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Exhibitors

CreaPhys

CreaPhys

CreaPhys, located in Dresden, Germany, is a spin-off from Technische Universität Dresden and since mid-2016 Member of the MBRAUN Group. We provide solutions for research and production in the field of organic electronics to customers around the world, including leading multinational chemical and electronics companies as well as many of the prime research institutions in the field.

CreaPhys offers customized solutions for thin film deposition for R&D and small-scale production, ranging from single components, like thermal evaporators, to entire UHV deposition systems. With more than fifteen years in the field, we established solutions for most standard processes. These can be combined in a customized setup to meet the needs of scientific and industry R&D. For R&D and pilot scale production CreaPhys also offers linear evaporation sources as well as vacuum subli¬mation systems for material purification.

Furthermore, CreaPhys offers ultra-high purity materials ( > 99,9%), required for highest performance in organic opto­electronic devices, as well as the purification of molecular compounds as a service. A newly developed proprietary concept allows for the cost-efficient purification of large volumes (R&D to production scale) at high throughput (up to 10 kg), while maintaining the high quality standards for opto­electronic-grade materials.
MBRAUN

MBRAUN

MBRAUN has been setting standards for inert gas technology for clean environments with more than 40 years’ experience. Whatever the requirements are for inert gas technology, thin film applications, isolators, vacuum sublimation, our customers can rely that we offer the optimum solution.

We develop and supply world-class glovebox systems and set standards on the market. Due to our deep know-how acquired in the past, we are able to offer product solutions as well as core engineering expertise for systems with clean environment solutions to build individual, customer specific large-scale plants – from comprehensive planning to turnkey realization.

Thanks to our close exchange with the customers, our extensive market knowledge and our high degree of application know-how we are always on the cutting edge.

Our thinking is geared to the requirements of future processes in research, development and production.
Kurt J. Lesker

Kurt J. Lesker

Kurt J. Lesker has been manufacturing and distributing high quality vacuum deposition systems, chambers and components since the company was established in 1954. From our European headquarters based on the South Coast of the UK, our process Equipment Division, comprising of our experienced assembly and test engineers, have been building market leading thin film deposition systems for over 20 years. Our systems encompass a variety of deposition techniques including Thermal Evaporation, Electron Beam Evaporation, Point Source Organic Evaporation, Sputtering, Atomic Layer Deposition, and Multi-Technique tools. KJLC also offers a full range of deposition sources, power supplies, and system components of which our technical experts are on hand to help you choose the right one for your system to help ensure the efficiency of your research efforts. Accompanied by our reliable service and support team, we work directly in the field with our customers to succeed in our mission of “Enabling Technology for a Better World.”
FLUXiM

FLUXiM

Schrödinger

Schrödinger

Schrödinger makes significant investments in R&D, which has led to major advances in the field of computational chemistry. Working closely with its scientific advisory board – a distinguished group of leading academic and industrial scientists who collectively have thousands of publications, many of which represent groundbreaking advances – Schrödinger has achieved breakthroughs in quantum chemistry, molecular modeling, force fields, molecular dynamics, protein structure determination, scoring, and virtual screening. Schrödinger's methods development and applications papers have thousands of citations and are often among the most-cited scientific publications. Schrödinger's science is continually validated internally and by its users worldwide.

The company's full product offerings range from general molecular modeling programs to a comprehensive suite of drug design software, as well as a state-of-the-art suite for materials research. Schrödinger is developing enterprise level software that can be deployed throughout an entire research organization, and the company is committed to providing integrated software solutions and services that truly meet its customers’ needs. Schrödinger wants to empower researchers around the world to achieve their goals of improving human health and quality of life through advanced computational techniques that transform the way chemists design compounds and materials. By building and deploying breakthrough scientific software solutions and forming collaborations and partnerships, Schrödinger helps scientists accelerate their research and development activities, reduce costs, and make novel discoveries that might otherwise not be possible.

Founded in 1990, Schrödinger has operations in several locations within the United States as well as in Europe, India, and Japan.