Project partner: Center for Physical Sciences and Technology. Total budget: 6 million Eur.

The Center of Semiconductor Technology was established as a follow-up of the joint agreement of the Lithuanian researchers working at Vilnius University and the Center for Physical Sciences and Technology in the field of semiconductor science and technology to develop a semiconductor technology center in the framework of the major national program for the Sauletekis Valley. The Center meets the needs of these researchers for facilities necessary to purposefully fabricate samples for their research and to develop device prototypes for specific applications. This infrastructure also serves for high-tech companies in Lithuania and, increasingly in time, abroad for developing their products, but it is mainly directed to facilitate implementation of scientific ideas to products by creating a technological base for researchers to develop their prospective ideas into functional device prototypes serving as a base for establishing spin-offs to produce commercial products.

The main research directions are photonics, photovoltaics, organic optoelectronics and sensors. The VU unit of PTC has complexes of technological and experimental facilities on growth of III-V semiconductors and heterostructures by MOCVD technique, equipment for fabrication, processing and characterization of organic semiconductors, various spectrometers to study photoluminescence with time resolution in picosecond domain and submicrometer spatial resolution, equipment for exploitation of nonlinear optics techniques (free carrier absorption, light-induced transient grating technique, etc.) in femtosecond domain

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