Indium Deposition for Superconducting Interconnects
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Indium bump bonds are a novel way to fabricate three dimensional flip chip devices for use in superconducting quantum electronics. These devices are simply fabricated using Angstrom Engineering’s physical vapor deposition systems.
Indium Bump Bonding
This high purity, readily available, and ductile material is ideal to integrate Josephson junctions with Al/AlOx/Al architecture onto silicon. Because the bumps are several microns in height, to achieve reasonable throughputs and minimal heat load on the substrate we utilize high deposition rates coupled with high capacity thermal evaporation sources (CH-5 & CH-6).
Water Cooled Chambers
Angstrom’s chambers are regularly equipped with water cooling channels, effectively compensating for the high temperatures required for ideal indium solder bumps.
Depending on feature size, flip chip bumps can be deposited through shadow masks.
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