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Future Trends in Microelectronics Frontiers and Innovations

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Summary

Leaders in the field predict the future of the microelectronics industry

This seventh volume of Future Trends in Microelectronics summarizes and synthesizes the latest high-level scientific discussions to emerge from the Future Trends in Microelectronics international workshop, which has occurred every three years since 1995. It covers the full scope of cutting-edge topics in microelectronics, from new physical principles (quantum computing, correlated electrons), to new materials (piezoelectric nanostructures, terahertz plasmas), to emerging device technologies (embedded magnetic memories, spin lasers, and biocompatible microelectronics).

An ideal book for microelectronics professionals and students alike, this volume of Future Trends in Microelectronics:

  • Identifies the direction in which microelectronics is headed, enabling readers to move forward with research in an informed, efficient, and profitable manner
  • Includes twenty-nine contributor chapters by international authorities from leading universities, major semiconductor companies, and government laboratories
  • Provides a unified, cohesive exploration of various trends in microelectronics, looking to future opportunities, rather than past successes

Author Biography

SERGE LURYI is a Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Stony Brook University, and Director of the New York State Center for Advanced Technology in Sensor Systems. He has published over 240 papers and has been awarded fifty-one U.S. patents.

JIMMY XU is the Charles C. Tillinghast Jr. '32 University Professor of Engineering and Physics at Brown University. Previously, he was the James Ham Chair in Optoelectronics and the Nortel Chair Professor, as well as director of the Nortel Institute for Telecommunications at the University of Toronto. He is a Fellow of the AAAS, APS, Guggenheim Foundation, IEEE, and Institute of Physics.

ALEX ZASLAVSKY is a Professor of Engineering and Physics at Brown University. He has published over 100 journal papers and book chapters, and co-edited seven books in the microelectronics field. He is also an editor of the Solid-State Electronics international journal.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
S. Luryi, J. M. Xu and A Zaslavsky

I INNOVATIONS IN ELECTRONICS AND SYSTEMS 1

Technology Innovation, Reshaping the Microelectronics Industry 4
K. Kim and U.-I. Chung

Challenges and Limits for Very Low Energy Computation 49
F. Balestra

Getting Rid of the DRAM Capacitor 59
N. Rodriguez, F. Gamiz and S. Cristoloveanu

Physics and Design of Nanoscale Field Effect Diodes for Memory and ESD Protection Applications 73
D. E. Ioannou, Z. Chbili, A. Z. Badwan, Q. Li, Y. Yang and A. A. Salman

Sharp-Switching CMOS-Compatible Devices with High Current Drive 81
J. Wan, S. Cristoloveanu, S. T. Le, A. Zaslavsky, C. Le Royer, S. A. Dayeh, D. E. Perea and S. T. Picraux

Magnetic Tunnel Junctions with a Composite Free layer: A New Concept for Future Universal memory 93
A. Makarov, V. Sverdlov and S. Selberherr

Silicon Carbide High Temperature Electronics – Is This Rocket Science? 102
C. –M. Zetterling

Microchip Post-Processing: There is Plenty of Room at the Top 110
J. Schmitz

EUV Lithography: Today and Tomorrow 120
V. Y. Banine

Manufacturability and Nanoelectronic Performance 133
M. J. Kelly

II OPTOELECTRONICS IN THE NANO AGE 139

Ultrafast Nanophotonic Devices For Optical Interconnects 142
N. N. Ledentsov, V. A. Shchukin and J. A. Lott

Will Optical Communications Meet the Challenges of the Future? 160
D. K. Mynbaev

Optical Antennae for Optoelectronics: Impacts, Promises, and Limitations 173
H. Mohseni

Spin Modulation: Teaching Lasers New Tricks 183
J. Lee, G. Boéris, R. Oszwaldowski, K. Výborný, C. Gøthgen and I ?utić

Silicon Photovoltaics: Accelerating to Grid Parity 194
M. R. Pinto

Two- and Three-Dimensional Numerical Simulation of Advanced Silicon Solar Cells 210
E. Sangiorgi, M. Zanuccoli, R. De Rose, P. Magnone and C. Fiegna

Mechanical Energy harvesting with Piezoelectric Nanostructures: Great Expectations for Autonomous Systems 230
G. Ardila, R. Hinchet, L. Montès and M. Mouis

Charged Quantum Dots for Photovoltaic Conversion and IR Sensing 244
A. Sergeev, V. Mitin, N. Vagidov and K. Sablon

Active Optomecjanical Resonators 254
D. Princepe, L. Barea, G. O. Luiz, G. Wiederhecker and N. C. Frateschi

IV PHYSICS FRONTIERS 263

State of the Art and Prospects for Quantum Computing 266
M. I. Dyakonov

Wireless, Implantable Neuroprosthesis: Applying Advanced Technology to Untether the Mind 286
D. A. Borton and A. V. Nurmikko

Correlated Electrons: A Platform for Solid State Devices 300
S. D. Ha, Y. Zhou, R. Jaramillo and S. Ramanathan

Graphene-Based Integrated Electronic, Photonic and Spintronic Circuit 308
A. D. Güçlü, P. Potasz and P. Hawrylak

Luttinger Liquid Behavior of Long GaAs Quantum Wires 319
E. Levy, I. Sternfeld, M. Eshkol, M. Karpovski, A. Palevski, B. Dwir, A. Rudra, E. Kapon and Y. Oreg

Toward Spin Electronic Devices Based on Semiconductor Nanowires 328
S. Heedt, I. Wehrmann, K. Weis, H. Hardtdegen, D. Grützmacher, Th. Schäpers, C. Morgan, D. E. Bürgler and R. Calarco

An Alternative Path for the Fabrication of Self-Assembled III-Nitride Nanowires 340
A. Haab, M. Mikulics, T. Stoica, B. Kardynal, A. Winden, H. Hardtdegen, D. Grützmacher and E. Sutter

InAs Nanowires with Surface States as Building Blocks for Tube-Like Electrical Sensing Transitors 351
N. V. Demarina, M. I. Lepsa and D. Grützmacher

Lévy Flight of Photoexcited Minority Carriers in Moderately Doped Semiconductors: Theory and Observation 359
A. Subashiev and S. Luryi

Terahertz Plasma Oscillations in Field Effect transistors: Main Ideas and Experimental Facts 373
W. Knap and M. I. Dyakonov

INDEX 395



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