Semiconductor and integrated circuit developments are proceeding at an incredible pace. For example, today's mixed-signal chips perform a wide range of applications unheard of a few years ago, including wireless applications, high speed communications and signal processing. As technology advances and ICs become smaller, frequencies on mixed-signal devices continue to rise. The question looming in everyone's mind is "How long can these advancements continue?"
CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar Process Integration, a 2-day course, presents the physics behind mixed-signal integrated circuit operation and processing technologies. We emphasize current issues related to designing and manufacturing next-generation devices.
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Click here to view a full, printable course outline. This skill-building series is divided into three segments:
Our instructors work hard to explain how semiconductor devices work without delving too heavily into the complex physics and mathematical expressions that normally accompany this discipline. The class focuses on practical application to the situations that you face daily, whether you are a manager, engineer, or technician working in the semiconductor field, using semiconductor components, or supplying tools to the semiconductor industry.
Silicon Devices and Process Integration covers state-of-the-art silicon devices, their characteristics, and their interactions with process parameters. It serves as a comprehensive guide which addresses both the theoretical and practical aspects of modern silicon devices and the relationship between their electrical properties and processing conditions. The book is compiled from the author's industrial and academic lecture notes and reflects years of experience in the development of silicon devices.
This book is written for engineers and scientists in semiconductor research, development and manufacturing. The problems at the end of each chapter and numerous charts, figures, and tables also make it appropriate for use as a text in graduate and advanced undergraduate courses in electrical engineering and materials science.
Our courses are dynamic. We use a combination of instruction by lecture, problem solving, and question/answer sessions to give you the tools you need to excel in the semiconductor industry. From the very first moments of the seminar until the last sentence of the training, the driving instructional factor is application. The handbook offers hundreds of pages of reference material that you can apply during your daily activities.
Our instructors are internationally recognized experts. Our instructors have years of current and relevant experience in their fields. They're focused on answering your questions and teaching you what you need to know.
As a Process Development Manager at Texas Instruments, Dallas, Dr. El-Kareh developed advanced BiCMOS processes in Freising, Germany. Dr. El-Kareh also worked at IBM and has 35 years experience in semiconductor device design, process integration, and characterization. He has implemented CMOS and BiCMOS technologies and devices for memory, logic, and analog applications. He has written two books on VLSI silicon devices and modern semiconductor processing technologies. He has authored or co-authored 32 papers and holds 25 US patents. Dr. El-Kareh is a senior member of IEEE. He has 20 years experience in academic and industrial teaching.