AICTE Sponsored Short Term Course

On
Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Semiconductor Devices

July 17-22, 2017
Organized by Department of Electronics Engineering, IIT(BHU), Varanasi-221005


 

About the Course
The physics based modeling of the electrical and optical characteristics of various semiconductor devices is an important area of research for the growth and development of semiconductor science and technology. While analytical modeling gives the physical inside of the device characteristics, TCAD simulation can provide the first hand information of various advanced semiconductor devices without going through complex mathematical modeling and practical fabrication and experimentation. The basic objective of this short-term course is to introduce various modeling and simulation techniques used for the performance characterization of advanced semiconductor devices including nanoscale field effect transistors (FETs), flexible transistors, nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices to the young faculty members of AICTE approved technical colleges and universities. While the major emphasis will be given on the modeling and simulation aspects of the advanced nanoscaled CMOS transistors, the modeling and simulation aspects of high performance organic semiconductor based transistors and semiconductor optoelectronic devices will also be discussed in this course. The participants will also be introduced to the use of different industry standard TCAD software (e.g. Silvaco-ATLAS, Synopsis-TCAD and Cogenda-Visual TCAD) for simulating various 2D and 3D semiconductor devices. In addition, various characterization techniques for device analysis will be covered. The course will include both the expert lectures and practical sessions.

Course Content

The tentative list of topics to be covered in this course are:

  1. Fundamentals of various Field Effect Transistors (FETs)
  2. Scaling of CMOS Devices: Issues and Challenges
  3. Advanced MOS Transistors: Tunnel-FETs (TFETs), Fin-FETs, Junctionless FETs, Ferroelectric-TFETs etc.
  4. Compact Device Modeling Techniques
  5. Flexible Electronics: Organic Field Effect Transistors
  6. Optoelectronic Devices: Source and Detectors
  7. Introduction to TCAD Device Simulators
  8. Hands-on training sessions on TCAD Device Simulators: Silvaco (ATLAS), Visual TCAD (Cogenda), GTS TCAD tools and Synopsys (Sentaurus) TCAD

Tentative List of Speakers

  1. Prof. Aloke Dutta, IIT Kanpur
  2. Prof. N. K. Bhat, IISc Bangalore
  3. Prof. Santanu Mahapatra IISc, Bangalore
  4. Prof. Subir Kumar Sarkar, Jadavpur University
  5. Prof. Abhijit Biswas, IRPE, University of Calcutta
  6. Dr. Yogesh Singh Chauhan, IIT Kanpur
  7. Dr S. P. Tiwari, IIT Jodhpur
  8. Dr. P. K. Tiwari, IIT Patna
            

Program Schedule

List of Confirmed Participants

Important Dates

Last Date has been extended to 05.07.2017

Last date for receiving application: June 25, 2017

Confirmation of Participation: June 27, 2017

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Contact Details

Prof. Satyabrata Jit
Department of Electronics Engineering
IIT(BHU), Varanasi-221005
Tel: 0542-2366638; Mobile: 9453364250
E-mail: sjit.ece@iitbhu.ac.in
                qipstc.ece@gmail.com

HOW TO REACH
Varanasi Railway Station is well connected to almost all parts of the India. The Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, Babatpur, Varanasi is also well connected via Air to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru. There are frequent flight services from New Delhi. The Institute is located in the extreme south of the Varanasi city and about 7 km away from Varanasi Railway Station and 30 km from the Babatpur (Varanasi) airport. Pre-paid Taxis and Auto-Ricksaw can be hired from the airport and rail way stations.