Integrated Circuit Technology has revolutionized significantly the modern electronic industry and shaped the way for enormous applications such as mobile phones, computers and many other devices. There is a continuous effort by researchers towards improving the performance and functionality of the Integrated Circuits and devices.
Among the many design issues concerning the research community in this domain are: Feature-size reductions, Introduction of new materials and device structures, Fabrication based challenges in sub-micrometer Semiconductor design etc. The main objective of this course is to provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the recent trends in the domain of submicron MOS devices and their modeling for various applications.
During this programme the scientists, academicians and industry persons in their respective areas of expertise will discuss the current scenario of research in these domains. This STC would give an opportunity to all the researchers working in this domain to interact as well as get insights of the latest trends and also would serve as a platform for those who want to explore the research opportunities in this area.
- Fabrication based challenges in sub-micrometer Semiconductor Device design
- MOS Transistor and its Modeling concepts
- Deep Submicron Digital Circuit Considerations
- Beyond CMOS Devices
- FPGA based system design
- Advanced VLSI Circuits
- Interested and eligible candidates can register via this page.
- No Course Fee
Register by January 09, 2021 by 4:30pm.
Dr. Ashish Raman
Dr. Mamta Khosla