Document Type

Closed Project

Publication Date

Summer 2001


Dilek Cetindamar

Course Title

Economics of Technology Innovation

Course Number

EMGT 510/610


Extreme ultraviolet lithography -- Industrial applications, Technological innovations -- Management, Engineering -- Management


It is generally recognized by economist and policy makers that new technology will be the driving force in our economy. With the greatest need for high-speed computing, better memory storage application and the development of micro-electrical-mechanical structures, a lithography technology is needed to realize such objectives. It is the main reason why a consortium composed of big names in the semiconductor industry was established in order to transform the benefits of Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography technology into a commercial application.


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