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Emerging Research Materials and Processes Session 2015



Emerging Research, Materials and Processes Session 2015

Potential Solutions to Semiconductor Industry’s Challenges



Date: 6 October 2015

Time: 13:45 - 17:00

Location: TechARENA 1, Messe Dresden



The nanoelectronics research community is continuously exploring a range of new materials to enable further scaling of semiconductor devices and associated technologies, as well as many potential methods to create these materials with methods that allow utilization for future technology nodes. In this session several of these new materials and process developments will be discussed by experts in the specific fields. Focus will be on the unique properties of the materials or processes, what makes them specifically suitable for targeted applications, how they are characterized and/or how they can be fabricated. Among the topics to be presented are the newest developments for GaN processing, Two-dimensional semiconductors devices and fabrication, Metal Organic Frameworks as low-k materials, Advanced memory materials such as FeRAM or MRAM Spintronics, and Selective Atomic Layer Deposition.


Organizing Committee:

> Semiconductor Technology Programs Committee (STC)


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