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2018 14th IEEE International Conference on Solid-State and Integrated Circuit Technology (ICSICT)

Process & Device Technologies1. Channel Engineering2. High-k/Metal gate Technology3. Advanced Source/Drain Technology4. Interconnect Technology5. Advanced 3D Integration6. Novel Process Technologies7. Ultra-Thin Body Transistors and Device Variability8. Advanced High-k Metal Gate SoC and High Performance CMOS Platforms 9. CMOS Performance Enhancing and Novel Devices 10. Advanced FinFETs and Nanowire FETs11. CNT, MTJ Devices and Nanowire Photodiodes12. Low- Power and Steep Slope Switching Devices13. Graphene Devices14. Advanced Technologies for Ge MOSFETs15. Organic semiconductor devices and technologies16. Compound semiconductor devices and Technology 17. Ultra High Speed Transistors, HEMT/HBT etc. 18. Advanced Power Devices and Reliability19. Flash Memory20. IT Magnetic RAM21. Resistive RAM


2018 7th Electronic System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC)

This international event brings together both academic as well as the industry leaders to discuss and debate about the state-of-art and future trends in electronics packaging and integration technologies.


2018 IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM)

Predicting, and more importantly how to get to the future is always a challenge and a desire. The IEEE rises to that challenge based upon the work it does on multiple new and emerging technologies through serving as a catalyst for developing new innovations, products and services. Invited subject matter experts will share their predictions and hot to get to that future.

  • 2016 IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM)

    Predicting – and making - the future is always a challenge and a desire. The IEEE rises to that challenge based upon the work it does on multiple new and emerging technologies through serving as a catalyst for developing new innovations, products and services.

  • 2014 IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM)

    2014 TTM is a unique event for industry leaders, academics and decision making government officials to explore the interplay of science, technology, society, and economics in the shaping of the Future in a connected World where local innovation and global context are mutually affecting one another. Six

  • 2012 IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM)

    TTM is a unique event for industry leaders, academics and decision making government officials who direct R&D activities, plan research programs or manage portfolios of research activities. This event will cover in a tutorial way a selected set of potentially high impact emerging technologies, their current state of maturity and scenarios for the future. All the presentations in this Symposium are given by invited World leading experts. The Symposium is structured to facilitate informal discussions among the participants and speakers.

  • 2011 IEEE Technology Time Machine (TTM)

    Assessment of Future Technologies


2018 International Zurich Seminar on Information and Communication (IZS)

Biennial conference with technical presentations in the broad area of telecommunications. High-quality original contributions of both applied and theoretical nature in the following areas are solicited:-Wireless Communication-Information Theory-Coding Theory and its Applications-Detection and Estimation-MIMO Communication-Optical Communication-Fundamental Hardware Issues-Network Algorithms and Protocols-Network Information Theory and Coding-Cryptography and Data Security


2018 SICE International Symposium on Control Systems (SICE ISCS)

Various aspects of control systems, from theory to application.


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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE

The IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments.


Circuits and Systems Magazine, IEEE


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Computer

Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.


Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE

IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (CG&A) bridges the theory and practice of computer graphics. From specific algorithms to full system implementations, CG&A offers a strong combination of peer-reviewed feature articles and refereed departments, including news and product announcements. Special Applications sidebars relate research stories to commercial development. Cover stories focus on creative applications of the technology by an artist or ...


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Digital Circuits for Mobile Computing: Optimizing Power Performance and Innovation Opportunities

Alice Wang; Hugh Mair IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2017

Today's mobile phone has millions of times more computing power than all of the NASA computers that put two astronauts on the moon. It is through the progress made by Moore's law and the ability of software engineers to take advantage of increased computing to create new applications that help our daily life be more efficient. There is enough computational ...


The ITRS MPU and SOC system drivers: Calibration and implications for design-based equivalent scaling in the roadmap

Wei-Ting Jonas Chan; Andrew B. Kahng; Siddhartha Nath; Ichiro Yamamoto 2014 IEEE 32nd International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD), 2014

The system driver models for microprocessor (MPU) and system-on-chip (SOC) in the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors [21] (ITRS) determine the roadmap of underlying technology requirements across devices, patterning, interconnect, test, design and other semiconductor supplier industries. In this paper, we describe several fundamental changes in the ITRS MPU and SOC system driver models as of the recently-released 2013 edition ...


