contributions to the development of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. The Feynman Prize is a premier honor for his research and development in the field of nanotechnology. Lyding developed technology used in advanced computer chip production, which is now licensed by Samsung.