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Nanomanufacturing Presentation for UT in Silicon Valley 2013

  1. 1. UT-Austin Silicon Valley EventMarch 6th, 2013Roger Bonnecaze, S.V. Sreenivasan, John Ekerdt
  2. 2. Agenda• NASCENT’s vision and transformational manufacturing technologies – Roger Bonnecaze, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT enabled nanodevices and impact on mobile computing – S.V. Sreenivasan, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT unique facilities for scalable nanofabrication and computational nanomanufacturing – John Ekerdt, NASCENT Research Thrust Leader NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 2
  3. 3. NASCENT Vision Machines, Systems Materials, Models & Devices Nano-scale manufacturers Nano-Enabled Electronic, Energy & Healthcare Device Needs Enabling Technologies Fundamental KnowledgeNASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 3
  4. 4. NASCENT Transformative Nanomanufacturing Systems• Wafer-scale nanosculpting• Roll-to-roll (R2R) self-aligned nanosculpting and nanomaterials• Exfoliated silicon• In-line nanometrology NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 4
  5. 5. Low Fiscal and Environmental Costs NASCENT Transformational Technologies• Low Waste – Near-zero waste ink jet functional and sacrificial material deposition – Efficient use of crystalline materials via exfoliation – Reuse of expensive materials such as copper in graphene fabrication• Low Fiscal Cost – High throughput systems – Reliable precision systems – Enhanced process yields NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 5
  6. 6. Research Thrusts Nanoscale Manufacturing and Metrology Precision, reliability, metrology, and yield Multiscale Nano-Enabled Manufacturing High- Mobile Devices Modeling Value Optimal design for Validated, UQ models nMfg device performance for scale-up and and manufacturability process control Integrated Nanomaterials Processable materials for devices and machinesNASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 6
  7. 7. Agenda• NASCENT’s vision and transformational manufacturing technologies – Roger Bonnecaze, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT enabled nanodevices and impact on mobile computing – S.V. Sreenivasan, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT unique facilities for scalable nanofabrication and computational nanomanufacturing – John Ekerdt, NASCENT Research Thrust Leader NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 7
  8. 8. Generic Mobile Computing/Energy Devices• GOAL Exploit NASCENT transformational nanomanufacturing systems to engineer device solutions for mobile computing/energy – Wafer scale nanomanufacturing solutions – Roll-to-roll nanomanufacturing solutions NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 8
  9. 9. Competitive Memory Landscape Flash Flash SRAM DRAM FeRAM MRAM PRAM RRAM STT-RAM (NOR) (NAND)Non-volatile No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes YesCell size (F2) 50-120 6-10 10 5 15-34 16-40 6-12 6-10 6-20Read time (ns) 1-100 30 10 50 20-80 3-20 20-50 10-50 2-20Write/Erase 1μs/ 1 ms/ 1-100 15 50/50 3-20 50/120 10-50 2-20time (ns) 10 ms 0.1 msEndurance 1016 1016 105 105 1012 >1015 108 108 >1015Write power Low Low Very high Very high Low High Low Low LowOther power Current Refresh None None None None None None Noneconsumption leakage currentHigh voltage No 3V 6-8 V 16-20 V 2-3 V 3V 1.5-3 V 1.5-3 V <1.5 Vrequired Ref: Grandis Existing Products Prototype NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 9
  10. 10. Project 1: Low Power Logic using STTRAM Universal bit line Storage layer Barrier STT memory cell Reference layer STT contact pad memory CMOS contact pad plane Inter-STT-cell dielectric Si CMOS logic& interconnects MULTI-BIT MEMORY BASED ON STT-RAM NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 10
  11. 11. Generic Mobile Computing/Energy Devices• GOAL Exploit NASCENT transformational nanomanufacturing systems to engineer device solutions for mobile computing/energy – Wafer scale nanomanufacturing solutions – Roll-to-roll nanomanufacturing solutions NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 11
  12. 12. Roll to Roll Nanophotonics Sub-50nm Wire Grid Polarizers (WGP) Second Polarizer First Polarizer Traditional Organic Polarizer Absorptive film that is laminated on LCD glass BacklightingAluminum lines of a WGP Large Area Wire Grid Polarizer Brighter and higher contrast with less backlighting Backlighting • Improved Contrast Ratio • Longer Battery Life • Thinner Display 50nm half pitch • Reduced BoM NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 12
  13. 13. Smart Cameras: Graphene-Polymer Plasmonic Photodiode ArchitectureNASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 13
  14. 14. Agenda• NASCENT’s vision and transformational manufacturing technologies – Roger Bonnecaze, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT enabled nanodevices and impact on mobile computing – S.V. Sreenivasan, NASCENT co-Director• NASCENT unique facilities for scalable nanofabrication and computational nanomanufacturing – John Ekerdt, NASCENT Research Thrust Leader NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 14
  15. 15. NASCENT Infrastructure • Nanomanufacturing Process Development • Nano-Enabled Device Prototyping • Multiscale Modeling and Simulation Large Area Wafer- Leveraged High Speed R2R Scale Facility Facility • Distributed NNIN and• Exfoliated single crystal Other Fabrication • Flex materials films, nanomagnetic Facilities including carbon materials, etc. based & organic • Texas Advanced semiconductors Computing Center (TACC) • NanoHUB Resource for Simulations Multiscale Modeling and Simulation Facility • Scale-Up and Real-Time Decision Making p g NASCENT
  16. 16. Nanomanufacturing Facility Wafer-Scale and R2R Fabrication Facility• Established processes complemented by NASCENT test-beds – Example of wafer-scale fabrication facility NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 16
  17. 17. Cross-cutting ModelingVision: Computational tools to rapidly create and evaluatenanomanufacturing processes and systems. Machines, Materials, Models & Devices Nanomanufacturing Systems Nano-scale Nano-Enabled manufacturers Electronic, Energy & Healthcare Device NeedsGoals:• Create multiscale process models for for scale-up, design and optimization.• Derive reduced-order models suitable for fault detection and process control.• Verify, validate and quantify uncertainty in model predictions.Outcome: Accelerated process development and deployment. NASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 17
  18. 18. NASCENT Summary Transformative Research Industry Educating Partners InnovatorsNASCENT UT Austin in Silicon Valley Event 18

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