09 Jul, 2021 (Fri)Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pmWebinar Link:
SpeakerProf. Kin Leong Pey
Singapore University of Technology and Design
The talk will focus on the application of advanced physical and electrical analysis techniques, such as in-situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM), conductive atomic force microscopy (CAFM) techniques and state-of-the-art electrooptical probing techniques for in-depth study and characterization of nanoscale semiconductor devices and circuits. These include FINFET technology, emerging non-volatile memory technologies such as RRAM and STT-MRAM, and 2D materials and its potential applications. A new understanding of some of the mechanisms responsible for the fundamental device reliability and lifetime projection will be discussed. Potential opportunities in using such advanced physical and electrical (and possibly combination with optical) techniques in fault isolation in sub-10nm circuits will be shared.
Biography of the speaker:
Prof. Kin Leong Pey is the associate provost of the Singapore University of Technology and Design. He was previously Head of the Microelectronics Division, Director of the Microelectronic Centre and Director of the Nanyang Nano Fabrication Center in the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Nanyang Technological University. He also holds a concurrent Fellowship appointment at the Singapore-MIT Alliance. Prof. Pey has contributed significantly to the CMOS gate dielectric reliability, especially in the areas of physical analysis of ultra-thin dielectric breakdown mechanisms. He has published more than 185 international refereed journal papers, 173 conference papers and holds 38 US patents. Prof. Pey is a senior member of IEEE and an IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer and has chaired and co-chaired various IEEE conferences. He received his Bachelor’s (1989) and Ph.D. (1994) in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.
All are welcome!!
OrganizerProf. K.K.Y. Wong
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