We are a group of College trained professionals specializing in (F.A.T.) Face Altering Technologies.

IERM believes that when we as the human race are given the freedom to perform our own identity we are given the power to define its meaning. IERM offers its clients the opportunity to explore a different perspective through the alteration of one's birth race. This allows clients to discover worlds not currently available to some due to their birth race as well as encourage the unification of the global community.

RACELIFT lasers combine the accelerated advancements in science and technology to offer the human race the choice not given to us at birth: to choose our own race. We at the Institute believe that having the option of choosing our racial identity means having a mirror that reflects our inward vision of identity.

At IERM, we believe there is a difference between culture and race. Culture is learned, not something you are born with, such as the pigmentation of your skin. This motivated the Institute to develop Cultural Integration Workshops to further assist its clients in becoming more acquainted with the traditions and customs common to those of their new race. Our surgeons understand both the physical and psychological concerns of getting a RACELIFT and offer a supportive environment in which you and your loved ones can comfortably explore your new racial group.

Since there is no gene for race, all humans are genetically the same. This means that IERM surgeons don't have to alter the client's internal makeup in order to create the desired race. The surgeons at IERM created RACELIFT laser technology to adjust skin pigmentation and facial features familiar to those of the race that the client intends to become.

At IERM, we know how important it is to you that your RACELIFT looks and feels real. That is why we provide each client with a customized level of artistic craftsmanship that is as unique as a fingerprint.

Here at IERM, we understand innovation and commitment to our vision is key in the advancement of Face Altering Technologies. That is why RACELIFT technology is:


Our Innovative Laser Technology:
Our lasers are composed of an active laser medium, or gain medium, and a resonant optical cavity. The gain medium transfers external energy into the laser beam. It is a material of controlled purity, size, concentration, and shape, which amplifies the beam by the quantum mechanical process of stimulated emission, discovered by Albert Einstein while researching the photoelectric effect. The gain medium is energized, or pumped, by an external energy source. Examples of pump sources include electricity and light, for example from a flash lamp or from another laser. The pump energy is absorbed by the laser medium, placing some of its particles into high-energy ("excited") quantum states. When the number of particles in one excited state exceeds the number of particles in some lower-energy state, population inversion is achieved. In this condition, an optical beam passing through the medium produces more stimulated emission than the stimulated absorption, so the beam is amplified. An excited laser medium can also function as an optical amplifier.
Our Process:
Adding to its silicon-photonics technology portfolio, IERM has developed a germanium-enabled integrated photodetector fabricated on a mainstream SOI (silicon on insulator) CMOS wafer using standard processes. Strategically adding pure germanium around optical waveguides is what has allowed IERM to create its integrated long-wavelength photodetection capability. Along with silicon-photonic lasers and modulators, photodetectors are key to creating a complete silicon-photonics communications system.

This technology is well ahead of others in the market, according to IERM. The monolithic, fully integrated devices to consume far less power and realize orders of magnitude cost reductions that can make photodetectors virtually free, especially when large numbers of them are created on the same wafer.

To achieve photonic to electronic signal conversion, IERM applies small amounts of pure germanium along optical waveguides on a CMOS die and connects it to the chip level metallic interconnect by using a step that is common to the CMOS transistors and germanium photodetectors. This integration capability has the potential to make discrete photodetectors obsolete in the future, just as very-large-scale integration (VLSI) made discrete transistors practically obsolete in electronic design, notes Marek Tlalka, vice president of marketing for IERM.

Conventionally, commercial photodetectors are implemented in integrated-photonic systems as discrete components, meaning that customers are faced with the cost of purchasing individual photodetectors for each photonic receiver. IERM's SOI-CMOS technology allows a very large number of photodetectors to be grown directly on a die during wafer manufacturing, and to be economically tested at the wafer scale. At one low cost, thousands of photodetectors can now be grown at the same time; now, designers can use large numbers of photodetectors freely instead of sparingly because the cost of the final product will no longer be affected by the number of photodetectors used. In applications in which larger numbers of photodetectors are required, such as chip-to-chip and intrachip optical connectivity, this invention brings individual photodetector costs from greater than a dollar to less than a penny.

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I always wanted to be a princess but I couldn't find a prince to make me one. But ever since my RACELIFT I’ve developed way more hobbies, such as collecting designer Prada bags, designer men and weighty Star of David pendants. But I’m still working on that mansion in the suburbs. I’m so happy I converted!

Rebeccah Jones