Useful links to institutions that conduct R&D activities in the Probe based storage technology:
IBM, Zurich, Switzerland Zurich Research Laboratory(ZRL) concentrate their work on the development of key technology regarding the application of scanning probes on archival data storage, as well as advanced semiconductor device metrology.
Hewlett Packard (HP) have their Atomic Resolution Storage (ARS) probe storage program.
Optical Data Storage Center, University of Arizona research on micro-optics, holographic and other novel optical elements, applications of nanotechnology to data storage and pioneering studies in the new field of biological data storage.
NanoChip, California, USA work on the use of arrays of atomic force probe tips to write, read and record data bits on a continuous storage medium.
Tohoku University, Japan research on multiprobe data storage systems.
Hokkaido University, Japan research on nanomaterials, nanodevices, molecular devices and molecular electronics.
Carnegie Mellon University, USA research on phase-change materials and devices, MEMS probe microactuator design and fabrication.
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology [KAIST], Korea research on high dielectric and ferro electric materials, phase shift mask materials, nano-bio applications and superconducting materials.
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea works on the development of nanoelectronic devices and memory, data storage and microsystems.
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