Innovation to Open New Paradigm for ICAC5/GX/DX
Metallization Challenges in 3D Flash Memory
STT-MRAM technology: applications and scalability challenges
3D Stacking Technologies for Advanced CIS
Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation
NanoBridge Technology for Low-Power and Rad-Hard AIoT Applications
NanoBridge (NB) (a.k.a. Atom switch) is categorized in a cation type resistive-change device, in which the resistance of NBs can be changed by applying a voltage and Cu bridge is formed in the electrolyte, which are called atomic switch, solid-electrolyte switch, programmable metallization cell (PMC), conducting bridge or CBRAM. We propose a field programmable gate array using NBs (NBFPGA) for the next possible solution of the inference accelerator, having nonvolatility, better speed and lower power. Also, NB itself has high radiation-tolerance, expanding the opportunities for space rad-hard application.
This talk provides a review for development of NBs in the last decade and introduce key process technologies of NBs inspired by Cu-BEOL developments. A future potential of NBs for AIoT application will be discussed.
Reliability challenges in advanced interconnects
Olalia Varela Pedreira
Extending silicon technology for high-bandwidth optical communications and neuromorphic computing
Bert Jan Offrein
IBM research Europe