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First Nano-wire FinFETs via UV-based Nanoimprint Lithography. Nanowire fin field effect transistors via UV-based nanoimprint lithography * A. Fuchs,a M. Bender, U. Plachetka, L. Kock, T. Wahlbrink, H. D. B. Gottlob, J. K. Efavi,

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first nano wire finfets via uv based nanoimprint lithography

First Nano-wire FinFETs via UV-based Nanoimprint Lithography

Nanowire fin field effect transistors via UV-based nanoimprint lithography*

A. Fuchs,aM. Bender, U. Plachetka, L. Kock, T. Wahlbrink, H. D. B. Gottlob, J. K. Efavi,

M. Moeller, M. Schmidt, T. Mollenhauer, C. Moormann, M. C. Lemme, and H. Kurz

Advanced Microelectronic Center Aachen (AMICA), AMO GmbH, Huyskensweg 25,

D-52074 Aachen, Germany

outline
Outline
  • Nanoimprint
  • UV-Nanoimprint
  • FinFETs
  • Fabrication of FinFETs
  • Performance of FinFETs fabricated
introduction to nanoimprint
Introduction to Nanoimprint

Nanoimprint lithography (NIL)

Conventional NIL processes, coined as stamp and step processes require thermal cycles between 140°C and 180°C and high pressures during the hot embossing procedure. Thermal and mechanical loads involved in these processes represent a nearly prohibitive burden for fast and high precision alignment. The mechanical masses to be moved in high throughput equipment require a large degree of complex mechanical handling.

background on uv nanoimprint
Background on UV-Nanoimprint

UV based nanoimprint lithography (UV-NIL)

The low pressure (<1bar) as well as the absence of any thermalcycles

appears very attractive for high precision printing down to 10 nm and

relaxes the technical requirements for placement accuracy and pattern

fidelity to a large extent.

wafer level uv nanoimprint
Wafer level UV-Nanoimprint
  • Step & Repeat UV Nanoimprint
  • A resist is spin coated on the substrate.
  • For highest resolution and minimum distortion a rigid fused silica template is used to imprint features die by die. The template is pressed into a thin layer of imprint resist via uniform pressure of a few hundred millibar.
  • After alignment of substrate and template in contact UV light is used to harden the resist.
  • After detachment the template is moved to the next position on the wafer and the process is repeated until the wafer is completely patterned.
process flow of finfets via uv nanoimprint
Process flow of FinFETs via UV-Nanoimprint

5 mm thick 1in mold used with 150nm deep features.

1. Pattern the S/D and channel structure

a. Imprint process at reduced ambient pressure 20 mbars and imprint pressure of 300mbars.

b. UV curing resist---mold detached---RIE etching

2. CVD polysilicon for gate (heavily doped)

3. Pattern the gate

4. S/D implantation (As=2 x 10E20 ions/cm^2)

performance result of finfets
Performance result of FinFETs

Transistor output characteristics exhibits linear and saturation regions!!!

Typical field effect transistor behavior is clearly observed!!!

Wait…….

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Promising approach.
  • Yield??

Questions???

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