Strasbaugh Ships nSpire CMP System to China’s Tianjin University of Technology
The nSpire will be installed in one of Tianjin’s high-tech research and development laboratories, expanding the University’s semiconductor R&D capability. Strasbaugh’s sales and service representative in
“Compact and affordable, the nSpire is ideally suited for CMP consumables and process R&D,” said
“Tianjin’s researchers are devoted to knowledge advancement,” said Professor
Strasbaugh has 60 years of leadership in design and manufacturing of advanced surfacing technology for the global semiconductor, silicon, data storage, MEMS, LED, telecommunications and optics industries. Through close alliances with premier manufacturers in these high-technology markets, Strasbaugh has developed pioneering technology that has become the standard in polishing and grinding today. With high-quality grinding tools, state-of-the-art prime wafer polishing and chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) systems, as well as advanced wafer carriers and leading edge process technology, Strasbaugh has enabled its customers to realize their performance targets and has built a reputation as a world class manufacturer of innovative, reliable, high-yield surfacing solutions.
TUT, adhering to a policy of combining teaching, research and application, has formed its own educational characteristics which are aimed at the cultivation of highly-devoted, career-oriented and advanced talents. To advance this aim, 156 fieldwork centers have already been established off campus by TUT. The University instituted The Second Campus Plan in connection with some influential corporations such as Motorola and others to intensify and foster students’ abilities of putting their knowledge into practice. The primary task of the University has been to use advances in scientific research to enhance professors’ teaching abilities, cultivate students’ creative talents, promote multi-dimensional development and develop programs combining both major and minor programs. In order to meet the demands inherent in the globalization of education and economy, TUT cooperates with a number of foreign universities with the goal of cultivating advanced, application-oriented talents who are able to communicate cross culturally while possessing a global vision. There are presently over 1100 students engaged in exchange and cooperation programs with foreign universities and institutes.
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