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  1. 1. IMECAT A GLANCE
  2. 2. HISTORY ▸ Established by state government of Flanders in 1984 ▸ Independent non-profit organization ▸ Worldwide reach ▸ Initial investment: 62M€ ▸ Initial staff: ~70 © IMEC 2012
  3. 3. MISSION ▸ W ld l di research in World-leading hi nano-electronics ▸ Scientific knowledge with innovative power of global partnerships in ICT, healthcare and energy ▸ Industry-relevant technology solutions ▸ International top talent in a unique high-tech environment committed to provide building blocks for a better life in a sustainable society © IMEC 2012
  4. 4. FULL ECO SYSTEM UniversitiesEurope IMEC Government Industry y
  5. 5. FACTS & FIGURES ▸ Total revenue in 2011 of 300M€, a growth of 5% ▸ 1 773 publications R&D 1,773 related in 2011 ▸ 132 patents awarded & p 133 patents submitted in 2011 ▸ Collaboration with 600 companies & 208 universities ▸ 600 residents © IMEC 2012
  6. 6. Top 5 foreign employees HEADCOUNT 1. 1 The Netherlands (# 159) 2. China (# 87) 3. France (# 86) May 2012: 4. India (# 76) 5. Japan (# 61) ▸ 1,077 Belgians ▸ 72 foreign nationalities 159160140120100 87 8680 76 59 6160 46 4340 30 31 28 25 16 1820 13 13 15 10 10 12 7 7 5 8 8 7 4 4 5 4 4 5 6 4 2 5 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0
  7. 7. IMEC IN THE WORLD The Netherlands Belgium Chinaoffice US office Japan Taiwan India
  8. 8. Organic Silicon solar cell 200mm line NERF solar cell lab pilot line line Nano 300mmbiolabs pilot line 450mm ready STATE-OF-THE-ART RESEARCH FACILITIES
  9. 9. 300mm PILOT LINEIMEC TOWER‣ Expansion of 14,208 m2 14 208‣ 16 floors – capacity of 450 people & lab space
  10. 10. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  11. 11. SCALING ‣ 1965: Lithography enabled scaling ‣ 2002-2003: ~ 90 nm 2002 2003: Materials enabled scaling ‣ ~ 14 nm: 3D enabled scaling © IMEC 2012
  12. 12. FINFET ‣ 22nm – 14nm ‣ FinFET introduction at 22nm for high-end high end applications ‣ 14nm for foundry processes © IMEC 2012
  13. 13. LOGIC ‣ High mobility channel ‣ 10 nm – 7nmGe © IMEC 2012
  14. 14. LOGIC ‣ High mobility channel InGa As ‣ 10nm – 7nmGe InP GaAs Ge Si © IMEC 2012
  15. 15. LOGICTunnel FET ‣ New device concepts Pinch-off FET ‣ Tunnel FET ‣ Pinch-off FET ‣ 7nm – 5nm © IMEC 2012
  16. 16. ReRAM ‣ Resistive RAM ‣ Integration in a vertical concept ‣ In 2011: world’s smallest, fully-functional HfO2-based ReRAM cell, with an area of less than 10 x 10nm² © IMEC 2012
  17. 17. DRAM ‣ STT RAM as stand alone and for embedded memory<20nm © IMEC 2012
  18. 18. 3D INTEGRATION ‣ Reducing floor space – small form factor ‣ 3D stacking of memory on logic or RF on interposer © IMEC 2012
  19. 19. OPTICAL I/O ‣ Extreme high bandwidth I/O in high performance computing ‣ Imec world-first sub- 100nm photonics components on 300mm Si technology with optical lithography li h h © IMEC 2012
  20. 20. EUV ‣ ASML preproduction scanner NXE:3100 for extreme UV lithography © IMEC 2012
  21. 21. LITHO POWER ‣ 16nm half pitch ‣ Phenomenal lithographic power can be achieved © IMEC 2012
  22. 22. DIRECTED SELFASSEMBLY ‣ Extending optical g p lithography beyond its current limits ‣ Alternative patterning enabling frequency multiplication through use p g of block copolymers © IMEC 2012
  23. 23. INSITE ‣ Technology insights for gy g SYSTEM DESIGN product roadmaps (Fabless - Fablite) INSITEPROCESS TECHNOLOGY (Foundry) © IMEC 2012
  24. 24. INSITE Technology Option selection ‣ Linking process technology gp gy & system designPath-finding Technology- Test chips design g Design &co-exploration build Model Measure & characterize © IMEC 2012
  25. 25. 300mm PILOT LINE ‣ Investment > 1B$ $ ‣ Unique lithography cluster centered around ASML equipment ‣ Advanced equipment and preproduction tools ‣ Ballroom type of cleanroom ‣ 4 800 ² class 1 000 area 4,800m² l 1,000 © IMEC 2012
  26. 26. 300mm PILOT LINE300mm PILOT LINE:‣ Silicon pilot line for (sub-)22nm‣ Semi-industrial operation - 24/7, process monitoring, short cycle time
  27. 27. PREPARING 450mm ‣ Funding Flemish g Government ‣ Towards Europe’s innovation engine © IMEC 2012
  28. 28. GLOBAL NETWORK SYSTEM COMPANIESMEMORY IDM LOGIC IDM FOUNDRIES FABLITE FABLESS EQUIPMENT MATERIAL SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS SUPPLIERS SUPPLIERS
  29. 29. GLOBAL NETWORKMemory IDM Logic IDM Foundries Fablite Fabless The image cannot be display ed. Your computer may not hav e enough memory to open the image, or the image may hav e been corrupted. Restart y our computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, y ou may hav e to delete the image and then insert it again.
