2014年电气论坛第19次活动-Multiphysics modeling, challenges and opportunities in microelectronic engineering
The IC technology trend continues toward ultra miniaturization and heterogeneous integration. Today’s ultra compact devices and integrated systems involve more and more multiphysics interactions which need to be considered in the very early stage of design and verification cycle. The multiphysics modeling becomes essential in the modern micro and nano electronic engineering. This presentation will give a brief overview of muliphysics modeling methodologies, and summarize some application needs in post-Moore era micro and nano electronic technologies, including 3D nano devices such as the FinFET transistors, 3D IC chip integration using through silicon vias, beyond CMOS devices and micro electromechanical systems.
Dr. Zhuoxiang Ren is a professor at the University Pierre and Marie Curie (University Paris VI) in France and a Professor at the
Prof. Ren has many years of research experiences on numerical modeling of electromagnetic systems and development of EDA tools. He has published over 150 journal and refereed international conference papers, and is a co-author of two book chapters. He has been awarded a Bronze Medal of CNRS in