At IEDM, TSMC is at the top of several papers that examine how 2D materials might be put into action as successors to silicon, alongside work from a variety of institutions on power integration and thermal management.
IEDM has issued a call for papers for what the organizers expect to be an in-person event in December.
This year's IEDM will feature papers that exploit stacked nanoribbons to reduce CMOS footprint, graphene interconnects that support easier integration, and the variability prospects of 2D semiconductors.
TSMC is using its growing experience with EUV lithography to fill in sub-nodes between its major releases as it prepares to extend finFET technology to the forthcoming N3 process.
Intel 14nm finFET SoC process is among the highlights of the 2015 VLSI Symposia alongside research that looks at the integration of III-V and 2D materials for future processes.
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