About TSST
Twente Solid State Technology (TSST) was founded in 1998 as a spin-off company from the University of Twente, and offers high quality thin film solutions. As a result TSST products can now be found around the world. TSST wants to contribute to the progress in the worldwide scientific community of advanced thin film materials by: - Providing state-of-the-art deposition equipment, with focus on pulsed laser deposition - Developing and sharing relevant expertise
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Pulsed laser deposition controlled by high pressure RHEED

Twente Solid State Technology regularly organizes PLD courses

One of the key elements in deposition system is the target stage. Twente Solid State Technology offers custom solutions.


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    Successful Advanced PLD Course

    Last June we organised the Advanced PLD Course in cooperation with the Inorganic Materials Science group, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, STAIB and Coherent. It was a successful course and we already planned the next course in June 2017.          


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    TSST at the E-MRS Fall 2016 in Warsaw, Poland

    From 19-22 September 2016, the E-MRS fall 2016 will be organised at the Warsaw University of Technology.  Rik Groenen from TSST will be giving a talk in symposium Y: Pulsed-laser deposition of thin films: 30 years of fundamentals, innovative materials and applications. His presentation is titled ”Recent advances in large area Pulsed Laser Deposition; epitaxial growth of complex oxides on silicon”.


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    TSST present at STEMa2016

    From 27-29 juli, STEMa2016, International Conference on Science and Technology of Emerging Materials will be organised in Pattaya, Thailand.  Rik Groenen from TSST is doing a presentation titled “Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD), a versatile deposition technique for growing thin films”. More information about this conference can be found on www.stema2016.net.


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    TSST BV and partners have successfully completed the FP7 EU IFOX project

    The goal of IFOX was to explore, create and control novel electronic and magnetic functionalities, with focus on interfaces, in complex transition metal oxide heterostructures to develop the material platform for novel ‘More than Moore’ and ‘beyond CMOS’ electronics, VLSI integratable with performance and functionality far beyond the state-of-the art. Within the IFOX project, TSST has realized, amongst others:



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