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Advances in Semiconductor Technologies

Selected Topics Beyond Conventional CMOS

Chen, An (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage November 2022
368 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-86958-0
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Advances in Semiconductor Technologies

Discover the broad sweep of semiconductor technologies in this uniquely curated resource

Semiconductor technologies and innovations have been the backbone of numerous different fields: electronics, online commerce, the information and communication industry, and the defense industry. For over fifty years, silicon technology and CMOS scaling have been the central focus and primary driver of innovation in the semiconductor industry. Traditional CMOS scaling has approached some fundamental limits, and as a result, the pace of scientific research and discovery for novel semiconductor technologies is increasing with a focus on novel materials, devices, designs, architectures, and computer paradigms. In particular, new computing paradigms and systems--such as quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and Internet of Things--have the potential to unlock unprecedented power and application space.

Advances in Semiconductor Technologies provides a comprehensive overview of selected semiconductor technologies and the most up-to-date research topics, looking in particular at mainstream developments in current industry research and development, from emerging materials and devices, to new computing paradigms and applications. This full-coverage volume gives the reader valuable insights into state-of-the-art advances currently being fabricated, a wide range of novel applications currently under investigation, and a glance into the future with emerging technologies in development.

Advances in Semiconductor Technologies readers will also find:
* A comprehensive approach that ensures a thorough understanding of state-of-the-art technologies currently being fabricated
* Treatments on all aspects of semiconductor technologies, including materials, devices, manufacturing, modeling, design, architecture, and applications
* Articles written by an impressive team of international academics and industry insiders that provide unique insights into a wide range of topics

Advances in Semiconductor Technologies is a useful, time-saving reference for electrical engineers working in industry and research, who are looking to stay abreast of rapidly advancing developments in semiconductor electronics, as well as academics in the field and government policy advisors.


Notes on Contributors

1. Heterogeneous Integration at Scale

2. Hyperdimensional Computing: An Algebra for Computing with Vectors

3. CAD for Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits

4. Magneto-electric Transistor Devices and Circuits with Steering Logic

5. MEnvDRAM: Non-Volatile DRAM architecture Based Memory using Magneto-Electric FETs

6. Organic Electronics

7. Active-Matrix Electroluminescent Displays

8. Organic and macromolecular memory - Nanocomposite bistable memory devices

9. Next Generation of High-Performance Printed Flexible Electronics

10. Hybrid Systems-in-Foil

11. Optical Detectors

12. Environmental Sensing

13. IGBTs

14. III-V and wide bandgap


16. Multiphase VRM and Power Stage Evolution
An Chen, PhD, is with IBM Research - Almaden, CA, USA. He received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Yale University in 2004. Prior to IBM, An worked at Spansion, AMD, and GLOBALFOUNDRIES, on emerging memory technologies and Beyond-CMOS research. He was the Chair of the Emerging Research Device (ERD) group of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) and is currently the chair of the Beyond CMOS (BC) group of the International Roadmap of Devices and Systems (IRDS). An is a Senior Member of IEEE.