［NCTUEE Talk］Overview of Beyond CMOS Research at imec
Invite you all to come if available. It will be a good opportunity to enhance our collaboration with imec.
Title: Overview of Beyond CMOS Research at imec
Speaker: Dr. Iuliana Radu
Time: July 7th, 10:30AM
Place: R528, Engineering Building 4, NCTU 交通大學工程四館5樓528室
Bio: Dr. Iuliana Radu is Distinguished Member of Technical Staff leading the Beyond CMOS activities at imec, Belgium. Prior to establishing the Beyond CMOS program in 2013, she was a Marie Curie and an FWO fellow at KU Leuven and imec. Her current research includes devices with 2D materials and new device concepts (such as majority gates and spintronics). During her postdoctoral work she has studied the metal-to-insulator transition and ionic and electronic transport in functional oxides for memory and logic applications.
Iuliana has received a PhD in Physics from MIT (Boston, USA) in 2009 where she worked on the Fractional Quantum Hall effect and searched for non-abelian quasiparticles. She has received an MSc and a BSc in Physics from the University of Bucharest. She has authored over 70 papers in leading peer-reviewed journals and conferences. She has given more than 20 invited talks at international conferences and seminars.
Abstract: We will give a brief overview of the research topics currently active at imec focusing on Beyond CMOS activities. We will discuss the progress we are making in the growth and characterization of 2D materials and report on device fabrication with these materials touching on key issues such as contact resistance and gate dielectric growth. The last part of the presentation will be dedicated to spintronic devices and interconnect and their benchmarking at circuit level with standard CMOS technology in terms of performance.