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Isaiah Oladeji
Isaiah O Oladeji, Scott Jessen, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Mask layer and interconnect structure for dual damascene semiconductor manufacturing. Beusse Brownlee Bowdoin & Wolter P A, April 3, 2003: US20030064582-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A novel mask layer is used in the dual damascene construction of an interconnect structure of an integrated circuit device. The interconnect structure has a low-k dielectric material. The mask layer has a passivation film deposited on the low-k dielectric material, a barrier film is deposited over t ...


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Isaiah Oladeji
Isaiah O Oladeji, Scott Jessen, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Mask layer and interconnect structure for dual damascene semiconductor manufacturing. Beusse Brownlee Wolter Mora & Maire P A, September 2, 2004: US20040171256-A1

A novel mask layer is used in the dual damascene construction of an interconnect structure of an integrated circuit device. The interconnect structure has a low-k dielectric material. The mask layer has a passivation film deposited on the low-k dielectric material, a barrier film is deposited over t ...


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Isaiah Oladeji
Robert Y S Huang, Scott Jessen, Subramanian Karthikeyan, Joshua Jia Li, Isaiah O Oladeji, Kurt Geroge Steiner, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Mask layer and dual damascene interconnect structure in a semiconductor device. James H Beusse Esquire, Beusse Brownlee Bowdoin & Wolter Pa, June 26, 2003: US20030119305-A1

A mask layer having four mask films used in the fabrication of an interconnect structure of a semiconductor device. The first mask film and the third mask film have substantially equal etch rates. The second mask film and the fourth have substantially equal etch rates film, and different from that o ...


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Isaiah Oladeji
Robert YS Huang, Scott Jessen, Subramanian Karthikeyan, Joshua Jia Li, Isaiah O Oladeji, Kurt Geroge Steiner, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Mask layer and dual damascene interconnect structure in a semiconductor device. Beusse Brownlee Wolter Mora & Maire P A, June 24, 2004: US20040121579-A1

A mask layer having four mask films used in the fabrication of an interconnect structure of a semiconductor device. The first mask film and the third mask film have substantially equal etch rates. The second mask film and the fourth have substantially equal etch rates film, and different from that o ...


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Susanne Arney, Timofei Nikita Kroupenkine, Alan Michael Lyons, Mary Louise Mandich, Michael J Schabel, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Dynamically controllable biological/chemical detectors having nanostructured surfaces. Lucent Technologies, May 23, 2006: US07048889 (33 worldwide citation)

A biological/chemical detector is disclosed that is capable of manipulating liquids, such as reagent droplets, without relying on microchannels. In a first embodiment, fluid flow is passed through the detector, thus causing particles wholly or partially containing an illustrative chemical compound o ...


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Marc Scott Hodes, Paul Robert Kolodner, Thomas Nikita Krupenkin, Wonsuck Lee, Alan Michael Lyons, Todd Richard Salamon, Joseph Ashley Taylor, Donald P Weiss: Techniques for microchannel cooling. Lucent Technologies, April 17, 2007: US07204298 (33 worldwide citation)

Techniques for heat transfer are provided. In one aspect of the invention, a heat-transfer device is provided. The heat-transfer device comprises one or more microchannels suitable for containing a heat-transfer fluid, one or more of the microchannels having protruding structures on at least one inn ...


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Timofei Nikita Kroupenkine, Mary Louise Mandich, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Nanostructured surfaces having variable permeability. Lucent Technologies, January 29, 2008: US07323033 (25 worldwide citation)

A nanostructured substrate is disclosed having a plurality of substrate openings disposed between the nanostructures on the substrate. When a desired fluid comes into contact with the substrate, at least a portion of the fluid is allowed to pass through at least one of the openings. In a first embod ...


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Thomas Nikita Krupenkin, Joseph Ashley Taylor: Multilevel structured surfaces. Alcatel Lucent USA, May 19, 2009: US07535692 (22 worldwide citation)

An apparatus comprising a substrate having a surface with electrically connected and electrically isolated fluid-support-structures thereon. Each of the fluid-support-structures have at least one dimension of about 1 millimeter or less. The electrically connected fluid-support-structures are taller ...


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Timofei Nikita Kroupenkine, Joseph Ashley Taylor, Donald Weiss: Electrowetting battery having a nanostructured electrode surface. Lucent Technologies, Donald P Dinella, June 5, 2007: US07227235 (19 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed wherein a battery comprises an electrode having at least one nanostructured surface. The nanostructured surface is disposed in a way such that an electrolyte fluid of the battery is prevented from contacting the electrode, thus preventing discharge of the battery ...


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Arman Gasparyan, Timofei Nikita Kroupenkine, Joseph Ashley Taylor, Donald Weiss: Liquid electrical microswitch. Lucent Technologies, Donald P Dinella, David W Herring, February 28, 2006: US07005593 (12 worldwide citation)

A liquid electrical switch is disclosed that uses a plurality of droplets of conducting liquid to form an electrical path. In a first embodiment, at least a first voltage differential is used to create a separation distance between two droplets. The droplets are illustratively contained within a hou ...



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