  30. 30. CORE CMOS PARTNERS The image cannot be display ed. Your computer may not hav e enough memory to open the image, or the image may hav e been corrupted. Restart y our computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, y ou may hav e to delete the image and then insert it again. Lam RESEARCH
  31. 31. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  32. 32. BODY AREANETWORKS
  33. 33. internetdoctor BODY AREAhospital NETWORKS ▸ W Wearable h l h and bl health d comfort monitoring © IMEC 2012
  34. 34. HEALTH PATCH ▸ M l i parameter: Multi - heartbeat - skin temperature - skin conductance - sweat analysis - chemical sensing g © IMEC 2012
  35. 35. HEALTH PATCHECG PATCH ▸ Ul l Ultra-low power ECG patch ▸ Bluetooth low energy gy ▸ Embedded algorithm ▸ 30 days autonomy © IMEC 2012
  36. 36. WIRELESS EEG Applications: A li i ▸ Improving traffic safety through drowsiness g monitoring ▸ Games that adapt to the player s player’s cognitive state ▸ E-learning that adapts to the user’s concentration ▸ Accurate EEG monitoring at home, e.g. epilepsy patients © IMEC 2012
  37. 37. ULTRA LOWENERGY DESIGN ▸ Di i l system d i f Digital design for battery operated and harvested devices with 10-100 times less power consumption ▸ Reliable near-threshold near threshold design ▸ Ultra energy efficient biomedical processing bi di l i © IMEC 2012
  38. 38. MOBILEDIAGNOSTICS ▸ Aff d bl Affordable ▸ Health monitoring to rural environments in developing countries © IMEC 2012
  39. 39. CMUT4D RT imaging ▸ C Capacitive Mi i i Micromachined hi d Ultrasonic Transducers technology Mock up ▸ Towards mobile real-time 4D ultrasound ▸ More precise & faster ultrasound scans © IMEC 2012
  40. 40. CMUT: BASED ONSiGe MEMS ▸ SiG MEMS on top of SiGe f CMOS ▸ Membranes integrated g with electronics ▸ More compact, faster, more sensitive, increasing sensitive pixel density © IMEC 2012
  41. 41. LIFE SCIENCES:EARLY DIAGNOSTICS
  42. 42. EARLYDETECTION ▸ E l d Early detection of cancer i f cells ▸ Secondary tumors are y main cause of most cancer deaths ▸ Challenge: detecting one in 5 billion cells © IMEC 2012
  43. 43. INSPECTIONCIRCUITS ▸ Chi with thousands of Chip i h h d f parallel inspection circuits ▸ Each containingg electronics, microfluidics & imaging hardware ▸ Goal: inspect 20 million cells per second with high reliability © IMEC 2012
  44. 44. LIFE SCIENCES:PERSONALIZED THERAPY
  45. 45. STEM CELLS ▸ T Treat diabetes patients by di b i b replacing faulty pancreas cells with new pancreas cells ▸ Reprogrammed on the basis of own stem cells © IMEC 2012
  46. 46. STEM CELLBIOREACTOR ▸ G Growing cells & tissues on i ll i chips ▸ Two-way communication y between electronics & cells ▸ Expertise in electrode arrays on active CMOS for cell recording of neurons & cardiac cells di ll © IMEC 2012
  47. 47. PRECISEREPROGRAMMING ▸ Ch ll Challenge: a platform f l f for precise reprogramming and growth of stem cells ▸ Built on expertise in advanced semiconductor equipment & advanced metrology © IMEC 2012
  48. 48. NERF LAB ▸ I Imec & VIB & KU Leuven L ▸ Unraveling the human brain ▸ Research interests: - sensory integration & processing i the i in h zebrafish brain - neural circuits & behavior - functional assembly of neural circuits l i it © IMEC 2012
  49. 49. HUMAN++ PROGRAM PARTNERS
  50. 50. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  51. 51. WIRLESS SENSORS ▸ Improving connectedness ▸ Smarter world: - smart healthcare - smart buildings - smart phone - smart display © IMEC 2012
  52. 52. WIRELESSCOMMUNICATION ▸ Innovative solutions for tomorrow’s wireless communication ▸ By combining advanced IC technology with innovative design strategies & smart software techniques ▸ Fully-integrated energy- efficient solutions with more performance & flexibility y © IMEC 2012
