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Joseph M Jacobson, Colin A Bulthaup, Eric J Wilhelm, Brian N Hubert: Fabrication of finely featured devices by liquid embossing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Testa Hurwitz &Thibeault, February 11, 2003: US06517995 (318 worldwide citation)

Elastomeric stamps facilitate direct patterning of electrical, biological, chemical, and mechanical materials. A thin film of material is deposited on a substrate. The deposited material, either originally present as a liquid or subsequently liquefied, is patterned by embossing at low pressure using ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Brian N Hubert: Memory structures and methods of making same. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cesari and McKenna, June 6, 2000: US06072716 (245 worldwide citation)

Electrically erasable and rewritable memory structures with reversible states and good retention times may be constructed on flexible substrates using simple room-temperature deposition (e.g., printing) processes and curing temperatures below 110.degree. C. The memory structures are based on a polym ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Brian N Hubert, Brent Ridley, Babak Nivi, Sawyer Fuller: Nanoparticle-based electrical, chemical, and mechanical structures and methods of making same. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, September 25, 2001: US06294401 (150 worldwide citation)

Nanoparticles are utilized to create, through deposition and patterning, functional electronic, electromechanical, and mechanical systems. At sizes ranging from 1 to 999 nm, the ratio of surface atoms to interior atoms becomes non-negligible, and particle properties therefore lie between those of th ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Brian N Hubert, Brent Ridley: High-density mechanical memory and turing machine. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, July 1, 2003: US06587408 (44 worldwide citation)

Micron-scale, self-contained, ultra-high density and ultra-high speed storage devices include a read/write head and a surface, containing bit-storage domains, that acts as the storage medium. The read/write element of the memory device may consist of a single or multiple heads. The read/write head m ...


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Brian N Hubert, Xin Di Wu: Solid source MOCVD system. The Regents of the University of California, Bruce H Cottrell, October 13, 1998: US05820678 (26 worldwide citation)

A system for MOCVD fabrication of superconducting and non-superconducting oxide films provides a delivery system for the feeding of metalorganic precursors for multi-component chemical vapor deposition. The delivery system can include multiple cartridges containing tightly packed precursor materials ...


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Brian N Hubert: Large area dissolvable template lithography. Applied Materials, Patterson & Sheridan, September 9, 2014: US08828298 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and system for patterning a substrate are provided. A template is formed by applying a precursor material to a patterned master substrate and curing or solidifying the precursor material. The template is detached from the master substrate using a carrier having a curved surface. The templat ...


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Brian N Hubert: Large area dissolvable template lithography. Applied Materials, Patterson & Sheridan, February 26, 2013: US08382466 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for patterning a substrate are provided. A template is formed by applying a precursor material to a patterned master substrate and curing or solidifying the precursor material. The template is detached from the master substrate using a carrier having a curved surface. The temp ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Colin A Bulthaup, Eric J Wilhelm, Brian N Hubert: Fabrication of finely featured devices by liquid embossing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, January 22, 2004: US20040013982-A1

Elastomeric stamps facilitate direct patterning of electrical, biological, chemical, and mechanical materials. A thin film of material is deposited on a substrate. The deposited material, either originally present as a liquid or subsequently liquefied, is patterned by embossing at low pressure using ...


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Brian N Hubert: Large area dissolvable template lithography. Applied Materials, Patterson & Sheridan Appm Tx, September 16, 2010: US20100230039-A1

A method and apparatus for patterning a substrate are provided. A template is formed by applying a precursor material to a patterned master substrate and curing or solidifying the precursor material. The template is detached from the master substrate using a carrier having a curved surface. The temp ...