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“ More-than-Moore ” ERD. M. Brillouët – T. Skotnicki U-In Chung – S. Das – A. Ionescu H. Bennett – S. Deleonibus – Y. Obeng. 2011 ERD focus. Rationale. “An overarching goal of this chapter is to survey, assess and catalog viable new information processing devices and systems architectures

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more than moore erd

“More-than-Moore” ERD

M. Brillouët – T. Skotnicki

U-In Chung – S. Das – A. IonescuH. Bennett – S. Deleonibus – Y. Obeng

MtM WG - ITRS ERD - Washington

rationale

2011 ERD focus

Rationale

“An overarching goal of this chapter is to survey, assess and catalog viable new information processing devices and systems architectures

for their long-range potential, technological maturity, and to identify the scientific/technological challenges gating their acceptance

by the semiconductor industry as having acceptable risk for further development. A new goal is to pursue long term alternative solutions

to technologies addressed in More-than-Moore (MtM) ITRS entries, currently for wireless devices

and, in the future, for power devices, image sensors, etc.” [2011 ERD Chapter]

  • “downstream” MtM TWIG in ITRS:
    • system drivers
    • design
    • analog – rf
    • MEMS [new]
    • A&P
    • interconnects

focus on functionalities rather than devices

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2011 more than moore erd functions

rf wave

011001010…

control

LNA

ADC

LO

PA

DAC

2011 “More-than-Moore” ERD & functions

Higher level function

Intermediate levelfunction

RF front-end

mixer

antenna

filter

oscillator

etc.

switch

LO

Lower level functions

spin-torque oscillator

etc.

C-based electronics

NEMS nanoresonator

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2011 status recent progress 1
2011 status & recent progress (1)
  • C-based devices for rf applications
    • limited rf characterization (ft)
    • poor performance when available (fMax)
    • no progress since last meeting
  • Spin-Torque nano-oscillators
    • high and fast tunability
    • low power, high noise
    • very active field

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r d trends
R&D trends

perpendicular polarizer + in-plane free layer

eliminate the need of external H

magnetic vortex

wavy spin torque

increase output power

phase-locked synchronized STO array

lower phase noise / reduce linewidth

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2011 status recent progress 2
2011 status & recent progress (2)
  • NEMS resonator
    • limited exploration of this field (taxonomy, scalability, performances…)
    • some disruptive ideas (resonant gate or body)
    • no clear delineation between “classical” and “emerging” devices
  • mixers
    • limited exploration of this field
    • RTD & SET: no significant progress → to be dropped
    • ambipolar conduction (graphene): promising; progress?
  • all-in-one radio: no recent progress

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2011 status recent progress 21
2011 status & recent progress (2)
  • Considered, but discarded in 2011
    • rf switch (graphene…)
    • “emerging” part of the MEMS TWIG
    • optical interconnect
    • power / energy harvesting

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2012 perspective

2012 perspective

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2011 erd working group organization
2011 ERD Working Group Organization

ERD Function Leader

Chapter Chair – North America Hutchby

Chapter Co-chair – Japan ERD Uchida

Chapter Co-chair – Europe Ionescu

Chapter Co-chair – Korea ERD Chung

Memory Zhirnov

Logic Bourianoff

More-than-Moore Brillouet → T. Skotnicki

Architecture Franzon

Editorial Team Hutchby, Bourianoff, Brillouet, Franzon, Chung, Garner/Herr, Ionescu, Zhirnov, Uchida

ITRS Liaisons

PIDS Ng, Hutchby

FEP Colombo

Modeling & Simulation Das/Shankar

Materials Garner

Metrology Herr/Obeng

Design Yeh/Bourianoff

More than Moore Brillouet → T. Skotnicki

fields to be considered
Fields to be considered
  • rf
  • MEMS: consider if any of the “classical” devices have “emerging” counterparts (accelerometers, gyroscopes, microphones, etc.)
  • optical interconnect
    • see Incheon’s meeting
    • could be extended to disruptive solutions in integrated optics (e.g. plasmonics)
  • power / energy harvesting
  • others

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other opportunities
Other opportunities
  • contribution to MtM ITWG meetings
  • MtM Workshop at the ITRS Spring meeting
  • inputs from Europe… esp. some European projects like Guardian Angels (A. Ionescu)

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