MITCNC EVENT: "Transistors That Extend Moore's Law"; Dr. Chenming Hu; Dec.2, 7pm, Palo Alto
Alissa M. Fitzgerald
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Sun Nov 28 23:40:55 PST 2004
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The MIT Club of Northern California Semiconductor Entrepreneurship Series
TRANSISTORS THAT EXTEND MOORE'S LAW:
A Keynote Talk by Dr. Chenming Calvin Hu
Date: Thursday, December 2, 2004
Event Time: 7:00 p.m.
Registration/Networking: begins at 6:30PM
Venue: Cooley Godward LLP
Location: 3175 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Cost: $20 preregistration/$30 at the door (includes
Online registration at:
Dr. Chenming Calvin Hu, our esteemed keynote speaker, will discuss
transistor scaling trends, nanometer-era process windows, and reliability
issues associated with new materials. Dr. Hu's pioneering role in the
development of next generation technologies at TSMC and his experiences as a
key figure in Silicon Valley's history will make this evening's program
especially valuable for the semiconductor entrepreneur.
Dr. Chenming Calvin Hu is currently the TSMC Distinguished Professor of
Microelectronics in the EE&CS Department of UC Berkeley. Most recently he
was the Chief Technology Officer of TSMC, Hsinchu, Taiwan, while on leave
from UC Berkeley. He was founding chairman of Celestry Design Technologies,
an IC design software company that was acquired by Cadence Design Systems in
2003. He leads the development of the BSIM transistor model for CMOS circuit
simulation. He co-developed the FinFET, a new MOSFET structure that has
allowed the IC industry to reset the record for smallest transistor several
times and is expected to enable scaling to 10nm gate lengths.
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