Highly efficient gallium nitride transistors designed for high power density and high output current DC-DC converters

David Reusch; Johan Strydom; Alex Lidow 2014 International Power Electronics and Application Conference and Exposition, 2014

Continuing to raise the bar for power conversion performance, eGaN FETs are steadily improving performance in high power density and high current applications. In this paper we will discuss the latest developments in DC-DC converters, including a major improvement in eGaN FETs with the latest generation devices. This new family of eGaN FETs is keeping Moore's Law alive with significant ...


CeNSE: A central nervous system for the earth

Ghavam G. Shahidi 2011 IEEE Technology Time Machine Symposium on Technologies Beyond 2020, 2011

Moore's Law and the scaling of microelectronics is expected to extend to 11 nm and most probably beyond. The key challenges are lithography, and fitting the device and the interconnect into a shrinking footprint. In this paper, challenges on device will be highlighted (short channel effects, leakage, threshold and auxiliary device requirements), and interconnect (RC trends, and reliability challenges). This ...


n-Core Encore?

R. Raghuraman IEEE Potentials, 2010

Hardware multithreading is enabled in silicon for graphics chips or graphics- processing units (GPUs) and to some level in servers. The case is now being presented for software and newer applications to catch up with hardware, in particular to Moore's law. The approach can be to enhance operating systems, compilers, software languages, and applications in that order, for maximum utilization ...


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eLearning

Digital Circuits for Mobile Computing: Optimizing Power Performance and Innovation Opportunities

Alice Wang; Hugh Mair IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, 2017

Today's mobile phone has millions of times more computing power than all of the NASA computers that put two astronauts on the moon. It is through the progress made by Moore's law and the ability of software engineers to take advantage of increased computing to create new applications that help our daily life be more efficient. There is enough computational ...


The ITRS MPU and SOC system drivers: Calibration and implications for design-based equivalent scaling in the roadmap

Wei-Ting Jonas Chan; Andrew B. Kahng; Siddhartha Nath; Ichiro Yamamoto 2014 IEEE 32nd International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD), 2014

The system driver models for microprocessor (MPU) and system-on-chip (SOC) in the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors [21] (ITRS) determine the roadmap of underlying technology requirements across devices, patterning, interconnect, test, design and other semiconductor supplier industries. In this paper, we describe several fundamental changes in the ITRS MPU and SOC system driver models as of the recently-released 2013 edition ...


Highly efficient gallium nitride transistors designed for high power density and high output current DC-DC converters

David Reusch; Johan Strydom; Alex Lidow 2014 International Power Electronics and Application Conference and Exposition, 2014

Continuing to raise the bar for power conversion performance, eGaN FETs are steadily improving performance in high power density and high current applications. In this paper we will discuss the latest developments in DC-DC converters, including a major improvement in eGaN FETs with the latest generation devices. This new family of eGaN FETs is keeping Moore's Law alive with significant ...


CeNSE: A central nervous system for the earth

Ghavam G. Shahidi 2011 IEEE Technology Time Machine Symposium on Technologies Beyond 2020, 2011

Moore's Law and the scaling of microelectronics is expected to extend to 11 nm and most probably beyond. The key challenges are lithography, and fitting the device and the interconnect into a shrinking footprint. In this paper, challenges on device will be highlighted (short channel effects, leakage, threshold and auxiliary device requirements), and interconnect (RC trends, and reliability challenges). This ...


n-Core Encore?

R. Raghuraman IEEE Potentials, 2010

Hardware multithreading is enabled in silicon for graphics chips or graphics- processing units (GPUs) and to some level in servers. The case is now being presented for software and newer applications to catch up with hardware, in particular to Moore's law. The approach can be to enhance operating systems, compilers, software languages, and applications in that order, for maximum utilization ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Sustaining Moore’s Law:Uncertainty Leading to a Certainty of IoT Revolution

