Perspectives, Science and Technologies for Novel Silicon on Insulator Devices

Perspectives, Science and Technologies for Novel Silicon on Insulator Devices : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Kyiv, Ukraine, 12-15 October, 1998

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This concise volume contains the key papers presented during the International NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Silicon on Insulator device technologies. The authors have moved beyond reporting the current state of the technology to explore wider issues, from the economic aspects incorporating SOI and related materials into circuits and systems to consideration of low temperature electronics, quantum devices and MEMS.
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  • Hardback | 368 pages
  • 165.1 x 230 x 25.4mm | 703.07g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • 76 SW-Abb.
  • 0792361164
  • 9780792361169

Table of contents

Committee Members. Invited Speakers. Workshop Photographs. Section 1: Innovations in Materials Technologies. 1.1. SMART-CUT TM Technology: Basic Mechanisms and Applications; M. Bruel. 1.2. Polish Stop Technology for Silicon on Silicide on Insulator Structures; H.S. Gamble. 1.3. Homoepitaxy on Porous Silicon with a Buries Oxide Layer; Full-Wafer Scale SOI; S.I. Romanov, et al. 1.4. Structural and Electrical Properties of Silicon on Isolator Structures Manufactured on FZ- and CZ-Silicon by SMART-CUT Technology; V.P. Popov, et al. 1.5. Development of Linear Sequential Lateral Solidification Technique to Fabricate Quasi-Single-Crystal Super-Thin Si Films for High-Performance Thin Film Transistor Devices; A.B. Limanov, et al. Section 2: Economics and Innovation Applications. 2.1. Low Temperature Polysilicon Technology: A Low Cost SOI Technology?; F. Plais, et al. 2.2. A Novel Low Cost Process for the Production of Semiconductor Polycrystalline Silicon from Recycled Industrial Waste; B.N. Mukashev, et al. 2.3. Tetrahedrally Bonded Amorphous Carbon for Electronic Applications; W.I. Milne. 2.4. Diamond Based Silicon-on-Insulator Materials and Devices; S. Bengtsson, M. Bergh. 2.5. Low-Temperature Processing of Crystalline Si Films on Glass for Electronic Applications; R.B. Bergmann, et al. 2.6. b-SiC on SiO2 Formed by Ion Implantation and Bonding for Micromechanics Applications; C. Serre, et al. (Part contents).
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