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2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


2020 IEEE International Magnetic Conference (INTERMAG)

INTERMAG is the premier conference on all aspects of applied magnetism and provides a range of oral and poster presentations, invited talks and symposia, a tutorial session, and exhibits reviewing the latest developments in magnetism.


2019 IEEE 15th International Conference on Control and Automation (ICCA)

The 15th IEEE International Conference on Control and Automation (IEEE ICCA 2019) will be held Tuesday through Friday, July 16-19, 2019, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The conference is jointly organized by IEEE Control Systems Chapter, Singapore, and IEEE Control Chapter for United Kingdom and Ireland. It is technically sponsored by IEEE Control Systems Society. It aims to create a forum for scientists and practising engineers throughout the world to present the latest research findings and ideas in the areas of control and automation, and possible contributions toward sustainable development and environment preservation. The conference is featured with the Best Paper Award and the Best Student Paper Award.


2019 IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contracts

The Holm Conference provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments in the field of electric contacts and the application of recent advances in materials and processes in electric, electronic and telecommunication equipment.


2018 12th International Conference on Reliability, Maintainability, and Safety (ICRMS)

The conference will bring together the expertise of the academic, technical and management communities for facilitating cross-fertilization to share in ”Reliability, Maintainability & Safety for Intelligent Manufacturing” in different areas of research and application, such as instrumentation, automation control, mechanical engineering, aviation, aerospace, automotive, transportation, electric power, petrochemical, civil engineering, electronic and electrical engineering, communication, computer network etc.


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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on

Science and technology related to the basic physics and engineering of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, magnetic devices, and magnetic data storage. The Transactions publishes scholarly articles of archival value as well as tutorial expositions and critical reviews of classical subjects and topics of current interest.


Spectrum, IEEE

IEEE Spectrum Magazine, the flagship publication of the IEEE, explores the development, applications and implications of new technologies. It anticipates trends in engineering, science, and technology, and provides a forum for understanding, discussion and leadership in these areas. IEEE Spectrum is the world's leading engineering and scientific magazine. Read by over 300,000 engineers worldwide, Spectrum provides international coverage of all ...



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Comparison of Two Temporary Carriers for Test and Burn-In of Memory Die

Proceedings of the International Conference on Multichip Modules, 1994

Die-Level-Bum-In (DLBI) approaches based on temporary bare die carriers are emerging in the industry as a practical, near-term solution for the production of known-good-die requiring bum-in. The goal for carrier development for test and burn-in is a cost-effective, bare die contact and. fixturing approach for both peripheral and array contacts as well as wire bond and bumped die. We are ...


The dynamics of 'micro' sliders using laser doppler vibrometrix

1990 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 1990

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Experimental study of dropout signal loss

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1980

Thin layers of magnetic medium are burnished away from a flexible disk surface to study the read signal loss as a function of decreasing medium thickness. Substantially larger signal loss is observed as compared to the case when reading over scratches of equivalent depths. The results are found to be consistent with Iwasaki and Suzuki's write field model, which shows ...


A new Magnetic Disk-with Servo Pattern Embedded Under Recording Iayer

1997 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 1997

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Recording styli, the burnishing facet, and a process for resharpening

Electrical Engineering, 1951

A simple and inexpensive process for resharpening sapphire, stellite, and steel recording styli has been revealed. The method involves immersing the stylus in a sodium hydroxide solvent instead of regrinding the tool.


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  • Comparison of Two Temporary Carriers for Test and Burn-In of Memory Die

    Die-Level-Bum-In (DLBI) approaches based on temporary bare die carriers are emerging in the industry as a practical, near-term solution for the production of known-good-die requiring bum-in. The goal for carrier development for test and burn-in is a cost-effective, bare die contact and. fixturing approach for both peripheral and array contacts as well as wire bond and bumped die. We are using both an FSRAM and a DRAM die to evaluate two bare die carrier technologies. The carriers differ in the type of bump used to contact the die ("piercing" vs. "burnishing" contacts) and in the design of the fixture used to hold the die in contact with the carrier. Mechanical evaluations include measurements of critical carrier features such as bump height, die alignment guide and aluminum bond pad damage caused by the carrier contacts. Contact integrity and the impact of bare-die test and burn-in on subsequent wirebond strength is being evaluated. Functionality of both carrier designs has been demonstrated by successful memory burn-in and at-speed test for both die types.

