About Future Photovoltaics:
Future Photovoltaics (Future PV) is the PV industry’s first all-digital journal covering research, development and manufacturing of photovoltaic cells, panels and associated systems. Future PV’s sister publication Future Fab has paved the way for Mazik Media to deliver cutting-edge information that is free of charge and free of anything other than fact and educated opinions.
Future PV aims to bridge the research-to-manufacturing information gap and aid in technology transfer from the lab to the fab, while also connecting the multifarious disciplines that sit under the banner of Photovoltaic’s.
Future PV is a site to come to for the leading technical information and for opinions presented by industry experts that is based on real data that the industry professionals are working on, worldwide, working in close association with some of the leading industry figures and visionaries, as well as some of the most respected global industry organizations.
Future PV will also include weekly blogs by industry veterans. These blogs will be insightful, educational and in some instances controversial.
Future PV is a FREE interactive digital journal and website that includes the best-of-breed technical papers that cover everything photovoltaic, including: Future Visions & Current Concerns; New Technologies and Materials; Silicon Wafer PV; Thin Film PV; Concentrated PV; Manufacturing Equipment & Materials; Manufacturing, Systems & Software; Metrology, Test & Failure Analysis; Module & Panel Construction; and PV Systems. Future PV is written by the industry, for the industry, covering the topics that are most important to the industry.
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Mazik Media Inc: http://www.mazikmedia.com
Publishers of Future Photovoltaics, Future Fab International, Fab Engineering & Operations journals and their supporting products Mazik Media is the home of a unique technical publishing model that owes more to the structure of a technical conference then that of a traditional B2B magazine. From it’s founding in 2005 Mazik Media has sought out the best partners, the best contributors and the best content to bring a unique blend of industry and technology perspectives free from the interference of journalism or the pretense of news. As a small boutique publisher with a massive global reach Mazik Media is constantly seeking new industries to serve with its unique publishing and communication vehicles.
Future Fab International: http://www.future-fab.com
Future Fab International (FFI) is a free quarterly technology journal focused on the Semiconductor industry and its supply chain. From Design through Fabrication and even covering Test and Packaging, the journal bridges the communication gaps between the aforementioned groups. As the first semiconductor publication to let go the of the costly burden of print and embrace a 100% digital model, Future Fab has a long track record of being ahead of the technology curve, bringing future technologies and directions to a global audience of 45000+ monthly visitors.
Future Fab Connect: http://www.futurefabconnect.com
Future Fab Connect (FFC)is the free supporting social network for the Semiconductor Journal Future Fab International. As a closed network, each and every member is vetted before being allowed to join ensuring a true peer to peer community free of spammers or outsiders that have no affiliation with the Chip Industry. In its first year it’s gained over 600 members and continues to grow as the word spreads.
Fab Engineering and Operations: http://www.feomag.com
Fab Engineering & Operations (FEO) is a free quarterly technology journal aimed at the completely ignored mainstream Fab space. While every other Semiconductor journal or magazine covers cutting-edge or next-generation technologies, FEO aims its content at the 85%+ of Fabs of all kinds that produce devices on mature process lines with older-generation toolsets. This bulk market has very differing concerns from that of the cutting-edge manufacturing as product margins are extremely slim, so the emphasis is on efficiency and cost reduction. In May 2009 due to prevailing economic conditions, FEO lost too many members of its editorial board to continue and was placed in hibernation. All of the content from all six editions is still available on its site and as the market recovers we aim to breathe new life into the project - watch this space…