PITTSBURGH--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Evoqua Water Technologies announced they will join the Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (GT-IEN), in presenting an Introduction to High-Purity Water Standards Seminar on Feb. 23, 2017, as part of IEN’s industry seminar series.
“Evoqua is committed to remaining a leader in ultrapure water. We’re excited to partner with universities in the nanotechnology field, where we can work together to learn how these advanced technologies can optimize manufacturing quality, uptime and reduce operational cost.”
Using IEN’s state-of-the-art cleanroom capabilities as a case study, a team from Evoqua will discuss implications of high purity water. The seminar will also cover the varied high-purity water treatment standards, sampling techniques and their implications on water treatment system designs. The water system requirements and design considerations play a critical role in the planning, development and operation of nanotechnology research and other semiconductor related facilities.
To register please visit: http://ien.gatech.edu/ISSEVOQUA
Evoqua Water Technologies has developed multiple patented technologies to produce the ultrapure water needed in the water-sensitive nanotech and semiconductor markets. Evoqua’s Vanox® system uses an advanced oxidation process for total organic compound (TOC) reduction in semi-conductor manufacturing, especially for geometries of less than 28 nanometers (nm). One nanometer is one billionth of a meter (0.000000001 m).
Evoqua Industrial Division President, Rodney Aulick said, “Evoqua is committed to remaining a leader in ultrapure water. We’re excited to partner with universities in the nanotechnology field, where we can work together to learn how these advanced technologies can optimize manufacturing quality, uptime and reduce operational cost.”
Georgia Tech is a renowned academic leader in electronic and semiconductor devices, components, micro and nano systems packaging, testing, and circuits. Georgia Tech’s IEN has also become a national front runner in nanoscience, nanomaterials, and nanotechnologies. IEN has dedicated expertise and facilities for a broad range of micro and nanofabrication and characterization projects including a focus on applications to bioengineering and biomedicine. The fee-based shared-user laboratories are available to external academic, industry, and government clientele, thus offering a unique and comprehensive nanotechnology laboratory and teaming environment for researchers in the electronics and nanotechnology space. For more information about IEN, visit www.ien.gatech.edu.
Evoqua Water Technologies is the global leader in helping municipalities and industrial customers protect and improve the world's most fundamental natural resource: water. Evoqua has a more than 100-year heritage of innovation and industry firsts, market-leading expertise, and unmatched customer service, where it continues to transform water and wastewater. Its cost-effective and reliable treatment systems and services ensure uninterrupted quantity and quality of water, enable regulatory and environmental compliance, increase efficiency through water reuse, and prepare customers for next-generation demands.
Evoqua's unparalleled portfolio of proven brands, advanced technologies, mobile and emergency water supply solutions and service helps cities across the world provide and discharge clean water, and enable leisure and commercial industry to maximize productivity and profitability. For more information, visit www.evoqua.com.
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