xyalis-logo

Large dies stitching: A Technical and Cross-Functional Teams Challenge

-

Philippe Morey, Frederic Brault, Eric Beisser, Farid BenzakourXYALIS – Grenoble – FranceConference: SPIE Photomask Technology + EUV Lithography, 2019, Monterey, California, United States ABSTRACT This paper addresses large dies stitching challenges. Stitching is a way to combine several shots ”stitched …

Automatic pattern localization across layout database and photolithography mask

-

Philippe Morey(1), Frederic Brault(1), Eric Beisser(1), Oliver Ache(2), Klaus-Dieter Röth(2)1: XYALIS – France2: KLA-Tencor MIE GmbH, GermanyConference: SPIE© Advanced Lithography, 2016, San Jose, California, United States ABSTRACT Advanced process photolithography masks require more and more controls for registration versus design and …

Layout finishing of a 28nm, 3 billions transistors and multi-core processor

-

Philippe Morey, Eric BeisserXYALIS – Grenoble – FranceConference: Photomask and NGL Mask Technology, June, 2013, Yokohama, Japan ABSTRACT Designing a fully new 256 cores processor is a great challenge for a fabless startup. In addition to all architecture, functionalities and …

Using a Mask Rule Checker as an Electrical Rule Checker

-

Philippe Morey, Eric BeisserXYALIS – Grenoble – FranceConference: Photomask and NGL Mask Technology, June, 2013, Yokohama, Japan ABSTRACT Design complexity sometimes grows faster than EDA tools performances, and some innovation should be made on the design flow to guarantee the …

Industry needs analysis for developing new skills in nano-electronics

-

NanoSkills[Nan, 2012] is a project belonging to Leonardo program and sponsored by EACEA[EAC, 2012]. Its is developed by a consortium of both universities and SMEs. The role of the the universities is to develop online courses on nanoelectronics while the SMEs will help to setup a professional environment and to validate it. The goal of the project is to provide master level courses to both students and employees. The content of the courses should bring the learners, the skills expected by the industry to work on the most advanced topics of nano-electronics. In order to fulfill the industry needs, a preliminary analysis has been performed among the various customers. This paper describes this analysis. We will fist detail the elaboration of the questionnaire. We will then review the answers, and finally analyze the results in order to select the most important courses to be developed.