    In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, in "Cramming more components onto Integrated Circuits" in Electronics Magazine (April 19, 1965), made the observation that, in the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors on integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years. Since its inception in 1965 until recent times, this law has been used in the semiconductor industry to guide investments for long-term planning as well as to set targets for research and development. These investments have helped in a productive utilization of wealth, which created more employment opportunities for semiconductor industry professionals. In this way, the development of Moore's Law has helped sustain the progress of today's knowledge-based economy. While Moore's Law has, on one hand, helped drive investments toward technological and economic growth, thereby benefiting the consumers with more powerful electronic gadgets, Moore's Law has indirectly also helped to fuel other innovatio s in the global economy. However, the Law of diminishing returns is now questioning the sustainability of further evolution of Moore's Law and its ability to sustain the progress of today's knowledge based economy. The lack of liquidity in the global economy is truly bringing the entire industry to a standstill and the dark clouds of an economic depression are hovering over the global economy. What factors have been ignored by the global semiconductor industry leading to a demise of Moore's Law? Do the existing business models prevalent in the semiconductor industry pose any problems? Have supply chains made that progress unsustainable? In today's globalized world, have businesses been able to sustain national interests while driving the progress of Moore's Law? Could the semiconductor industry help the entire global economy move toward a radiance of the new crimson dawn, beyond the veil of the darkest night by sustaining the progress of Moore's Law? The entire semiconductor ind stry is now clamoring for a fresh approach to overcome existing barriers to the progress of Moore's Law, and this book delivers just that. Moore's Law can easily continue for the foreseeable future if the chip manufacturing industry becomes sustainable by having a balanced economy. The sustainable progress of Moore's Law advocates the "heresy" of transforming the current economic orthodoxy of monopoly capitalism into free-market capitalism. The next big thing that everybody is looking forward to after mobile revolution is the "Internet of Things" (IoT) revolution. While some analysts forecast that the IoT market would achieve 5.4 billion connections worldwide by 2020, the poor consumer purchasing power in global economy makes this forecast truly questionable. Sustaining Moore's Law presents a blueprint for sustaining the progress of Moore's Law to bring about IoT Revolution in the global economy.

  • Introduction

    The first chapter is a general overview of the semiconductor industry including the influence of Moore's law on its fast pace, and gives a glimpse of its many accomplishments in a relatively short time. Many important milestones from the invention of the Planar Transistor and the Integrated Circuit to the first Power Bipolar transistor are reviewed. And coming to more modern times the introduction of dense PowerTrenchTM technology to discrete MOSFETs as well as the pioneering of switching architectures in voltage regulators for Pentium CPUs is illustrated.

  • New Prospects of Integrating Low Substrate Temperatures with Scaling-Sustained Device Architectural Innovation

    In order to sustain Moore's Law-based device scaling, principal attention has focused on toward device architectural innovations for improved device performance as per ITRS projections for technology nodes up to 10 nm. Efficient integration of lower substrate temperatures (<300K) to these innovatively configured device structures can enable the industry professionals to keep up with Moore's Law-based scaling curve conforming with ITRS projection of device performance outcome values. In this prospective review E-book, the authors have systematically reviewed the research results based on scaled device architectures, identified key bottlenecks to sustained scaling-based performance, and through original device simulation outcomes of conventional long channel MOSFET extracted the variation profile of threshold voltage as a function of substrate temperature which will be instrumental in reducing subthreshold leakage current in the temperature range 100K-300K. An exploitation methodo ogy to regulate the die temperature to enable the efficient performance of a high-density VLSI circuit is also documented in order to make the lower substrate temperature operation of VLSI circuits and systems on chip process compatible.

  • How Lithography Enables Moore&#39;s Law

    Moore's Law sets the pace for the electronics industry, delivering increasing computing capabilities at stable cost. This was driven by the steady pace of the increase of components in an integrated circuit (IC), which has to a large extent been enabled by optical lithography printing increasingly smaller electronic features on a silicon wafer. This chapter quantifies what the contribution of lithography to Moore's Law has been in the past and then discusses the future lithography options to extend Moore's Law into the future. Optical lithography has always been the workhorse for IC manufacturing. The next step for optical lithography is extreme ultraviolet (EUV), which will greatly simplify patterning and thus promises faster yield ramp and lower cost. The alternative patterning techniques, Directed self¿¿¿assembly (DSA) still needs optical lithography to guide the patterns and should thus be seen as a complementary technology.

