IEEE CAS/SSCS, CTCN, EDS Joint Meeting, Wednesday, January 25, 2017: "A Review of IEDM 2016 (International Electron Devices Meeting)

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IEEE CAS/SSCS, CTCN, EDS Joint Meeting, Wednesday, January 25, 2017: "A Review of IEDM 2016 (International Electron Devices Meeting)"

Biography: Dr. Betty Prince is CEO of Memory Strategies International. She has also  worked with Texas Instruments, NV Philips, Motorola, RCA and Fairchild.  She is author of several books on memory technology including: Semiconductor Memories (1992), High Performance Memories (1999), 3D Vertical Memory Technologies (2014) (all John Wiley & Sons), and Emerging Memories - Technologies and Trends, (2002) (Springer). She is a Senior Life Member of the IEEE and has served as an IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecturer. She  founded the JEDEC JC-16 Interface Committee and was Co-Chair of the JC42.2 SRAM Standards Committee.  She has served on the Technical Advisory Board of several memory companies and on the Board of Directors of Mosaid Technologies. She holds patents in the memory, processor and interface areas. She has a B.S. and M.S. in physics and math  from UNM and U. of Calif., Berkeley, and an M.B.A and Ph.D. from UT with doctoral dissertation on fractal modeling.

Abstract: The annual IEDM is the Premier Electron Devices Conference.  Papers shown at this conference describe technologies that may go into production several years hence or may not.  Topics covered at the 2016 IEDM included technology scaling, chips for artificial intelligence and IoT, 3D integration, and various memory devices.  Technologies to be reviewed in this talk include: advanced platform technologies, 3D memory and emerging memory advances including MRAMs and RRAMs; 2D devices such as Carbon Nanotube Logic and 1D materials (graphene and MoS); 3D process technology; charge based memories such as MONOS, 3D-NAND Flash, Ferroelectric FETS; and tunnel FETs.  Other topics also at the IEDM which will be mentioned but not reviewed include: optoelectronics, displays, sensors, MEMs, power devices, advanced numerical models, simulations,  and various reliability issues.

Food and beverage provided.  Registration is required for admittance to the building.  Registration closes at 6pm CST, Monday, January 23.



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  • 11501 Alterra Parkway
  • Austin, Texas
  • United States 78758
  • Building: Amazon
  • Room Number: 2nd Floor Conference Rm

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  • Bill Martino, Chairman IEEE Central Texas Consultants Network

  • Co-sponsored by CTS CAS/SSCS, CTS EDS
  • Starts 27 December 2016 12:00 AM
  • Ends 23 January 2017 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
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Dr. Betty Prince of Memory Strategies International

Topic:

A Review of IEDM 2016 (International Electron Devices Meeting)







The annual IEDM is the Premier Electron Devices Conference.  Papers shown at this conference describe technologies that may go into production several years hence or may not.  Topics covered at the 2016 IEDM included technology scaling, chips for artificial intelligence and IoT, 3D integration, and various memory devices.  Technologies to be reviewed in this talk include: advanced platform technologies, 3D memory and emerging memory advances including MRAMs and RRAMs; 2D devices such as Carbon Nanotube Logic and 1D materials (graphene and MoS); 3D process technology; charge based memories such as MONOS, 3D-NAND Flash, Ferroelectric FETS; and tunnel FETs.  Other topics also at the IEDM which will be mentioned but not reviewed include: optoelectronics, displays, sensors, MEMs, power devices, advanced numerical models, simulations,  and various reliability issues.






Biography:

Dr. Betty Prince is CEO of Memory Strategies International. She has also worked with Texas Instruments, NV Philips, Motorola, RCA and Fairchild.  She is author of several books on memory technology including: Semiconductor Memories (1992), High Performance Memories (1999), 3D Vertical Memory Technologies (2014) (all John Wiley & Sons), and Emerging Memories - Technologies and Trends, (2002) (Springer).  She is a Senior Life Member of the IEEE and has served as an IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecturer.  She founded the JEDEC JC-16 Interface Committee and was Co-Chair of the JC42.2 SRAM Standards Committee.  She has served on the Technical Advisory Board of several memory companies and on the Board of Directors of Mosaid Technologies.  She holds patents in the memory, processor and interface areas.  She has a B.S. and M.S. in physics and math  from UNM and U. of Calif., Berkeley, and an M.B.A and Ph.D. from UT with doctoral dissertation on fractal modeling.

Email:

Address:Austin, Texas, United States

Dr. Betty Prince of Memory Strategies International

Topic:

A Review of IEDM 2016 (International Electron Devices Meeting)

Biography:

Email:

Address:Austin, Texas, United States

Dr. Betty Prince of Memory Strategies International

Topic:

A Review of IEDM 2016 (International Electron Devices Meeting)

Biography:

Email:

Address:Austin, Texas, United States





Agenda

6:00 to 6:30pm -- Networking

6:30 to 8:30pm -- Business and Program



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