  53. 53. RECONFIGURABLERADIOS ▸ Towards low cost & low low-cost low- power reconfigurable radios ▸ Enabling future 4G networks and digital video broadcasting ▸ Reconfigurable analog front- front end ▸ Reconfigurable digital baseband b b d ▸ Spectrum sensing ▸ Record breaking ADCs © IMEC 2012
  54. 54. mmWAVESOLUTIONS ‣ Wireless solutions that exploit the bandwidth capacity available at 60GHz for h t 60GH f short-range Gigabit/s communication ‣ Radar & backhaul applications emerging © IMEC 2012
  55. 55. ULTRA LOWULTRA-LOWPOWER RADIOS ‣ Radios for battery & energy harvested devices with power consumption that i 10 100 times l th t is 10-100 ti lower than conventional low- power systems © IMEC 2012
  56. 56. PARTNERS W S WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY SS C O OG
  57. 57. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  58. 58. TARGET MARKETS ▸ Space p ▸ Instrumentation ▸ Machine vision ▸ Medical ▸ Biology © IMEC 2012
  59. 59. SPECIALIZEDIMAGING ▸ Ultra fast ▸ Non-visible light ▸ Enhanced performance ▸ Hyperspectral ▸ Lensless © IMEC 2012
  60. 60. ULTRA FASTIMAGING Challenge g ▸ Fast readout at low power consumption ▸ Towards million frames/sec Building on imec expertise: ▸ High speed ADCs ▸ Embedded CCD © IMEC 2012
  61. 61. IMAGING NONVISIBLE LIGHT ▸ Fully qualified EUV sensors yq installed in customer’s product: ASML/3100 lithography tool - EUV Energy sensor to monitor EUV dose - 2 EUV position sensors to calibrate, align and focus lens systems © IMEC 2012
  62. 62. ENHANCEDPERFORMANCE ▸ Backside illumination for: - High quantum efficiency - Broad spectral range from 193nm to 1μm © IMEC 2012
  63. 63. HYPERSPECTRALIMAGING Advantages: g ▸ More spectral information (than RGB) ▸ Extreme miniaturization ▸ Low cost ▸ High speed ▸ Wafer-level filter integration © IMEC 2012
  64. 64. LENSLESS Microscopic imaging over a p g g large area Biomedical applications: ▸ Cell sorting & monitoring (flow cytometry) ▸ Molecular diagnostics (biomarkers assays)150 µm ▸ DNA sequencing © IMEC 2012
  65. 65. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  66. 66. APPLICATIONS ‣ Smart buildings g ‣ Preventive maintenance ‣ Logistics ‣ Automotive ‣ Monitoring environmental parameters © IMEC 2012
  67. 67. SENSOR SYSTEMS ‣ Long-time autonomy g y ‣ Ultra-low power wireless solutions: 10 – 100 times lower than conventional low-power systems p y © IMEC 2012
  68. 68. MEMSHARVERSTER ‣ Piezoelectric harvesters ‣ MEMS harvester to power intelligent tire ‣ Record output of 489µW © IMEC 2012
  69. 69. ETHYLENESENSOR ‣ Sensor in one single chip g p ‣ Monitor fruit ripening ‣ Low detection limits low limits, cost, low power consumption © IMEC 2012
  70. 70. 2.3/2.4 GHZTRANSMITTER ‣ Multi-standard transceiver for sensor networks ‣ 2.3/2.4GHz transmitter for wireless sensor applications compliant with 4 wireless standards ‣ 3 to 5 times more power efficient than state-of-the- art Bl Bluetooth LE h © IMEC 2012
  71. 71. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  72. 72. ENERGYSTRATEGY ▸ Solar energy generation ▸ Switching energy ▸ Storing energy ▸ Saving energy © IMEC 2012
  73. 73. SILICON PV
  74. 74. COMBININGEXPERTISE ▸ Process steps ▸ Materials ▸ Device/module concepts p Towards world record performance © IMEC 2012
  75. 75. SILVERREPLACEMENT ▸ 7% of all silver used in PV ▸ A major part of PV cell cost is silver ▸ Replacing silver by copper © IMEC 2012
  76. 76. Cu PLATEDCu-PLATEDSi SOLAR CELL ▸ Copper electroplating ▸ >21% efficiency © IMEC 2012
  77. 77. INTERDIGITATEDBACK-CONTACT SiSOLAR CELL ▸ > 23% efficiency © IMEC 2012
  78. 78. I MODULEI-MODULE ▸ Cell integration of ultra ultra- thin wafers onto module glass ▸ Integrating additional electronics to module for p power conversion & load optimization © IMEC 2012
