Author by : Willander Magnus
Language : en
Publisher by : World Scientific
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Total Read : 10
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Description : Coined as the third revolution in electronics is under way; Manufacturing is going digital, driven by computing revolution, powered by MOS technology, in particular, by the CMOS technology and its development. In this book, the scaling challenges for CMOS: SiGe BiCMOS, THz and niche technology are covered; the first article looks at scaling challenges for CMOS from an industrial point of view (review of the latest innovations); the second article focuses on SiGe BiCMOS technologies (deals with high-speed up to the THz-region), and the third article reports on circuits associated with source/drain integration in 14 nm and beyond FinFET technology nodes. Followed by the last two articles on niche applications for emerging technologies: one deals with carbon nanotube network and plasmonics for the THz region carbon, while the other reviews the recent developments in integrated on-chip nano-optomechanical systems. Contents: PrefaceScaling Challenges for Advanced CMOS Devices (Ajey P Jacob, Ruilong Xie, Min Gyu Sung, Lars Liebmann, Rinus T P Lee and Bill Taylor)High-Speed SiGe BiCMOS Technologies and Circuits (A Mai, I Garcia Lopez, P Rito, R Nagulapalli, A Awny, M Elkhouly, M Eissa, M Ko, A Malignaggi, M Kucharski, H J Ng, K Schmalz and D Kissinger)Optimization of Selective Growth of SiGe for Source/Drain in 14nm and Beyond Nodes FinFETs (Henry H Radamson, Jun Luo, Changliang Qin, Huaxiang Yin, Huilong Zhu, Chao Zhao and Guilei Wang)Dynamic Conductivity and Two-Dimensional Plasmons in Lateral CNT Networks (Maxim Ryzhii, Taiichi Otsuji, Victor Ryzhii, Vladimir Mitin, Michael S Shur, Georgy Fedorov and Vladimir Leiman)Integrated On-Chip Nano-Optomechanical Systems (Zhu Diao, Vincent T K Sauer and Wayne K Hiebert)Author Index Readership: Scientists, engineers, research leaders, and even investors interested in microelectronics, nanoelectronics, and optoelectronics. It is also recommended to graduate students working in these fields.