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September 22, 2008

All-day Mini-Colloquium: New Frontiers of Compact Modeling

by @ 1:01 pm. Filed under ALL, Electronics Design, Engineering Mgmt, Semiconductors

FRIDAY October 10, 2008
SCV Electron Devices Chapter
Speakers: from Silterra USA, University of Central Florida, McMaster University, Hiroshima University, UC-SD, UT-Austin plus student poster papers
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: none (includes lunch)
Place: Santa Clara University, Santa Clara
RSVP: Pre-registration should be sent to Amber Dela Cruz, by Tuesday, October 7th – please include your name and affiliation

The IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Compact Modeling Technical Committee in collaboration with IEEE Santa Clara Valley (SCV) EDS chapter and IEEE Santa Clara University Student chapter has organized a mini-colloquium on October 10, 2008. The main focus area of the colloquium is â??New frontiers of compact modeling.???

9:00 AM: Registration

9:20 AM: Introduction: Dr. S.K. Saha, Silterra USA Inc.,

9:20 AM: Welcome Address, Prof. C. Yang, Chair, Electrical Engineering Department, Santa Clara University,

9:30 AM â?? 12:00 Noon: Session I Chair: Prof. T. Yamada, Santa Clara University

9:30 AM: Compact modeling of silicon controlled rectifier for electrostatic discharge (ESD) computeraided design applications, Prof. J.J. Liou, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.

10:20 AM: Noise issues in advanced silicon devices and circuits, Prof. M.J. Deen, McMaster Univ.

11:10 AM: Modeling and characterization of RF/analog and noise using HiSIM2, Prof. N. Sadachika, Hiroshima University

12:00 PM â?? 2:00 PM: Lunch Break & Student Poster Session

2:00 PM â?? 5:00 PM: Session II; Chair: Dr. J. Prasad, DSM Solutions Inc

2:00 PM: Compact modeling of multiple-gate MOSFETs, Prof. Y. Taur, J. Song, and B. Yu (speaker), University of California â?? San Diego

2:50 PM: Nanoscale MOSFET physics: Observations from non-compact modeling studies, Prof. L.F. Register, University of Texas, Austin

3:40 PM: Wafer bonding for heterogeneous integration, Prof. P.K. Yu, University of California â?? San Diego

4:30 PM: Closing Remarks: Dr. S.K. Saha, IEEE EDS Compact Modeling Technical Committee

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