k-Space Wins ETF Award for Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy Tool Commercialization
k-Space is pleased to announce that we have received an Emerging Technologies Fund (ETF) award from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). This award provides matching funds for our ongoing efforts toward commercialization of our Atomic Control for Epitaxy (ACE) instrument under an SBIR Phase II project. The ETF program is one of the many ways that Michigan promotes technological development in the diverse areas of life sciences, homeland security and defense, advanced automotive manufacturing and materials, as well as alternative energy. We are grateful to the MEDC and proud to be a Michigan business!
Chuck Taylor: Leading k-Space Innovation for 20 Years
Chuck started with the company back in 1996 and has helped make k-Space the leading provider of thin-film metrology solutions that it is today. His wisdom and insight are invaluable. He has contributed to every product developed by k-Space over the past 20 years and has traveled the world installing our tools. Most customers will know Chuck either from an installation, a trade show, or the fantastic technical support that he always provides. We are so thankful to have such a talented engineer leading our product development, and we look forward to many more years of innovation!
k-Space is growing, and we are looking for creative, energetic, career-oriented people to join the team at our headquarters in Dexter, MI. The following positions are currently available:
All listed positions are full time and offer competitive pay and benefits. Please visit the career section of our website for further information: https://k-space.com/company/careers/.
Come Visit Us at These Upcoming Events!
33rd North American Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy (NAMBE 2017) – October 15-18, 2017 – Galveston, TX
The Exposition for Semiconductor Manufacturing (Semicon Japan 2017) – December 13-15, 2017 – Tokyo Big Sight, Japan