Advanced Silicon Semiconductor Technology: From “Small Change” to “Dee…

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12월 16일(수) 14:00부터 지능정보융합학과 세미나가 진행되오니, 많은 관심과 참여 부탁드립니다.

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■ 주제 : Advanced Silicon Semiconductor Technology: From “Small Change” to “Deep Change”

■ 연사 : 성균관대학교 신창환 교수

■ 일시 : 2020. 12. 16.  수요일  14:00 ~

■ 장소 : 코로나-19감염대비를 위해 화상으로 진행(


■ 초록  

The way how we live has been affected by silicon-based semiconductor technology. Since hand-held mobile electronic devices including smart phones are developed, human life has become more convenient and connected to everything, so that the era of “hyper-connected society” has been opened. The fundamental infrastructure of society should be built with semiconductor technology, especially complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS)technology. As CMOS devices have been scaled down over the past a few decades, the state-of-the-art CMOS technology platform has been touched down to ~10 nm technology node and beyond with commensurate performance improvement. Notwithstanding many technical solutions such as stress engineering, high-k/metal-gate, and three-dimensional device structure (e.g., Fin-shaped Field Effect Transistor, or FinFET) for aggressively scaled technology nodes, semiconductor industry is currently faced with a major technical problem as follow: Incommensurate scaling of power supply voltage (VDD ) for every CMOS generation, because of the fundamental limit called “BoltzmannTranny” (i.e., subthreshold slope &gt; 60 mV/decade at 300 K, resulting in soaring-up power density in IC). In order to overcome the physical limit in CMOS devices, negative capacitance field effect transistor (NCFET) with ferroelectric material has been proposed and considered as one of the promising devices. In this talk, the super steep switching device technology using the negative capacitance is to be introduced. 

■ 약력


2000 ~ 2006 EE, Korea University (B.S.)

2006 ~ 2011 EECS, University of California Berkeley (Ph.D.) (Advisor: Professor Tsu-Jae King Liu)


Work Experience

2018 ~ now Associate Professor, ECE, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)

2017 ~ now Independent Director (Audit Committee), SK hynix

2012 ~ 2018 Associate/Assistant Professor, ECE, University of Seoul

2011 ~ 2012 Xilinx Inc. (San Jose, CA, USA)

2010 ~ 2010 IBM Corp. (East Fishkill, NY, USA)