Global Atomic Layer Deposition Market Research Report 2021: R&D Portfolio Assessment and Growth Opportunities –

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The demand for thin films has been immense due to the trend towards miniaturization. Semiconductor and energy storage device developers have experimented with atomic layer deposition technology for mass deployment, acknowledging passing product testing for specific application requirements at scale of technology according to the growing demands of the industry.

Atomic layer deposition is a surface-controlled thin-film deposition technique that allows manufacturers to fabricate thin layers of varying thicknesses in a controlled manner. The biomedical industry is a remarkable area of ​​research and development, exploring the deposition of nanostructured materials that can be used for precise and specific drug delivery, personalized implants and tissue engineering.

Search scope:

  • The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Adoption of Atomic Layer Deposition Technology

  • Overviews and comparisons of different chemical and physical deposition techniques

  • Dive into atomic layer deposition technology

  • Types of Materials Used in Atomic Layer Deposition

  • List of materials grown by atomic layer deposition

  • Drivers and brakes on growth until 2027

  • Analysis of the intellectual property landscape, including the number of patent filings since 2016

  • Details on the companies in action (Oxford Instrument, SENTECH Instruments, Beneq, Tokyo Electron Limited and Veeco Instruments)

  • Growth opportunities in semiconductors, nanofabrication, energy, healthcare and electronics

Main topics covered:

1.0 Strategic Imperatives

1.1 Strategic Imperative: Factors Creating Growth Pressure in Atomic Layer Deposition Industry

1.2 Strategic imperative

1.3 Impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the adoption of atomic layer deposition technology

1.4 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine

2.0 Growth environment

2.1 Scope of research

2.2 Research methodology

2.3 Research methodology explained

3.0 Deposition Techniques

3.1 Categorization of thin film deposits

3.2 Overview of Atomic Layer Deposition Technology

3.3 Atomic layer deposition is mainly preferred for high volume production of thin layers

3.4 Atomic Layer Deposition Offers Superior Control Compared to Other Techniques

3.5 Plasma-assisted laser deposition is one of the most cost-effective deposition techniques

3.6 Thermal deposition has excellent material deposition uniformity

4.0 Types of Reactors

4.1 Longer pulse and purge can be achieved by increasing reactor area and volume

5.0 Types of materials for atomic layer deposition

5.1 Oxide dielectric is the most commonly used material for atomic layer deposition

5.2 Increased emphasis on materials research for the development of thin-film materials for the semiconductor industry

5.3 Alkyl reactive materials use water as counter-reactants because they are very highly reactive

6.0 Materials developed by atomic layer deposition

6.1 Titanium Dioxide is the Most Commonly Grown Material in the Atomic Layer Deposition Process

6.2 Atomic layer deposition can be used to fabricate multi-insulator metal-insulator-metal capacitors

6.3 Thin films based on titanium oxide are used for microfluidic systems

6.4 Thin films made with zinc sulphide are used for photocatalysis

7.0 Technology Advantages, Disadvantages and Intellectual Property Analysis

7.1 Atomic layer deposition is an advantage with sensitive substrates

7.2 Energy Waste and Nanoparticle Emissions Hinder Use

7.3 The technology has witnessed an immense impact in the solar and energy industry

7.4 Patents relating to the deposition of 2D metal chalcogenide films are on the rise

8.0 Companies in action

8.1 Oxford Instrument, UK

8.2 SENTECH Instruments, Germany

8.3 Beneq, Finland

8.4 Tokyo Electron Limited, Japan

8.5 Veeco Instruments, USA

9.0 Growth Opportunities

9.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Semiconductor Industry

9.2 Growth Opportunity 2: The Nanofabrication Industry

9.3 Growth Opportunity 3: The Energy Industry

9.4 Growth Opportunity 4: Biomedical industry

9.5 Growth Opportunity 5: Electronics Industry

10.0 Contact Information

Companies cited

  • Instrument from Oxford, UK

  • SENTECH Instruments, Germany

  • Beneq, Finland

  • Tokyo Electron Limited, Japan

  • Veeco Instruments, United States

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