GaNo Optoelectronics is proud of its solid RD strength, having a technical team composed of a Yangtze River Scholar of Nanjing University, three Ph.Ds returning from the U.S., and several senior researchers from industries. The key members have made important accomplishment in the field of semiconductor materials and optoelectronic devices, having accumulated rich product development experience in top companies such as GE, JDSU, IMEC and EMOCRE. The team of GaNo Optoelectronics has engaged in the research and development of high-performance ultraviolet (UV) sensors based on wide-bandgap semiconductor materials from late 1990s. After years of practice and technology development, they have not only made achievements recognized by international peers in basic research field, but also formed a relative complete set of intellectual properties (IPs) with more than 30 key patents. Besides open IPs, the GaNo team also owns their proprietary technology in the form of many “know-hows”.

    Under the support of governmental investment and external financing, GaNo Optoelectronics has completed the construction of a device processing line as well as a high-standard device testing lab, owing the full capability in the areas of wafer growth, material analysis, device fabrication, and device testing and sorting. So far, GaNo Optoelectronics has successfully developed state-of-the-art high performance UV sensing chips based on wide-bandgap GaN and SiC semiconductors, which have entered the stage of volume supply.

 

 High-standard Cleanroom Lab and Device Processing Line

 

High-end Device Testing and Analysis Equipment

 

 

    Besides, GaNo Optoelectronics has maintained a long-term, in-depth and extensive cooperation with several major R&D platforms in China, such as "Key Lab of Optoelectronic Materials and Devices of Jiangsu Province", "Collaborative Innovation Center of Solid-state Lighting and Energy Saving Electronics", and "The National Collaborative Innovation Center of Artificial Microstructure Science and Technology". These platforms can provide more comprehensive technical support in the areas of material growth, device processing, and physical analysis.