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1 de diciembre de 2022 •
2 min read • Taiwan
qScire's Breakthrough - An Honorable Mention at Taiwan Innovation Expo 2022
qScire earned an honorable mention at the Taiwan Innovation Expo 2022, securing a position in the top 10. The Expo, a prestigious global event for technology and innovation, recognized qScire for its remarkable product offerings and strategic vision in the field of semiconductor technology. This achievement not only opens doors to new opportunities for qScire but also sets a precedent for other Chilean startups, enhancing the visibility of Chile's tech sector on the global stage.
1 de febrero de 2023 •
2 min read • Taiwan
qScire to Participate in Innovex 2023, Courtesy of Garage+ Invitation
qScire invited by Garage+, a renowned startup incubator, to participate in Innovex 2023. qScire, known for its innovative contributions to the semiconductor industry, will leverage this global platform to showcase its technology and connect with industry leaders. This invitation, a testament to qScire's growing prominence, also brings attention to Chile's tech sector, inspiring other startups in the country.
1 de octubre de 2022 •
2 min read • corfo
qScire Secures CORFO Funding for Next Generation Materials Exploration
qScire secures funding from CORFO under the category Startup Ciencia. qScire is set to use the funds for validating the model of our innovative product, qScire, aimed at exploring next-generation materials in the semiconductor industry. The support from CORFO not only provides financial assistance but also validates qScire's visionary potential. The funding is anticipated to accelerate the development and validation of the qScire model and spur further research into advanced materials, marking an important step in qScire's journey of transforming the semiconductor industry.
20 de mayo de 2023 •
2 min read • calibration
A Quick Guide to Material Calibration
13 de mayo de 2023 •
3 min read • calibration
The limits of Semiclassical Models in Resistivity Analysis
We delve into the shortcomings of current semiclassical models, such as the Mayadas-Shatzkes model, in effectively describing phenomena at quantum scales. Highlighting the increasing inadequacy of these models in predicting resistivity as critical dimensions approach quantum scales, the article emphasizes the need for a new model derived from the principles of quantum field theory. It underscores the importance of such a model in accurately addressing and incorporating quantum phenomena that are integral to the resistivity analysis of conductors at smaller scales.
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