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Ulrich Klostermann
Stephen L Brown, Arunava Gupta, Ulrich Klostermann, Stuart Stephen Papworth Parkin, Wolfgang Raberg, Mahesh Samant: Magnetic tunnel junctions for MRAM devices. Infineon Technologies, International Business Machines Corporation, Slater & Matsil L, December 12, 2006: US07149105 (19 worldwide citation)

Methods of manufacturing MTJ memory cells and structures thereof. A diffusion barrier is disposed between an anti-ferromagnetic layer and a pinned layer of an MTJ memory cell to improve thermal stability of the MTJ memory cell. The diffusion barrier may comprise an amorphous material or a NiFe alloy ...


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Michael C Gaidis, David W Abraham, Stephen L Brown, Arunava Gupta, Chanro Park, Wolfgang Raberg: Method of patterning a magnetic tunnel junction stack for a magneto-resistive random access memory. International Business Machines Corporation, Infineon Technologies, Daryl K Neff, Margaret A Pepper, May 1, 2007: US07211446 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of patterning a magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) stack is provided. According to such method, an MTJ stack is formed having a free layer, a pinned layer and a tunnel barrier layer disposed between the free layer and the pinned layer. A first area of the MTJ stack is masked while the free laye ...


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Frederick W Blanchard, Stephen L Brown, Dwayne Hofstatter, D Chris Linville, Jeffrey K Pohl, James R Vetter Jr: Continuous passive motion device having a progressive range of motion. Chattanooga Group, Chambliss Bahner & Stophel P C, April 17, 2001: US06217532 (14 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic device may be used in providing physical therapy for a patient's knee by moving the patient's leg through a plurality of cycles of motion in each of a number of treatment sessions. The device includes a progressive range of motion feature that permits an automatic decrease in ...


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Michael C Gaidis, Joachim Nuetzel, Walter Glashauser, Eugene O&apos Sullivan, Gregory Costrini, Stephen L Brown, Frank Findeis, Chanro Park: Recessed metal lines for protective enclosure in integrated circuits. Infineon Technologies, International Business Machines Corporation, Slater & Matsil L, November 2, 2004: US06812141 (14 worldwide citation)

Encapsulating areas of metallization in a liner material, such as Tantalum, Tantalum Nitride, Silicon Carbide allows aggressive or harsh processing steps to be used. These aggresive processing steps offer the possibility of fabricating new device architectures. In addition, by encapsulating the area ...


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Frederick W Blanchard, Stephen L Brown, Dwayne Hofstatter, D Chris Linville, Jeffrey K Pohl, James R Vetter Jr: Continuous passive motion device having a rehabilitation enhancing mode of operation. Chattanooga Group, Chambliss Bahner & Stophel P C, April 24, 2001: US06221032 (13 worldwide citation)

A continuous passive motion device which may be used in providing physical therapy for a patient's knee by moving the patient's leg through a plurality of cycles of motion in a treatment session includes an “Oscillation Zone” range of motion feature that permits the machine to be operated ...


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Stephen L Brown: Adjustable ventilator. Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, July 4, 1995: US05429116 (12 worldwide citation)

Removable filters tailored to pollution by different cookers under a hood, have locating punched out notches on locator pins located on a removable drain trough according to a pattern whereby, after the filters are removed for cleaning, they must be re-installed in their original locations. A field- ...


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Frederick W Blanchard, Stephen L Brown, Dwayne Hofstatter, D Chris Linville, Jeffrey K Pohl, James R Vetter Jr: Continuous passive motion device having a comfort zone feature. Chattanooga Group, Chambliss Bahner & Stophel P C, July 31, 2001: US06267735 (11 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic device may be used in providing physical therapy for a patient's knee by moving the patient's leg through a plurality of cycles of motion in each of a number of treatment sessions. The device includes a “Comfort Zone” range of motion feature which allows an operator to tempor ...


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Stephen L Brown, Andrew R Lucy: Process for preparing polyketones with boron anion. The British Petroleum Company, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, May 15, 1990: US04925918 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing interpolymers of an olefin(s) and carbon monoxide (polyketones) is provided. The process employs a palladium catalyst prepared by reacting together a palladium source, a bidentate amine, phosphine, arsine or stibine and a source of a borate anion. The catalyst effects fast po ...


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David W Abraham, Stephen L Brown, Stuart P Parkin, Daniel Worledge: Magnetic tunnel junction with enhanced magnetic switching characteristics. International Business Machines Corporation, Ido Tuchman, Ryan Mason & Lewis, May 19, 2009: US07535069 (7 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor device formed between a wordline and a bitline comprises a growth layer, an antiferromagnetic layer formed on the growth layer, a pinned layer formed on the antiferromagnetic layer, a tunnel barrier layer formed on the pinned layer, and a free layer formed on the tunnel barrier. The ...


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Stephen L Brown: Lineal slot ventilation system. Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, April 27, 1993: US05205279 (6 worldwide citation)

A kitchen ventilator is mounted in the wall behind the cooking units and has a horizontally extending intake slot located close to the cooking surface. A roof-mounted upblast fan is coupled through connecting duct to the ventilator to establish a vacuum in the system. Room air travels over the cooki ...