The National Institute of Standards and Technology awards SandBox Semiconductor a Phase I SBIR
July 22, 2019
HBKU’s College of Law and College of Science and Engineering Co-Host Texas Entrepreneur
April 22, 2019
Speaking to a full audience at HBKU, Dr. Meghali Chopra detailed the science behind her business concept and the journey of transforming ideas from an academic to a business setting.
SandBox Semiconductor Presents at SPIE Conference: Predicting and optimizing etch recipes for across the wafer uniformity
March 20, 2019
The identification of a recipe for a specific etch process is time consuming and expensive, requiring extensive experiments and metrology. Here we present two modules in SandBox StudioTM, SB-Bayesian and SBNeuralNet, to accelerate the prediction and optimization of etch recipes for across the wafer uniformity.
SandBox Semiconductor Presents at SPIE Conference: Simulation and optimization of etch on flexible substrates for roll-to-roll processing
March 20, 2019
A methodology is presented to virtually predict etch profiles on flexible substrates across multi-dimensional process spaces using a minimal number of calibration experiments.
Company Spotlight: SandBox Semiconductor
January 7, 2019
SandBox Semiconductor is an Austin-based startup aiming to address this problem by revolutionizing process development for Semiconductor manufacturing.
The 2019 : Forbes 30/30 Inventing the Future from the Atom Up
November 13, 2018
Meghali Chopra is CEO of Sandbox Semiconductor, which aims to solve a bottleneck in semiconductor manufacturing: the long development cycles necessary to create new chips.
Rice Business Plan Competition
March 31, 2017
Meghali and Sonali Chopra will represent The University of Texas at Austin to compete against some of world’s top universities for more than $1 million in prizes at the 17th annual Rice Plan Competition at Rice University in Houston.
Dr. Meghali Chopra wins idea product competition
December 1, 2016
More than $1 billion is spent on etch and deposition semiconductor process development per year. Developed from her five years of doctoral research, Chopra’s software accelerates the creation of etch and deposition recipes by a factor of three, saving development costs and speeding time to market for semiconductor products by 66 percent.