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2020 IEEE 70th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC)

ECTC is the premier international conference sponsored by the IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Society. ECTC paper comprise a wide spectrum of topics, including 3D packaging, electronic components, materials, assembly, interconnections, device and system packaging, optoelectronics, reliability, and simulation.


2020 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts who work and conduct research in the industrial applications of electrical systems.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS)

IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society.


2020 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS)

The International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society and the world’s premier networking and exchange forum for researchers in the highly active fields of theory, design and implementation of circuits and systems. ISCAS2020 focuses on the deployment of CASS knowledge towards Society Grand Challenges and highlights the strong foundation in methodology and the integration of multidisciplinary approaches which are the distinctive features of CAS contributions. The worldwide CAS community is exploiting such CASS knowledge to change the way in which devices and circuits are understood, optimized, and leveraged in a variety of systems and applications.


2020 IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC)

Promote science and engineering of photovoltaic materials, devices, systems and applications


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The corrosion behavior of Ag alloy wire bond on Al pad in molding compounds of various chlorine contents under biased-HAST

2016 International Conference on Electronics Packaging (ICEP), 2016

The present article investigated the performance and corrosion behavior between Ag alloy wire bond and Al pad under molding compounds of different chlorine contents. The epoxy molding compounds (EMCs) were categorized as ultra-high chlorine, high chlorine and low chlorine, respectively, with 18.3 and 4.1 ppm chlorine contents. The ball bonds were stressed under 130°C/85%RH with biased voltage of 10V. The ...


Gray Scale and Edge Detecting Method To Extract Raw Data in The Diffusivity Measurement System

2018 3rd International Seminar on Sensors, Instrumentation, Measurement and Metrology (ISSIMM), 2018

The two-liquid diffusion process in a transparent container can be observed based on the laser beam deflection through it. A digital camera is connected to a computer to take laser beam traces on the screen and processing in the form of several image filtering procedures and algorithms to develop the digital value of the laser beam coordinates captured on the ...


A new method to manufacture parylene microcapillaries

2018 IEEE Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), 2018

A new way to fabricate extremely long and uniform Parylene microcapillaries with a minimum inner diameter of 3 μm and a length exceeding 30 cm is reported here. The method starts with drawing sacrificial poly(ethylene carbonate) (PEC) fibers from its chloroform solution and then forms hollow capillaries by coating the fibers with Parylene and removing the sacrificial PEC at its ...


Study of variation in thickness of poly(n-vinylcarbazole) [PVK] thin films in different solvents for static dispense spin coating method

2018 2nd International Conference on Electronics, Materials Engineering & Nano-Technology (IEMENTech), 2018

We report the effect of evaporation rate of solvents (chloroform and chlorobenzene) over the thickness of spin coated PVK thin films and turn-on voltage of fabricated organic light emitting devices(OLEDs). In our work, experiments are performed for static dispense spin coating procedure in which the dispensed drops of PVK solution are made to wait for a finite time before spinning. ...


Preparation of multi-walled carbon nanotubes/polydimethylsiloxane composite for electronic skin application

2018 IEEE 8th International Nanoelectronics Conferences (INEC), 2018

We compared the six common organic solvents in the solution blending method to prepare MWCNT/PDMS composite, including toluene, ethanol, chloroform, n-hexane, tetrahydrofuran (THF) and dimethylformamide (DMF). We proposed the best choice of organic solvents by comparing the dispersion performance of MWCNT and the stability of MWCNT/PDMS. Then, we present the preparation and micromolding of MWCNT/PDMS composite.


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  • The corrosion behavior of Ag alloy wire bond on Al pad in molding compounds of various chlorine contents under biased-HAST

    The present article investigated the performance and corrosion behavior between Ag alloy wire bond and Al pad under molding compounds of different chlorine contents. The epoxy molding compounds (EMCs) were categorized as ultra-high chlorine, high chlorine and low chlorine, respectively, with 18.3 and 4.1 ppm chlorine contents. The ball bonds were stressed under 130°C/85%RH with biased voltage of 10V. The interfacial evolution between Ag alloy wire bond and Al pad was investigated in EMC of three chlorine contents after the biased-HAST test. The Ag bonding wires used in the plastic ball grid array (PBGA) package include low Ag wire (89wt%) and high Ag alloy wire (97wt%). The as bonded wire bond exhibits an average Ag-Al IMC thickness of ~0.56 μm in both types of Ag alloy wire. Two Cu-Al IMC layers, AgAl2and Ag4Al, analyzed by EDX were formed after 96h of biased-HAST test. The joint failed in 96h and 480h, respectively, under high chlorine content EMC. The joint lasts longer than 1056h with low chlorine content EMC. The corrosion of IMC formed between Ag alloy wire and Al pad, occurs in the high Ag content alloy wire. The results of EDX analysis indicate that the chlorine ion diffuses from molding compound to IMC through the crack formed between IMC and Al pad. Al2O3was formed within the IMC layer. It is believed the existence of Al2O3accelerates the penetration of the chlorine ion and thus the corrosion.

