■ IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer Seminar
Steep-Slope Devices for Future Ultra-Low Power Applications
Prof. Ru Huang, Peking University
北京大学 Ru Huang教授
Date & Time：
September 23, 2016, 15:00-17:00
Conference room #1 (3F), Center for Innovative Integrated Electronic Systems (CIES), Tohoku University
東北大学 国際集積エレクトロニクス研究開発センター 会議室1
With CMOS technology continues scaling, the standby power increases
rapidly and becomes even higher than the active power. New devices
with steep subthreshold slope have attractedmuch attention as possible
solutions for power-constrained applications, such as IoT, wearable
and implantable bio-medical applications. In this talk the recent
research of steep-slope devices will be overviewed. A kind of new
injection-tunneling hybrid-control operation mechanism for
comprehensive property enhancement of traditional TFETs will be
presented. Novel multi-finger Schottky barrier TFET (MFSB-TFET)
with source pocket will be discussed with improved Figures of merit
(FoM). The potentials and issues of steep slope devices will also
be briefly discussed.
Biography of the lecturer：
Ru Huang received the Ph.D. degree from Peking University,
Beijing, China, in 1997. She joined the faculty of Peking University
in 1997, and is currently a Professor and the Dean of School of
Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Peking University.
Her research interests include emerging low power new devices,
nonvolatile memory devices, and device reliability/variability.
She has authored or coauthored four books and nearly 200 papers,
including the papers in the top-tier conferences and journals
in the field, such as IEDM, VLSI Technology Symposium, IEEE ED
Letters, IEEE Transactions on ED. She is the holder of over 150
granted patents, the winner of many academic awards in China.
Dr. Huang is the IEEE EDS Distinguished Lecturer, vice chair of
EDS SRC R10 and elected BoG member. She was the General Chair/Co-Chair
of ICSICT 2016/2014/2012 and ISPLED 2013, Technical Program Co-Chair
of ICSICT 2004 and 2008, committee member of IEDM 2010-2011/2014-2015
and many other international conferences and symposiums.
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