  • Laws of the Information Age

    This chapter contains sections titled: * Moore's Law * The Putt-Brooks Law * Lessons from History * Interesting Times

  • Emerging Technologies

    The introduction of new device structures and new channel materials are expected to improve the device performance of metal¿¿¿oxide¿¿¿semiconductor field¿¿¿effect transistor (MOSFET), without depending on conventional geometrical scaling. This chapter shows the famous Moore's law for a MOSFET integrated in an electronic logic circuit, which illustrates the annual variations in the number of transistors and in transistor size in a simple way. The continued scaling of transistor dimensions and integrated density is causing major thermal management challenges on the large¿¿¿scale integrated (LSI) chip. On the other hand, they can exhibit quite different features from conventional MOSFETs, because they are ¿¿¿new¿¿¿ technologies. Most of them are caused by quantum mechanical properties of carriers. In a sense, breaking the miniaturization limit of Si MOSFETs relies on the well¿¿¿managed control of quantum mechanical effects and, therefore, the role of quantum mechanical simulation and atomistic analysis techniques will become more and more important than ever.

  • Fault Tolerant Computer Architecture

    For many years, most computer architects have pursued one primary goal: performance. Architects have translated the ever-increasing abundance of ever- faster transistors provided by Moore's law into remarkable increases in performance. Recently, however, the bounty provided by Moore's law has been accompanied by several challenges that have arisen as devices have become smaller, including a decrease in dependability due to physical faults. In this book, we focus on the dependability challenge and the fault tolerance solutions that architects are developing to overcome it. The two main purposes of this book are to explore the key ideas in fault-tolerant computer architecture and to present the current state-of-the-art - over approximately the past 10 years - in academia and industry. Table of Contents: Introduction / Error Detection / Error Recovery / Diagnosis / Self-Repair / The Future

  • Connecting Circuits

    This chapter contains sections titled: * Moore's Law Story * Edison's Electric Light * The Vacuum Tube Diode * The First Programmable Computers * ENIAC * The Transistor * How Transistors Work * Proof of Principle for the Transistor * The Microprocessor * How Microprocessors Work * Moore's Law * Patterns of Discovery * Forecast for Connecting Circuits

  • From Tool to Partner:The Evolution of Human-Computer Interaction

    <p>This is the first comprehensive history of human-computer interaction (HCI). Whether you are a user experience professional or an academic researcher, whether you identify with computer science, human factors, information systems, information science, design, or communication, you can discover how your experiences fit into the expanding field of HCI. You can determine where to look for relevant information in other fields--and where you won't find it.</p><p>This book describes the different fields that have participated in improving our digital tools. It is organized chronologically, describing major developments across fields in each period. Computer use has changed radically, but many underlying forces are constant. Technology has changed rapidly, human nature very little. An irresistible force meets an immovable object. The exponential rate of technological change gives us little time to react before technology moves on. Patterns and trajec ories described in this book provide your best chance to anticipate what could come next.</p><p>We have reached a turning point. Tools that we built for ourselves to use are increasingly influencing how we use them, in ways that are planned and sometimes unplanned. The book ends with issues worthy of consideration as we explore the new world that we and our digital partners are shaping.</p>

  • References

    Computing is usually viewed as a technology field that advances at the breakneck speed of Moore's Law. If we turn away even for a moment, we might miss a game-changing technological breakthrough or an earthshaking theoretical development. This book takes a different perspective, presenting computing as a science governed by fundamental principles that span all technologies. Computer science is a science of information processes. We need a new language to describe the science, and in this book Peter Denning and Craig Martell offer the great principles framework as just such a language. This is a book about the whole of computing -- its algorithms, architectures, and designs. Denning and Martell divide the great principles of computing into six categories: communication, computation, coordination, recollection, evaluation, and design. They begin with an introduction to computing, its history, its many interactions with other fields, its domains of practice, and the structure o the great principles framework. They go on to examine the great principles in different areas: information, machines, programming, computation, memory, parallelism, queueing, and design. Finally, they apply the great principles to networking, the Internet in particular. _Great Principles of Computing_ will be essential reading for professionals in science and engineering fields with a "computational" branch, for practitioners in computing who want overviews of less familiar areas of computer science, and for non-computer science majors who want an accessible entry way to the field.



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