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Minimization of defects in ALD passivation films with only two steps through Bayesian optimization
An interdisciplinary team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, the Technical University of Munich, and Robert Bosch GmbH deploy Bayesian Machine Learning methods to fast-track the optimization process of coating ...
Robert Bosch Venture Capital launches Fund IV with 200 million euros
Investments in startups are on the rise. In 2017, institutional investors and companies invested 147 billion euros in these enterprises – nearly three times as much as in 2012. Bosch, too, is increasing its investment in external startups, providing Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (RBVC) with ...
Linde Nippon Sanso (LNS), a company of The Linde Group, and Bosch Solar Energy, have announced an extension of their collaboration at Bosch’s new crystalline Si solar cell manufacturing site in Arnstadt, Germany. Under the new agreement, LNS will supply silane and ammonia gas, both critical ...
Linde Nippon Sanso (LNS), a company of The Linde Group, has been awarded a long-term contract to supply gases for Bosch Solar’s new manufacturing site in Erfurt, Germany. Under the turnkey contract, Linde will provide high purity nitrogen from an on-site air separation unit and bulk oxygen. Bosch ...
Fine metal hairs, also called metal whiskers, on tin-plated copper cause short circuits in electronic components. An international team of researchers is finding out why they grow
A short circuit can be quite hairy: satellites have failed, a NASA computer centre was repeatedly paralysed and the US public heath authority recalled thousands of pacemakers - all because tin whiskers caused a short circuit in the electronic components of these devices. A team of scientists from ...
BMBF-sponsored excellence cluster project “Printed organic circuits and chips” (Polytos) started; consortium headed by Merck KGaA
Merck KGaA announced that it has launched the “Printed Organic Switches and Chips“ project (Polytos) together with its partners in the excellence cluster known as the “Forum Organic Electronics“. The aim of this project, which is being sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and ...
Expansion of international business with commercial steam and hot water boilers
The Bosch Thermotechnology division plans to take over Loos Deutschland GmbH, Gunzenhausen, Germany, as well as its subsidiaries and investments outside Germany. The agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares was signed in Stuttgart on April 7, 2009. Loos is a European supplier of steam and ...