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Promoting excellence in research and learning in the area of electron devices

History of IC Research, Development, Design and  Manufacturing in Semiconductor Industries

Title: History of IC Research, Development, Design, and  Manufacturing in Semiconductor Industries.

We are happy to announce that IEEE EDS SBC DU is going to  arrange  a new  webinar on “History of IC Research, Development, Design, and  Manufacturing in Semiconductor Industries” on the 19th of February. Here are the essential details about the session. Your presence will be of great pleasure to us!

Abstract:

Invention of Integrated Circuit (more than 60 year ago!) and continuous scaling or miniaturization since then, has changed the world! In this talk, the presenter will give a BIG PICTURE of integrated circuit research & development AND design & manufacturing in semiconductor industries. He will talk about fascinating stories of transistor development history, inventions, and business/cultural highlights.

Details about the Webinar:

Date: Saturday, 19th February, 2022

Time:  8:30pm (BST)

Type: Online (Zoom)

Platform: Zoom

Registration Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1X4emT_AkknV6zkKO8YaNjejc327SE57Uyy_ykPG2PR4/viewform?edit_requested=true

Zoom ID: A Zoom ID will be provided to you through your email address after you have completed the registration procedure.

For any query, e-mail us at ieeeedssbcdu@gmail.com.

 

 

Speaker BIO:

 

Dr. AKM Ariful Ahsan has 17 years’ cross-domain semiconductor industry experience in semiconductor design/product reliability, device engineering and process integration. He is currently a technical leader in the product reliability area at Intel Corporation, Oregon, USA. Dr. Ahsan completed B.S in Electrical Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 1998 and received M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA in 2003.  He is an adjunct faculty of Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) and Portland State University (PSU) in Oregon, USA.

 

He holds 6 US patents.