  • The dynamics of 'micro' sliders using laser doppler vibrometrix

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  • Experimental study of dropout signal loss

    Thin layers of magnetic medium are burnished away from a flexible disk surface to study the read signal loss as a function of decreasing medium thickness. Substantially larger signal loss is observed as compared to the case when reading over scratches of equivalent depths. The results are found to be consistent with Iwasaki and Suzuki's write field model, which shows that a significant reduction in the recorded magnetization occurs due to the presence of a demagnetizing field within the medium. In addition, the results are used to predict qualitatively the variation of the recorded magnetization with depth.

  • A new Magnetic Disk-with Servo Pattern Embedded Under Recording Iayer

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  • Recording styli, the burnishing facet, and a process for resharpening

    A simple and inexpensive process for resharpening sapphire, stellite, and steel recording styli has been revealed. The method involves immersing the stylus in a sodium hydroxide solvent instead of regrinding the tool.

  • Burnishing of ultrathin carbon overcoat-towards further low glide height [hard disks]

    The buffing process plays an essential role in the production of high- performance magnetic recording drives. The typical manufacturing process for magnetic thin film disks includes both carbon buffing and lubricant buffing. Carbon buffing involves polishing and texturing the carbon surface to create a degree of roughness, while lube buffing is done to ensure that the lubricant is evenly spread over the disk surface. However, not much is known about the tribological issues of this process. In this paper, experimental data of carbon buffing effects on surface roughness and contact angle and lube buffing effects on lubricant bonding and film uniformity are presented. The feasibility of integrating current magnetic hard disk manufacturing processes is also discussed in this paper.

  • Perpendicular Media Overcoat Coverage Challenge

    The perpendicular media investigated employed silicon oxide in the recording layer to facilitate grain segregation, as reported. Overcoat used for these studies includes sputtered CNx, SiNx and ion beam carbon. Method for corrosion assessment includes (1) ICP-MS measurement of extractable Co, (2) Electrochemical polarization curve, and (3) Temperature and Relative Humidity (T&RH) condensation test. Roughness-induced challenges on subsequent post processing steps is reported. Because PMR media is reported to have high surface roughness, our first study has been designed to quantify overcoat coverage limit and compare that with longitudinal media.

  • Improving Hard Disk Drive Unloading Performance With a Disk Bump

    Most hard disk drives use ramp load/unload (L/UL) technology because of its many advantages. However, L/UL does have some unresolved drawbacks, such as slider-disk contact during fast unloading. The main objective of our research is to examine the use of a bump on the outer edge of the disk to prevent contact with the disk by the rebounding slider and to improve ramp unloading performance. In particular, this paper focuses on experimental verification of the design of the disk bump that resulted from our previous research. We formed the disk bump on the disk surface using mechanical pressing with tungsten tips and tested the effect of the bump in unloading experiments. An investigation of the acoustic emission burst signal and its power spectrum confirmed that the optimal disk bump prevented slider-disk contact. This improves the ramp unloading performance.

  • Effects of suspension limitors on the dynamic load/unload process: numerical sumiulation

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  • Effects of media burnish capability to head-disk clearance

    As flying height is reduced to less than 10 nm, media morphology, overcoat, and lubricant start to have a significant effect in conditioning the head in the early stage of flying. Typical thermal pole tip protrusion (PTP) in the head writing process will further reduce the head-disk clearance and enhance the media burnishing effect on the trailing edge of the flying head. However, excessive burnishing could further damage the head. A properly designed media surface can burnish the head protrusion to maintain head-disk clearance. To observe the burnishing effects of the media surface, heads with a specially designed slider to increase head-disk interference during flying are used with an in-situ acoustic emission monitoring scheme to study the rate of head protrusion adjustment during proximity flying. Various surface textures, overcoat properties, and lubricant thickness are used to measure the media's burnishing power. It is found that surface microscopic features, especially in the circumferential direction, contribute significantly to the reduction of the media's burnishing power. A semi-analytical wear model and simulation are established to explain the texture effects. The overcoat hardness and lubricant coverage effects are also noted in the wear model and verified by experimental observation.



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