SHORT COURSE ON

Emerging Electron Devices for Integrated Circuit Applications

15th – 19th July, 2019

ORGANIZED BY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, NIT SRINAGAR

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AIM

With the semiconductor industry pushing towards the extreme side of nanoscale domain i.e. the sub-10-nm channel length, there is an immediate need to educate and train bright minds from the academia/industry on various aspects of nanoelectronic transistors particularly the physics and operation at nanoscale, compact modeling for circuit simulation etc. Furthermore, with silicon-based transistors reaching their performance limits, semiconductor research fraternity has been aggressively looking for alternate materials such as 2D materials (Carbon Nanotubes, Black Phosphorus, Transition Metal Dichalchogenides), Wide-bandgap materials (Gallium Nitride, Gallium Oxide) and some other novel device technologies such as Negative Capacitance FETs, Flexible Electronics, Nanosheet and Nanowire FETs etc. to meet the ever so increasing demands of the industry.

ORGANIZED BY

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Faculty members and research scholars
  • Practicing engineers
  • Students


COORDINATORS

Dr. Sheikh Aamir Ahsan, Faculty Dept. ECE ,NIT Srinagar

Dr. Amandeep Singh, Faculty Dept. ECE ,NIT Srinagar

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