  • Gray Scale and Edge Detecting Method To Extract Raw Data in The Diffusivity Measurement System

    The two-liquid diffusion process in a transparent container can be observed based on the laser beam deflection through it. A digital camera is connected to a computer to take laser beam traces on the screen and processing in the form of several image filtering procedures and algorithms to develop the digital value of the laser beam coordinates captured on the screen. Extracting image data into numerical data for the next calculation process must represent the image curve approaching the original curve when the numerical data is plotted. Some algorithms based on the OpenCV programming language was constructed, such as grayscale and applied Canny Edge Detection show significant laser beam traces and specified coordinate values. Canny Edge Detection produces sharper image data and more precise numerical data compared to previous experiments using grayscale, eroded and dilution image processing algorithms. For comprehensive observation, the character of this system is discussed with reference to the Sodium Chloride solution as an observation object. The result of the diffusivity in this experiment was 1.386 × 10-5cm2/s. It was found in a good agreement within an error bar to a reference, indicating the system is running well.

  • A new method to manufacture parylene microcapillaries

    A new way to fabricate extremely long and uniform Parylene microcapillaries with a minimum inner diameter of 3 μm and a length exceeding 30 cm is reported here. The method starts with drawing sacrificial poly(ethylene carbonate) (PEC) fibers from its chloroform solution and then forms hollow capillaries by coating the fibers with Parylene and removing the sacrificial PEC at its thermolytic temperature. For the fiber drawing, the relation of fiber diameter to other parameters including drawing speed, fiber aspect ratio, solution viscosity and solvent evaporation rate are studied at 0 and 25 °C. It is found that 0 °C is near the optimal temperature in terms of fiber diameter uniformity. Finally, this work also reports a self-expelling mechanism of the molten PEC at its thermolytic temperature from inside the Parylene-coated PEC fibers, which greatly reduces the sacrificial time to only tens of minutes.

  • Study of variation in thickness of poly(n-vinylcarbazole) [PVK] thin films in different solvents for static dispense spin coating method

    We report the effect of evaporation rate of solvents (chloroform and chlorobenzene) over the thickness of spin coated PVK thin films and turn-on voltage of fabricated organic light emitting devices(OLEDs). In our work, experiments are performed for static dispense spin coating procedure in which the dispensed drops of PVK solution are made to wait for a finite time before spinning. It is found that the high evaporation rate solvent has higher sensitivity to wait-time-to-spin as opposed to low evaporation rate solvent. The increased turn-on voltage for devices with high evaporation rate solvent proved that the thickness of PVK thin film increases with wait time for chloroform. We observed relatively lesser change in turn-on voltages for chlorobenzene based OLEDs possibly because of low evaporation rate resulting in smaller changes in thickness of PVK layer.

  • Preparation of multi-walled carbon nanotubes/polydimethylsiloxane composite for electronic skin application

    We compared the six common organic solvents in the solution blending method to prepare MWCNT/PDMS composite, including toluene, ethanol, chloroform, n-hexane, tetrahydrofuran (THF) and dimethylformamide (DMF). We proposed the best choice of organic solvents by comparing the dispersion performance of MWCNT and the stability of MWCNT/PDMS. Then, we present the preparation and micromolding of MWCNT/PDMS composite.

  • Study on the Preparation and Performance Evaluation of a New High Efficiency and Environmental Protection Economic Snow Melting Agent

    Based on the snowmelt mechanism and corrosion mechanism, considering the economic, performance and environmental indicators, taking the traditional chloride as the breakthrough point, we studied the synergistic effect of different chlorides and the role of auxiliaries, and made an efficient, environmentally friendly and economical new snow melting agent. The test results show that the melting ability, freezing point, corrosion rate and corrosion degree of the snow melting agent are better than those of the commonly used snowmelt agents, and all indicators are in line with or better than the national standard requirements. Therefore, it is suitable for a large number of popularization and application.

