Raman Based Metrology for Leading-Edge Semiconductor Nodes
Over the recent years, a revolution is brewing in the semiconductor industry. The long-standing trend of transistor density increase and performance-per-watt improvements, described by Moore’s law and Dennard scaling, are now facing fundamental physical limits.
Industrial Research and the Science of Small Things
How does a young woman passionate about art from western India, become a nanoscale engineer in the Silicon Valley? Dr. Madhulika Korde’s story is one of self-motivation, a love of technology, and an inquisitive, innovative mind that sees the impossible as a starting point and thrives on challenge.
A Mountain Climber, a Physics PHD, an Inspiration to Women- Julia Hoffman
Julia Hoffman, PhD, is an Algorithm Technologist in our material’s metrology division.
Julia loves writing algorithms, but she also loves the variety that her position enables.
In our conversation, Julia shares her superpower, what attracted her to Nova, and her best advice for young women who want to pursue science and a corporate career.