Aixtron SE

Aixtron SE

Aixtron SE

Date Founded



Dornkaulstrasse 2, Herzogenrath, 52134, DEU

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Electrical Products

Company Description

AIXTRON SE provides deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry. Its products include compound semiconductors, silicon semiconductors, organic semiconductors, and nanotechnology. It also offers services such as technical phone support, inventory of key spare parts for short delivery times, specialized service and process engineers on site, regional service centers, operating cost calculations, and service and maintenance contracts. The company was founded by Heinrich Schumann, Holger Jürgensen, and Meino Heyen in December 1983 and is headquartered in Herzogenrath, Germany.

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Former Chairman-Supervisory Board, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer at Aixtron SE

Managing Director at Impact GmbH

President & Director at HOERBIGER Holding AG

Managing Director at Serivs GmbH

Managing Director-Institute for Systemic Energy at University of Applied Sciences Landshut

Managing Director at Aixcel Invest GmbH

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Eugene Technology Co., Ltd. purchases Aixtron, Inc. /Ald Div from Aixtron SE

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