DMRG-Team participates conference in Cracow
Summer is always a busy period for the Device Modeling and Research Group (DMRG). Workshops, conferences, posters, presentations and all those in different countries all around the world.
From September 23rd to 27th the 49th European Solid-State Device Research Conference (ESSDERC) and the 45th European Solid-State Circuit Conference (ESSCIRC) took place in Cracow, Poland. A fascinating event which its professional atmosphere has opened the possibility of exchange and interaction among technologists, experts and outstanding young researchers from remarkable companies and universities.
MOS-AK and SSB-MOS at THM, 17th - 18th March 2020.
joint Spring MOS-AK Workshop and Symposium on Schottky Barrier MOS (SSB-MOS) devices organized by IEEE YP Germany AG and TH Mittelhessen - University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
Attendees are welcome to free Registration... till 6th March 2020 and
Abstract Submission: Symposium on Schottky Barrier MOS Devices...
Electronic Components for Biomedicine
The German Research Foundation (DFG) Research Project:
A joint project between THM, Max-Planck-Institut for Solid State Research in Stuttgart and the Institut for Microsystems Engineering at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg.
DMRG-Team presents research work in Tarragona
In July 2019, the members of the device modeling and research group (DMRG) had the possibility to attend three consecutive events at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona, Spain.
AG Nanoelectronic receives wafers with nano-structure transistors
As part of the EU funding program ASCENT European Nano-electronic Network (www.ascent.network/community/success-stories, and @ASCENTeu), the AG Nanoelectronic has received a quarter of a 300 mm wafer for one year.
The wafer from CEA-Leti (Grenoble) contains MOS transistor structures with channel dimensions down to 10nm, which are currently only produced for research purposes. Our Ph.D. student Kerim Yilmaz is working on the development of compact models for the description of ultra-short channel length nano-structure transistors. He characterizes the transistors at THM with our device analyzer (Keysight B1500) in order to verify the developed compact model for ultra nanoscale devices.
15th ICEO in Hasselt, Belgium
The 15th edition of the ICOE - International Conference on Organic Electronics, organized by the University of Hasselt, took place in Hasselt (Belgium) from 24 to 28 June.
The ICOE has become an important conference in the field of organic materials research, dedicated to the state-of-the-art organic electronics research. Scientists from universities, institutes and industry present and discuss fundamental aspects of organic materials. Ideas about new materials, technologies and future applications of organic materials are going to be exchanged.
26th MIXDES conference 2019 in Poland
The annual MIXDES conference took place in Rzeszów this year. Rzeszów is located in the southeast of Poland and is the capital and important center of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship.
It was the 26th edition of the conference, which is a platform for about 150 researchers from all around the world to share and discuss their latest research results. The presented work included the topics design, modeling, simulation, testing and manufacturing in various areas such as micro- and nanoelectronics, semiconductors, sensors as well as power devices.
8th SINANO Modelling Summer School in Spain
From September 25 through 28, Spanish Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona hosted the 8th SINANO Modelling Summer School - a bi-annual comprehensive program of lectures, discussions, and networking aimed at doctoral researchers.
The two Ph.D. students Anita Farokhnejad and Fabian Horst as well as prospective Ph.D. student Jakob Leise, who are part of our research group "Nanoelectronics/ Device Modeling", had the possibility to take part.
2nd Symposium on Schottky Barrier MOS devices
On August 7th, the second Symposium on Schottky Barrier MOS devices was held at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. At this year's event with the motto "devil or savior", Prof. Alexander Kloes, Dr. Ghader Darbandy and Fabian Horst were able to attend and represent our research group "Nanoelectronics and Device Modeling".
During the first half of the symposium, Fabian Horst presented results of his joint research with Anita Farokhnejad on "DC/AC Modeling of TFETs". The second half of the meeting was hosted by Prof. Kloes.
Graduate Students Meeting in Tarragona, Spain
From July 26 through 28, four PhD students from our research group "Nanoelectronics/Device Modeling" presented the progress of their work at Rovira i Virgili University (URV) in Tarragona, Spain.
For Anita Farokhnejad, Fabian Horst, Jakob Prüfer and Kerim Yilmaz the graduate students meeting at URV was not only about presentations, posters and papers. The friendly atmosphere of this gathering provided them with the chance to discuss the challenges they encounter during their daily work with experienced professors, scientists and people from the industry as well as with other PhD students.
Nanoelectronics in Austria
Fabian Horst Presents the Results of his Research Group in Linz
On October 12, 2017, the 25th Austrochip Conference (Workshop on Microelectronics) took place in Linz, Austria. The latest activities in the field of microelectronics and integrated circuits are presented and discussed at the Austrochip every year. This workshop is a forum for researchers and representatives of the industry to exchange ideas and establish new contacts. This year's Austrochip was organized and hosted by the Johannes Kepler University in Linz.
25th MIXDES Conference in Poland
Presenting research results at the 25th MIXDES Conference in Gdynia, Poland.
This year, the annual MIXDES Conference ("Mixed Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems") was held in Gdynia, a harbor city on the Baltic Sea in Poland. The conference, held for the 25th time, attracted around 100 researchers from all over the world to Gdynia in order to share and discuss their recent research results.
Topics of the conference were design, modeling, simulation, testing and manufacturing in various areas such as micro- and nanoelectronics, semiconductors, sensors as well as power devices.
ESSDERC, 2016, Lausanne
The aim of ESSDERC and ESSCIRC is to provide an annual European forum for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in solid-state devices and circuits. The increasing level of integration for system-on-chip design made available by advances in silicon technology is, more than ever before, calling for a deeper interaction among technologists, device experts, IC designers, and system designers. While keeping separate Technical Program Committees, ESSCIRC and ESSDERC are governed by a common Steering Committee and share Plenary Keynote Presentations and Joint Sessions bridging both communities. Attendees registered for either conference are encouraged to attend any of the scheduled parallel sessions, regardless to which conference they belong.
Training Courses on Compact Modelling, 2016, Tarragona
Physically-based compact modeling of electron devices is crucial for accurate circuit design and simulation. Actually, one of the main limitations to the use of novel device structures in circuit design is the lack of appropriate compact models. On the other hand, compact models are also useful to easily predict the performance of new device technologies. For these reasons, courses on compact modeling will be especially useful to both device engineers and circuit designers.