|Dr. Christopher Ober
After several years of industry experience at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, Dr. Ober moved to Cornell where a main focus of his research has been on lithography. His contributions to lithography have awarded him the International Sematech Outstanding Contribution Award (2003) and the Photopolymer Science & Technology Award (2004).
|Dr. George Malliaras
Dr. Malliaras has been a Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and is currently serving as the Director of the Cornell NanoScale Facility. He has researched several aspects of organic electronics and is the author of 100+ publications in peer-reviewed journals that have received 3,000+ citations.
- Orthogonal’s fluorinated photoresists offers a new combination of compatibility, performance and green processing
Organic Electronics Production
- Patterning electronics the old fashion way - photolithography
- Orthogonal removes the barrier of flexible electronics production - the integration of devices: memory, batteries, applications.
High Volume Manufacturing
- Using well-known manufacturing techniques, Orthogonal Provides Products Designed for Price Performance
Industry Leading Partners
- Partnerships with Market Leaders Validates Orthogonal’s Technology and Systems Across Broad Industries