  79. 79. Si-PV IIAP PARTNERS
  80. 80. OPV
  81. 81. ORGANIC CELLS ▸ Towards: - 10% efficiency - 10 years lifetime © IMEC 2012
  82. 82. INVERTEDPOLYMER CELL ▸ World record efficiency 8,3% © IMEC 2012
  83. 83. COMBININGEXPERTISE ▸ Materials and cell architectures ▸ Collaboration between world-class chemical companies, innovative developers & imec d l © IMEC 2012
  84. 84. GaN on SiGaN-on-Si LEDs ▸ LED on 200mm GaN-on- Si wafers ▸ To make LEDs cheaper © IMEC 2012
  85. 85. GaN on SiGaN-on-Si LEDs ▸ Process flow fully compatible with 200mm CMOS processing line © IMEC 2012
  86. 86. GaN ON SiGaN-ON-Si powerdevices ▸ GaN power devices on 200mm Si substrates © IMEC 2012
  87. 87. OLED ▸ New flexible OLED lighting program ▸ Economically scalable route to high-volume manufacturing ▸ Low power consumption, high resolution, large area, outdoor readability, flexibility & light weight © IMEC 2012
  88. 88. GaN PARTNERS25 year solarcell research
  89. 89. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  90. 90. CMOREMEMS NANO-PHOTONICS ‣ Turn your silicon concept y p into a productSENSORS POWER-HIGH V-HBTBIO-INTERFACE GaN © IMEC 2012
  91. 91. CMORE PRO STEP 1 STEP 4 OTOTYPIN - CONCEPT DESIGN - PROTOTYPING - LOW-VOLUME MANUFACTURING AT IMEC ‣ Turn your silicon concept y p NG LOPMENT into a product STEP 2 STEP 5 - PROCESS DEVELOPMENT - TRANSFER O-)DEVEL - PACKAGING - TESTING - RELIABILITY(CO STEP 3 STEP 6 PRODUCTION - PRODUCT - HIGH-VOLUME QUALIFICATION MANUFACTURING AT FOUNDRY PARTNER © IMEC 2012
  92. 92. EUV SENSORS ‣ High-quality EUV sensors g q y for ASML’s next-generation lithography tools ‣ Main requirements: - superior lifetime - sensitivity to direct and y high doses of EUV irradiation ‣N Next generation: i - NXE:3100 - NXE: 3300 © IMEC 2012
  93. 93. BIOSENSORS ‣ Biosensor chips for p Genalyte diagnostic & molecular detection equipment ‣ CMORE service making use of imec’s silicon photonic p technology © IMEC 2012
  94. 94. CMORE PARTNERS
  95. 95. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL ECO SYSTEMHuman++ Green Radio Imaging Sensor Energy BAN Low power Image sensors systems Photovoltaics Life Sciences wireless & vision systems for industrial Power devices communication applications LEDs Core CMOS CMORE Organic Lithography Devices Interconnects MEMS, Sensor electronics Photonics
  96. 96. SYSTEM ON FOIL Thin-film electronics on flexible plastic foils Applications: ▸ rollable displays for tablet computers or phones p p ▸ electronics printed on objects ▸ intelligent food packaging, or paper with integrated electronics © IMEC 2012
  97. 97. MICROPROCESSOR ▸ First microprocessor p © IMEC 2012
  98. 98. IMECWHAT WE OFFER
  99. 99. BUSINESS MODELServices TrainingSpin-offs Transfer & licenses Joint R&D © IMEC 2012
  100. 100. OPEN INNOVATION IP Risk Ri k Services Training Cost Talent Spin- Transfer & offs licenses Joint R&D Accelerated,cost-effective R&D ff © IMEC 2012
  101. 101. OPEN Partner INNOVATION A Partner Partner E B Program Services Training Partner Partner Spin- Transfer & D C offs licenses Joint R&DImec i d t i l affiliation programI industrial ffili ti Customized programs © IMEC 2012
  102. 102. RESEARCH PROGRAMS System Services Training Fabless Fablite Logic IDM Spin- Transfer &Memory IDM Foundries offs licenses Suppliers Joint Material Equipment R&D Suppliers Suppliers EDA SAT © IMEC 2012
  103. 103. RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR FULL INDUSTRY ECO SYSTEMMemory IDM Logic IDM Foundries Fablite Fabless The image cannot be display ed. Your computer may not hav e enough memory to open the image, or the image may hav e been corrupted. Restart y our computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, y ou may hav e to delete the image and then insert it again.
