SST ON THE SCENE @ SEMICON WEST: The consortia balancing act; Dishing on the rest of the transistor

IMEC’s VP of Business Development, Ludo Deferm, takes SST On the Scene down the path from 45nm to 22nm, and points out the tough questions that loom, such as single-node lithography options and introduction of new architectures such as finFETs. Meanwhile, Larry Larson, frontend associate director at SEMATECH, explains whether Schottky contacts could be a solution to the need for lower resistivity contacts.

Ludo Deferm
VP of business development, IMEC

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SEE ALSO: IMEC looks to the future
SEE ALSO: IMEC updates 32nm litho progress

Larry Larson
Frontend associate director, SEMATECH

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