Mission

Mission

We strive to deliver material based solutions to improve the quality of life for everyone. We do this by developing platform materials enabling groundbreaking technology to solve some of the world's toughest challenges towards a more sustainable future.

Accelerate the world’s transition to breakthrough GaN

Reaching climate neutrality, circularity, healthy food-systems and sustainability in agriculture, transportation, packaging, electronic appliances, as well as completing the transition to renewable energy sources are among the greatest challenges humanity is facing today.
This is exactly where advanced materials such as GaN plays a leading role in the third generation of semiconductor materials. In speed, temperature, and power handling, GaN is the technology that will allow the implementation of essential future “cleantech” innovations, where power, weight, and volumetric efficiency are key requirements.
GaN devices offer five key characteristics: high dielectric strength, high operating temperature, high current density, high speed switching and low on-resistance. These characteristics are due to the properties of GaN, which, compared to silicon, offers ten times higher electrical breakdown characteristics, three times the bandgap, and exceptional carrier mobility.
Silicon technology displaced almost all the earlier low power thermionic and electromechanical devices, but fundamental material limitations have stalled its use in higher power applications. All power electronic systems of the future will take full advantage of wide bandgap devices such as GaN.

Mivium Materials Manifesto

Our mission is to deliver solution-oriented materials to enable the world's transition to a sustainable future. More than 70% of all technical innovations are directly or indirectly attributed to advanced materials. They are the backbone and the source of prosperity for any industrial society, as well as the dominant contributor to the cost of technologies. In the context of the radical transformational changes of the 21st century, it is precisely these advanced materials that will play a decisive role. Scientific evidence shows that action on environmental change must have an interconnected and systemic response and this is exactly where advanced materials can and must deliver solutions. To achieve these solutions, we have maximized the sustainability features of our materials as part of a key driver for innovation, thus creating new opportunities throughout verticals and across sectors without limitation or reservation.

Industry 4.0

Like the revolutions that preceded it, the fourth industrial revolution – also known as Industry 4.0 – has the potential to improve the quality of life for populations around the world. With new innovations, such as 5G/6G Networks, the industrial internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), material science is playing an important role as a supplier of new enabling materials. At a basic level, Industry 4.0 can unite digital and physical tools to provide a new universe of opportunities to gather, examine and enable many industries to improve operational processes and advance new business models such as Metaverse. This holds the key to improving efficiency and encouraging innovation on a massive scale.

Elements for a new digital world

Industry 4.0’s biggest impact is beginning to rise within the semiconductor industry – the industry responsible for driving advances in new technologies for the digitized era. The rapid growth in demand for digital technologies has been met with increasingly strained supply chains. In turn, sourcing and manufacturing materials for high-quality semiconductors is becoming progressively more challenging. And, with semiconductors considered a key part of the next generation of technologies, finding ethical routes to sourcing materials will help to drive the development of tomorrow’s tools. Among the 118 elements contained in the periodic table, silicon is the element most synonymous with the semiconductor industry. Due to its low cost, an abundance of material and its useful electronic properties, silicon quickly rose to become the backbone of the semiconductor industry. However, as Industry 4.0 and the recent development of high-power electronics introduce new demands for the next generation semiconductors.
Elements such as gallium are being utilized in compound semiconductors, such as gallium arsenide and gallium nitride–these 2nd and 3rd generation semiconductors, respectively, and have allowed increasingly superior performance and more diverse applications when compared to 1st generation silicon semiconductors. Until now, the only thing limiting GaN's proliferation has been its extremely high difficulty and cost to manufacture.
Mivium's GaN platform is able to deliver high-purity substrates that are low-defect, low-cost, and at scale.

Innovative sustainable manufacturing

Consistent & repeatable results without any environmental concerns.

11+ Patents & Expanding

Issued on method and equipment: particle and single crystal substrate.

10+ Years of Proven R&D

Material science, advanced manufacturing technology (AMT), automation, semiconductor engineering, and molecular quantum mechanics.

Zero Carbon Emission

No solvents, acids, contaminants, hydrocarbons, toxins, pollution, radiation. No hazard waste storage or removal needed.

Manufactured in U.S.A.

Mivium facilities and manufacturing will be 100% based in the U.S.A.

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United States semiconductor market size

Semiconductors are a top U.S. export after refined oil, crude oil, natural gas, and civilian aircraft.
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The United States exported $62 billion in semiconductors in 2021 and maintains a consistent trade surplus in semiconductors.
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The industry directly employs over 307,000 people in the U.S. and supports more than 1.7 million additional U.S. jobs.
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The United States semiconductor industry is the worldwide leader with about half of global market share.
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