  104. 104. SERVICES▸ ASIC services: - Design - Prototyping to low-volume▸ CMORE platform: - Design Services Training - Process techn. development - Prototyping to low- Spin- Transfer & volume offs licenses▸ CAMS: - A unique set of reliability and q y Joint characterization services R&D © IMEC 2012
  105. 105. TRAINING▸ Imec Academy y▸ Training for industry & academia on advanced concepts and technologies▸ Advanced training programs on IC technology Services Training and design and related▸ E-learning and web-based training▸ On-line knowledge exchange Spin- Transfer & offs licenses Joint R&D www.imec-academy.be © IMEC 2012
  106. 106. SPIN OFFS SPIN-OFFS Services Training Spin- Transfer & offs licensesIntegrated in Synopsis Inc. Integrated in Cypress g yp Integrated in Agilent Technologies T h l i Joint R&D Integrated in ARM Belgium Integrated in Huawei Alphabit & UCB Electronics integrated in Agilent Technologies Cobrain integrated in Matrix Integrated Systems, Inc. © IMEC 2012
  107. 107. TRANSFER & LICENSES▸ Process steps, modules, technologies: 65nm and 28nm CMOS platform▸ IP blocks: Services Training - ADCs - Software-defined radio - Reconfigurable processor Spin- Transfer & -… offs licenses Joint R&D © IMEC 2012
  108. 108. IMECIN FLANDERS
  109. 109. LEVERAGE TO FLANDERS With a dedicated team stimulating, initiating &coordinating cooperationwith Flemish companies & innovation actors Exploration, transfer & consolidation in Flanders Worldwide industrial network of top companies Build-up Build up of technology portfolio in generic R&D Programs
  110. 110. COOPERATION WITH LOCAL COMPANIES / ACTORS Timely insight Participation in and inputs for LT/MT/ST LT research researchh 1 few Sharing Focussed added value Application of pp technological research results know-how Cooperation with Support forInforming about development of technological local new products d opportunities companies/actors and processes 1 many 1 1 Low threshold High threshold Generic added value Specific added value
  111. 111. EXPANSION MODEL:MICROELECTRONICS FOR BENEFIT OF OTHER SECTORS Textile Automotive Biomedic Food alElectronic Design Construction Health & Wellness
  112. 112. IMEC’S IMPACT ON THE LOCAL INDUSTRYEVOLUTION COLLABORATION LOCAL COMPANIES600 1984  2001:500 142 local companies 486 464 2002  2011: 447 344 extra local companies, 411400 >60% SME’s! 381 350 306300 261 222200 166 142 127 102 110 86100 74 57 45 26 32 0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  113. 113. OUR PARTNERS 3 66 4 10 388 11 32 9 15 Hasselt 10 208 102 68 24 58 PARTNERS SPREAD OUT OVER FLANDERS
  114. 114. A SAMPLE OF THE FLEMISH PARTNERS
  115. 115. COOPERATION IN DIFFERENT SECTORS 2011 WITH LOCAL COMPANIES 22% 34% Microelectronics Non-ICT Textile Automotive Medical Food Graphics Wellness 26% Health H lth Chemical 18% Electronic prod.Construction ICT (others) Domotics

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