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演 講 人:Dr. Iuliana Radu
演講題目:New and Old Materials for Transistors—A Research Perspective

服務單位/職 稱:
Corporate Research, TSMC / Deputy Director

2024/3/18 上午10點20分-12點10分
演講摘要(Summary of speech):

Si transistor scaling has enabled enormous increase in productivity and ubiquitous connectivity. However, continued increase of computing power is not trivial as systems are becoming highly complex and transistor count is verging to trillion. Many avenues of system level performance increase can be pursued ranging from optical interconnect to faster and denser memories and to closer proximity of compute and memory through 3D integration. In this presentation, we will discuss how low dimensional materials could contribute to transistor scaling and improved device performance and highlight the challenges that still need to be tackled. We will discuss our collaborative work with universities and research centers to study 2D materials and carbon nanotubes and to build transistors with these materials.

個人學經歷(Education & Research Experience):

Iuliana P. Radu has joined in Oct 2021 TSMC's Corporate Research in Hsinchu, Taiwan where she leads activities in Exploratory Materials and Devices. Prior to joining TSMC, Iuliana was with imec in Belgium where she founded the Quantum Computing and the Beyond CMOS programs in 2017 and 2013 respectively. Prior to establishing the Beyond CMOS program at imec in 2013, she was a Marie Curie and FWO fellow at KU Leuven and imec. Iuliana holds a Ph.D. in Physics from MIT. She has been an author on over 200 papers in leading peer-reviewed journals and conferences. Her research interests range from transistors with low dimensional material channels such as transition metal dichalcogenides and carbon nanotubes, to oxide semiconductors, ferroelectrics, cryo-CMOS and enabling quantum computing.