Process Design of Semiconductor Device Fabrication: From Concept to Production
October 18th, 2023 (GMT+3)
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Çukurova University
Dr. Mustafa ISTANBULLU
Assistant Professor in Çukurova University
Mustafa Istanbullu is an Assistant Professor and vice chair of the undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering at Çukurova University, where he has been working since 2021. He received his Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and later earned a master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Istanbul Technical University.
For his master's thesis, he focused on the early diagnosis of osteoporosis using artificial neural networks and support vector machines. He then pursued his PhD at Çukurova University, where his research centered around the design and simulation of a carbon nanotube hybridized field-effect transistor biopotential sensor.
His research interests include microelectronics, microfabrication of semiconductor devices, modeling of electronic devices, analog/digital circuit design, and biomedical instrumentation. He has published articles in international scientific journals and has received an international patent in 2021 for his invention of an ANN-based single calibration impedance measurement system for skin impedance range. He is committed to advancing the field of biomedical engineering and providing his students with an exceptional education.
Dr Mustafa İSTANBULLU, Çukurova University, email@example.com
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The Process Design of Semiconductor Device Fabrication workshop offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate and essential aspects involved in designing and manufacturing semiconductor devices. This workshop is designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of the various stages and methodologies employed in the fabrication process, from initial concept to production.
Semiconductor devices are the backbone of modern technology, powering a wide range of electronic systems and devices. The ability to design and manufacture these devices with precision is crucial to meet the increasing demands of the industry. In this workshop, participants will delve into the key elements of process design, enabling them to contribute effectively to the development and optimization of semiconductor fabrication procedures.
The scheduled workshop will cover the subsequent subjects.
Introduction to Semiconductor Device Fabrication: An overview of the semiconductor industry, its importance, and the fundamental principles of device fabrication.
Device Design Considerations: Understanding the characteristics and requirements of various semiconductor devices, and the influence of design choices on the fabrication process.
Process Flow: Step-by-step exploration of the fabrication process, including material selection, cleaning, deposition, lithography, etching, doping, and packaging.
Process Modeling and Simulation: Introduction to process modeling software tools used for simulating and optimizing fabrication processes.
Yield Enhancement and Quality Control: Strategies for improving manufacturing yield and ensuring product quality through statistical process control and defect analysis techniques.
Case Studies and Practical Exercises: Interactive exercises to reinforce the concepts learned throughout the workshop.
Participants will benefit from the expertise of experienced professionals and researchers who have extensive knowledge in semiconductor device fabrication. The workshop encourages active participation, providing ample opportunities for discussions, knowledge sharing, and networking.
This workshop is ideal for graduate students, researchers, engineers, and professionals working or aspiring to work in the semiconductor industry. It is also valuable for individuals seeking to expand their knowledge of semiconductor device fabrication and its underlying processes.
Join us for the Process Design of Semiconductor Device Fabrication workshop and gain the essential skills and insights necessary to contribute to the development of advanced semiconductor devices that power the future of technology.
Balcalı, Çukurova Üniversitesi Rektörlüğü, 01330 Sarıçam/Adana, Turkey
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