CHEY Scientific Innovation Series 6
The Future of Semiconductor Technology

2021.04.16 14:00 - 17:00

The Chey Institute for Advanced Studies hosted a special webcast conference on semiconductor technology. The webinar was released through the Chey Institute's YouTube channel and on its website on April 16, 2021. The webinar featured world-leading scholars in the fields of semiconductor design, manufacturing, and research, such as Professor Tsu-Jae King Liu and Professor Sayeef Salahuddin from UC Berkeley, and Professor Changwhan Choi and Professor Jae Duk Han from Hanyang University.

Tsu-Jae King Liu | Dean of College of Engineering, UC Berkeley
“A holistic view. Students need to understand what information systems and devices comprise, including these chips, and then that will peak their curiosity to learn about how they function and how transistors function and how materials and processes make all the difference and how these devices function. Starting with the big picture and then diving down into details, I think that's a more modern way to teach engineering to attract the best and brightest students to work in this field.”

Sayeef Salahuddin | TSMC Distinguished Professor of EECS, UC Berkeley
“Ferroelectric materials bring the promise of new functional augmentation to our electronic devices. We do not see any fundamental bottleneck in terms of thickness for the ferroelectric materials, and therefore we think that this material constitutes a very interesting material system for our future devices.”

Changhwan Choi | Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Hanyang University
“3D integration can be an alternative scheme in terms of performance, cost, data and functionalities. CMOS image sensor, memory in computing, and neuromorphic computing can be real application fields using M3D integration technology.”

Jaeduk Han | Assistant Professor of Electronic Engineering, Hanyang University
“There are huge demands on enhancing design productivity, and I think the key factor for boosting productivity is automation. Generator-based methodologies can greatly enhance design productivity, and there will be research and business opportunities in this area.”

Tsu-Jae King LIU, Sayeef Salahuddin, Changhwan Choi, Jaeduk Han, SHIN Changhwan

Lectures and Topics

  • Speaker: Tsu-Jae King LIU, University of California, Berkeley

    Emerging Chip Technologies for the Age of Ambient Intelligence

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  • Speaker: Sayeef Salahuddin, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

    Ultrathin Ferroelectrics on Silicon and Application for Energy Efficient Logic and Memory Devices

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  • Speaker: Changhwan Choi, Department of Material Science and Engineering, Hanyang University

    3D Integration for “Beyond-Scaling”

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  • Speaker: Jaeduk Han, Department of Electronic Engineering, Hanyang University

    Applying automated design methodologies to advanced semiconductor technologies

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  • Panelist: SHIN Changhwan, Sungkyunkwan University


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