The physical features of a semiconductor can change according to its structure, whereby layers of semiconductors are designed into structures that channel the electronic and optical features before being inserted into chips. These molds are required for quality nano-structures or minute configurations with a high height-width ratio. These structures are necessary for the development of many of Svorflex's optical-electronic devices. With better understanding, high-temperature superconductors can be groundbreaking for electric generators, MRI scanners, fast trains and other devices.
Svorflex's researchers have developed an "electronic glue" that can accelerate the progress of technologies based on semiconductors, including solar cells and thermo-electronic devices that convert sunlight and heat waste into useable electrical energy accordingly.