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CMOS gate-stack scaling-- materials, interfaces and reliability implications
Alexander A. Demkov
|Statement||editors, Alexander A. Demkov ... [et al.].|
|Series||MRS proceedings -- v. 1155, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings -- v. 1155.|
|Contributions||Materials Research Society. Meeting, Symposium C, "CMOS Gate-Stack Scaling-- Materials, Interfaces and Reliability Implications" (2009 : San Francisco, Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||TK7871.99.M44 C5725 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||2011294341|
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Scaling CMOS gate-stack scaling-- materials materials & devices Article (PDF Available) in Materials Today 7(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Chapter 1 provides a brief overview of the challenges facing the circuit and physical designers in the nano‐CMOS technology nodes and the need for a paradigm shift in the design methodology that can effectively deal with the pitfalls as a result of CMOS gate-stack scaling-- materials new and newly exacerbated physical effects due to process scaling.
Gate Stack. Gate stack is a major concern to achieve high-performance Ge-based devices and can directly impact the subthreshold leakage in the off state and transport in the on-state device operation regimes.
From: High Mobility Materials for CMOS Applications, Related terms: Dielectrics; Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor. A schematic cross-section of an UTB FDSOI structure is shown in Fig. 2, and two diagrams of a FinFET, one type of UTB multiple-gate structure, are shown in Fig.
SOI devices have a SiO 2 layer (the buried oxide or BOX) on top of the substrate and a film of single-crystal Si on top of the BOX. The device is fabricated in the top Si layer. The top Si layer of the UTB SOI device is ultra Cited by: Volume (Symposium C – CMOS Gate-Stack Scaling–Materials, Interfaces and Reliability Implications)C Experimental Evidence of Long-Range Point Defect-Phosphorous Pair Diffusion in SiliconCited by: 1.
An extensive discussion on the High-κ Metal Gate (HKMG) Stack for Si-based MOSFETs has been reviewed in this paper. The implementation of High-κ oxides is a developing strategy to allow more miniaturization of microelectronic components, for the sake of scaling down that predicted by Moore's Law.
The main advantage of Silica (SiO 2) as a traditional gate oxide is that it can be thermally. Volume (Symposium C – CMOS Gate-Stack Scaling–Materials, Interfaces and Reliability Implications)C Atomic Layer Deposition of Metal Oxide Films on GaAs () surfacesAuthor: Theodosia Gougousi, John W.
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Fall Meeting;]. gate stack, are reaching fundamental physical limits. Figure is a schematic cross-section across a CMOS structure which indicates the areas where novel materials and process Figure Schematic cross-section through a conventional CMOS gate stack indicating the areas where novel materials and integration challenges exist.
Gate ElectrodeFile Size: 1MB. Scaling (for enhanced performance, increased functionality and cost reduction reasons) has pushed existing CMOS materials much closer to their intrinsic reliability limits. This will require that designers pay very close attention to both front-end-of-line (FEOL) and back-end-of-line (BEOL) reliability issues.
As for the FEOL reliability issues, hyper-thin gate oxide leakage, time-dependent. Materials Science and Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TXUSA Abstract The scaling of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) transistors has led to the silicon dioxide layer used as a gate dielectric becoming so thin that the gate leakage current becomes too large.
Abstract: Scaling transistors and following Moore's law have served the industry well for more than 50 years in providing integrated circuits that are denser, cheaper, higher performance, and lower power.
And despite occasional reports of its demise, Moore's law is alive and well. But progress in scaling CMOS has not come easily. We've had to continually invent and introduce new materials and Cited by: Future CMOS scaling and reliability Abstract: The goals and constraints of MOSFET scaling are reviewed, and the role of reliability constraints is highlighted.
It is concluded that judicial shrinking of MOSFET device dimensions can sustain the historical trend of scaling through the mu m (4-Gb SRAM) generation of technology, which may be Cited by: Gate Dielectric Scaling for High-Performance CMOS: from SiO2/PolySi to High-K/Metal-Gate Robert Chau Intel Fellow Technology and Manufacturing Group Intel Corporation November 06 Robert Chau Intel Corporation 1.
Many of the problems encountered in the world of CMOS are also relevant for other semiconductors such as GaAs. A comprehensive review of recent developments in this field is thus also given.
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