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Members List

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  • 3D-Micromac AG
  • Advanced Mask Technology Center GmbH & Co.KG
  • Air Liquide Electronics
  • AMD Saxony
  • Applied Materials Dresden
  • Atmel — Dresden
  • BASF Electronic Materials
  • Busch Semiconductor Vacuum Group B.V.
  • Carl Zeiss Innovationszentrum für Messtechnik
  • Freiberger Inc.
  • GlobalFoundries Inc.
  • Infineon Dresden
  • MicroMaterials Center Berlin
  • me2c — electronic cluster
  • Nikon Precision Europe
  • NXP Semiconductors
  • Plastic Logic — Dresden
  • Siemens AG Dresden
  • Siltronic
  • Solarwatt AG
  • Solarworld Deutsche Solar AG
  • Tokyo Electron Europe
  • von Ardenne Anlagentechnik
  • X-Fab
  • ZMDI

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