  • Polymer/Ag Nanoparticles Composite for Chloroform Detection

    In this paper we report on changes in the extinction spectra of a nanocomposite consisting of Ag nanoparticles arranged in 2D array and embedded into poly(glycidyl methacrylate) host matrix. Two collective surface plasmon modes denoted as P and T were identified in the spectrum. They associated with electric dipoles perpendicular and parallel to the plane of the array respectively. It was found experimentally that intensity and bandwidth of corresponding bands decrease when the nanocomposite is exposed to chloroform vapor. At the same time, both plasmon bands shift toward shorter wavelength. Those dependences can be explained by weakening of the electrodynamic coupling between LSPR in neighboring nanoparticles due to the increase of the distance between particles caused by swelling of the polymer matrix. The spectral changes are fully reversible. It was found that sensitivity of the nanocomposite sensor to chloroform vapor is 0.02 nm/ppm with the response time t-25 s.

  • Hydrogen Leakage Detectors Based on a Polymer Microfiber Decorated With Pd Nanoparticles

    Taking advantage of hydrogen absorption properties of Pd, we developed herein a hydrogen sensor (0-1 vol%) based on a poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) microfiber decorated with Pd nanoparticles. The sensitivity of the hydrogen sensor was determined by the diameter and sensing length of the Pd-decorated PMMA microfiber. Thus, the hydrogen sensor showed a sensitivity of 4.5×10-4 nm/ppm for a microfiber having a diameter and a sensing length of 28 and 473 μm, respectively. The sensitivity was further increased up to 5.3 × 10-4 nm/ppm by extending the sensing length of the microfiber to 728 μm. When comparing the hydrogen sensing characteristics of pure- and decorated-PMMA microfibers, a significant improvement in sensitivity was obtained for the modified material which was attributed to the introduction of Pd nanoparticles.

  • A Flexible Tactile Sensor With Good Consistency

    In recent years, tactile sensors have experienced tremendous progress. Among them, piezoresistive tactile sensors using nanocomposites exhibit good flexibility and sensitivity. Due to their low cost and good performance, piezoresistive tactile sensors have great potential for large-scale commercialization. However, the drawbacks are equally obvious, i.e., poor consistency and low-sensing range. The fundamental reason is that conductive fillers have poor decentralization in polymer and lacks an effective structural design. To solve these problems, we compared six common organic solvents in the solution blending method to prepare the multi-walled carbon nanotubes/polydimethylsiloxane (MWCNT/PDMS) composite. The optimal organic solvent by comparing the dispersion performance of MWCNT and the stability of MWCNT/PDMS is presented. Moreover, the well-consistent tactile sensors were proposed and fabricated using the micro-electromechanical systems technologies. The sensitivity reached 6.25% KPa-1, and the reproducibility test of the same sensor has been performed. The result proves that the proposed schemes for nano-materials preparation and processing have greatly improved the consistency of the piezoresistive tactile sensors.

  • In Vitro Anticancer Efficacy of Six Different Clinically Approved Types of Liquids Exposed to Physical Plasma

    Colorectal cancer metastasis often occurs before clinical diagnosis and leads to diffuse spread of tumor nodules in the peritoneal cavity and peritoneal carcinomatosis. These small lesions are difficult to remove surgically and poor prognosis. Current options in palliation include ionizing radiation and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy that lead to severe side effects. In previous research, oxidant-enriched solutions, like physical plasma-treated cell culture medium, showed therapeutic potential in diminishing cancer growth of peritoneal lesions. However, the applicability of cell culture medium in clinical settings is limited. To this end, we compared the tumor-toxic activity of six clinically approved liquids following plasma treatment in vitro in murine CT26 colorectal cancer cells. Changes and stability of pH- value and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) were assessed. Exposing colorectal cancer cells to these physical plasma-treated liquids reduced their metabolic activity, and created a distinct morphological alterations and a reduction in cell motility. While some solutions such as Ringer’s lactate show good effects, we found plasma-treated sodium chloride (NaCl) to perform consistently well in terms of H2O2 stability and cytotoxicity. In conclusion, several of the investigated liquids may be suitable as plasma-treated liquid for anticancer peritoneal lavage with NaCl giving the best in vitro results in our hands.



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