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Diffractive Optical Lens made on the Raith Voyager
NNCI and nano@stanford present:

The Advanced Lithography UnSymposium, 2021

9 am - noon, PST
Jan. 21/22, 2021


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Micro Resist Technology, GmbH

Anja Voigt

Anja Voigt received her diploma and her PhD in Photochemisty at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 1993, and 1998, respectively. Since 1993 she has been a scientific co-worker with micro resist technology GmbH, and has been responsible for R&D and production of negative photoresists. She has been the product manager for negative photoresists since 2005, and the business unit manager for photo resists since 2012. In this current role, she is responsible for the development of new materials and their presentation at scientific conferences, the acquisition and organization of new projects and partnerships, and the support of high-tech market customers, their needs and requirements. 


Torsten Richter

Torsten Richter joined Raith as the VELION Product Market Manager in Jan 2019 and has taken responsibility at Raith for the market activities for all FIB related products in the academia market.

He obtained a diploma in Physics from the University Dortmund. Prior to joining Raith he held similar positions at other nanotechnology companies mainly in the field of surface nano analytics.

GenISys, Inc.

Roger McCay

Roger McCay is the North America Sales Director for GenISys.  Roger has been involved in E-beam Lithography technology for over 35 years starting with supporting e-beam systems from various manufacturers, with the past 8 years at GenISys.


Michael Kahl

Michael Kahl started to use electron beam lithography for nanofabrication in 1995 at the University of Dortmund, where he received a master’s degree in physics and a PhD degree in electrical engineering. After joining Raith GmbH in 2000, he supported installations of Raith systems as EBL expert and different sites worldwide, including several installations in the US. In his current position he is managing Raith’s application team, which supports both customers and other department with application know-how in electron beam lithography and ion beam patterning. 


Harun Solak

Dr. Solak has over twenty years of experience in the fields of micro and nano fabrication and x-ray science. He received his Ph.D. from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept. of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After a postdoctoral appointment at the same university he joined the Paul Scherrer Institute in 2001. He set up and managed world’s first EUV-IL systems at the UW-Madison and later at the PSI. He has been leading development of new lithography methods and tools at Eulitha AG. Dr. Solak has more than one hundred technical articles published in the fields of nanolithography, x-ray microscopy and semiconductor device reliability

Micro Resist Technology, GmbH

Jan Klein

Jan Jasper Klein earned his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in early 2012. Afterwards he joined micro resist technology GmbH as a R&D scientist responsible for the development of new hybrid polymers. In 2014 he has become the product manager for hybrid polymers and since early 2020 he has been the business unit manager for optical materials. He is responsible for the optical polymer group at micro resist technology GmbH including product development, marketing as well as customer acquisition and technical support. 

Heidelberg Instruments Nano

Dr Nils Goedecke

Heidelberg Instruments Nano

Tero Kulmala


Li Wang

Dr. Li Wang received his Ph.D. degree from School of Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM SA), Switzerland in early 2011. After a two years postdoctoral research in EUV-IL at Paul Scherrer Institute, he joined EULITHA AG as a R&D engineer responsible for process development and production. He has published extensive papers in Nano Letters, ACS nano, APL, Nanotechnology. etc, . His current interest focuses on micro- and nanofabrication, UV and deep-UV lithography and process development, as well as nano-optics.


Samuel Bisig
Samuel Bisig

Heidelberg Instruments Nano

Samuel Bisig studied Material Science at ETH Zurich and subsequently Philosophy/Psychology at Universite de Lausanne.  He further worked and studied in Oxford (UK), Boston (US), Shanghai (China), Antigua (Guatemala) and Tessenderlo (Belgium) in research fields like foam glass insulation (Pittsburgh Corning Europe) and solid oxide fuel cells (ETH Zurich).

At Heidelberg Instruments Nano, he leads global customer relations with regards to process applications and service & support, as well as all R&D of thermosensitive resists with partner institutions.  He is a member of the Technical Project Board. 

In addition, he is involved as a musician and manager in a few bands and orchestras, "The Peppermint Tea Group" among them.